GRE Data Analysis

GRE data analysis, also known as "data interpretation," is one of the four main concept areas you'll find in GRE math. It covers things like probability, statistics, and interpreting graphs. Learn strategies so you can speed through these questions on test day.

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Helpful Tips for the GRE Data Interpretation Section If I had to count the number of questions/concerns regarding combinations or permutations, I’d have to use some pretty mighty factorials to do so. On the other hand, if I had to count the number of times students have expressed the same misgivings regarding Data Interpretation, I’d […]

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First, a practice question about the following scenario. In a survey, 86 high school students were randomly selected and asked how many hours of television they had watched in the previous week.  The histogram below displays their answers.     1)   Histogram First, a reminder on histograms.  Histograms are not simple bar or column […]

Many quake in their boots when they hear that there will be Statistics covered on the GRE. They run to their college stats textbooks, dust off the cover, roll up their sleeves, and start computing the standard deviations of a list of twenty, three-digit numbers. Stop, if this in anyway describes you. The Statistics on […]

Consider the following question: Set T consists of all multiples of 5 from 30 to 225 inclusive Column A Column B Mean of Set T Median of Set T   A. The quantity in Column A is greater B. The quantity in Column B is greater C. The two quantities are equal D. The relationship […]

 Whenever I see a GRE resource label its counting section as “Combinations and Permutations,” a small part of me dies a little. Okay, that’s an exaggeration, but I am concerned about the misleading message that this sort of title conveys. To me, it suggests that counting questions can be solved using either permutations or combinations, […]