Factors and Multiples
Expressions and equations
Ratio, Rates and Proportions
Properties of Exponents and Square roots
System of equations and Inequalities
Coordinate & Plane geometry
Distance between points
Building the equation of the line
Finding the slope and intercepts
Graphing and understanding functions
Graphing and understanding parabolas and circles
Lines and Angles
Polygon and triangles
TheGRE® has 2 Quantitative Sections
of 20 questions each
(35 minutes per section)
The math section focuses on:
Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, basic statistics and data analysis.
The concepts are basic, however, the student needs to apply strategy and mental math to master the question in a given time.
What is the GRE?
The GRE® test is taken for most students as an application for Grad School
The Verbal (V) and Quantitative (Q) portions of the GRE® are scored between 130-170
No Calculator is allowed.
The test will have a computer calculator, however, the test is designed to use your mental math and logic.
Most of the questions are designed for logical and critical thinking instead of heavy calculations.
Methods of Presenting Data
Median, Mean, Mode
Distribution of Data
There are many online resources to study for the GRE®.
Here you will find a Math Review from the ETS® website.It is a great tool if you need to review and understand the concepts for the GRE® test.
The PowerPrep II is a software that resembles the real test.
I highly recommend you to buy these two books. They offer official GRE® material.