## 8 Tips for GRE Quant section

Tips for GRE Quant section

GRE General Test has 5 sections: Verbal ability, Analytical Writing Ability, Quantitative Ability, Unscored and Experimentation / Research Sections. Scoring in the Quant section is very important for gaining an overall good score. The Quant section has 2 sections, with each section of 20 questions and 40 questions in total with 1 point increment counting to 170 scores. Each section has 30 minutes to complete the task, and the entire Quant section can be completed in 1 hour, 10 minutes, / 70 minutes with a 2-minute break between each section.

Syllabus of GRE Quant Section:

The syllabus of the GRE Quant section covers all the basics, including 10th class Maths

• Arithmetic (Number Systems, Percentages, Fractions and Decimals)
• Geometry (Basic Coordinate Geometry, Ratios, Proportions, 2D & 3D Dimensional Figures)
• Data Analysis ( Data Collection and Data Interpretation)

Structure of GRE Quant Section:

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

Tips for GRE Quant:

1. Arithmetic should be the top priority:

• Arithmetic questions form the more significant part of the Quant section.
• Therefore, attempt this section first since it takes time to solve.
• This Arithmetic section looks easy, but it is more complicated than any other section of Quant.

2. Analyze your Strengths and Weaknesses:

• For example, understand which section needs more concentration and time.
• Weak areas can be given more time and dedication than solid areas.
• For example, the Algebra section may be easy for some students, while for others, Geometry may be a cakewalk.

3. Avoid any Careless mistakes:

• In exams like GRE, every question must be answered with extreme care.
• Although there are no negative marks, careless mistakes can cost you a lot.

4. Know when to use your Calculator:

• The students must appropriately judge the use of the Calculator.
• One should know whether solving the problem needs a Calculator or not.
• Most of the questions can be solved without the help of a Calculator.
• However, students can not bring their Calculators but can utilize the ones provided on the screen for your benefit.

5. Memorize the formulas

• Practise the fundamentals like formulas, Squares, Decimals, Prime numbers etc.
• It is vital to practise these basics to keep pace with the exam.
• In addition, having a good understanding of these basics helps stay calm during the exam.
• Most of the quant problems like Algebra, Geometry, and Arithmetic require Formulas to perform fast.

• GRE allows you to use 6 Scratch papers to do any rough work for Quant or other subjects.
• Students are asked to submit their scratch papers after using them altogether.
• It is essential to use these Scratch papers, as it would be challenging to do all the calculations in mind.
• Always check the total/answer of the question twice with the ones in the scratch paper. Draw diagrams for Geometry problems.

7. Concentrate on the rare problems:

• Attempting Rare problems and questions give the advantage of getting good scores in standardized exams like the GRE.
• Unfortunately, not all students practice rare questions to fear that they might take more time to solve.
• However, these rare questions will give a great score in the competition.
• Gather these questions from the study materials, senior students and your trainers.