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Revised GRE Math and Verbal Videos Set #19

Here’s another set of video explanations (one math, one verbal) of practice problems found in ETS’s Paper-based Practice Test for the Revised GRE, a PDF released by the test-makers themselves.

You can find the whole set of explanations for every practice problem here. Enjoy!

Math: Section 5, Question #19 on page 78 that begins: “From 1988 to 1991, which corporate sector decreased its support for the arts by the greatest…”


Verbal: Section 3, Question #19 on page 56: a Sentence Equivalence question that begins, “Economic competition among nations may lead to new forms of economic protectionism that hearken back to the mercantilism of an earlier age…”

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2 Responses to Revised GRE Math and Verbal Videos Set #19

  1. James February 13, 2012 at 8:40 am #

    Margarette, from what I understand the GMAT math sounds a bit more difficult than the GRE math. If I study your GMAT math questions on Magoosh, will that make me even better prepared?

    • Margarette Jung
      Margarette February 13, 2012 at 10:50 am #

      Hi, James

      Yes, GMAT Math is a bit tougher than GRE Math, so if you’re shooting for 90th percentile and above on the Math section, GMAT material makes for great practice. In Magoosh, a lot of our material for GRE/GMAT math overlap (lessons, practice questions), which is why many of our students say that our GRE Math prepared them very well for the actual GRE because it’s slightly more difficult than the standard GRE Math prep, because we do have some “GMAT” questions thrown in there. I hope that helps, feel free to let me know if you have any other questions!


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