# 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.

## Most Popular GRE Data Analysis

Try some GRE data interpretation practice so that you're not thrown off on test day! Each of the GRE's 2 Quant sections will have a data interpretation set.
Check out this post to learn the basics of Data Interpretation on the GRE and perform better on Data Interpretation questions!
Looking for tips and strategies for the GRE Data Interpretation section? Magoosh has you covered! Don’t forget to apply them while practicing!
GRE expert Chris Lele discusses how many data interpretation questions you'll see on the test.

## Most Recent GRE Data Analysis

The difference between combination and permutation confuses all math students. Combination vs permutation is a tough concept that you must know for the GRE!
Having trouble applying the “does order matter” test when deciding to use the combination formula? Here’s a helpful strategy.
Wanting to know how many statistics questions you'll see on test day? GRE expert Chris Lele goes into details
Just how many probability questions will you see on test day? Is probability worth spending hours and hours studying?
Learn more about histograms on the GRE by solving a practice problem in this post by Magoosh’s Mike MᶜGarry.
Let’s talk about the best fit lines in GRE Data Interpretation! Magoosh’s Mike MᶜGarry explains scatterplot graphs in this post.
Here are a few handy facts to have up your sleeve about the Percentiles and Quartiles on the GRE Math, as well as some practice questions!
Here’s everything you need to know about the Statistics questions on the New GRE, and why you should use your intuition when approaching them.
Learn more about how to “chunk” data in order to understand it with Quartiles and the Interquartile Range on the GRE!
Need help figuring out GRE Math questions that address the Normal Distribution? Magoosh has you covered!
Here is a helpful GRE Statistics tip about the relationship of the mean and median of a set of equally spaced numbers!
For the GRE, statistics may not be the hardest thing that you face. However, it is important that you feel confident with these basic concepts!
Learn more about how an unfamiliar context can affect the combinations and permutations questions on the GRE.
Understanding Statistics questions on the GRE is becoming more sophisticated. Here are some questions to help you practice!
Are the true permutation questions frequent on the GRE? Find out why most counting questions can be solved using either the FCP or combinations!