Hey guys,

when I am studying for exams in Uni I always go chapter per chapter before I move on to the next, for example when I had my maths introduction in the first term I had a clear structure of 8 different topics I need to cover ...

Which was like

1) Linear Equations ...

2) Quadratic ...

3) Geometry ...

4) Statistics ...

An so on - with the GMAT I find myself in a situation where the only difference I make now is Quant / Non Quant and maybe Problem Solving / DS.

Given that Quant covers so many different topics I think it would be way more efficient to toward my study focus mainly on one topic for a certain study day

For example -> "Wednesday 4 units of Geometry"

The problem now is that I don't really know how to part up the problems besides geometry (which is obvious) but with a lot of questions I don't really know which category they fall under

For example a lot of problems to me are just Algebra but there are certain distinctions, Algebra with a text problem, Algebra problems where you have to find a certain value given that you know that "x+..." is even (etc. I just don't know the exact names of the problems)

Then I see examples that involve Venn Diagrams so for me it is the category statistics and so on.

Long story short, I just don't know how to part up all this different topics and I haven't found a way in my

OG software to split it either. It is extremely annoying that when I want to practice medium quant question a whole bunch of different stuff shows up (for example going from statistics to geometry is not really useful to study)

Is there at least one list / guide that breaks down ALL the different topics involved in the GMAT and doesn't only seperate between DS / PS / CR ... etc.?

Thank you Guys

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