Hello all,
I scored a 580 in my GMAT last summer and decided to retake it now. I bought the GMAT™ Enhanced Score Report with the following performance in Quant:
Value/Order/Factors: 33%
Counting/sets/series: 40%
Geometry: 50%
Rates, Ratio, Percents: 66%
Equalities/Ineq./Algebra: 75%
I was pretty shocked and didnt realize that my core weakness is in the Value/Order/Factors section. Thus I'd like to practice this especially. Can somebody recommend practice questions where I can target these especially? Unfortunately the question bank from gmatclub doesnt let me filter in that granularity. I have completed the OG2017 Quant Q. already and will probably buy and tackle the MAT®
Official Guide Quantitative Review 2019 next.
Thanks in advance!
For your information, Value/Order/Factors comprises the following:
Value/Order/Factors
This group includes the following types of questions:
Absolute Value
Problems whose primary focus involves the use of, or the properties of, the absolute value function, where absolute value represents magnitude (i.e. Distance from 0).
Computation - Decimals
Problems for which one or more of the four basic operations—addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division—are applied to numbers in decimal form.
Exponents
Problems whose primary focus involves some familiarity of the meaning and properties of exponents. For example, a problem asking for the solutions to x^4 - 16 = 0 would not belong to this category, even though the exponentiated term x^4 appears, but a problem for which (x^2)(x^3) is needed to be rewritten as x^5 would belong to this category.
Factors, Multiples, Divisibles
Problems whose primary focus is on divisibility properties of positive integers, such as their factors, their multiples, prime numbers, the gcf (greatest common factor) of two or more positive integers, the lcm (least common multiple) of two or more positive integers, etc.
Number Line & Order
Problems whose primary focus involves the use of order, other basic properties of a number line and the ideas of total or partial ordering, such as soccer team seedings in a tournament or an organization chart for a company.
Place Value
Problems whose primary focus involves the use of place value for decimal numerals.
Positive and Negative Numbers
Problems whose primary focus involves the preservation or non-preservation of signs when signed numbers are added, subtracted, multiplied, divided, exponentiated, etc.
Remainders
Problems whose primary focus involves the use of, or the application of remainders in the context of dividing a positive integer by a positive integer.