## Full-Length GRE Math Practice Test

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## GRE Quantitative Reasoning Overview

The quantitative reasoning section of the GRE contains 2 sections:

**Section 1:**12 Questions, 21 Minutes**Section 2:**15 Questions, 26 Minutes

You will be asked to answer 3 different types of questions:

**Quantitative Comparison:**~10 Questions**Problem-Solving:**~13 Questions**Data Interpretations:**~4 Questions

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## Calculator Use On GRE Quantitative Section

You will be given an on-screen calculator that you can use on the GRE quantitative reasoning section.

You should keep the following in mind regarding the use of a calculator:

**Most questions can be solved without a calculator****It can be quicker to use mental math for some questions****Estimation can be a helpful method instead of using a calculator**

## Frequently Asked Questions

### How many sections are on GRE quant?

There are 2 GRE quantitative sections:

**Section 1:**12 Questions, 21 Minutes**Section 2:**15 Questions, 26 Minutes

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### What types of questions are on GRE math?

You will be asked 3 different types of questions:

**Quantitative Comparison****Problem-Solving****Data Interpretations**

### What topics are tested on GRE math?

You will be tested on a variety of topics including arithmetic topics, algebra topics, geometry topics, and data analysis topics.

### How is the GRE quant section scored?

Your scores from both GRE quantitative reasoning sections will be scaled and combined into a final score between 130 and 170.