GRE Quantitative Reasoning
The Quantitative Reasoning section is the GRE’s math section. There are a total of 2 sections, each of which contain approximately 20 questions. You are given 35 minutes per section. In each section, the questions will appear independently of one and other or as part of a series of questions called a Data Interpretation set. These types of questions refer to data presented in tables, graphs, or other forms.
You will be tested on basic math topics, including geometry, algebra, and arithmetic; with that being said, there is an emphasis on reallife scenarios and data interpretation. Thankfully, there’s an onscreen calculator to make computation less tedious and less timeconsuming. Remember though that the calculator is there to supplement your math knowledge, not replace it. The Quantitative Reasoning sections include the following types of questions:

OneAnswer Multiple Choice Questions

OneOrMore Answer Multiple Choice Questions

Numeric Entry Questions

Quantitative Comparison Questions
Quantitative Reasoning 
NUMBER OF QUESTIONS 
TYPES OF QUESTIONS 
TIME PER SECTION 

(Two Sections) 
Approximately 20 per section 

35 minutes per section 