GRE QUANT (Quantitative Aptitude) Online Test

English language has 26 alphabets, out of 4 distinct vowels and 7 distinct consonants, how many letter patterns can be made with each is to contain 3 distinct consonants and 2 distinct vowels?
25200
25300
25400
25500
25800

The quantity in column A is greater.
The quantity in column B is greater.
The quantities are equal.
The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
A dice is rolled until it shows up a four. What is the probability of the sixth trial being the final trial?
55/66
45/76
55/76
75/66
55/76

The quantity in column A is greater.
The quantity in column B is greater.
The quantities are equal.
The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

The quantity in column A is greater.
The quantity in column B is greater.
The quantities are equal.
The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
A hose starts filling an empty tank at 5’O clock in the morning and can fill it completely by 9’O clock that morning itself. But due to leakage at the bottom of the tank, 1/3rd of the tank would still remain empty by 9’O clock. Now, if the leakage is stopped at that time, at what time will the tank be filled by this hose?
10:20 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
10:40 a.m.
10:50 a.m.
11:10 am
The roots of a quadratic equation are positive, with their product being 144 and their difference is 10. Then what would be the quadratic equation whose roots are three less than the roots of this equation.
x² – 10x + 75 = 0
x² – 20x + 75 = 0
x² – 20x + 95 = 0
x² + 20x + 75 = 0
Amazon sells 3 types of e-books for its Kindle, these are Premium, Standard, and Omni, costing are $32, $19 and $16 respectively. The amount it earns by selling these e-books in 1st hour Week1 is $386 only. If it had sold at most 2 eBooks more of Standard type than that of Premium type and if he has sold at least 3 eBooks more of type Omni type than of Standard type, then what is the number of eBooks of Omni type that it sold?
7
8
9
10
Cannot be determined
If Zavin writes the co-efficient of x incorrectly, while writing a quadratic equation, and finds the roots as –2 and 8. Shabina makes a mistake in writing the constant term and finds the roots as 3 and 9. Find the correct equation
x2 – 12x – 16 = 0
x2 + 12x – 16 = 0
x2 – 12x + 16 = 0
x2 + 12x + 16 = 0
Cannot be determined

The quantity in column A is greater.
The quantity in column B is greater.
The quantities are equal.
The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
Find the number of sides in a polygon if its interior angle is 165°.
20
22
24
26
Gavin can develop specific software in 15 days, while Kevin takes 30 days to complete it. However, Kevin do not have more than 3 days to devote, therefore he works along with Kevin for only first 3 days of the projects and leaves Kevin to finish the project on his own. Can you find how many days will Kevin need to finish the project now?
Less than 20 days
21 days
22 days
23 days
More than 25 days

The quantity in column A is greater.
The quantity in column B is greater.
The quantities are equal.
The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
Tap A and Tap B can fill a splash pool in 3 hours and 4 hours respectively, while an outlet valve can empty it in 6 hours. If the splash pool is completely dry and both the taps as well as the outlet valve are opened simultaneously, how many hours will take to have the splash pool half full?
Less than 1 hour
Between 1 hr and 1 hr-15 min
Between 1 hr-15 min and 1 hr-30 min
Between 1 hr-30 min and 1 hr- 45 min
More than 1 hr-45 minutes
Maddex Town has 12,000 dwellers. 7/12th of them are males, while the rest are females. If 40% of the males are married (there are no widowers, divorcees or married males living single), and all marriages are monogamous and married people have their spouses living with them. What percentages of females are married in Maddex Town?
<50 %
52 %
56 %
58 %
60%
Description:

The test contains 15 questions based on Problem Solving and Quantitative Comparisons which are asked in the Quantitative Aptitude section as per original GRE test. Here, we have 10 questions of Problem Solving type and 5 questions of Quantitative Comparison (QC) type, and all are based on various concepts of Number Systems, Arithmetic, Algebra and Geometry, Probability etc which are among the frequently asked topics in the original GRE test. The GRE writers often bring simple problems where in you are to analyze the situations and apply the fundamental concepts of mathematics. An attempt has been made to keep the language of the questions very simple.

Discussion

Sourin

No comparative score list :'(

1807 days 17 hours 44 minutes ago

Sri Ranga K M

great material.....

2157 days 20 hours 36 minutes ago

Sameer

nice test bro thank you

2536 days 3 hours 2 minutes ago

prakhal

Answer of question no. 9 should be "cannot be determined"
In the explanation it has been assumed that co-coefficient of x2(x square) is ONE(1). While it hasn't been mentioned in the question.
Sum of products of a quadratic equation is co-coefficient of x/ co-coefficient of x square

2764 days 12 hours 44 minutes ago

Somya

Questions difficulty level is good , but are not lucid , lot of spelling mistakes and improper word usage. I guess a review is needed for the questions language.

2817 days 13 hours 29 minutes ago

sumanth

its ok but nt understand qustions tell clear

3713 days 21 hours 46 minutes ago

braja gopal mohanty

very fantastic

4091 days 23 hours 14 minutes ago

VENU

Question is not clear. whether kevin joined gavin or gavin joined kevin?

4106 days 4 hours 38 minutes ago

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