Free PCAT Quantitative Practice Test
The PCAT Quantitative Reasoning practice test is specifically designed to make sure that the test-taker is knowledgeable about the PCAT and is able to know what to expect when it is time to take the Quantitative Reasoning portion of the PCAT. The Quantitative Reasoning portion will consist of 48 multiple-choice questions that will address five main topics. These topics are as follows: Basic Math, which will cover 25 percent of the section; Algebra, which will also cover 25 percent of the section; Probability and Statistics, which will cover 18 percent; Precalculus, which will cover 18 percent; and Calculus, which will cover the remaining 14 percent.
Due to our foreknowledge of the domains of this test, we have made sure that the PCAT Quantitative Reasoning practice test will cover each of these topics very thoroughly. When taking this portion of the PCAT, you will have up to 45 minutes to complete the section.
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Last Updated: 05/18/2017