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# GMAT Math

GMAT math can seem overwhelming unless you're prepared! Learn everything you need to know to score your best on the GMAT quantitative section.

GMAT Algebra

GMAT Arithmetic

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GMAT Data Sufficiency

Ace those tricky GMAT data sufficiency questions on test day by practicing with these expertly-written strategies and problems.

GMAT Geometry

Shape up by reading everything you need to know about how to tackle GMAT geometry.

GMAT Math Basics

Explore GMAT math basics with expert explanations and practice.

GMAT Word Problems

Practice your GMAT quantitative skills with a series of GMAT word problems.

## Most Popular Posts About GMAT Math

What kind of math is on the GMAT? Read on for a GMAT Quant section breakdown. This GMAT question type breakdown will list the math concepts by fequency.
These five GMAT math formulas are essential tools to a good Quant score! Use these formulas and accompanying practice problems to help with GMAT math!
The GMAT quantitative section is key to your overall score. Our GMAT expert, Mike, shows how to study for GMAT math to get your best score.
Stuck trying to find the height of triangles while studying for GMAT? You'll only have to know how to find the height for right triangles on exam day.
Students get lost when dividing square roots. So dividing by square roots can be really scary. But fear not! Mike shows you how to divide by a square root.

## Most Recent Posts About GMAT Math

Absolute value inequalities is an extremely difficult question category on the GMAT. Learn how to solve them in this post!
What's the difference between rates and ratios? Not much. Rates are ratios in disguise. But not all ratios are rates. Try some rate and ratios practice!
What is number sense and how can you recognize number sense problems on the GMAT? Try practice problems & play a number sense prep game.
Ready for a whirlwind tour of GMAT statistics? Let's focus on descriptive statistics formulas and some stats practice questions.
Today we will be discussing tautologies. Specifically, math tautologies, and how their understanding can help on the GMAT's data sufficiency problems.

Here’s a set of 10 practice DS questions about Geometry.

This article is continued from the first, on “Translating from Words to Math.”  First of all, here are four word problems that present issues with assigning variables. 1) Each month, after Jill pays for rent, utilities, food, and other necessary expenses, she has one fifth of her net monthly salary left as discretionary income.  Of […]

Read this introduction to word problems on the GMAT and try the four sample questions.

A student writes, Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I clear fractions by multiplying an entire equation by a common denominator. Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I manipulate just one side of an equation. How do I know which is better? This is a surprisingly subtle question. It turns out that the answer is […]

A student writes, Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I clear fractions by multiplying an entire equation by a common denominator. Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I manipulate just one side of an equation. How do I know which is better? This is a surprisingly subtle question. It turns out that the answer is […]

A student writes, Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I clear fractions by multiplying an entire equation by a common denominator. Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I manipulate just one side of an equation. How do I know which is better? This is a surprisingly subtle question. It turns out that the answer is […]

A student writes, Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I clear fractions by multiplying an entire equation by a common denominator. Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I manipulate just one side of an equation. How do I know which is better? This is a surprisingly subtle question. It turns out that the answer is […]

A student writes, Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I clear fractions by multiplying an entire equation by a common denominator. Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I manipulate just one side of an equation. How do I know which is better? This is a surprisingly subtle question. It turns out that the answer is […]