You have a low GMAT Quant score and you are wondering what to do with it?
Watch this video and find out what scores are considered too low, if you can compensate for a low score, and how to improve it if that is a better strategy.
MBA Podcaster host Bob O’Keefe explores what to do with a low GMAT Quant score with GMAT expert Brian Galvin from Veritas Prep, a leading global GMAT prep provider.
Find out what scores are considered too low and what areas of the application can help a student supplement a low GMAT maths score, and learn some GMAT tips for improving your score. Also, hear how an admissions director views low GMAT scores and whether the GRE is an option for you, and run through a sample GMAT Problem Solving question.
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The guests in this informative podcast are Brian Galvin, Vice President of Academics at Veritas Prep; Sue Oldham, Associate Director of Admissions at Rice University Jones Graduate School of Business; and Isser Gallogly, Executive Director of Admissions at NYU Stern School of Business.
About the GMAT Quant section:
The GMAT Quantitative section is often feared since it requires knowledge of mathematics and quantitative skills. However, the good news is that the Quant section only requires knowledge of what is generally taught in secondary school algebra and geometry classes.
The Quant Section of the GMAT Exam consists of 37 questions, which should be answered within 75 minutes. It contains two major types of question – problem solving and data sufficiency.
The Quantitative section of the GMAT exam can help the admissions committee determine which students are capable of solving problems using quantitative data and showing good judgement when they have sufficient information to make decisions.
Enjoy watching and good luck with your GMAT preparation!