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Long Triple Blank Sentences

The lesson focuses on strategies for tackling long triple blank text completion questions on the GRE, emphasizing the importance of understanding complex grammar, context clues, and the process of elimination.
  • Identify long triple blank questions by their length (70 words or more) and complex grammar.
  • Start analyzing blanks by examining their immediate context and expand outward for clues.
  • Use process of elimination early to discard clearly incorrect answers.
  • Paraphrase prompts to enhance comprehension and double-check understanding throughout the solving process.
  • Apply specific strategies to an example question, demonstrating how to navigate through the blanks and select the correct answers based on context and elimination.
Understanding Long Triple Blank Questions
Strategies for Tackling Long Prompts
Applying Strategies to Practice Questions