# Archive | GRE Math Practice

Practice with test-quality GRE math questions.

See if you can crack this question that combines prime numbers with probability, two subjects on the GRE Math!
If not suitably prepared, GRE word problems can prove to be very tricky! Here are 5 sample problems along with complete explanations.
Permutations and combinations are popping up more often on the GRE. Here are a few problems to help you practice them!

Well, nobody ventured forth an answer, and that’s okay– I did preface the problem by saying none of my students was able to solve this. And there is good reason–this problem is close to the 800 level. Unless you are shooting for that score you might not even see a problem that is this difficult. That said, […]

So far none of my students have been able to answer this problem (at least not without a little nudging on my part.) Let’s see if anybody can prove the correct answer and explanation. You have 48 hours! The sides of a rectangular box when added together equal 36. Column A Column B The length […]

Set your timer at 2 minutes and try to solve this Quantitative Comparison question with huge numbers. Make sure to try Part 1 first!
Chris Lele has a tricky quantitative comparison question for you. Let’s see if you can get it in less than two minutes!