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The BIGGEST Mistakes You Can Make in the GRE Verbal Section: Text Completion Questions

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If you're studying for the GRE Verbal section, you're probably thinking a lot in terms of vocabulary. While you do need a healthy vocabulary to be able to succeed on the Verbal section, test-takers who overemphasize vocabulary (and try to memorize as many obscure words as possible) tend to feel underprepared for the amount of critical thinking and work you need to put into some of the GRE’s questions, especially when they are Text Completion questions. How can you avoid this mistake? Veritas Prep’s Vice President of Academics, Brian Galvin, has the answer in this video.

A Veritas Prep instructor since 2002, Brian was so inspired by his initial test prep classes that he left a dream job in sports to pursue a Master's degree in Education. Since receiving that degree from the University of Michigan, Brian has served as Veritas Prep’s Vice President of Academics, co-authoring the company’s GRE, GMAT, and ACT lessons.

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