GRE TO CHANGE IN 2011
- VERBAL: The verbal section will eliminate all questions on antonyms and analogies.
- QUANTITATIVE: While there are several minor changes, there is an advantage to the quantitative section: an online calculator!
- ANALYTICAL WRITING: While this section will still have two parts, including a question for logical analysis and personal opinion. The questions themselves will be more focused, ultimately allowing the raters to know the answer itself wasn’t memorized, but was actually written in response to the question.
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