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    I found this amazing summary from GMAT Genius's review of the book on amazon:

    OVERVIEW of OFFICIAL GUIDE 2018

    The Official Guides for GMAT Review contain retired real GMAT questions, and are an essential component of your GMAT preparations. The GMAC places questions in order of increasing difficulty, based on its assessment of difficulty. The Quantitative Official Guide has no overlap with questions in the main Official Guide.

    The 2018 edition of this book contains 45 new questions out of the 300 total questions, representing 15% new content. These are new questions that we have not encountered before; they are not questions recycled from older GMAC resources.

    PROBLEM SOLVING

    This guide contains 176 Problem Solving questions. The GMAC classifies question difficulty into three categories as follows:
    Easy - 89 (51%, 4 more than 2017)
    Medium - 43 (24%, 9 fewer)
    Hard - 44 (25%, 5 more)

    The Problem Solving section contains 26 new questions, with difficulty of Easy / Medium / Hard as follows: 15 / 5 / 6. This is in lieu of 26 questions from the 2017 edition that have been removed, with difficulty of Easy / Medium / Hard as follows: 11 / 14 / 1. Unlike in prior years, the GMAC has not reclassified the difficulty of any question.

    GMAT Genius classifies question difficulty into five categories. Our assessment skews slightly more towards the center, but contains notable differences from the GMAC. Our difficulty assessment is only 76.1% correlated with the GMAC’s assessment, clearly showing that there is subjectivity involved in assessing question difficulty. Here’s our breakdown:
    Super Easy - 21 (12%, 1 fewer than 2017)
    Easy - 55 (31%, same)
    Medium - 62 (35%, 1 fewer)
    Hard - 30 (17%, 1 more)
    Very Hard - 8 (5%, 1 more)

    Although many math questions entail multiple math concepts, GMAT Genius classifies questions based on our assessment of the primary math concept. We break down the 176 Problem Solving questions as follows:
    Arithmetic - Basic: 16 (9.1%, 2 more than 2017)
    Arithmetic - Absolute Value: 3 (1.7%, same)
    Arithmetic - Divisibility/Factors/Mult.: 7 (4%, 3 fewer)
    Arithmetic - Exponents & Roots: 8 (4.5%, 1 fewer)
    Arithmetic - Fractions & Ratios: 22 (12.5%, 1 more)
    Arithmetic - Percents: 12 (6.8%, 3 fewer)
    Arithmetic - Pos/Neg & Odd/Even: 1 (0.6%, 2 fewer)
    Algebra - Inequalities: 4 (2.3%, 1 more)
    Algebra - Linear Equations: 9 (5.1%, same)
    Algebra - Quadratics: 10 (5.7%, 2 more)
    Algebra - Simultaneous Equations: 6 (3.4%, same)
    Algebra - Variables in Answers: 5 (2.8%, 1 more)
    Geometry - Circles: 4 (2.3%, same)
    Geometry - Coordinate: 5 (2.8%, same)
    Geometry - Rectangles: 5 (2.8%, same)
    Geometry - Triangles: 4 (2.3%, same)
    Geometry - Other: 4 (2.3%, same)
    Statistics - Averages: 14 (8%, 1 more)
    Statistics - Other: 3 (1.7%, same)
    Word Problems - Combinatorics: 4 (2.3%, same)
    Word Problems - Functions & Sequences: 12 (6.8%, same)
    Word Problems - Groups/Sets: 3 (1.7%, 1 more)
    Word Problems - Probability: 2 (1.1%, same)
    Word Problems - Revenue/Profit/Interest: 5 (2.8%, 1 more)
    Word Problems - Rate & Work: 8 (4.5%, 1 fewer)

    Here’s a list of the 26 new Problem Solving questions: 13, 22, 29, 31, 52, 55, 65, 70, 71, 73, 74, 75, 78, 85, 89, 92, 99, 102, 104, 117, 135, 141, 144, 156, 165, 168

