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GRE Interview Questions And Answers

Education and Science :: GRE (Graduate Record Examination) Job Interview Questions and Answers

GRE Interview Questions and Answers will guide us now that Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a commercially run standardized test that is an admission requirement for many graduate schools in the United States and in other English-speaking countries. Created and administered by Educational Testing Service (or ETS). Exam measures verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking, and analytical writing skills that have been acquired over a long period of time

1 The fact that the- of confrontation is no longer as popular as it once was - progress in race relations.
2 A child should not be - as being either very shy or over - aggressive.
3 President Anwar el - Sadat of Egypt, disregarding - criticism in the Alab world and in his own Government, - accepted prime minister Menahem Begins invitation to visit Israel in order to address the Israeli parliament.
4 In his usual - manner, he had insured himself against this type of loss.
5 We never believed that he would resort to - in order to achieve his goal; we always regarded him as a - man.
6 The Sociologist responded to the charge that her new theory was - by pointing out that it did not in fact contradict accepted sociological principles.
7 Despite assorted effusion to the contrary, there is no necessary link between scientific skill and humanism, and quite possibly, there may be something of a - between them.
8 The most technologically advanced societies have been responsible for the greatest - indeed savagery seems to be indirect proposition to -
9 Ironically, the party leaders encountered no greater - their efforts to build as Progressive Party than the - of the progressive already elected to the legislature.
10 The simplicity of the theory - its main attraction - is also its - for only by - the assumptions of the theory is it possible to explain the most recent observations made by researchers.
11 That the Third Battalions fifty percent casually rate transformed its assault on Hill 306 from a brilliant stratagem into a debacle does not - eyewitness reports of its commanders extra-ordinary - in deploying his forces.
12 No longer - by the belief that the world around us was expressly designed for humanity, many people try to find intellectual - for that lost certainty in astrology and in mysticism.
13 In eighth-century Japan, people who - wasteland were rewarded with official ranks as part of an effort to overcome the shortage of - fields.
14 Clearly refuting sceptics, researchers have - not only that gravitational radiation exists but that it also does exactly what the theory- it should do.
15 Melodramas, which presented stark oppositions between innocence and criminality, virtue and corruption, good and evil, were popular precisely because they offered the audience a world - of -
16 Sponsors of the bill were-because there was no opposition to it within the legislative, until after the measure had been signed into law.
17 Ecology, like economics, concerns itself with the movement of valuable - through a complex network of producers and consumers.
18 Having fully embraced the belief that government by persuasion is preferable to government by - the leaders of the movement have recently - most of their previous statements supporting totalitarianism.
19 It would be difficult for one so - to be led to believe that all men are equal and that we must disregard race, color and creed.
20 Many philosophers agree that the verbal aggression of profanity in certain redical newspapers is not - or childish, but an assault on - essential to the revolutionarys purpose.
21 The - tones of the flute succeeded in - his tense nerves.
22 Without the psychiatrists promise of confidentiality, trust is - and the patients communication limited; even though confidentiality can thus be seen to be precious in thercopy, moral responsibility sometimes requires a willingness to - it.
23 Parts of seventeenth-century Chinese pleasure gardens were not necessarily intended to look -they were designed expressly to evoke the agreeable melancholy resulting from a sense of the - of natural beauty and human glory.
24 Despite the - of many of their colleagues, some scholars have begun to emphasize pop culture as a key for - the myths, hopes, and fears of contemporary society.
25 If duty is the natural - of ones the course of future events, then people who are powerful have duty placed on them whether they like it or not.
26 Clearly refuting sceptics, researches have - not only that gravitational radiation exists but that it also does exactly what the theory - it should do.
27 The Neolatonists conception of a deity, in which perfection was measured by abundant fecundity, was contradicted by that of the Aristotelians, in which perfection was displayed in the - of creation.
28 While admitting that the risks incurred by use of the insecticide were not - the manufacturers spokesperson argued that effective - were simply not available.
