All you need to know about GRE Quant

Do you have these questions:

Is GRE quant calculation-intensive? Is GRE quant difficult for those who are not good at math? What topics are tested in GRE quant section? Can I use the calculator in the GRE quant section? From where do I prepare for the exam? If yes, then join us for a free webinar, where we will give you an overview of the quantitative reasoning section of the GRE and also give you a detailed introduction to the key components of the GRE exam.

If you are just starting your GRE prep or are stuck at a lower quant score of around 140 to 150, this webinar will help you gain insight into the mistakes you might be making. Join us and learn how you can avoid these mistakes and plan your preparation following a few simple steps.

Live this Friday

February 16, 2024

20:00 hrs

Vivek Sharma

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Session Highlights

  • Understand the overall GRE structure & syllabus: We explain the section adaptive nature of the GRE, and break down the entire syllabus into a list of topics or concepts, making it easier for you to track your preparation.
  • Understand test taking tips or strategies to solve 4 different question types: Quantitative comparison, multiple choice (one answer choice), multiple choice (one or more answer choice), and numeric entry type.
  • Introduction to Quantitative comparison (QC): Give you an insight into the approach to compare two quantities and solving questions in less than <90 seconds with minimum effort.
  • Learn to eliminate a few answer choices by just reading the question, which will help you increase your speed and accuracy.
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Session Speaker

Vivek Sharma

Vivek Sharma

Vivek, an adept instructor, pursued his passion for teaching reasoning and aptitude. He instructs his students to "Keep It Short & Simple" in order to simplify difficult problems down into steps that students can readily follow and thus bring value to their preparation. Over the last eight years, he has trained over 4000 students, with numerous GMAT, GRE, and SAT scores published.