## Intro to Quantitative Comparison

Summary

The content provides a comprehensive overview of the quantitative comparison questions on the GRE, detailing the question types, strategies for answering them, and the importance of understanding the format and answer choices.

- Quantitative comparison questions are unique to the GRE and involve comparing two quantities to determine which is greater, or if they are equal, or if the relationship cannot be determined.
- There are four main question types on the GRE math section: multiple choice, multiple answer, numeric entry, and quantitative comparisons, with the latter requiring special attention due to its unique format.
- Understanding the four answer choices for quantitative comparison questions is crucial, as they remain consistent across all such questions on the GRE.
- Practical strategies for approaching these questions include memorizing the answer choices, avoiding common traps like only considering integers, and practicing with simpler math to focus on understanding the question format.
- Quantitative comparison questions tend to take less time than other math questions on the GRE, making efficiency and familiarity with the format important for test-takers.

Chapters

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Introduction to Quantitative Comparison Questions

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Understanding the Four Answer Choices

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Common Traps and How to Avoid Them

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