### GRE Quant Practice Questions - Topicwise

### Algebra

Linear and quadratic equations. Polynomials solutions. Solution types for linear equations and nature of roots for quadratic equations. Word problems.

### Number Properties

Factors, Multiples, LCM, HCF, remainders, factorials, exponents, and number systems. Sequences & Series - Arithmetic & Geometric Progression.

### Inequalities

Algebraic inequalities - linear and quadratic expression. Inequalties of products and quotients. Absolute values, exponents and number line.

### Set Theory

Union and intersection of 2 and 3 sets. Universal set, subsets, number of subsets. Venn diagrams. Disjoint sets and complement of a set.

### Statistics & Average

Average (arithmetic mean), weighted average, median, mode, range, variance and standard deviation. AM - GM - HM inequality.

### Ratio, Percent, Fractions

Ratios, proportions, mixtures, fractions to percents and percents to fraction. Percent change, profit, discounts, simple & compound interest.

### Rates - Work, Speed

Speed, distance, time, average speed, and relative speed. Work time and work wages questions. Word problems in rates.

### Permutation & Probability

Repeated sampling. Tossing coins, rolling dice, cards, number sequences, reordering letters of a word. Discrete probability.

### Geometry

Lines, angles, polygons, triangles, circles, and quadrilaterals. Similar and congruent triangles. Solids - volume, surface area.

### Coordinate Geometry

Length of line segment, slope of line, ratio in which a point divides a line, midpoint of a segment, collinearity, area of triangle, equation of lines and circles.

### Data Interpretation

A part of the quantitative reasoning section, presents data in tabular form, and as graphs - pie charts, line graph, area graph scatter diagram, bar and column graphs..

### Diagnostic Tests

Diagnostic test for the quant and the verbal section of the GRE. This test will help you gauge your current level of preparedness to plan your prep.

### More than one answer (MTOA)

Multiple-choice questions that ask you to select one or more answer choices from a list. The question may or may not specify the number of correct choices.

### Quantitative Comparison

Compare two quantities A and B and determine a relationship between which between the two is larger. They could both be equal or comparing them may not be possible.

### Verbal Practice Questions

### Sentence Equivalence

To identify more than one word leading to synonymous sentence intent and meaning. Prowess in basic vocabulary required.

### Text Completion

Complete the sentences with one, two or three words, as required. Understanding meaning and tone.

### Reading Comprehension

Passages, usually not exceeding 350 words from science & tech, business & economy, arts & literature and social sciences. Data driven and inference questions.