# GRE Math Question Types

There are four GRE math question types. (1) Quantitative Comparison Questions: you determine the relationship between the values in two columns. (2) Multiple-choice questions where you select one answer choice: the usual format with five answer choices. (3) Multiple-choice questions where you select one or more answer choices: there can be more than one correct answer! (4) Numeric Entry questions: your basic fill-in-the-blank question. Each question type requires a different strategy, so it's important to study them all!

## Most Popular GRE Math Question Types

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