GRE Time and Work

The concept of time & work is another important topic for the quantitative aptitude exam. We have to understand the following basic concepts of this chapter: If A does a work in a days, his rate = work/day If B does a work in b days, his rate =  work/day If A & B work […]

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GRE Percentage

The concept of percentage mainly applies to ratios, & the percentage value of ratio is arrived at by multiplying by 100 the decimal value of the ratio. For example, a student scores 20 marks out of a maximum possible 30 marks. His marks can then  be denoted as 20  out of 30 = GRE PERCENTAGE […]

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GRE Exponents

Q 1) a)  b)  c)  d)  Ans)  (b) is correct. Q 2)  a)  b)  c)  d)  Ans)  (b) is correct. Q 3)  a)  b)  c)  d)  Ans)  (b) is correct. Q 4)  a)  b)  c)  d)  Ans)  (c) is correct.   Q5.   80 is divisible by  Quantity A:       x Quantity B:       3 Ans.  80 is […]

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GRE: Averages

The average of a number is a measure of the central tendency of a set of numbers. In other words, it is an estimate of where the Centre point of a set of number lies. The basic formula for the average of n numbers is   Concept of weighted average: When we have two or […]

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GRE Text Completion Tips

Text Completion questions are designed to further test your ability to understand what you read. They will also test your vocabulary, particularly your ability to apply sophisticated vocabulary in context. You will be asked to read a short passage of 1-5 sentences. There will be 1-3 blanks in the passage where a crucial word is […]

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GRE Argument Writing

Analyze an Argument The Analyze an Argument task gives you 30 minutes to plan and write a critique of an argument presented in the form of a short passage. A critique of any other argument will receive a score of zero. To score well, you need to do three things. First, analyze the line of […]

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GRE Issue Essay

For the Analyze an Issue assignment, you will be presented with a statement or a claim. Your job is to agree to disagree with the statement, and then write a compelling essay to support the position you have taken. That being said, it is critical that you pay attention to the specific instructions given along […]

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GRE Essay

The first part of the exam will consist of two essays to be completed in 30 minutes each: Analyze an Issue (30 minutes)- Discuss a general interest topic. Analyze an Argument (30 minutes)- Analyze the argument presented A brief introduction to analytical writing section The issue essay is very much like every other 5-or-so paragraph […]

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GRE Reading Comprehension

You are probably already familiar with Reading comprehension (RC) from other standardized tests. You are given a passage to read, and you are asked questions about the substance and structure of the passage. The GRE makes Reading comprehension difficult in several ways: The content is demanding. Passages focus on specific and often unfamiliar topics in […]

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Argument Structure Passages

Reading Comprehension also contain another type of passage: Argument structure Passages (ASPs). Expect to see about 1-3 ASPs per section; each passage will be accompanied by a single question. ASPs on the GRE involve reading brief arguments (each argument is generally one to three sentences long) and answering questions relating to those arguments. These arguments […]

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