The GMAT Quantitative Section is designed to test your content and analytical knowledge of basic math concepts, including arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. The section consists of two question types: Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving. No calculators are aloud.
GMAT Problem Solving Questions
Problem Solving is a classic question type on standardized tests. You are presented with a question and given five possible answer choices. Some questions will contain diagrams which may be drawn to scale—meaning you can "eyeball" them to estimate measurements and size relationships.
Problem Solving Example and Strategy
GMAT Data Sufficiency Questions
Data Sufficiency questions consist of a question and two statements of data. Your task is to determine whether the two statements provide sufficient data to answer the question. This question type really requires you to quickly identify what information you would need to know and to efficiently eliminate answer choices.
Data Sufficiency Example and Strategy