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verbal questions pattern. [#permalink] New post 29 May 2018, 02:40
how many long rcs, short rcs, se and tc qns should one expect in a particular section ? how many logic based questions appear out of these ? is there a specific number ? @carcass
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Usually, you do have one long reading. However, it is a little bit difficult to assess the order of the questions because of no consistency.

The only thing we do know is a rough order of them. For instance, the first six questions in each of the two sections are TC and SE go from the 12 to 15.

Hope this helps.

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