# GMAT Preparation – Focus on Quantitative Section You should devote a significant portion of your studying time for the quantitative section in your GMAT preparation. The GMAT quant section, will measure your ability to analyze the data that is provided and draw conclusions from it using your reasoning skills. The level of mathematics that is required to understand and solve the questions in the quant section, would be what you would have learned in high school. You will have 62 minutes to complete precisely 31 multiple-choice questions.  The Quantitative section will have two types of questions -Problem Solving questions and questions based on Data Sufficiency. The Quantitative section will have two types of questions -Problem Solving questions and questions based on Data Sufficiency.

## Practicing For Quantitative Section in Your GMAT Preparation

You can study for the Quantitative Reasoning section more effectively if you improve your knowledge in the following areas of mathematics.

Arithmetic – This includes basic maths such as integers, whole numbers, fractions, exponents, roots, statistics, and probability

Algebra –This topic would include variables, functions, equations of different types and how to solve to solve them

Geometry – This would include different geometrical shapes and their properties.

Word problems –These kinds of problems would test your skills in reading a problem, deriving the data and solving the problem.