## Quantitative Comparison Lessons and MCQsQuantitative Comparison questions require much less calculation than standard problem solving. You should not take more than one minute for each problem. Do not do unnecessary calculations: compare rather than calculate.## Problem Solving FirstImportant is that you should take basic arithmetic lessons along with the advanced problem solving prior to take lessons on Quantitative Comparison Section. All the concepts used in this section are actually the extension of Problem Solving section of the test.Similarly, the strategies for Quantitative Comparison are based on the basics of problem solving. |

## For taking lesson, follow the steps## Step 1: Basic Arithmetic
Before you take quantitative Comparison lessons, you must revise basic quantitative i.e, Arithmetic , Algebra, and Geometry. ## Step 2: Quantitative ComparisonHere you'll find a series of Quantitative Comparison lessons (where you compare two quantities and decide which, if either, is greater).NOTE: On the actual exam, each Quantitative Reasoning section will include several questions in this format. They'll be mixed with multiple-choice and Numeric Entry questions. ## Practice QuestionsPracticing the section similar question brings good score. At the end of each lesson you'll find a comprehensive set of practice questions. |

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