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Revised GRE Math and Verbal Videos Set #20

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 #20 on page 78 that begins: “Of the retail sector’s 1991 contribution to the arts, 1/4 went to symphony orchestras and 1/2 of the remainder went to public television. Approximately how many million dollars more did the retail sector contribute to public television…”

Verbal: Section 3, Question #20 on page 57: an RC question on the passage about brain processes that begins, “Based on information contained in the passage, which of the following chains of events would most closely conform to the classical conception…”

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3 Responses to Revised GRE Math and Verbal Videos Set #20

1. James February 25, 2012 at 8:15 am #

Could you guys post a few math questions involving finding the largest and smallest possible integer of a given set of integers, except the integers aren’t given but they give you the mean? I seem to be having trouble grasping those concepts.

• Chris February 27, 2012 at 1:33 pm #

Coming up! I’ll post a set that has similar questions. Should be up by next week 🙂

• James February 28, 2012 at 6:39 am #

Thanks Chris!

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