Review for the GRE revised General Test
It is crucial that you become familiar with the types of questions that appear on
the GRE test. Select any of the sections on the left to learn more about that particular
topic. Each tutorial explains clearly, and provides examples, of the types of questions
that you can expect to see on the GRE exam.
The Math Concepts
The Math Section of the tutorials at MyGRETutor reviews the major concepts that
you should be familiar with: arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis. Even
if you've been exposed to math in the last few months, you'll want to brush up on
the basics. To attain a good score on the GRE math section, you need to be familiar
with the types of questions and math concepts that appear on the exam. There are
four types of math question: single-answer multiple choice, multiple choice with
one or more answers, quantitative comparison, and numeric entry. Each of
these types of questions is explained in detail in the tutorials.
The Verbal Questions
The verbal section of the GRE revised General exam consists of reading comprehension,
text completion, and sentence equivalence questions. There are three types of reading
comprehension questions, and three different varieties of text completion questions.
Our tutorials introduce each question type, and suggest how to approach each type
The Analytic Writing Section of the GRE General Test
Finally, the writing portion of the GRE test requires you to write two essays, an
issue essay and an argument essay. These two essays are quite different. In one
of the essays you need to analyze an issue, while in the other, the argument essay,
you critique and comment on a statement that you are given.