GRE Test (Math)
GRE Test (Math) provide 3 types of questions in GRE Math section that you'll come across are :
GRE Math - Quantitative Comparisons
GRE Math - Problem Solving
GRE Math - Data Interpretation
***GRE Math - Quantitative Comparisons***
- Quantitative comparison in GRE Math measures your ability to:
+ Determine the relative sizes of two quantities
+ Perceive that not enough information is provided to make such a decision
- Quantitative comparison Strategies :
+ Convert algebraic expressions to a standard form in order to compare them.
+ Avoid performing needless calculations, such as trying to decide how much larger or smaller one quantity is than the other.
+ Don't assume that all variables represent positive integers - be aware of negative numbers, fractions, and zero as possible numbers.
+ Geometric figures aren't always drawn to scale, so don't make assumptions simply based on the appearance of a figure shown.
***GRE Math - Problem Solving***
- Problem solving questions in GRE Math section test your:
+ Knowledge of maths involving percentages, simultaneous equations, polygons, probability, etc.
+ Ability to read, understand, and solve problems quickly and accurately
Each of the questions GRE Math problem solving is followed by five answer choices. You have to select the best of the answer options given.
- GRE Math - Problem solving Strategies
+ Determine what is given and what is being asked
+ Scan options to decide the level of approximation required
+ Avoid long computations
+ Scan all options before answering a question
***GRE Math - Data Interpretation***
- This is the toughest section in GRE Math. Many have poor Math scores because of the high difficulty of Data intreptation GRE questions. Practice with lots of tough DI questions to do get a good GRE Math score. Data interpretation in GRE Math section measures your ability to:
+ Read and interpret data
+ Perform statistical calculations on the data provided
The data interpretation questions in GRE Math usually appear in sets and are based on data presented in tables or graphs.
- GRE Math - Data Interpretation Strategies
+ Look carefully at the data and understand how it's presented
+ Try to make visual comparisons and estimate products and quotients rather than perform computations.
+ For graphs, pay attention to the scales as well as read any accompanying notes
+ Answer questions only on the basis of data given.
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