Advantage Testing GMAT Q&A
What math is on the GMAT?
The GMAT Quantitative Reasoning and Integrated Reasoning sections both include math questions. The Quantitative Reasoning section consists of 31 questions (problem solving and data sufficiency), encompassing topics drawn primarily from arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. The Integrated Reasoning section consists of 12 questions, encompassing multi-source reasoning, interpretation of graphics, two-part analysis, and table analysis.
Many students find the math tested on the GMAT to be challenging, but it is also learnable. With rigorous study of the concepts and practice applying them, all students can improve their GMAT math skills. In our experience, studying for the GMAT through one-on-one tutoring yields the best results because an experienced tutor can provide you with an individualized program tailored to your strengths and weaknesses and help you achieve your top score.
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