- GRE V3 测试
- Select two entries for the blank that a fit the context and b produce the two sentence most nearly alike in meaning.
V3 Section3 Question6 Linguistic science conforms what experienced users of ASL-American Sign Language__have always implicitly known：ASL is grammatically __language, as capable of expressing a full range of syntactic relations as any natual spoken language. A.complete B.economical C.redundant D.spare E.unique F.unlimited
题目要求： Each blank in the test indicates that something has been omitted. Click on the word or phrase in each column that best fits the corresponding numbered blank. Fill all the blanks in the way that best completes the test. 例题2： V3 Section2 Question19 Managers who think that strong environmental performance will (1) their xompany's financial performance often (2) claims that systems designed to help them manage environmental concerns are valuable tools. By contest, managers who perceive environmental performance to be (3)to financial sucess may view an environmentalmanagement system as extraneous. In either situation, and whatever their perception, it is manager's commitment to achieving environmental improvement rather than the mere presence of a system that detemines environmental performance. blank(1) blank (2) blank(3) ecipse uncritically accepted complementary bolster appropriately acknowledge intrinsic degrade hotly dispute peripheral
- 2006GRE语文部分改革趋势分析2006 GRE 语文(Verbal) 部分改革趋势分析
GRE General Test Changes under Consideration
GRE® - Graduate Record Examinations® GRE General Test Changes under Consideration
The GRE® Program is considering significant changes to the General Test to
* increase test validity * enhance security measures * provide faculty with better information regarding applicants' performance * make better use of advances in technology and psychometric design.
The GRE Program plans to implement these changes in October 2006.
Changes planned include the following: Verbal Reasoning
* Greater emphasis on higher cognitive skills and less dependence on vocabulary * More text-based materials, such as reading passages * A broader selection of reading passages * Emphasis on skills related to graduate work, such as complex reasoning * Expansion of computer-enabled tasks (e.g., highlighting a sentence in a passage that serves the function described in the question).
* Quantitative reasoning skills that are closer to skills generally used in graduate school * Decrease in the proportion of Geometry questions * Increase in the proportion of questions involving "real-life" scenarios * Better use of technology (e.g., on-screen calculator).
* New, more focused prompts that reduce the possibility of reliance on memorized materials * The Issue and Argument tasks, each are 30 minutes in length.
As the direction of the potential changes is decided, information on the GRE Web site will be updated.