provides a free introductory course for the GMAT. This guide is designed to get your math and verbal skills up to speed so that you can make the most from a classroom or online GMAT course.
5. GMAT Math Tutorials
The quantitative section of the GMAT measures basic mathematical skills, understanding of elementary concepts and the ability to reason quantitatively, solve quantitative problems, and interpret graphic data.

The multiple choice Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency types are intermingled throughout the 37 questions that you need to solve in 75 minutes.

Problem Solving questions are designed to test basic mathematical skills, understanding of elementary mathematical concepts, and the ability to reason quantitatively and to solve quantitative problems.

Preparing for the GMAT Quantitative section would involve learning and mastering concepts in:

  • Arithmetic
  • Elementary Algebra
  • Basic Geometry
  • Data Sufficiency

01. Introduction to Numbers
02. LCM, HCF and Indices
03. Linear Equations and Averages
04. Ratio, Variation, Alligation and Work & Pipes
05. Time, Speed, Distance and Races

06. Algebraic Expressions and Operations
07. Quadratic Equations and Inequalities
08. Permutations & Combinations
09. Probability
10. Sequences & Series

11. Lines, Angles, Co-ordinate Geometry
12. Triangles, and other Polygons
13. Circle and Mensuration
14. Trigonometry

Data Sufficiency
15. Introduction to Data Sufficiency

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