The analytical Writing section tests your ability in critical thinking and analytical writing skills. It assesses your ability to articulate and support complex ideas, analyze and argument, and sustain a focused and coherent discussions.
For the issue Task:
You will be given a essay topic selected by the computer from the pool of topics. You are asked to respond to a particular issue, clearly presenting our view points on the issue and supporting your position with reasons and examples.
The Argument Tasks:
It does not offer a choice of topics; the computer will present you with a single topic selected from the pool of topics. You are asked to critique the line of reasoning of an argument given in a brief passage, clearly pointing out the arguments strengths and weakness and supporting your position with reasons and examples.
The Quantitative Sections test your basic mathematical skills and your understanding of elementary mathematical concepts in arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis as well as your ability to reason quantitatively and solve problem in a quantitative setting.
For quantitative comparison questions:
You are required to compare two quantities and decide whether the first quantity is greater, smaller, and equal or doesn’t match with the second quantity.
For discrete Quantitative Questions:
You are required to answer different types of multiple choice questions.
For Data Quantitative Questions:
You are required to answer questions based on the information presented in some form of a graph, a chart or a table.
The Verbal Section measures your abilities, especially your ability to understand scholarly prose and to work with specialized and technical vocabulary.
For Antonym Questions:
You are given a word and must choose the best from a list of five choices that follow it.