GRE verbal reasoning format

GRE Verbal reasoning format   The GRE Verbal Reasoning measure contains three types of questions: Reading comprehension Text Completion Sentence Equivalence Reading comprehension multiple-choice questions: Select One Answer Choice Description: These are the traditional multiple-choice questions with five answer choices of which you must select one. Strategy Tip: Read all the answer choices before making […]

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What is GRE

What is GRE? The GRE (Graduate Record Examination) is an exam written and administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS). The standardized test GRE is an admission requirement for masters and doctoral degree program from top universities of U.S.A. The test which was completely revised in August 2011, is primarily delivered as a computer-based test […]

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GRE: Statistics

Measures of central tendency:- The main measure of central tendency are the arithmetic mean, mode, median. The average (arithmetic mean) of a group of number is defined as the sum of the values divided by the number of values. AVERAGE VALUE  =  Sum of values ÷  Number of values MEDIAN: When there are odd numbers […]

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GRE Geometry: Circles

 A circle is a labeled by its center point: O means the circle with center point O Diameter A line segment, generally denoted by the variable, that connects two points on the circles and passes through the center of the circle   Radius:- A line segment, generally denoted by the variable r from the center […]

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GRE: Three Dimensional Figures (Uniform Solids)

Volume The volume of a solid is the amount of space enclosed by the solid. Surface area In general, the surface area of a solid is equal to the sum of the areas of the solid’s faces. Rectangular Solid A solid with six rectangular faces ( all edges meet at right angles) Volume= Area of […]

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GRE: Data Interpretation

Bar Graph:- These can be used to display the information that would otherwise appear in a table. On a bar Graph, the height of each column shows its value. Line Graph:- Line graph follow the same principle as bar graphs, except the values are presented as points. Pie Charts:- A Pie Charts shows how things […]

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GRE: Number System

  Natural Numbers:- These are the numbers (1,2,3 etc) that are used for counting. In other words, all positive integers are natural numbers. Prime Numbers:- A natural number larger than unity is a prime number if it does not have other divisors except for itself & unity. Whole Numbers:- The set of numbers that includes […]

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Lines, Angles and Triangles

Conditions of similarity:-   AAA Similarity:- If in two triangles, corresponding angles are equal, then triangles are similar.             If ∠A = ∠P , ∠B = ∠Q , ∠C = ∠R Then △ABC ~ △ PQR SSS Similarity:- If the corresponding sides of two triangles are proportional then they are […]

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GRE: Quadratic Equation

If you set the polynomial equal to zero, where a, b and c are constants and a ≠ 0 , there is a special name for it. It is called a quadratic, You can find the values for x that make the equation true. Example:      To find the solutions, also called roots of […]

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GRE: Solving Inequalities

Inequalities may be written with the symbols Shown here:- A range of values is often expressed on a number line. Two ranges are shown below:- a) Represents the set of all numbers between -4 and 0 excluding the endpoints -4 and 0 or -4< x < 0 b) Represents the set of all numbers greater […]

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