GRE Quantitative Reasoning: Study Guide & Test Prep
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Course Summary
In this helpful test prep course, we've outlined the subjects you'll find on the Quantitative Reasoning portion of the GRE General Exam. Through these video lessons, selfassessment quizzes and printable transcripts, our instructors present these math concepts in a mobilefriendly and easytofollow format.to start this course today
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About This Course
Use this study guide course as you prepare to take the Quantitative Reasoning measure of the GRE General Exam. Covered subjects include series and sequences, operations and numbers and equations, but you'll find much of the material you'll be tested on here. As a handy pretest exercise, you can take the lesson quizzes and chapter tests to see if additional study is needed. Our video lessons feature convenient video tabs that make it easy to go back and review just select portions of a video. If you have questions or struggle with any of these lessons, simply reach out to an expert through the Dashboard.
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Syllabus & Course Information
We've designed this engaging test prep course to give you confidence as you prepare for the Quantitative Reasoning portion of the GRE exam. At your own pace, work through lessons on coordinate geometry, probability, graphing and any other subjects you need to review before test day. This course is designed to ensure you can:
 Understand numbers and operations
 Outline series and sequences
 Remember rules for solving expressions and equations
 Graph parabolas, solve quadratics and factor with FOIL
 Recognize exponents, roots and functions
 Solve rational equations and expressions
 Identify inequalities
 Discuss plane and coordinate geometry
 Outline probability, statistics and sets
 Work with mixed numbers, decimals and fractions
Course Format
This course is made up of 12 chapters and 109 lessons that reflect all of the subjects that you'll need to know to do well on the exam. To ensure you're ready, answer the multiplechoice questions on the lesson quizzes and chapter tests.
GRE Quantitative Reasoning Exam Information
Candidates seeking admission to graduate or business school must take the GRE General exam, which is made up of three different sections  including the Quantitative Reasoning section.
 Number of Questions: 40 (20 in each section)
 Question Type: Quantitative comparison, multiplechoice and numeric entry
 Time Limit: 70 minutes (two 35minute sections)
 Exam Cost: $205 for entire General Exam
GRE Quantitative Reasoning Exam Preparation & Registration
We've designed this course to take the stress out of preparing for the GRE General Exam by providing you with the information you need to feel confident heading in to sit for the exam. You'll study all the concepts you could be tested on, including numbers sequences and series, graphing parabolas, exponents and functions and rational expressions and equations. Work through these lessons at your own pace while reviewing as much or as little information as you need to.
All testtakers who wish to take the GRE General Exam are required to register and pay the required fees after creating an online account. Candidates may bring a calculator with them to take this test and are asked to arrive at their testing center 30 minutes before the test begins with valid photo identification matching the name they used to set up their online account.
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