Thanx for the info XAERO
Andrea is quite right. I took my GRE in Oct 2002 and I had to face a V section, followed by a Q and again a V section.
And yeah, admittedly, 2 V sections put some uneasiness in you, especially after working out questions for nearly 150 minutes. But I'd say its quite a challenge. There'll be absolutely no clue to identify the experimental section and they all have to be approached with the same seriousness.
Usually the 2 V sections will not be successive (no guarantees though). So that means the second verbal will have to be faced last.
Check out my GRE experiences in the 'Just Finished GRE' section for more info at
Archana, 'Roger' was just my 'ACCEPTED' message to your 'thanks' .
Regarding your intended rigorous Verbal workout in 60 days, I'd strongly suggest the Kaplan practice CDs and the Higher Score for GRE Book. The material is excellent and should make the GRE seem easier. The book with the CD is available everywhere in India.
Good Luck to all!
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