Understanding the structure of the test. The math section has 37 multiple choice questions to be completed in 75 minutes. The GMAT is administered as an adaptive computer, and you need to do the questions in the order they are given to you.
You must answer each question before proceeding to the next, and you can not go back and change your answers.Broken format, 22 or 37 questions are typical of problem solving and 15 are special issues of sufficient data. Broken down by subject, expect to see approximately 10 algebra, 10 Report, No. 8, 4 geometry, the theory of sets 2 and 3 matters. Study accordingly.
As no calculators are allowed on the GMAT, in addition to being practical, subtraction, multiplication, division and quickly on paper. Questions involving graphs and tables need these skills.