Getting in time to practice for the GRE Math subject test can feel like a drag. But when you have the GRE coming up, it’s absolutely essential to be getting in practice daily. This is why we teamed up with GRE experts and created these 30 free GRE math questions of the day. In as little as 15 minutes every morning, you can be well on your way to getting in some of the GRE quantitative practice you need.
Free GRE Math Questions of the Day
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How the GRE Math Questions of the Day Works
Every morning, you will wake up to a new GRE math question of the day. Simply work through the question, click on the link provided for the solution, and see our in-depth explanations regarding the solution to this math question. After the 30 free GRE practice questions are over, stay tuned for some additional GRE freebies that we offer our students!
A Breakout of these Free GRE Math Questions
We matched the questions to reflect the types of questions you are going to see on the real GRE. You will receive 8 Arithmetic practice questions, 7 Algebra practice questions, 5 Geometry practice questions, and 10 Data Analysis practice questions broken out by concepts below:
Arithmetic (8 questions)
- Exponents and Roots
- Real Numbers
Algebra (7 questions)
- Algebraic expressions
- Rules of exponents
- Solving Linear Equations
- Solving Quadratic Equations
- Solving Linear Inequalities
Geometry (5 questions)
- Lines and angles
Data Analysis (10 questions)
- Pie chart
- Bar chart
- Line Chart
- Box or scatter plot
Similarly, we invested time into creating questions that matched the appropriate amount of question types on the real GRE math. This includes numeric entry, multiple choice (more than 1 answer), multiple choice (1 answer), and quantitative comparisons. Read more about the GRE math question types here as well as a more detailed breakdown by Magoosh here.
We hope you enjoy these free questions! As expected, we do not recommend this to be your sole GRE math prep, but simply a supplement to a comprehensive study program. For a list of our favorite GRE math courses, please see here. If you’d prefer a home study program, here’s our list of the best GRE prep books this year.