# GMAT Math Topics

GMAT Quantitative (or Math) is **62 minutes** section where you will get **31 questions**. Like Verbal Section, Quant Section is also Computer-Adaptive. You will get harder or easier question, depending on whether your previous answers was correct or wrong. And once you answer a question, you cannot go back to it.

There are **two main question types**:

- Problem Solving (PS)
- Data Sufficiency (DS)

Both types of questions require similar skills, but they demand different approaches.

### Concepts in GMAT Quant

**1. Arithmetic**

- Numbers
- Real Numbers
- Integers
- Absolute Value
- Divisibility Rules
- Exponents
- Roots
- Fractions
- Decimals
- Percents
- Averages
- Ratio & Proportion

**2. Algebra**

- Algebraic Expressions
- Linear Equations
- Quadratic Equations
- Inequalities
- Functions

**3. Geometry**

- Lines
- Angles
- Triangles
- Special Right Triangles
- Quadrilaterals
- Circles
- Polygons
- 3-D Geometry
- Coordinate Geometry

**4. Sets, Statistics and Probability**

- Sets
- Statistics
- Probability
- Permutation and Combination

**5. Word Problems**

The GMAT tests algebra and arithmetic concepts in word problems as well as mathematical equations. In fact, word problems are more common on the GMAT than straightforward equation-solving. So you have to know how to translate the English language into mathematical expressions.

- Time and Speed Problems
- Work Problems
- Mixture Problems
- Interest Problems
- Discount
- Profit
- Sets and Venn Diagrams