### Overview

### Main description

**Be ready for the mathematics sections of the GRE General Test--scheduled to be revised in August 2011**

*McGraw-Hillâ€™s Conquering the New GRE Math* offers you intensive review for every kind of GRE math question. Within each topic, solved problems of gradually increasing difficulty help you build your problem-solving skills. Exercises show how each math concept is tested on the GRE. Full-length GRE math sections provide practice with questions just like those on the real test.

Features:

- Complete coverage of the new math question types scheduled to be introduced in August 2011
- Intensive drill and practice to improve your math skills to get into the graduate program of your choice
- Sample GRE math questions build your test-taking confidence
- Expertise from an author who specializes in providing instruction to students whose math skills are weak or rusty

Topics include: The GRE Quantitative Reasoning Section; The Math You Need to Review; How the Questions Are Asked; GRE Quantitative Comparison; GRE Problem-solving (Multiple-choice); GRE Data Interpretation; GRE Numeric Entry Questions; GRE Mathematics Review; Number Properties; Arithmetic Computation; Algebra; Geometry; GRE Math Practice Tests; GRE Math Practice Test 1; GRE Math Practice Test 2; GRE Math Practice Test 3

### Table of contents

** McGraw-Hill's Conquering GRE Math **

Section I Introduction

1. The GRE Quantitative Reasoning Section

2. The Math You Need to Review

** Section II How the Questions Are Asked **

3. GRE Quantitative Comparison

4. GRE Problem-solving (Multiple-choice)

5. GRE Data Interpretation

6. GRE Numeric Entry Questions

** Section III GRE Mathematics Review **

7. Number Properties

8. Arithmetic Computation

9. Algebra

10. Geometry

** Section IV GRE Math Practice Tests **

GRE Math Practice Test 1

GRE Math Practice Test 2

GRE Math Practice Test 3

### Author comments

**Robert E. Moyer, Ph.D.**, is currently an associate professor of mathematics at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, Minnesota. The coauthor of four bestselling Schaum's Outlines in mathematics, he has also written math questions for the GED and the ASVAB. From 1978 to 1990 he worked with the Georgia Assessment Program that administered the K-12 testing program in Georgia and the Georgia Teacher Certification program, writing test questions and conducting workshops for teachers who needed help passing the mathematics test for high school teachers or the mathematics portions of the elementary and middle grades teacher tests.