GRE Geometry

GRE geometry is more than just shapes! Be sure to memorize the top-tested formulas and diagram assumptions so you can ace these questions on the GRE Quant test.

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What can you assume on GRE geometry diagrams, and what can’t you assume?  First, here are a couple of practice questions. 1) Quadrilateral ABCD is a rectangle. 2)   What you can’t assume on GRE geometry problems The biggie is: no diagram is drawn to scale.  That means — if nothing is specified about the […]

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Today, we’ll cover special quadrilaterals and the facts that you should know. These will allow you to answer questions quickly and understand the basic nature of these shapes.   1) A Typical Parallelogram All parallelograms have the BIG FOUR properties: 1. Opposite sides are parallel—AB // CD, AD // BC 2. Opposite angles are congruent—∠BAD […]

Probably not. Meaning that parabolas can show up on the GRE, but probably won’t show up on the GRE you are taking. That is my initial take based on forums and students experiences. Still, parabolas, along with absolute value graphs, are included in the Practicing to Take the Revised GRE book. ETS obviously didn’t put […]