29 It is a great to be able to transfer useful genes with as little extra gene material as possible, because the donors genome may contain, in addition to desirable genes, many genes with - effects.
30 Human reaction to the realm of though is often as strong as that to sensible presences; our higher moral life is based on the fact that - sensations actually present may have a weaker influence on our action than do ideas of - facts.
31 Some scientists argue that carbon compounds play such a central role in life on earth because of the possibility of - resulting from the carbon atoms ability to form an unending series of different molecules.
32 An occasional - remark spoiled the - that made the paper memorable.
33 It would be difficult for one so to be led to believe that all men are equal and that we must disregard race, color and creed.?
34 Broadway audiences have become inured to - and so - to be pleased as to make their ready ovations meaningless as an indicator of the quality of the production before them.
35 Nineteenth - century scholars, by examining earlier geometric Greek art, found that classical Greek art was not a magical - or a brilliant - blending Egyptian and Assyruin art, but was independently evolved by Greeks in Greece.
36 The struggle of the generations is one of the obvious constants of human affairs; therefore, it may be presumptuous to suggest that the rivalry between young and old in western society during the current decade is - critical.
37 Unlike the Shakespearean plays, The closet dramas of the nineteenth century were meant to be - rather than -?
38 The little - known but rapidly expanding use of computers in mapmaking is technologically similar to the more - uses in designing everything from bolts to satellites.
39 Although his out numbered troops fought bravely, the general felt he had no choice but to - defeat and - a retreat.
40 No hero of ancient or modern times can surpass the Indian with his lofty contempt of death and the - with which he sustained the cruelest coffliction.
41 The hostess attempted to - a romantic atmosphere that would bring the two young people together in -
42 Employers who retire people who are willing and able to continue working should realize that - age is not an effective - in determining whether an individual is capable of working.
43 As the sun rose, the morning mists were borne away on the - like strands of -
44 The playwright was known not for his original ideas that had been propounded by others.
45 The gypsy girl, decked out in - finery, and with her disheveled hair streaming over shoulders, was indeed a - sight.
46 Yellow fever, the disease that killed 4,000 Philadelphians in 1793, and so - Memphis, Tennessee, that the city lost its charter, has reappeared after nearly two decades in - in the western hemisphere.
47 The painting was larger than it appeared to be, for hanging in a darkened recess of the chapel, it was - by the perspective.
48 We have in America - speech that is neither American, Oxford English, nor English but a - of all three.
49 Old beliefs die hard, even when jobs become - the long - standing fear that unemployment could return at a moments notice -
50 Not only the - are fooled by pcopagandas we can all be misled if we are not -
51 merciful by nature, he was - toward the murderer.
52 When the news of his - with the enemy become known, he was hanged in -
53 He was so - by the interplay of the colors that varied in brilliance and pattern as the music rose and fell, that he asked the price of the device.
54 The absence of a sense of outrage and grief at national tragedy is an - of moral responsibility.
55 In an effort to - its operations, the corporation announced it was acquiring a - company in a different type of manufacturing.
56 Samuel Clemens chose the - Mark Twain as a result of his knowledge of river boat piloting.
57 To meet all - a source of - electrical power was added to the trains engine.
58 Since the escaping vapors proved to be highly -, measures were at once taken for the - of the experiments.
59 Eric Fromm does not agree that man is - in Freudian sexual dilemmas for if the - that man creates can be changed for the better, there is hope that the state of man can be changed as well.
60 As man reached the stars, a booming population threatened to destroy the - of life on his home planet and even its chances for -
61 Until the current warming trend exceeds the range of normal climatic fluctuations, there will be, among scientists, considerable - the possibility that increasing levels of atmosphere Co2 can cause long term warming effects
62 Having no sense of moral obligation, shipler was as little subject to the - of conscience after he acted as he was motivated by its - before he acted.
63 Slang is a language that rolls up its sleeves, spits on its hands and -
64 Famous among job seekers for its - , the company, quite apart from generous salaries, bestowed on its executives annual bonuses and such - as low - interest home mortgages and company cars.
