The revised GRE Verbal section contains three new types of questions: Text Completion, New Reading Comprehension questions, and these, Sentence Equivalence questions. Here, are a few GRE Sentence Equivalence Examples so you'll feel more comfortable preparing for the GRE.
GRE Sentence Equivalence Examples
Select the two answer choices that, when used to complete the sentence, fit the meaning of the sentence as a whole and produce completed sentences that are alike in meaning.
Although the composer quickly gained fame with his last symphony, his legacy is hardly __________ due to the superb works of other, more noticeable musicians of his time like Haydn and Mozart.
The vice president's understanding of the company's broken budgeting system was so _________ that it caused increasing problems every time she got involved in the process of fixing it.
When Roderick was young he _________ ideas of becoming a physician, despite his father's interminable boasting about Roderick's eventual leadership of the family business.