GRE Text Completion Examples 1
Practice Your GRE Text Completions!
The Revised GRE looks much different from the GRE exam of the past. The GRE Verbal section has received a major overhaul, and text completion questions are just one of the new types of questions in this section. Here are a few GRE text completion examples so you know how to ace the Revised GRE Verbal section!
GRE Text Completion Example 1
In 2005, The American Physiological Society initiated The Living History of Physiology Project to recognize senior members who have made (i)___________ contributions during their career to the (ii)___________of the discipline and profession of physiology. Each Eminent Physiologist will be interviewed for (iii)___________, and the video tape will be available from the American Physiological Society Headquarters.
|Blank (i)||Blank (ii)||Blank (iii)|
|(A) extraordinary||(D) impetus||(G) dispersement|
|(B) ostensible||(E) progression||(H) placement|
|(C) pragmatic||(F) displacement||(I) posterity|
Endothelial cell dysfunction is emerging as an ultimate (i)___________ for cardiovascular disease, yet the definition of this new syndrome, its physiology, and therapy remain (ii)___________ by a majority of physicians across the globe.
|Blank (i)||Blank (ii)|
|(A) proponent||(D) poorly defined|
|(B) edifice||(E) egregiously managed|
|(C) culprit||(F) largely misunderstood|
Filmography, like discography, is an ___________ science, requiring considerable research and verification of suggested facts; results will always be variable.