### GRE Practice of the Day 04-Jul-2020

Today’s GRE Practice is about words and you should set aside 10-15 minutes for it. The following set of 6 words are each followed by 5 options.

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Today’s GRE Practice is about words and you should set aside 10-15 minutes for it. The following set of 6 words are each followed by 5 options.

Today’s GRE Practice is about words and you should set aside 10-15 minutes for it. The following set of 6 words are each followed by 5 options. At least one of the options is a synonym (same meaning) and at least one is an antonym.

Today’s practice include Quantitative reasoning problems especially from the Data analysis session. The mathematical symbols, terminology and conventions used in the the problems here help in GRE Quantitative Reasoning.

Today’s GRE Practice is about using words for text completion questions and you should set aside 10-15 minutes for it.

Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the lettered options for each blank.

Quantitative Comparison Questions

ask you to compare two quantities — Quantity A and Quantity B — and then determine which of four statements describes the comparison.

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