GRE Math Problem Solving

Practice your math problem solving skills with our 12 tests. You shouldn't need more than three lines of working for any problem. Redraw geometry figures on your rough paper to include the information in the question.

Most of the questions have 5 answer choices only one of which is correct. Some of the questions can have 3 - 9 answer choices any number of which may be correct. Be careful to select ALL relevant answers in this type of question.

Tests 11 and 12 contain data interpretation questions. Data Interpretation question are sets of problem solving questions that refer to data in graphs and tables. These questions test your ability to read and analyse charts, tables, graphs (line graphs, bar graphs, circle graphs etc.). They require you to estimate as well as calculate.

Each test has ten questions and should take 12 minutes.

Initially don't worry too much about the time until you have a feel for the type of questions. But, by the time you have done two or three tests you should start getting tough about the time you take.

If your fundamentals are weak and you need extra help check out recommended GRE books.


Solve each problem and then click on the correct answer choice or choices. Have a sheet of paper ready for any rough work.


  • You may use a calculator
  • All numbers are real numbers
  • √x refers to the positive root of x

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