Quauntitative / perimeter, An V 1
q16 answer should be B0 votes
Thank you, we will correct that problem.
How about a chat a system that helps students to interact with each other over a question they have answered and currently browsing. And this helps to get clear your concepts from peers and we are able to understand better from peers.4 votes
Yea we planned to add chat, but that will be later on.
Please add more verbal questions..3 votes
We will start working on verbal closer to fall 2015.
If p, x and y are all 0 then why denote them through different symbols?0 votes
They may be all 0’s, but also may be some other numbers according to condition: “p and x are non-negative numbers and y is a non-positive number”. That is why they are denoted by different symbols.
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The sections like Algebra, Geometry & Data Analysis of Quantitative are incomplete yet. So please update the content of the respective sections as early as possible.
Thank you.6 votes
All Quantitative section updated with problems. Some lessons are still missing but we’re working on that.
More Questions Please....!!!!!!0 votes
sir , please provide solutions for practice questions0 votes
In order to see a solution you’ll need to click the “Show solution” button in top right corner while practicing the problems.
The real stuff in gre is geometry where is it?0 votes
i couldn't find any problem for the respective topics given so i couldn't practice iam getting a blank page3 votes
Algebra and Geometry sections are not available at the moment, we’re still working on the question pool and lesson database.
Root's are very import part of vocab and are very hard to learn and master. A tutorial followed by some test (may be some game) will help us a lot.8 votes
We plan to take care of verbal part as soon as quantitative will be ready.
this problem has a mistake. the "m" should all be "n"0 votes
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