# GRE Math Test Prep

## Our online GRE Math prep course provides the exact tutoring and practice you need to ace the test and get into the graduate school of your choice. Click the button below to start now!

Exponents, properties, and variables

Integers, order of operations, and evaluation

Fractions

Decimals

Algebraic expressions & equations

Ratio, proportion, & percent

Word problems

Inequalities

Graphing and transformations

Functions and graphing

Linear equations in two variables

Systems of equations and inequalities

Exponents and polynomials

Polynomials and factoring

Rational expressions and equations

Segments and angles

Angle pairs and lines

Angles and polygons

Similarity and right triangles

Circles

Measurement

Probability & statistics

Coordinate geometry

Negative & rational exponents

Logarithms & exponential functions

## What kind of math is on the GRE?

The GRE math test covers arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data analysis. These concepts correspond with middle school and early high school math.

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## How do I study for GRE math?

### 1. Get plenty of instruction and practice thoroughly

You’ll want a system of review that goes far beyond the typical “drill and kill” GRE math study guide by including comprehensive instruction, guided practice, and interactive tests. All of these features are critical in order for your preparation to be effective. The best programs also feature diagnostic tests, background lessons, and grade reports.

Look for GRE Math prep that’s direct and to the point. Don’t waste your time listening to long-winded explanations. And only study the topics that are covered on the test - nothing more and nothing less. The best GRE Math test prep must be incredibly efficient as well.

Let’s face it. A test prep book with a GRE math practice test is not enough, and classes and tutors are too expensive. Instead, use an online GRE test prep course that leverages the power of technology to offer a balance of affordability and effectiveness.

## How long will it take to prepare for the GRE?

It typically takes one to three months to prepare for the GRE, assuming an hour of study each weekday. In other words, most students need between 20 and 60 hours of preparation. If you’re wondering how to pass the GRE, there’s no substitute for putting in the time to prepare.

## Is GRE math hard?

The GRE math is not as hard as the ACT or SAT, for example, because it doesn’t cover much Algebra 2 or higher-level high school math. However, you may find the GRE math hard in the sense that it uses tricky wording and it presents the problems in unusual ways. That’s why it’s so important to prepare thoroughly and have your math fundamentals down pat.

## Do you need to memorize formulas for GRE?

Yes, you’ll need to memorize formulas as part of your GRE math prep. Unlike some standardized tests, you won’t get a list of formulas that you can use for reference. The formulas that you need to memorize for the GRE should already be quite familiar to you, so there’s no need to panic. Just be sure to review formulas as part of your preparation.

## What is a good score on the GRE?

The scores on the Verbal and Quantitative sections of the GRE range from 130 to 170, and the average score is between 150 and 152. Therefore, a good score on either of these sections of the GRE is 153 or above. The scores on the Analytical Writing section go from 0 to 6, with an average of 3.5, so a good score on this section is 3.6 or above.

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