Numeric entry questions require you to solve a problem and enter your answer in the space provided. Numeric entry questions account for approximately 10% of the GRE quantitative reasoning section.

*Each test has ten questions and should take 12 minutes.*

In our tests we allow you to enter up to four digits. You can use any digit from 0 to 9 and you can use a decimal point or a slash (/). Use a slash to indicate a fraction.

- Practice Numeric Entry Test 1
- Practice Numeric Entry Test 2
- Practice Numeric Entry Test 3
- Practice Numeric Entry Test 4
- Practice Numeric Entry Test 5
- Practice Numeric Entry Test 6
- Practice Numeric Entry Test 7
- Practice Numeric Entry Test 8
- Practice Numeric Entry Test 9
- Practice Numeric Entry Test 10
- Practice Numeric Entry Test 11
- Practice Numeric Entry Test 12

Solve each question and enter the answer in the spaces provided. Use any of the symbols 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0, . , /.

Notes:

- Use a calculator when needed
- Do rough work on a sheet of paper
- Remember to answer as accurately as possible
- Do not enter a zero before a decimal point in a fractional answer (for example, enter .667 rather than 0.66)
- Do not use mixed fractions (you cannot enter 1 and a half as a fraction; use 1.5 or 3/2)