# GMAT Quantitative Reasoning Section

There are two kinds of GMAT Quantitative questions: Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. Problem Solving questions will measure your abilities in arithmetic, basic algebra, and basic principles of geometry, your ability to grasp which and how much information is necessary for solving problems, and your ability to think mathematically and read graphs.

For Data Sufficiency problems you’ll be presented with a question, which will include some initial facts, followed by statement 1 and statement 2. You will then have to determine if you can answer the question based on the data in the statements. You will have five choices for each question: a) 1 is sufficient, but 2 isn’t, b) 2 is sufficient, but 1 isn’t, c) neither is sufficient alone, but both taken together are sufficient, d) each statement is sufficient by itself, and e) neither statement is sufficient alone, and are not sufficient when considered together. These questions will measure your abilities to analyze quantitative data, recognize which data is important, and recognize when you have enough data to answer a question.

Quantitative Reasoning Skills – Problem-solving

Quantitative Reasoning Testing Tips – Problem Solving

Quantitative Reasoning Skills – Data-sufficiency

Quantitative Reasoning Testing Tips – Data-sufficiency

General Testing Tips – Verbal and Quantitative Sections

Quantitative Reasoning Sample Questions