Understanding The GMAT Quantitative Section

by on September 17th, 2009

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The GMAT Quantitative Section is designed to test your content and analytical knowledge of basic math concepts, including arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. The section consists of two question types: Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving. Watch this video from Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions to learn more about this important section and practice a data sufficiency problem.

5 comments

  • after writing gmat exam can we work for 3years and get admission for mba program in any of the good universities?

    • You sure can. 3 years is less than average but in the zone for top MBA programs. And GMAT scores are good for 5 years.

  • How would a top MBA college (read Harvard, Wharton) react to a student who has already completed his/her post graduation in management (MBA) from a relatively not so famous campus and still wants to apply for MBA programs after say 2-3 years of work-ex post MBA?

    • Depends how you defend it.... there are so many excuses!

  • Hi,
    There is an enormous data on websites and other modes for cracking the GMAT exam. What books would you strictly recommend to stick to, to ensure a 700+ score on the final day?

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