I. Quantitative Assessment Section: Problem solving & Data Sufficiency
There will be 19 questions of problem solving type and 18 questions from data sufficiency type.
This section aims to measure the ability to reason quantitatively, solve quantitative problems and interpret data.
Tips for Data Sufficiency problems:
1. Read the statements separately and write the fine points. Never read the statements together.
2. Read the five answer options and remember them.
3. If you don’t have fair idea of the answers then elimination method may work in your favor provided you eliminate minimum two options.
|Syllabus : QA|
|2||HCF and LCM|
|3||Powers Roots of Numbers|
|4||Ratio and Proportion|
|5||Partnership and Share|
|8||Profit and Loss|
|9||Simple and Compound Interest|
|10||Time and Work|
|11||Time and Distance|
|1||Algebraic Expressions and Operations|
|6||System of Equations|
|7||Sequence and Series|
|1||Lines and Angles|
|6||Cube and Cuboids|
|7||Cylinders and Cones|
|8||Spheres and Hemispheres|
|IV||Statistics & Probability|
|1||Classification of Data, Frequency and Range|
|2||Mean, Median and Mode|
|3||Variance and Standard Deviations|
|5||Addition and Multiplication Theorems in Probability|
|1||Sets, Relation & Functions|
|2||Permutation and Combination|
II. Integrated Reasoning Section:
This section was added in June 2012 to the GMAT. It is a combination of both verbal and quant. There will be 12 questions in IR section which consists of four types:
- Multi source reasoning
- Graphics interpretation
- Table analysis
- Two-part analysis
The main objective of the IR section:
- Ability to develop relevant information presented in text, numbers and graphics
- Ability to assess appropriate information from different sources
- Ability to combine and arrange information to observe relationships among them and solving complex problems to arrive at correct interpretation.
III. Verbal Section:
There will be 41 questions in verbal section which consists of three types:
- Reading Comprehension
- Critical Reasoning
- Sentence Correction
The main objective of the Verbal section:
- To assess the ability of reading and understanding the written material
- To assess the ability of reasoning out and appraising the arguments
- To assess the ability of rectifying the written material in accordance with the standard written English