Quantitative Comparison questions require much less calculation than standard problem solving. These questions account for approximately 35% of the GRE quantitative reasoning section. You should not take more than one minute for each problem. Do not do unnecessary calculations: compare rather than calculate.
Each test has ten questions and should take 10 minutes.
Remember that variables (x, y etc.) can be positive, negative, zero or fractions, unless the question states otherwise. So consider all the options before deciding the relationship.
Read our explanations carefully and learn from your mistakes.
Each question has two quantities to be compared: one in a box in the left hand column and one in a box in the right hand column.
Compare the quantities taking into consideration any other information given and choose
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