Official GRE Quantitative Reasoning Practice Questions Full PDF Ebook

Official GRE Quantitative Reasoning Practice Questions

The only official guide focused on the Math section of the GRE – directly from the maker of the test. Official GRE Quantitative Reasoning Practice Questions is designed to help any candidate trying for the Graduate Record Examinations.

The book “Official GRE Quantitative Reasoning Practice Questions” has practice questions that the candidate can work on in order to increase his effectiveness in his GRE examination.

This book provides important information about the Quantitative Reasoning measure of the GRE revised General Test, including the knowledge and skills that are assessed and the types of questions that appear. The book will help you:

  • Familiarize yourself with the test format and test question types
  • Learn valuable test-taking strategies for each question type
  • Review the math topics you need to know for the test
  • Check your progress with Quantitative Reasoning practice questions

The following four-step program has been designed to help you make the best use of this book.

Official GRE Quantitative Reasoning Practice Questions Full PDF Ebook

STEP 1 Learn About the GRE Quantitative Reasoning Measure

Chapter 1 of this book provides an overview of the GRE Quantitative Reasoning measure.

Read this chapter to learn about the number of questions, time limits, and the test design features. You will also find valuable test-taking strategies from ETS and important information about how the measure is scored.

Also Read: Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by R.S. Aggarwal

STEP 2 Study the Different GRE Quantitative Reasoning Question Types

Chapter 2 of this book describes the types of questions you will encounter in the Quantitative Reasoning measure. You will learn what the questions are designed to measure, and you will get tips for answering each question type. You will also see samples of each question type, with helpful explanations.

Also Read: GRE Prep by Magoosh

STEP 3 Practice Answering GRE Quantitative Reasoning Questions

Chapters 3, 4, 5, and 6 contain sets of authentic Quantitative Reasoning practice questions in the content areas of Algebra, Arithmetic, Geometry, and Data Analysis, respectively. Answer the questions in each set, and then read through the explanations to see which questions you found most challenging. Look for patterns. Did specific content areas give you trouble? You can refresh your math skills in these areas with the GRE Math Review in Appendix A. The GRE Math Review is a review of the math topics that are likely to appear on the Quantitative Reasoning measure. Each section of the GRE Math Review ends with exercises that will help you see how well you have mastered the material. Note that Appendix B provides information about the mathematical conventions that are used on the Quantitative Reasoning measure. Prior to answering the practice questions, it might be helpful to review these conventions.

STEP 4 Test Yourself With the Mixed Practice Sets

Once you have completed the practice sets for each content area in Chapters 3–6, it is time to practice with authentic GRE questions in the Mixed Practice Sets in Chapter 7. Each Mixed Practice Set includes the question types and content areas contained in an actual Quantitative Reasoning section of the GRE revised General Test.

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