    Here’s a list of the 176 Problem Solving questions categorized by primary math concept:
    Arithmetic - Basic: 2, 5, 21, 44, 45, 67, 75, 77, 85, 88, 89, 92, 94, 100, 162, 170
    Arithmetic - Absolute Value: 95, 105, 150
    Arithmetic - Divisibility/Factors/Multiples: 52, 86, 103, 114, 122, 171, 173
    Arithmetic - Exponents & Roots: 34, 36, 38, 48, 90, 112, 143, 160
    Arithmetic - Fractions & Ratios: 8, 20, 24, 35, 40, 43, 46, 49, 54, 55, 60, 64, 73, 74, 78, 83, 84, 91, 108, 136, 144, 176
    Arithmetic - Percents: 7, 17, 28, 30, 47, 59, 99, 111, 117, 118, 132, 168
    Arithmetic - Pos/Neg & Odd/Even: 14
    Algebra - Inequalities: 4, 29, 101, 163
    Algebra - Linear Equations: 3, 9, 13, 15, 18, 42, 50, 71, 98
    Algebra - Quadratics: 1, 19, 22, 33, 63, 66, 110, 121, 128, 156
    Algebra - Simultaneous Equations: 12, 25, 31, 32, 41, 133
    Algebra - Variables in Answers: 16, 39, 102, 120, 125
    Geometry - Circles: 37, 134, 151, 169
    Geometry - Coordinate: 26, 87, 96, 109, 115
    Geometry - Rectangles: 11, 27, 104, 129, 175
    Geometry - Triangles: 62, 68, 140, 164
    Geometry - Other: 23, 139, 146, 149
    Statistics - Averages: 10, 58, 61, 82, 93, 107, 119, 126, 131, 135, 147, 148, 153, 161
    Statistics - Other: 72, 79, 81
    Word Problems - Combinatorics: 152, 154, 155, 157
    Word Problems - Functions & Sequences: 53, 56, 69, 76, 80, 116, 127, 137, 138, 145, 159, 166
    Word Problems - Groups/Sets: 106, 141, 142
    Word Problems - Probability: 158, 167
    Word Problems - Revenue/Profit/Interest: 6, 65, 124, 165, 172
    Word Problems - Rate & Work: 51, 57, 70, 97, 113, 123, 130, 174

    DATA SUFFICIENCY

    This guide contains 124 Data Sufficiency questions. The GMAC classifies question difficulty into three categories as follows:
    Easy - 27 (22%, 1 more than 2017)
    Medium - 33 (27%, 2 more)
    Hard - 64 (52%, 3 fewer)

    In the Data Sufficiency section, questions are not fully presented in order of progressive difficulty, contrary to what the back cover of the book claims. Based on difficulty levels provided in the online version, Medium and Hard difficulty questions are interspersed. The following lists the question numbers for each difficulty level:
    Easy - 177-203
    Medium - 204-235, 239
    Hard - 236-238, 240-300

    The Data Sufficiency section contains 19 new questions, with difficulty of Easy / Medium / Hard as follows: 2 / 6 / 11. This is in lieu of 19 questions from the 2017 edition that have been removed, with difficulty of Easy / Medium / Hard as follows: 1 / 4 / 14. The GMAC has not reclassified the difficulty of any question.

    GMAT Genius classifies question difficulty into five categories. Our assessment skews significantly towards the easier side, and contains notable differences from the GMAC. Our difficulty assessment is only 68.5% correlated with the GMAC’s assessment, demonstrating tremendous subjectivity involved in assessing question difficulty. Here’s our breakdown:
    Super Easy - 12 (10%, 1 more than 2017)
    Easy - 25 (20%, 3 fewer)
    Medium - 54 (44%, same)
    Hard - 27 (22%, 2 more)
    Very Hard - 6 (5%, same)

