Need help with Arithmetic, Fractions, or Decimals? Need help beating the clock?
Volume 1 of Master Key to the GRE is the only guide to GRE math that will teach you everything you need to know about Arithmetic, Fractions, Decimals, and time-saving Plan B Strategies.
Get a sense of how to use our books, how to study properly for the GRE, and how to access our online video content.
Read about the structure and scoring system of the GRE. Learn how to sign up for the exam and report your scores.
Get an in-depth sense of how the GRE’s scoring system works and what you can do to maximize your performance on test day.
Whether you’re aiming for a perfect score or a score closer to average, mastery of the following lists and concepts will help you work with numbers more quickly and easily.
Like the lists and concepts above, the following shortcuts will improve the speed of your calculations. That speed will save you valuable minutes over the course of your exam.
There’s no substitute for elbow grease. Practice your new skills to ensure that you internalize what you’ve studied.
Our first group of strategies contains tips for avoiding difficult or time-consuming arithmetic.
The following sections will show you how to use the answer choices to your advantage.
Picking numbers is a great way of turning confusing, abstract problems into simple, less intimidating ones.
Our final group of “Plan B” strategies is a small collection of tips for guessing.
Practice your new skills to ensure that you internalize what you’ve studied.
Whether you’re aiming for a perfect score or a score closer to average, mastery of the following concepts is essential.
The following concepts are either advanced or are tested only on rare occasions. If you don’t need an elite math score, don’t waste your time!
There’s no substitute for elbow grease. Practice your new skills to ensure that you internalize what you’ve studied.
Whether you’re aiming for a perfect score or a score closer to average, mastery of the following concepts is essential.
The following concepts are either advanced or are tested only on rare occasions. If you don’t need an elite math score, don’t waste your time!
There’s no substitute for elbow grease. Practice your new skills to ensure that you internalize what you’ve studied.