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Re: GMAT Entrance Exam Syllabus
You want GMAT Entrance exam syllabus so I have and I am providing you: GMAT Quantitative (Math) Section - Section III The third section in the GMAT test is the Quantitative section and comprises 37 objective type multiple choice questions. Each of the questions in this section has a question followed by 5 answer choices. The questions in this section appear in two variants viz., Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. Roughly two thirds of the questions will be of the Problem Solving type and the other one third will be of the Data Sufficiency type. You will be provided with scratch sheets sheets to do all your workings and calculations. As the test is a computer adaptive test, you will not be allowed to skip any question or revisit a question. Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency questions are intermingled in this section and appear in a random order. Questions that appear as part of both the problem solving and the data sufficiency type test your understanding of basic high school math. Main areas within Math that are tested include basic arithmetic, algebra, elementary geometry, modern math, basic statistics and topics such as permutation - combination and probability. As the GMAT test is administered to MBA aspirants from different streams of education, the test does not include any specialized math topics. Links to concepts covered in each of the math topics that are tested in GMAT in the problem solving section along with a sample question and a free quiz available at 4GMAT's site are given below. While some of these GMAT Math topics are easy, there are some that are considered tough and pose difficult questions in the GMAT test: Complete syllabus is in attached pdf file which is absolutely free for you: (GMAT Entrance Syllabus) |

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