There are two main sections in the Quantitative section: Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency.
Problem Solving is the section that you are most likely to be familiar with. You have been doing these type of multiple choice math questions since grade school.
Data Sufficiency is unique to only the GMAT. You are not expected to solve the problem, but rather determine if the data given is sufficient.
Time limit of Math Section is 75 minutes
Total of 37 Quantitative questions
You should average about 2 minutes per math question
When reviewing, try using the 70-30 rule.
70% - devoted to your weaknesses
30% - devoted to reinforcing your strengths
If you do not know your strengths and weaknesses, try using our Self Assessment for a in depth evaluation.
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