Do you struggle with the GRE’s time constraints? Do you have difficulties solving probability questions?
Yes? Fantastic! In this article, we’ll examine how probability questions can be a great opportunity to make up lost time.
Here’s an example of a quantitative reasoning question you might encounter on the GRE. Try to answer it before continuing.
When positive integer R is divided by 7, the remainder is 1. When R is divided by 76, the remainder is 43. What is...
Consider the following Quantitative Comparison question, which you might find on the GRE:
Set Q consists of all multiples of 7 from 42 to 210 inclusive
Quantity A Quantity B
Median of set Q Mean of set Q