# GMAT Verbal

GMAT Verbal Section is designed to test candidateâ€™s knowledge and skill about the English language. This section comprises of mainly three subsections Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction and Reading Comprehension. To attempt 41 questions, 75 minutes is allocated to the test aspirants. In this section, the score is ranged from 0 to 60, while the total score is marked on a scale from 200-800. The total GMAT score obtained is the average score of total quant and verbal score.With the new Scoreselect Option, candidate can attempt the GMAT Verbal section in any of the following synchronization:

• Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA), Integrated Reasoning (IR), Quantitative, Verbal (original order);
• Verbal, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA); or
• Quantitative, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning (IR), Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA).

## What is critical about GMAT Critical Reasoning?

GMAT Critical Reasoning critically evaluates the logics involved in making and analyzing arguments and the outlining the action plans. This section consists of approximately 12 questions and they are tricky and needed to be careful to avoid red herrings. The Structure of a CR QuestionGMAT Critical Reasoning questions are structured on these three parameters:

 Argument This is a two to five sentence paragraph that explains the argument. Question Could be of different types and ask you to strengthen or weaken the argument, evaluate it, draw a conclusion, or recognize its structure. Answer Choices Multiple choice answers are available, out of five answer options, you have to opt the best relevant answer which strengthen or weaken the authorâ€™s inference.

## GMAT Sentence Correction:

Take Up the Challenge GMAT Sentence Correction is considered to be a challenging section in the test. This section tests you on the set of grammar rules. A simple sentence is presented, with part or all of it underlined. The sentence might be right or wrong. Therefore, it is important to eliminate the wrong option than to choose the right answer. The essentials for GMAT Verbal Sentence Correction.

• Parts of Speech â€“ Verbs, Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, Adverbs, Conjunctions, Prepositions
• Idioms and Idiomatic Expressions
• The Sentence â€“ Clause and Phrase
• Subject Verb Agreement
• Pronouns Agreement
• Modifiers
• Parallelism
• Verb Tense