aeginotu wrote:I found this one much easier than the practice tests, but I have no (or next to no) knowledge in number theory, probability, combinatorics, and graph theory, which I felt the exam did not emphasize. I was worried after taking some of the practice exams which had many questions on those subjects.
le6tan wrote:The new GRE Math test contains usually at least 2-3 probability/combinatorics questions, at least 1-2 number theory questions(congruences,etc.) - so not knowing anything about these areas will mean that next to perfect score(64 answered questions) will be almost impossible to be attained... Anyway - I think that ETS are starting to formulate some of the questions really vaguely - even ambiguously - but whatever - there is no other way than to comply
aeginotu wrote:le6tan wrote:The new GRE Math test contains usually at least 2-3 probability/combinatorics questions, at least 1-2 number theory questions(congruences,etc.) - so not knowing anything about these areas will mean that next to perfect score(64 answered questions) will be almost impossible to be attained... Anyway - I think that ETS are starting to formulate some of the questions really vaguely - even ambiguously - but whatever - there is no other way than to comply
It did have a few that I was able to do manually(e.g. I don't know the formula, so I'd have to manually count)
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