Approximately one third of all GMAT Quant questions, across all topics, are about Data Sufficiency. This is a special GMAT question format. What makes it unique is that it asks us to do something completely different from what we are used to. In Data Sufficiency, we are not asked to solve questions at all – but only to figure out if they CAN be solved!

Algebra is the central subject we will face in the GMAT Quant section. It includes topics such as: integers, fractions, percents, ratio, decimals, expressions, equations, functions, positive and negative numbers, and more.

This is the fourth and last of our videos on Integrated Reasoning, each of which explores a different type of question we see in this section. For an explanation on what the Integrated Reasoning section is all about, watch our first video on Graphics Representation.

Welcome to our third video out of four in the Integrated Reasoning section. If you’re just joining us and want to know what this section is all about – take a look at our previous videos.

Welcome to our second video on Integrated Reasoning (IR). If you haven’t done so yet, take a look at our Graphics Interpretation video for a basic run-through of what this section is all about.