# GRE Quantitative Sample Questions Set iv

Categories: GRE (The Graduate Records Examination)

Questions 21-25 refer to the above charts:

Question.21. With respect to what students plan to do after receiving their liberal arts degree, what area has experienced the greatest growth from 2000 to 2004?

A. Finding part-time employment

B. Finding full-time employment

C. Unsure

D. Transferring to a four-year program

E. It can’t be determined from the information provided.

Answer: (d)

Question.22. Which statement is true about comparing the enrollment of students in the liberal arts major from 2000 and 2004?

A. The enrollment rose by about 300 students.

B. The enrollment declined by about 300 students.

C. The enrollment rose by about 30 students.

D. The enrollment declined by about 30 students.

E. None of the above statements are true.

Answer: (b)

Question.23. What percentage of students were unsure of their future plans in 2004?

A.10%

B.20%

C.25%

D.40%

E.45%

Answer: (c)

Question.24. Of the total number of students enrolled in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) majors, how many are not enrolled in a math major?

A. 267

B. 304

C.1513

D.1765

E. It can’t be determined from the information provided.

Answer: (c)

Question.25. Twenty-five new students enrolled in the school due to a recruiting effort by the engineering department. How is the percentage of engineering students enrolled in STEM majors affected?

A. It is now about 21%.

B. It is now about 25%.

C. It is now about 30%.

D. The percentage is the same.

E. It can’t be determined from the information provided.

Answer: (a)

Question.26. After declining 6%, the student body at a particular university totals 22,278 students. What was the size of the student body before the decline?

A. 22,936

B. 23,212

C. 23,700

D. 24,643

E. 37,121

Answer: (c)

**You should have an idea of the kinds of questions you might see on the GRE Verbal Quantitative portion after reading these sample questions. To score better in the test, keep up your practise and familiarise yourself with a wide variety of vocabulary words.**

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