The GRE mathematical reasoning section tests your knowledge of arithmetic, basic algebra, applied mathematics, elementary geometry, and common graphs and charts. Let Starts with the GRE MCQs Mathematics quiz.
The GRE mathematical reasoning section tests your knowledge of arithmetic, basic algebra, applied mathematics, elementary geometry, and common graphs and charts.
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The problem-solving questions are typically word problem questions. These sorts of questions are usually part of different competitive and ability tests.
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The sentence completion is to fill in the blanks. It is designed to understand the gist of something even without hearing (or reading) every single word
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The verbal portion of the exam contains 5 to 7 questions about sentence completion. The question may contain one or more blank spaces, each blank indicating that something has been omitted.
You have to read the sentence carefully, then choose the word, or set of words that, when put in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence.
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The Basic idea of a GRE Antonyms question is to find the opposite meaning for a given word.
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Each of the following questions consists of a word in capital letters, followed by five words or phrases. Choose the word or phrase that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word in capital letters. Be sure to consider all the choices before deciding which one is best. The best strategy for GRE Antonyms is to:
Eliminate non-answers. One simple way to eliminate answer choices is to toss out any words that do not have opposite meanings.
It is okay to play around with the part of speech of a word if that helps to answer the question.