• What’s the quantitative section structure?
• How many questions should I solve?
• Can I see sample questions?

Welcome to Ofek Prep – the best online GMAT tutoring! On this site you’ll find a vast pool of math exercises (GMAT math prep). Updated GMAT materials that will help you reach top scores. GMAT sample questions – click here The quantitative section’s structure The quantitative section of the GMAT contains 37 questions. Each question has 5 answer choices, of which only one answer is correct. You cannot skip a question without answering it and you cannot go back to a question once you have answered, due to the adaptive nature of the test.

The duration of the quantitative section is 75 minutes, without internal division of time for the questions. This means that you need to manage your time and decide how much time to invest in each question (note: matters such as time management during the test are extremely important in an adaptive test like the GMAT and may impact yourÂ score significantly).
The quantitative section of the GMAT examÂ requires intermediate quantitative skills. Beyond these abilities, in order to succeed in the test, you need to show good logical and analytical skills. The difficulty in the GMAT stems from the complex wording of the questions.Â  Most of the difficult questions are more similar to logic riddles than to regular mathematics problems.