meg1212 wrote:
Greetings to all
I plan to appear for GMAT in 2 months and I've just started with my quant preparation.
Being an arts graduate, I find it relatively tougher than verbal. I am aiming for a decent score of 650. Could you guide me with the topics I should be focusing on in quant (considering my non-maths background) in terms of their importance?
Thanks in advance!
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Hi
meg1212Concepts being tested in GMAT MathQuantitative (46% - as approx 54% Question are being tested in Verbal) (31 Quant 36 Verbal)1. Arithmetic (40%) (12 questions approx )1) Arithmetic – General (7%) (2)2) Combinations (1.5%) (0-1)
3) Divisibility/Multiples/Factors (3%) (1)
4) Fractions/Ratios/Decimals (6.5%) (2)5) Number Properties (5%) (2)6) Percent and Interest Problems (8%) (2)7) Probability (2%) (1)
8) Remainders (1%)
9) Statistics and Sets Problems (6%) (1-2)2. Algebra (25%) (8)1) Absolute Values (1.5%) (1)
2) Algebra – General (10%) (3)3) Exponents/Powers (3%) (1)
4) Functions and Custom Characters (2%) (0-1)
5) Inequalities (5%) (1-2)6) Roots (1.5%) (0-1)
7) Sequences (2%) (0-1)
3. Words Problems (23%) (7)1) Distance/Rate Problems (2.5%) (1)
2) Mixture Problems (1.5%) (0-1)
3) Overlapping Sets (3%) (1)
4) Word Problems – General (14%) (4)5) Work/Rate Problems (2%) (1)
4) Geometry (12%) (4)1) Coordinate Geometry (2%) (1)
2) Geometry – General (10%) (3)I gave you the complete breakdown you can prefer the Highlighted topics.
Hope it help
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