I was just reading the Manhattan Gmat
"Gmat uncovered" guide and it says this:
"After the Quantitative section, you will face the Verbal section, during which you are expected to answer 41 questions in 75 minutes (on average, slightly less than 2 minutes per question). The verbal questions will come in three different formats — Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension — and the three question types can be given in any order (though the questions associated with one Reading Comprehension passage will always be grouped together). In general, test-takers are typically offered 14 to 15 Sentence Correction questions, 13 to 14 Critical Reasoning questions, and 12 to 14 Reading Comprehension questions."
I am not sure if this means that the format could be "all CR first, then all RC, then all SC" or it could be "1 SC question, then all RC questions for passage #1, then 3 CR questions, then all RC questions for passage #2, then 8 SC questions... and so on"
Likewise, does anyone know the exact format for the quant section? It says they can be in any order, again not sure if that means it could be all questions for one type, followed by all questions by the other type, or if you could have them alternate throughout the exam?