    Although many math questions entail multiple math concepts, GMAT Genius classifies questions based on our assessment of the primary math concept. We break down the 124 Data Sufficiency questions as follows:
    Arithmetic - Basic: 3 (2.4%, 2 fewer than 2017)
    Arithmetic - Absolute Value: 1 (0.8%, same)
    Arithmetic - Divisibility/Factors/Mult.: 8 (6.5%, 2 more)
    Arithmetic - Exponents & Roots: 12 (9.7%, 1 fewer)
    Arithmetic - Fractions & Ratios: 8 (6.5%, same)
    Arithmetic - Percents: 6 (4.8%, same)
    Arithmetic - Pos/Neg & Odd/Even: 5 (4%, same)
    Arithmetic - Primes: 3 (2.4%, 1 more)
    Algebra - Inequalities: 12 (9.7%, 2 more)
    Algebra - Linear Equations: 3 (2.4%, same)
    Algebra - Quadratics: 7 (5.6%, 2 more)
    Algebra - Simultaneous Equations: 9 (7.3%, 5 fewer)
    Geometry - Circles: 6 (4.8%, 1 more)
    Geometry - Coordinate: 4 (3.2%, same)
    Geometry - Rectangles: 3 (2.4%, same)
    Geometry - Triangles: 3 (2.4%, same)
    Geometry - Other: 2 (1.6%, same)
    Statistics - Averages: 6 (4.8%, same)
    Statistics - Other: 5 (4%, same)
    Word Problems - Functions & Sequences: 7 (5.6%, same)
    Word Problems - Groups/Sets: 4 (3.2%, 1 more)
    Word Problems - Probability: 1 (0.8%, 1 fewer)
    Word Problems - Revenue/Profit/Interest: 2 (1.6%, same)
    Word Problems - Rate & Work: 4 (3.2%, same)

    Here’s a list of the 19 new Data Sufficiency questions: 178, 193, 215, 216, 224, 226, 231, 239, 244, 246, 247, 257, 270, 281, 283, 285, 291, 295, 296

    Here’s a list of the 124 Data Sufficiency questions categorized by primary math concept:
    Arithmetic - Basic: 177, 180, 234
    Arithmetic - Absolute Value: 214
    Arithmetic - Divisibility/Factors/Multiples: 221, 224, 238, 247, 257, 272, 296, 297
    Arithmetic - Exponents & Roots: 184, 210, 226, 240, 251, 254, 267, 268, 271, 282, 285, 300
    Arithmetic - Fractions & Ratios: 182, 190, 201, 204, 233, 243, 255, 295
    Arithmetic - Percents: 193, 199, 208, 222, 253, 266
    Arithmetic - Pos/Neg & Odd/Even: 189, 196, 198, 213, 237
    Arithmetic - Primes: 219, 270, 281
    Algebra - Inequalities: 181, 188, 192, 200, 206, 215, 227, 231, 249, 252, 263, 276
    Algebra - Linear Equations: 195, 218, 250
    Algebra - Quadratics: 232, 239, 259, 265, 273, 279, 283
    Algebra - Simultaneous Equations: 178, 202, 203, 217, 223, 230, 242, 269, 284
    Geometry - Circles: 209, 216, 236, 256, 258, 278
    Geometry - Coordinate: 191, 260, 290, 299
    Geometry - Rectangles: 179, 185, 248
    Geometry - Triangles: 261, 275, 291
    Geometry - Other: 205, 207
    Statistics - Averages: 194, 211, 228, 241, 244, 245
    Statistics - Other: 225, 229, 235, 262, 294
    Word Problems - Functions & Sequences: 197, 220, 264, 277, 280, 286, 287
    Word Problems - Groups/Sets: 246, 274, 288, 293
    Word Problems - Probability: 292
    Word Problems - Revenue/Profit/Interest: 183, 186
    Word Problems - Rate & Work: 187, 212, 289, 298

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    juliasbarreto Newbie | Next Rank: 10 Posts
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    Post Fri Jun 30, 2017 6:13 am
    Thanks for this, but I am looking for the same as you find but for the OG "QUANTITATIVE" Review book. The one that comes with only math questions... Do you have for this?


    barksdale wrote:
    I found this amazing summary from GMAT Genius's review of the book on amazon:

    OVERVIEW of OFFICIAL GUIDE 2018

    The Official Guides for GMAT Review contain retired real GMAT questions, and are an essential component of your GMAT preparations. The GMAC places questions in order of increasing difficulty, based on its assessment of difficulty. The Quantitative Official Guide has no overlap with questions in the main Official Guide.

