Mastering GRE Quantitative Comparison Questions

Learn the best strategies for solving Quantitative Comparison questions on the GRE!
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Understand how Quantitative Comparison questions work
Understand the 4 answer choices that always accompany these questions
Apply the most common strategies to solve Quantitative Comparison questions
Identify the best strategy to apply when solving a Quantitative Comparison question
Understand common mistakes and pitfalls to be aware of when answering Quantitative Comparison questions

Requirements

  • Basic elementary math skills
  • A desire to master quantitative reasoning questions on the GRE
  • Good listening skills
  • Note-taking materials

Description

Quantitative Comparison questions account for approximately 40% of all question in the quantitative reasoning sections of the GRE. Many students struggle with this question type because it is different from the kinds of math questions that have answered since elementary school.

To achieve a high quantitative reasoning score on the GRE, students must know how to answer this popular question type. Fortunately, students can improve their score significantly by becoming proficient in a handful of strategies.

In this course, you'll learn everything you need to know to confidently tackle this complex question type. In fact, you may come to find that Quantitative Comparison questions are actually easier than other quantitative questions.

Who this course is for:

  • All students preparing for the GRE should take this course

Course content

2 sections7 lectures37m total length
  • Introduction
    04:08

Instructor

Greenlight Test Prep
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Greenlight Test Prep is a comprehensive GRE preparation website featuring over 500 video lessons (31+ hours), and over 1600 practice questions. As part of the course, you receive ongoing instructor support. 

Your course instructor is Brent Hanneson (BSc, BEd, MEd). Brent has been teaching for over 25 years and, during that time, he has identified the GRE-specific skills required to test confidently and score higher.