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The Quantitative section of the GMAT is used to measure your abilities in mathematical reasoning, solving quantitative problems, and interpreting graphics data. Overall, your GMAT score can be used by many graduate admissions departments to determine if you are ready to enter their establishment and do well. It is important to do well on the GMAT, including the Quantitative Reasoning section so there is no delay in your graduate school entrance process.

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The GMAT, or the Graduate Management Admissions Test, is made up of four distinct sections that include Analytical Writing, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Verbal Reasoning. The Analytical Writing section of the exam lasts for 30 minutes and consists of only one essay question. The Integrated Reasoning section is a 30-minute assessment and consists of 12 questions. The Verbal Reasoning section has 36 questions, which you must finish within 65 minutes. The Quantitative Reasoning section is a 62-minute assessment with 31 multiple-choice questions and requires you to have a fundamental knowledge of geometry, algebra, and basic arithmetic. While you do need to have foundational knowledge in these subjects, the Quantitative Reasoning section is more about your reasoning skills than your operative mathematical abilities.

The Quantitative section of the GMAT assesses your abilities in mathematical reasoning, interpreting graphic data, and solving quantitative problems. Your overall GMAT score is used by many graduate admissions offices as a means to determine if you are prepared to succeed in graduate-level courses. It is essential to do well on the GMAT, including the Quantitative Reasoning section, as you work to impress your desired graduate school admissions office.

What are the various skills and content I can review while working with a private GMAT Quantitative tutor?

The Quantitative Reasoning section of the GMAT contains two different types of questions. Your private GMAT Quantitative tutor can help you become more familiar with these kinds of questions and help you with implementing the best strategy to solve these problems properly. The two types of questions you will face on this part of the exam are Problem Solving questions and Data Sufficiency questions.

When you were working on the Problem Solving questions, you will be provided with some sort of real-world problem. You'll need to use analytical and logical reasoning skills in order to solve this problem. The questions will give you five choices and you must choose the best answer.

Data Sufficiency questions will require you to use analytical skills to look at a problem, identify any relevant information, and determine if there is a point at which you have enough information to solve the problem. You will be given a question and two statements in these types of problems. You will need to be able to integrate mathematical and everyday knowledge with the provided statements in order to figure out if you have enough information to answer the question.

If either of these types of problems is challenging for you, your instructor can help you by providing practice opportunities. He or she can sit down with you and watch as you work through these types of problems in order to determine where your weak points are. This type of exercise can allow your instructor to gain insight on how to adequately assist you in solving the problems accurately and efficiently.

In addition to reviewing the GMAT Quantitative content, your instructor can assist you in understanding the format and structure of the test, which can help you know what to expect on exam day. Your instructor can even help you by setting up a mock practice exam with the GMAT Quantitative section while timing you so you'll get a feel for the pacing.

Since the intention of the GMAT is to determine whether or not you are prepared to succeed in graduate-level courses, it is important to work on these various skills not only so you can earn admission to the graduate program of your choice but also so that you are genuinely prepared to succeed in your future courses. The skills you'll be working on with your GMAT Quantitative Reasoning tutor are ones that you can use in your future courses as well as in your professional life.

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Working closely with a GMAT Quantitative tutor is a very different experience than what you might be used to in a normal educational environment. Working with a private instructor gives you the opportunity to receive customized one-on-one attention during your study sessions. This type of attention allows your instructor to get to know you and your particular needs in a way that is impossible in a traditional classroom. For example, since your instructor will be working with you closely, he or she can assess your particular strengths and weaknesses as well as learning your preferred learning method. Using this information, your instructor can create personalized lesson plans. As an example, if your instructor determines you learn best in a visual manner, he or she can make sure to use videos, infographics, or other types of images in order to allow you to see the material in a new visual manner. Perhaps you're an auditory learner. If this is the case, your instructor can take the time to implement a lecture style lesson plan or assign supplemental podcasts or audiobooks to assist you in reviewing various logical reasoning skills. When your instructor is able to teach you using the specific method you understand best, it will help you to learn the material more thoroughly and possibly enjoy your study session.

Your instructor can also assist you in learning the areas in which you need to improve. When you study by yourself, you sometimes have blind spots that can make it difficult to assess your own weaknesses. Working with an objective instructor can help you determine exactly which skills you need help working on as well as assisting you in pursuing mastery of those particular skills. This can make your study sessions more effective since you will not be wasting time reviewing topics you already understand.

Additionally, you also have the luxury of working at the pace that works best for you. In a traditional classroom, teachers must keep moving at a steady pace regardless of whether students need extra time. With private instruction, your instructor only has to worry about you and your exact needs. This means if you are struggling with interpreting graphical information, your instructor can spend as much time as necessary in reviewing the skill until you feel comfortable moving on. As you improve and grow in your knowledge and abilities, your instructor is able to adjust lesson plans to align more closely with your new needs.

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