Hello Esheshsomani,
The official GMAT exam will test the candidate’s ability to manage time, handle pressure, apply the learned concept, and score better. GMAT is not as easy as we assume. GMAT math is logic, rather than general math skills.
GMAT quant score plays a vital role in achieving a score of 700+ in the overall GMAT test. Q 47+ is the score that will keep you on the hunt to apply for various courses in reputed universities and colleges. Success in GMAT Math is entirely based on vital concepts, rigorous practice, complete knowledge of math question types and patterns, quick approaches, and time-management.
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Since we are a math expert, we will recommend you go through our post on the GMAT club, which gives a complete break-down of GMAT Math questions. Overview of GMAT Math Question Types and Patterns on the GMAT:
https://gmatclub.com/forum/overview-of- ... l#p1641411After visiting the post, now is the time to start with the basics. To strengthen the basic concept on various topics like arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and word problems, you may refer to many free materials available in GMAT Club.
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Start with the lessons and complete the concept of learning. Make a habit of taking notes during the initial learning of the concepts. Try solving very easy questions by assessing practice sections.
You may also opt for a 1-on-1 tutoring session with our experts if you find that affordable. You may often refer to old high school books to learn the fundamental concept.
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