    The 2018 edition of this book contains 45 new questions out of the 300 total questions, representing 15% new content. These are new questions that we have not encountered before; they are not questions recycled from older GMAC resources.

    PROBLEM SOLVING

    This guide contains 176 Problem Solving questions. The GMAC classifies question difficulty into three categories as follows:
    Easy - 89 (51%, 4 more than 2017)
    Medium - 43 (24%, 9 fewer)
    Hard - 44 (25%, 5 more)

    The Problem Solving section contains 26 new questions, with difficulty of Easy / Medium / Hard as follows: 15 / 5 / 6. This is in lieu of 26 questions from the 2017 edition that have been removed, with difficulty of Easy / Medium / Hard as follows: 11 / 14 / 1. Unlike in prior years, the GMAC has not reclassified the difficulty of any question.

    GMAT Genius classifies question difficulty into five categories. Our assessment skews slightly more towards the center, but contains notable differences from the GMAC. Our difficulty assessment is only 76.1% correlated with the GMAC’s assessment, clearly showing that there is subjectivity involved in assessing question difficulty. Here’s our breakdown:
    Super Easy - 21 (12%, 1 fewer than 2017)
    Easy - 55 (31%, same)
    Medium - 62 (35%, 1 fewer)
    Hard - 30 (17%, 1 more)
    Very Hard - 8 (5%, 1 more)

    Although many math questions entail multiple math concepts, GMAT Genius classifies questions based on our assessment of the primary math concept. We break down the 176 Problem Solving questions as follows:
    Arithmetic - Basic: 16 (9.1%, 2 more than 2017)
    Arithmetic - Absolute Value: 3 (1.7%, same)
    Arithmetic - Divisibility/Factors/Mult.: 7 (4%, 3 fewer)
    Arithmetic - Exponents & Roots: 8 (4.5%, 1 fewer)
    Arithmetic - Fractions & Ratios: 22 (12.5%, 1 more)
    Arithmetic - Percents: 12 (6.8%, 3 fewer)
    Arithmetic - Pos/Neg & Odd/Even: 1 (0.6%, 2 fewer)
    Algebra - Inequalities: 4 (2.3%, 1 more)
    Algebra - Linear Equations: 9 (5.1%, same)
    Algebra - Quadratics: 10 (5.7%, 2 more)
    Algebra - Simultaneous Equations: 6 (3.4%, same)
    Algebra - Variables in Answers: 5 (2.8%, 1 more)
    Geometry - Circles: 4 (2.3%, same)
    Geometry - Coordinate: 5 (2.8%, same)
    Geometry - Rectangles: 5 (2.8%, same)
    Geometry - Triangles: 4 (2.3%, same)
    Geometry - Other: 4 (2.3%, same)
    Statistics - Averages: 14 (8%, 1 more)
    Statistics - Other: 3 (1.7%, same)
    Word Problems - Combinatorics: 4 (2.3%, same)
    Word Problems - Functions & Sequences: 12 (6.8%, same)
    Word Problems - Groups/Sets: 3 (1.7%, 1 more)
    Word Problems - Probability: 2 (1.1%, same)
    Word Problems - Revenue/Profit/Interest: 5 (2.8%, 1 more)
    Word Problems - Rate & Work: 8 (4.5%, 1 fewer)

    Here’s a list of the 26 new Problem Solving questions: 13, 22, 29, 31, 52, 55, 65, 70, 71, 73, 74, 75, 78, 85, 89, 92, 99, 102, 104, 117, 135, 141, 144, 156, 165, 168

