The GRE Quantitative Reasoning tests the student’s knowledge in basic Mathematical concepts taught in high school. Questions will be asked from four concept areas of math. These include:
iii) Geometry and
iv) Data Analysis
GRE Quantitative questions are usually set in the real world, but some questions will be from a purely mathematical context. Word problems have a significant role in math sections as they will take a while to comprehend and solve.
All the mathematical conventions used in the GRE quantitative section are from the high-school level. If there is a deviation from the regular notations/conventions, it will be mentioned in the question.
Concepts like Trigonometry or Calculus are never tested on the GRE quantitative reasoning. Also, the ability to construct proofs of certain geometrical theorems won’t be tested.
The purpose of the quant section is to check the test-taker’s ability to reason, model, and solve problems using different mathematical methods.
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The GRE test consists of three sections:
The Analytical Writing section will always come first. It consists of two tasks and will take an hour to complete.
After the writing section, test-takers will face two verbal and two quant sections. Along with these four, there will be an experimental section(unscored) that is either a quant or a verbal section.
On the whole, these five sections will appear in a random order on the GRE test. To get a better hold of the format, test-takers are encouraged to take a GRE practice test.
GRE Quantitative test includes topics from high school mathematics. There are two math sections present on the GRE test. Each section consists of 20 questions to be solved in 35 minutes. If the experimental section turns out to be quant, test-takers will have to face a total of three math sections(only two sections will be scored). Topics in the quant section include problems from Algebra, Geometry, Rates, Word Problems, Ratios, and Data Analysis(Chart problems).
The quant section of the GRE test will have questions from four main topics:
iii) Geometry and
iv) Data Analysis
From each one of the four topics mentioned above, different types of questions will be given from sub-topics like Rates, Percentages, Triangles and Circles, Number properties, Averages, and Ratios.
Most of the test-takers would be familiar with these topics and a proper brushup would be sufficient to recollect them.
To start with, the topics of GRE Math are familiar to most of the test-takers as they would have studied them in their high school education. Once this is established, students can hone their quantitative skills through rigorous practice by doing mock drills and practice tests.
The only difficult part for test-takers would be to comprehend lengthy word problems on the math section. Through structured practice and proper implementation of techniques, the trouble caused by word problems can be eliminated and scoring 160 will thus become easier.
To aid the students in their pursuit of success in the test, Manya offers time-tested techniques to be implemented in the math section. These techniques related to Algebra will help students solve problems quickly without complicating the calculations.
Also, the materials provided for GRE course guide the students by enabling them solve problems on varying difficulty levels.
Students also get the opportunity to practice eight online full length tests that simulate the original GRE test experience. They will also be given the opportunity to review their tests through the computer-generated interactive score report.
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