65 Moving and parked, the automobile devours urban land, leaving the buildings as mere - of habitable space in a sea of dangerous and ugly traffic
66 In the current research program, new varieties of apple trees are evaluated under different agricultural - for tree size, bloom density, fruit size,- to various soils, and resistance to pests and disease.
67 For many young people during the roaring twenties, a disgust with the excesses of American culture - a wanderlust to provoke an exodus abroad.
68 ANGLE : DEGREE
69 CONFIRMED : INVETERATE
70 LULLABY : BARCAROLE
71 ZOOLOGY : ANIMALS
72 DORY : VAN
73 PARQUET : WOOD
74 SAW : CARPENTER
75 LURK : WAIT
76 ALCHEMY : SCIENCE
77 NEEDLE : KNIT
78 PARENTHESIS : EXPLANATION
79 CENSUS : POPULATION
80 STANZA : POEM
81 EXHORT : SUGGEST
82 SAND PAPER : ABRASIVE
83 DIAPHANOUS : CACOPHONOUS
84 INFANCY : SENILITY
85 RIG : CONTEST
86 ARBORETUM : TREES
87 MENDICANT : IMPECUNIOUS
88 RELAPSE : CONVALESCENCE
89 BOUQUET : FLOWERS
90 TRIANGLE : QUADRILATERAL
91 SARTORIAL : TAILOR
92 NECROMANCY : GHOSTS
93 DRUM : TYMPANI
94 EXTROVERT : RETICENT
95 HYGROMETER : BAROMETER
96 EXEMPTION : EXCLUSIONS
97 FEBRILE : ILLNESS
98 DISAPPROBATION : CONDEMN
99 GEM : TURQUOISE
100 WINE : GRAPES
101 DEBATE : FORENSIC
102 NOISOME : GARBAGE
103 CONDUIT : WATER
104 BIZARRE : EXOTIC
105 ENTREPRENEUR : LABORER
106 ANTIMACASSAR : SOFA
107 NOTABLE : NOTORIOUS
108 BABBLE : TALK
109 ALCOVE : RECESS
110 FIRM : INTRANSIGHT
111 EPAULET : SHOULDER
112 ANACHRONISM : CHRONOLOGY
113 DETRITUS : GLACIERS
114 OUTSKIRTS : TOWN
115 EQUIVOCATE : COMMITMENT
116 MORPHINE : SEDATES
117 STICKLER : APPROXIMATION
118 LOOM : WEAVE
119 SUBPOENA : WITNESS
120 INVINCIBLE : SUBDUED
121 BURLESQUE : PLAY
122 GROW : BURGEON
123 HOAX : DECEIVE
124 BODY GUARD : PERSON
125 MUFFLE : SOUND
126 CENSORSHIP : INFORMATION
127 DUPLICATE : ALTER
128 HYPOTHESIS : EXPERIMENTATION
129 TANGO : DANCE
130 CHRONOMETER : SUNDIAL
131 FOOTBALL : GRIDIRON
132 EXPURGATE : PASSAGE
133 IMPECUNIOUS : HOVEL
134 APIARY : BEE
135 BULLET : BARREL
136 VINDICATE : REPREHENSIBLE.
137 TERMAGANT : SHREW
138 APOSTATE : RELIGION
139 PLEBISCITE : UKASE
140 DEBATER : LARYNGITIS
141 INKBLOT : EYECHART
142 LIGNEOUS : WOOD
143 SHRINE : PILGRIM
144 RIVAL : COMPETITION
145 SPIKE : TACK
146 INIQUITOUS : DISOBEDIENT
147 BALEFUL : MENACE
148 ALACRITY : APATHETIC
149 FIRE : STORM
150 COLLUSION : CONSPIRATORS
151 LIQUEFY : PETRIFY
152 AMBULATORY : BEDRIDDEN
153 CYNOSURE : BRILLIANT

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