Before you start preparing for GRE for 2015 season, you must know the syllabus for GRE Revised General Test. It is often observed that GRE aspirants get confused whether a question is from GRE Quant syllabus or not. Since you have very limited time for preparation, you must not spend your time and effort on questions that are not from GRE topics.

Following is the list of Quant (Maths) topics published by ETS for GRE Revised General Test for year 2015

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Following is the list of Quant (Maths) topics published by ETS for GRE Revised General Test for year 2015

- ARITHMETIC
- Integers
- Decimals
- Real Numbers
- Fractions
- Exponents and Roots
- Ratio
- Percent
- ALGEBRA
- Operations with Algebraic Expressions
- Rules of Exponents
- Solving Linear Equations
- Solving Quadratic Equations
- Solving Linear Inequalities
- Functions
- Applications
- Coordinate Geometry
- Graphs of Functions
- GEOMETRY
- Lines and Angles
- Polygons
- Triangles
- Quadrilaterals
- Circles
- Three-Dimensional Figures
- DATA ANALYSIS
- Graphical Methods for Describing Data
- Numerical Methods for Describing Data
- Counting Methods
- Probability
- Distributions of Data, Random Variables, and Probability Distributions
- Data Interpretation Examples

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Source: GRE Math Review

It's also harder for the schools to compare with the GRE scores, though ETS seems to be doing a good job of changing that. Still, at least for now, the GMAT seems to be the test for people who are looking only at the MBA.

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