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New GRE Math Problems – More Tips and Techniques

You won't see calculus on the New GRE!

In the last math post we talked about how the new GRE is putting more emphasis on word problems. However, there are plenty of pure algebra problems on the new test. Here’s a couple of good examples of the types of algebra problems you might see.

 

1. This first problem involves two equations and two variables. You may have learned how to do a problem like this in school with your graphing calculator. Unfortunately, you won’t have that available to you for the GRE. Continue reading “New GRE Math Problems – More Tips and Techniques” »