•GRE® is the most widely accepted test for graduate admissions worldwide
•Quantitative Reasoning sections are the key to get a good score in GRE®.
•The questions in GRE® math test the conceptual clarity and also the problem solving skills of the test taker.
•This course is divided into four sections
1. Arithmetic: This section includes topics like Classification of Numbers and related concepts, Percentages, Ratios
2. Algebra: In this, we have topics like Algebraic expressions, linear equations, quadratic equations, functions, exponents, profit and loss, simple interest and compound interest, work rate, Speed time and distance.
3. Geometry: This section consists topics like , Lines and angles, Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Circles, Solids, Mensuration
4. Data Analysis : In this section, we have topics like Data forms-Graphical and Numerical, Measures of central tendency like mean, median and mode, measures of dispersion, Permutations and Combinations, Probability, Sets and Venn Diagrams
In each section , first all the basic concepts are discussed and then practice questions are discussed. There are 200 practice questions discussed.(50 from each section)
•In GRE Math ,the questions are generally four types
1. Quantitative Comparison
2. Multiple choice questions: One answer
3. Multiple choice questions: More than one answer
4.Numeric entry questions
All the above type questions have been discussed in this course.