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GRE Quantitative Reasoning Tips

To score high in the GRE test and grab admissions in the best graduate schools abroad, you don’t have to be a math genius or whiz. All you need to have to give your best in the GRE quantitative score is appropriate strategies. Take a look at the below mentioned to ace the quantitative section of the GRE test,

  • Ensure that you understand the concepts underlying the question wholly. One or two words can change the meaning profoundly, then don’t flash these challenging questions, even though the math looks justly obvious;you’ll need to spend some time acquainting yourself with “English-to-Math” translation tables.
  • Better put needless calculations aside. Rather than wasting time performing needless computations to compare the quantities better transform or approximation one or both of the given quantities only when the consequence demands the comparison.
  • As each Quantitative section carries approx. 20 questions and you are asked to finish those in 35 minutes. You might come across some questions which can be solved in 1 minute, and some will take 2. If you’ve already spent more than 2 minutes on a question, guess advantageously and move on.
  • The GRE Quantitative section contains questions of comprehensive difficulty levels. Evoke to be methodical in your tactic, and don’t leave implementing your strategies when you’re confronted with more difficult questions. Estimate the question from 360’c before deciding whether it seems easier for you to do the math traditionally or use a specific strategy.
  • Find ways to apply data from one structure to another when you come across tough Geometry questions like to circles within squares and hide triangles with quadrilaterals.
  • In the case of Data Interpretation questions, don’t hurry to the problems. First read the titles, labels, units, and note the general trends of the data beforehand.
  • Remember to memorise the answer choices before the time in order to save your precious time during the quantitative section.