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You are probably already familiar with Reading Comprehension from other standardized tests. You are given a passage to read, and you are asked questions about the substance and structure of the passage. On the GMAT, you can expect to see four Reading Comprehension passages. Each passage will typi­ cally be accompanied by three to four questions, for a total of 12 to 14 Reading Comprehension ques­ tions. You should be aware of several logistical features of GMAT Reading Comprehension passages. GMAT Reading Comprehension passages come in two basic forms: LONG and SHORT. Long pas­ sages, which generally consist of over 300 words in three to five paragraphs, take up more than 50 lines on the computer screen (or over 35 lines in The Official Guide fo r GMAT Review, 13th Editionand The Official Guide fo r GMAT Verbal Review, 2nd Edition).Examples of long passages on the GMAT appear on pages 364, 368, and 374 of The Official Guide fo r GMAT Review, 13th Edition. Short passages, which generally consist of 200-250 words in two or three paragraphs, take up fewer than 50 lines on the computer screen in length (or under 35 lines in The Official Guide fo r GMAT Review, 13 th Editionand The Official Guide fo r GMAT Verbal Review, 2nd Edition). Examples of short passages on the GMAT appear on pages 366, 370, and 372 of The Official Guide fo r GMAT Review, 13th Edition. In the past few years, short passages have been more common on the GMAT than long passages. Of the four passages that you see on the GMAT, three of them are likely to be short and one of them long. However, you might get two short and two long. Moreover, there is no set order in the appearance of short and long passages. Finally, the paragraphs themselves have been getting longer. You might see a long passage with only two paragraphs, or a short passage made up of only one paragraph. Questions appear one at a time. The questions are presented one at a time on the right side of the computer screen. The complete reading passage remains on the left side of the screen while you answer questions on that passage. You will only be able to see the first question before reading the passage.
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