GRE Quantitative Problem Solving Practice Questions
HERE IS a look at the following GRE sample questions. They will give you a great overview about the “Quantitative Problem Solving” questions you will be confronted with in your real GRE exam.
If the average test score of 4 students is 85, what will the 5th student need to score in order to have the new average be 86?
If A and B and C are positive, and A@B = and C=C+3, what is the value of (9)@3?
Rectangle A has a length of 12 inches and a width of 5 inches.Rectangle B has a length of 9 inches and a width of 10 inches. By what number must the area of rectangle A be multiplied in order to get the area of rectangle B?
If x > 0, then (4x)(8x) =
GRE Verbal Antonyms Practice Questions
Each GRE antonym question consists of a word printed in capital letters, followed by five words or phrases. Choose the word or phrase that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word in capital letters.
Question 1:- Lucid :
Question 2:- Prodigal :
Question 3:- Opprobrium :
Question 4:- Loquacious :
Question 5:- Engender :
GRE Quantitative Comparison Practice Questions
Have a go at answering these GRE sample questions, note your answer and then download a full set of answers and explanations by clicking on the get answer tab
Each question of this question type consists of two quantities, one in Column A and one in Column B. You are to compare the two quantities and choose:
A. If the quantity in Column A is greater
B. If the quantity in Column B is greater
C. If the two quantities are equal
D. If the relationship cannot be determined from the information given
The average (arithmetic mean) bowling score of n bowlers is 160. The average of these n scores together with a score of 170 is 161.
z is positive
ΔABC lies in the xy-plane with C at (0,0), B at (6,0), and A at (x,y), where x and y are positive. The area of ΔABC is 18.
GRE Verbal Analogies Practice Questions
In each of the following questions, related pair of words or phrases is followed by five more pairs of words or phrases.Select the pair that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original pair.
Question 1- Enlistment : Conscription
A. rapprochement : arbitration
B. surrender : bombardment
C. resignation : dismissal
D. contemplation : instruction
E. acceptance : rejection
Question 2- Nod : Assent
A. glance : beneficence
B. shudder : rudeness
C. wink : mystification
D. shrug : indifference
E. frown : capriciousness
Question 3- Inflammable : Ignited
A. fragile : shattered
B. flexible : broken
C. somber : mourned
D. famous : plagiarized
E. small : magnified
Question 4- Electricity : Wire
A. fluid : pipe
B. car : highway
C. river : bank
D. light : bulb
E. music : instrument
Question 5- Cobbler : Leather
A. chandler : wax
B. executrix : paper
C. actor : words
D. cartwright : wheels
E. prosthetist : limbs
GRE Sentence Completion Practice Questions
Each sentence has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five words. Choose the word or set of words for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Question 1:- Despite generous helpings of _____________________ from a group of ____________ critics, this iconoclastic poet’s three volumes have sold steadily.
A. zeal … hidebound
B. mockery … obscure
C. tedium … respected
D. abuse … ineffectual
E. vitriol … influential
Question 2:- Friendship, no matter how ____________________, has its boundaries; _________ advice, when thrust insistently upon one, is rarely an act of friendship, regardless of the adviser’s intent.
A. cool … contradictory
B. enjoyable … obverse
C. intimate … unsolicited
D. distant … marital
E. special … desired
Question 3:- Very little is known of the writer Theophilus; however, from his eclectic writings, we can _________ that he was well ______________.
A. Assume … educated
B. Understand … disciplined
C. Appreciate … respected
D. Expect … exposed
E. Acknowledge … received
Question 4:- Because of his inherent ______________, Harry steered clear of any job that he suspected could turn out to be a travail.
Question 5:- Greek philosophers tried to ___________ contemporary notions of change and stability by postulating the existence of the atom, ___________ particle from which all varieties of matter are formed.
A. Personify … a mutating
B. Reconcile … an indivisible
C. Simplify … a specific
D. Eliminate … an infinitesimal
E. Confirm … an interesting