Getting started

8 Topics
Reading Skills

Reading Skills – Sentence Level

5 Topics | 10 Drills
Reading Skills – Making Connections

3 Topics | 1 Drill
Critical Reasoning

Critical Reasoning – Inference

3 Topics
The CR Practice Tracker

3 Topics
Critical Reasoning â€“ Gap Analysis

7 Topics
Critical Reasoning – Assumptions

8 Topics
Reading Comprehension

Reading Comprehension – 1

3 Topics
Reading Comprehension – 2

2 Topics
RC Practice

6 Topics
Sentence Correction

SC – Structure and Meaning

23 Topics | 3 Drills
SC – Structure and Meaning

10 Topics
SC – Misconceptions â€“ SV, Pronouns and Verb Tenses

38 Topics | 4 Drills
SC â€“ Modifiers

8 Topics
SC â€“ Parallelism

6 Topics
SC â€“ Comparison

6 Topics
SC – Idioms

1 Topic
Quantitative Reasoning

Quant – Process/Quality of Solution

10 Topics
Quant – Ratios and Percents

11 Topics
Quant – Data Sufficiency

6 Topics
Quant – Data Sufficiency

2 Topics
Quant – Number Properties

29 Topics
Quant – Number Properties

3 Topics
Quant – Inequalities

9 Topics
Quant – Inequalities

2 Topics
Quant – Word Problems

5 Topics
Quant – Word Problems

5 Topics
Quant – Geometry

9 Topics
Quant – Geometry

12 Topics
Quant – Counting

8 Topics
Quant – Probability

8 Topics
AWA

2 Topics
Integrated Reasoning

5 Topics
Sets and Statistics

15 Topics
Mock tests

6 Topics
Office Hours

Past office hours

17 Topics
Upcoming Office Hours

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**Q.1**

If x>y, x<6, y>-3, what is the largest prime number that could be equal to x+y?

**Q.2**

If TG>0 and G is negative, which of the following must be positive?

A.T+G

B. 2T+G

C. T-G

D. G-T

E. -G-T

**Q.3**

Q.4

If x<y?

**Q.5 **

If 15 â‰¤ x â‰¤ 25, and 0.2 â‰¤ y â‰¤ 0.6, what is the greatest possible value of 3/(????âˆ—????)?

A.1/3

B. 0.6

C. 0.9

D. 1

E. 3

**Q.6 **

**Q.7**

How many of the integers that satisfy the inequality (a+1)(a+2)(a+4) â‰¥ 0 are less than 4?

A. 4

B. 5

C. 6

D. 7

E. 8

Q.8

For how many integer values of x, is |x â€“ 3| + |x + 1| + |x| < 10?

A. 0

B. 2

C. 4

D. 6

E. Infinite

**Q.9 **

If 1 > 1 – ab > 0, which of the following must be true?

I. a/b > 0

II. a/b < 1

III. ab < 1

A. I only

B. II only

C. III only

D. I and II only

E. I and III only

**Q.10 **

**Q.11 **

**Q.12**

If b < e < y+k and b-1 < w < k, then which of the following MUST be true?

I. 2b-1 < w+e < y+2k

II. 1 < e-w < y

III. b < k+2

A.I only

B.III only

C.I and II only

D.I and III only

E.II and III only

**Q.13 **

**Q.14**

**Q.15 **

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