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  • Official GRE Quantitative ReasoningPractice Questions


  • 150 REAL GRE Quantitative Reasoning questions--direct from the test maker! The best way to

    prepare for the Quantitative Reasoning measure of the GRE revised General Test is with real GRE

    test questions--and that is what you will find in this unique guide! Specially created for you by ETS, it

    offers 150 actual Quantitative Reasoning questions with complete explanations. Plus, this guide

    includes a review of math topics likely to appear on the Quantitative Reasoning measure. Only ETS

    can show you exactly what to expect on the test. So for in-depth practice and accurate test

    preparation for the Quantitative Reasoning measure, this guide is your best choice! Look inside to

    find: Real GRE Quantitative Reasoning test questions arranged by content and question type--to

    help you build your test-taking skills. Plus, mixed practice sets. Answers and explanations for every

    question! GRE Math Review covering math topics you need to know for the test. ETS's own

    test-taking strategies: Valuable hints and tips to help you do your best on the test. Official

    information on the GRE Quantitative Reasoning measure: The facts about the test content,

    structure, scoring, and more--straight from ETS.

    Paperback: 352 pages

    Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (August 14, 2014)

    Language: English

    ISBN-10: 007183432X

    ISBN-13: 978-0071834322

    Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 8.5 x 10.5 inches

    Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)

    Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 starsSee all reviews(94 customer reviews)

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    Rule#1 for preparing for the GRE: Only use official GRE questions written by the GRE test writers.

    Do not waste your valuable time on substandard questions written by test prep companies.The GRE

    was revised in the fall of 2011 and so far the only relevant book released by ETS is the The Official

    Guide to the GRE Revised General Test, 2nd Edition. Other than that the key piece of software is

    the free Official PowerPrep II software(go to ETS's GRE website) that provides two computer based

  • test.This new guide provides a set of 150 practice questions. The first half of the book has 75

    practice questions that are split between the four main topics on the GRE: Arithmetic, Algebra,

    Geometry, and Data Analysis. The second set of 75 questions are part of three practice sets. I

    would recommend doing these tests under timed conditions, 25 questions in 40 minutes. Although,

    this timing is different from the computer based tests(20 questions in 35 minutes), but the overall

    correspondence between the two formats is the same. Read page 139 of the book for further details

    on how the test writers recommend you to use these sets.All in all I highly recommend this book to

    anyone who is preparing for the revised GRE test. I am in the process of creating the video

    explanations for all of the 150 questions that will be hosted at

    This book is useful for 'practice only' to someone who already understands or has a good hand on

    arithmetic, geometry, data analysis, and so on. If you haven't applied anything other than basic

    arithmetic for a long period of time (maybe your previous 'field' or job didn't require extensive math)

    or are just generally bad with numbers, then the majority of this book is probably going to be

    confusing for you. The explanations after each question are very cut and dry and not written in a

    step by step process to teach the reader. Sometimes the answer explanation after a problem makes

    it seem like the writer pulled a number from thin air to get to the correct answer whereas other study

    guides explain where that mystery number came from in a more thorough step by step process.

    Don't get me wrong, the questions are on point to how they appear and are worded on the actual

    GRE so it is worth looking over but again, it's geared for practice not for learning the actual step by

    step process to solve math problems.

    Bought this with the verbal and official GRE guide from ETS. I thought each were helpful, I read

    through the official guide, and did a practice test. Worked through the other two work books ( this

    one and the quant) and then took the second practice test. The books are redundant in that the

    guide has the same info as the work books, ALTHOUGH there are different practice problems. This

    was especially helpful since it was from the test makers themselves. I wound up scoring better than

    I thought I would on the verbal, so the practice was well worth it, since I got a163 on the verbal and

    a 159 on the quant.

    This review book is amazing, since it's made by the test makers of the GRE the questions

    accurately reflect the questions on the the GRE General Revised Test. Similarly, the test makers

    explain the scoring of the exam: ranges from 130 to 170 for both the math & verbal, with a score of

  • 1 to 6 for the essay. Anyways, I used this practice book for a GRE prep course in which we used

    both this book along with the verbal one by ETS along with Barron's 6 GRE Practice Tests. In the

    course we practiced timing for each of the sections on the test. Similarly, from the ETS website I

    downloaded the practice test software to get comfortable taking the test online. The books even

    covers basic math foundation as well as calculus and algrebra review (as well as other topics in

    math) that some of us may have not used in quite some time. If you are still not confident on the

    math, I would suggest watching math videos from Khan Academy and re working problems that give

    you difficulty. The textbook came well within the expected delivery time and as described, as a new

    book. This is a must for all those taking the GRE, even if you were part of a prep course I would

    suggest buying both the verbal and quantitative books to time yourself while taking the practice

    questions. Also, use these books for preparation of your own. Anyways, I can't stress the

    importance of these books enough for those preparing for the GRE, just buy these books for your


    As a test prep expert @, we use this textbook for homework practice with

    our students. This GRE book is the best collection of GRE Math relevant questions from the official

    makers of the test. This is the closest you will get to test day questions. The 3 practice tests really

    help our students get a feel of what GRE math questions look like.

    I'm loving this test prep book so far. I found this to be extremely useful. I haven't taken the new GRE

    yet. I plan to in a bit. The prep is good because there are a large variety of questions from the actual

    makers of the exam. I found that the format has changed a lot from the old exam. I took the old

    exam over 9 years ago. Now, I am trying to 'refresh' my memory on how math standardized exams

    work. This book is very helpful because it gives me actual questions that were used. It has the right

    'difficulty' level for me to train on. The answers come in the back and have some explanation. You

    can use this as a study aid. I would definitely recommend this book if its the only test prep you plan

    on getting. I also bought the GRE full prep book from ETS so I can try that after I finish this. I have

    been slowly working on this for a couple of weeks. It's helping me jog my memory for sure.

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