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document Page 1 of 11GRE® Revised General Test: Verbal Reasoning Question Types The GRE Verbal Reasoning section of the GRE revised General Test contains three types of questions: Reading Comprehension Text Completion Sentence Equivalence Reading Comprehension questions appear in sets; Text Completion and Sentence Equivalence questions are independent. Reading Comprehension Questions There are three types of Reading Comprehension questions: Multiple-choice Questions—Select One Answer Choice: These are the traditional multiple-choice questions with five answer choices of which you must select one. Multiple-choice Questions—Select One or More Answer Choices: These provide three answer choices and ask you to select all that are correct; one, two, or all three of the answer choices may be correct. To gain credit for these questions, you must select all the correct answers, and only those; there is no credit for partially correct answers. Select-in-Passage: The question asks you to click on the sentence in the passage that meets a certain description. To answer the question, you choose one of the sentences and click on it; clicking anywhere on a sentence will highlight it.