What should you look for when tackling the Data Sufficiency section of the GMAT test? In this episode Brian Galvin, Chief Academic Officer of Veritas Prep discusses the “anatomy of a Data Sufficiency question”. You will learn how to identify trick questions, and work with the answer choices without reading them.
Learn more about the GMAT Quantitative section in this official GMAC video. The “Quant”, along with the Verbal section, forms the core GMAT score, which may be between 200 and 800 and that business schools quote in their admission requirements.
Geometry is one of the subjects we will face in the Quantitative section of the GMAT. On the one hand, it is the smallest subject – we should expect to see around 7-9 geometry questions in a section, out of 37 in total. On the other hand, this is the GMAT topic with the most rules to be studied, and thus it requires a lot of work.
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.