GRE mathematical questions include two categories, selection and filling. The exam is divided into two parts, each of which has a length of 35 minutes.
How to conquer GRE math quantity problem? In the GRE general exam, the number of questions (Quantitative section) is easier for our candidates. The contents of the test questions include arithmetic, algebra, planar geometry, and chart reconciliation equations, among which, in addition to the chart analysis of the problem to everyone strange, other questions as long as the Master of Junior High School mathematics knowledge can be answered. However, to answer 30 sets of questions in 30 minutes, the average of each question must not exceed one minute.
In addition to the need to skillfully use basic knowledge, but also must pay attention to problem-solving skills.
(1) Size comparison questions (Quantitative Comparison)
A) before answering, all two Column must first take a serious look;
B) Note that the purpose of the problem is to emphasize speed and shortcuts, so don't get caught up in a lengthy calculation process;
C) Simplify the problem as much as possible and draw sketches or mark them if necessary;
D) When there are no variables in the problem and all are numeric values, it is not possible to select (D);
E) When variables x, y, z or a, B, c appear in the problem, the calculation can be replaced by simple values of 0, 1 and 1, and if different values are substituted, different size relationships are selected (D);
F) Pay special attention to the last few questions of quantity comparison size.
(2) Measurement capability questions (Math Ability)
A) Read the question carefully and circle the place where the request is made;
B) draw a sketch or mark it on the chart;
C) If there is a simple formula or solution, try to solve it directly by simple method, and then choose the correct answer;
D) If there is no formula to follow, try to eliminate the unreasonable answer, that is, from the answer to start, into the topic to verify whether the correct, and the approximate value of the method to simplify the calculation process, and finally find the correct answer;
E) Special attention should be paid to the last few questions, generally with complex and ingenious traps.
(3) Graphic analysis questions (Graphic Analysis)
A) skim the title first;
B) Review the chart and pay attention to the title, legend and the more significant changes;
(C) to circle the focus of each topic;
D) too difficult or confusing topics to jump over;
E) If the calculated item is very complicated, the approximate value should be obtained from the possible answer, and the unreasonable answer should be excluded; F) In the test questions for the entire number of parts, the title of the chart analysis should be placed at the back.