GMAT Quant Practice Questions - Topicwise
Linear and quadratic equations. Functions. Polynomials. Types of solution of linear equation and nature of roots of quadratic equations. Word problems.
Factors, Multiples, LCM, HCF, remainders, factorials, exponents, and number systems. Sequences & Series - Arithmetic & Geometric Progression.
Inequalities in linear and quadratic expression. Inequalties of products and quotients. Absolute value and exponents. Word problems in inequalities.
Union and intersection of 2 and 3 sets. Subsets, number of subsets, power sets. Venn diagrams. Disjoint sets and complement of a set.
Statistics & Average
Average (arithmetic mean), weighted average, median, mode, range, variance and standard deviation. AM - GM - HM inequality.
Ratio, Percent, Fractions
Ratios, proportions, mixtures, fractions to percents and percents to fraction. Percent change, profit, discounts, simple & compound interest.
Rates - Work, Speed
Speed, distance, time, average speed, and relative speed. Work time and work wages questions. Many of these are classic word problems
Permutation & Probability
Repeated sampling with and without replacement. Sampling where order matters and where it does not matter. Ways of reordering. Discrete probability.
Lines, angles, parallel lines, polygons, triangles, circles, and quadrilaterals. Similar and congruent triangles. Solids - volume, surface area.
Length of line segment, slope of line, collinearity, area of triangle, equation of lines, parallel and perpendicular lines. Equation of circles.
About a third of the questions that appear in the GMAT quant section are data sufficiency questions. Same quant concept - tested interestingly.
Diagnostic test for the quant and the verbal section of the GMAT. This test will help you gauge your current level of preparedness to plan your prep.
Verbal Practice Questions
Sentence intent and syntax. English Grammar. Tenses, Modifiers, Parallel Construction, Idioms, Subject-Verb Agreement.
Evaluation of arguments and assumptions. Drawing inferences. Weaken, Strengthen arguments, resolve paradoxes. Identify analogous arguments.
Passages, usually not exceeding 350 words from science & tech, business & economy, arts & literature and social sciences. Data driven and inference questions.