GMAT vs GRE: Does the GMAT require studying vocab like the GRE does?

Unlike the GRE, the GMAT verbal section does not specifically test you on vocabulary.  The GMAT verbal section tests you on your reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and sentence correction abilities.  It is important to know your grammar and be familiar with critical reading and critical thinking, but you will not be tested on your vocabulary.  Nevertheless, you may want to study vocabulary to use in your essay, or to help you understand reading comprehension passages.

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