    Here’s a list of the 176 Problem Solving questions categorized by primary math concept:
    Arithmetic - Basic: 2, 5, 21, 44, 45, 67, 75, 77, 85, 88, 89, 92, 94, 100, 162, 170
    Arithmetic - Absolute Value: 95, 105, 150
    Arithmetic - Divisibility/Factors/Multiples: 52, 86, 103, 114, 122, 171, 173
    Arithmetic - Exponents & Roots: 34, 36, 38, 48, 90, 112, 143, 160
    Arithmetic - Fractions & Ratios: 8, 20, 24, 35, 40, 43, 46, 49, 54, 55, 60, 64, 73, 74, 78, 83, 84, 91, 108, 136, 144, 176
    Arithmetic - Percents: 7, 17, 28, 30, 47, 59, 99, 111, 117, 118, 132, 168
    Arithmetic - Pos/Neg & Odd/Even: 14
    Algebra - Inequalities: 4, 29, 101, 163
    Algebra - Linear Equations: 3, 9, 13, 15, 18, 42, 50, 71, 98
    Algebra - Quadratics: 1, 19, 22, 33, 63, 66, 110, 121, 128, 156
    Algebra - Simultaneous Equations: 12, 25, 31, 32, 41, 133
    Algebra - Variables in Answers: 16, 39, 102, 120, 125
    Geometry - Circles: 37, 134, 151, 169
    Geometry - Coordinate: 26, 87, 96, 109, 115
    Geometry - Rectangles: 11, 27, 104, 129, 175
    Geometry - Triangles: 62, 68, 140, 164
    Geometry - Other: 23, 139, 146, 149
    Statistics - Averages: 10, 58, 61, 82, 93, 107, 119, 126, 131, 135, 147, 148, 153, 161
    Statistics - Other: 72, 79, 81
    Word Problems - Combinatorics: 152, 154, 155, 157
    Word Problems - Functions & Sequences: 53, 56, 69, 76, 80, 116, 127, 137, 138, 145, 159, 166
    Word Problems - Groups/Sets: 106, 141, 142
    Word Problems - Probability: 158, 167
    Word Problems - Revenue/Profit/Interest: 6, 65, 124, 165, 172
    Word Problems - Rate & Work: 51, 57, 70, 97, 113, 123, 130, 174

    DATA SUFFICIENCY

    This guide contains 124 Data Sufficiency questions. The GMAC classifies question difficulty into three categories as follows:
    Easy - 27 (22%, 1 more than 2017)
    Medium - 33 (27%, 2 more)
    Hard - 64 (52%, 3 fewer)

    In the Data Sufficiency section, questions are not fully presented in order of progressive difficulty, contrary to what the back cover of the book claims. Based on difficulty levels provided in the online version, Medium and Hard difficulty questions are interspersed. The following lists the question numbers for each difficulty level:
    Easy - 177-203
    Medium - 204-235, 239
    Hard - 236-238, 240-300

    The Data Sufficiency section contains 19 new questions, with difficulty of Easy / Medium / Hard as follows: 2 / 6 / 11. This is in lieu of 19 questions from the 2017 edition that have been removed, with difficulty of Easy / Medium / Hard as follows: 1 / 4 / 14. The GMAC has not reclassified the difficulty of any question.

    GMAT Genius classifies question difficulty into five categories. Our assessment skews significantly towards the easier side, and contains notable differences from the GMAC. Our difficulty assessment is only 68.5% correlated with the GMAC’s assessment, demonstrating tremendous subjectivity involved in assessing question difficulty. Here’s our breakdown:
    Super Easy - 12 (10%, 1 more than 2017)
    Easy - 25 (20%, 3 fewer)
    Medium - 54 (44%, same)
    Hard - 27 (22%, 2 more)
    Very Hard - 6 (5%, same)

