Quantitative Comparison questions require much less calculation than standard problem solving. These questions account for approximately 35% of the GRE quantitative reasoning section. You should not take more than one minute for each problem. Do not do unnecessary calculations: compare rather than calculate.

*Each test has ten questions and should take 10 minutes.*

Remember that variables (*x*, *y* etc.) can be positive, negative, zero or fractions, unless the question states otherwise. So consider all the options before deciding the relationship.

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Each question has two quantities to be compared: one in a box in the left hand column and one in a box in the right hand column.

Notes:

Compare the quantities taking into consideration any other information given and choose

- Answer A - if the quantity on the left is greater
- Answer B - if the quantity on the right is greater
- Answer C - if both are equal
- Answer D - if the relationship cannot be determined without further information.