Hi guys, I hope my blogs are getting useful to you. And I am trying to make them easy to you. Today I am writing about two parts of Quantitative reasoning. In this section, GRE practice questions covering all four question formats you'll encounter during the Quantitative Reasoning sections of the GRE Revised Test: conventional multiple-choice, complex multiple-choice, Numeric Entry and Quantitative Comparison.

These four question sets cover all four knowledge areas of math that GRE Quantitative Reasoning questions embrace: arithmetic, number theory, algebra and geometry.

These are not timed or interactive tests. You can go at your own pace, reading the analysis of each question as you go.

Multiple choice—select one answer choice (4 questions)

Multiple choice—select one or more answer choices (4 questions)

Numeric Entry (4 questions)

Quantitative Comparison (4 questions)

TEST DIRECTIONS — STANDARD MULTIPLE-CHOICE

Solve the problem and select a single answer choice.

All numbers used are real numbers.

All figures lie on a plane unless otherwise indicated.

All lines shown as straight are straight.

All angle measures are positive.

Figures are intended to provide useful information for answering the questions. However, unless a figure is accompanied by a "Note" stating that it is drawn to scale, answer the question using your knowledge of mathematics and not by visual measurement or estimation.

TEST DIRECTIONS — COMPLEX MULTIPLE-CHOICE FORMAT

Select one or more of the answer choices according to the directions for each specific question.

The correct answer may be just one choice or as many as all choices. To earn credit for a correct answer you must select all correct choices and no others.

If the question specifies the number of answer choices to select, select exactly that number of choices. Otherwise, select all answer choices that apply.

All numbers used are real numbers.

All figures lie on a plane unless otherwise indicated.

All lines shown as straight are straight.

All angle measures are positive.

Figures are intended to provide useful information for answering the questions. However, unless a figure is accompanied by a "Note" stating that it is drawn to scale, answer the question using your knowledge of mathematics and not by visual measurement or estimation. See the below link to practice more:

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