    Although many math questions entail multiple math concepts, GMAT Genius classifies questions based on our assessment of the primary math concept. We break down the 124 Data Sufficiency questions as follows:
    Arithmetic - Basic: 3 (2.4%, 2 fewer than 2017)
    Arithmetic - Absolute Value: 1 (0.8%, same)
    Arithmetic - Divisibility/Factors/Mult.: 8 (6.5%, 2 more)
    Arithmetic - Exponents & Roots: 12 (9.7%, 1 fewer)
    Arithmetic - Fractions & Ratios: 8 (6.5%, same)
    Arithmetic - Percents: 6 (4.8%, same)
    Arithmetic - Pos/Neg & Odd/Even: 5 (4%, same)
    Arithmetic - Primes: 3 (2.4%, 1 more)
    Algebra - Inequalities: 12 (9.7%, 2 more)
    Algebra - Linear Equations: 3 (2.4%, same)
    Algebra - Quadratics: 7 (5.6%, 2 more)
    Algebra - Simultaneous Equations: 9 (7.3%, 5 fewer)
    Geometry - Circles: 6 (4.8%, 1 more)
    Geometry - Coordinate: 4 (3.2%, same)
    Geometry - Rectangles: 3 (2.4%, same)
    Geometry - Triangles: 3 (2.4%, same)
    Geometry - Other: 2 (1.6%, same)
    Statistics - Averages: 6 (4.8%, same)
    Statistics - Other: 5 (4%, same)
    Word Problems - Functions & Sequences: 7 (5.6%, same)
    Word Problems - Groups/Sets: 4 (3.2%, 1 more)
    Word Problems - Probability: 1 (0.8%, 1 fewer)
    Word Problems - Revenue/Profit/Interest: 2 (1.6%, same)
    Word Problems - Rate & Work: 4 (3.2%, same)

    Here’s a list of the 19 new Data Sufficiency questions: 178, 193, 215, 216, 224, 226, 231, 239, 244, 246, 247, 257, 270, 281, 283, 285, 291, 295, 296

    Here’s a list of the 124 Data Sufficiency questions categorized by primary math concept:
    Arithmetic - Basic: 177, 180, 234
    Arithmetic - Absolute Value: 214
    Arithmetic - Divisibility/Factors/Multiples: 221, 224, 238, 247, 257, 272, 296, 297
    Arithmetic - Exponents & Roots: 184, 210, 226, 240, 251, 254, 267, 268, 271, 282, 285, 300
    Arithmetic - Fractions & Ratios: 182, 190, 201, 204, 233, 243, 255, 295
    Arithmetic - Percents: 193, 199, 208, 222, 253, 266
    Arithmetic - Pos/Neg & Odd/Even: 189, 196, 198, 213, 237
    Arithmetic - Primes: 219, 270, 281
    Algebra - Inequalities: 181, 188, 192, 200, 206, 215, 227, 231, 249, 252, 263, 276
    Algebra - Linear Equations: 195, 218, 250
    Algebra - Quadratics: 232, 239, 259, 265, 273, 279, 283
    Algebra - Simultaneous Equations: 178, 202, 203, 217, 223, 230, 242, 269, 284
    Geometry - Circles: 209, 216, 236, 256, 258, 278
    Geometry - Coordinate: 191, 260, 290, 299
    Geometry - Rectangles: 179, 185, 248
    Geometry - Triangles: 261, 275, 291
    Geometry - Other: 205, 207
    Statistics - Averages: 194, 211, 228, 241, 244, 245
    Statistics - Other: 225, 229, 235, 262, 294
    Word Problems - Functions & Sequences: 197, 220, 264, 277, 280, 286, 287
    Word Problems - Groups/Sets: 246, 274, 288, 293
    Word Problems - Probability: 292
    Word Problems - Revenue/Profit/Interest: 183, 186
    Word Problems - Rate & Work: 187, 212, 289, 298

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    Post Mon Jul 03, 2017 6:02 pm

    hi juliasbarreto,

    I did a broad categorization of the 2017 GMAT Quantitative Review. The problems are segmented in to broad categories of Number Theory, Algebra, etc. Here is the link to the page: http://www.gmatquantum.com/blog/topic-segmentation-of-gmat-quant-review-2017.html

    Cheers,
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