GRE Math Practice Test

Use our GRE math practice test to prepare for the quantitative reasoning section of the exam. You will be tested on multiple different topics which we will review below.

We have broken down our GRE math questions into the different types of questions you will see on the actual exam.

Summary: Use our GRE math practice to score well on the quantitative reasoning section. For more help, read our reviews of the best GRE prep courses.

GRE Math Practice Test

You will find 8 different GRE math practice tests below. Each exam includes detailed answer explanations – make sure to review them so you can learn why an answer was correct or incorrect.

You will see that we have broken the exams down by question type. This will help you learn where you struggle and excel.

If you feel satisfied with our GRE math prep, visit our free GRE practice test hub to find exams for other sections.

GRE Quantitative Reasoning Overview

The quantitative reasoning section of the GRE contains 2 sections. Each quantitative reasoning section is:

  • 20 questions
  • 35 minutes

You will be asked to answer 4 different types of questions:

  • Quantitative Comparison
  • Multiple-Choice – One Answer Choice
  • Multiple-Choice – One or More Answer Choices
  • Numeric Entry

GRE Quantitative Reasoning Overview
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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:

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

GRE Quantitative Reasoning FAQs

There are 2 GRE quantitative sections. Each section is 35 minutes long and contains 20 questions.

For additional information on the GRE, read our guide on what is the GRE.

You will be asked 4 different types of questions – quantitative comparison, numeric entry, multiple-choice (one answer), and multiple-choice (one or more answers).

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

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