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All available sections in Quantitative part of general tests.

Quantitative questions without Geometry and Data Interpretation.

This section of the test evaluate your understanding of simple arithmetic and mathematical logic based on the arithmetic.

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Geometry questions are included in Quantitative section of some of major tests.

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There are four types of question format:

Venn diagrams, charts, curves and other graphical plots each with two or three sub-questions consisting of sentences that need completing. The answers are selected from three or four-choices in a drop-down menu.

Verbal or quantitative reasoning with two answers to be selected from five or six choices... one per column.

A Table is given with three yes/no or true/false type sub-questions. The data can be re-sorted.

Three sources of information (memos, emails etc.) There can be three yes/no statements or a traditional five-choice multiple choice question. The same data set can be used for several questions.

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Data sufficiency questions consist of a question followed by two statements. Your job is to decide whether the information in the statements (taken singly or together) is sufficient to answer the question.

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Questions of this type ask you to compare two quantities — Quantity A and Quantity B — and then determine which of the quantity is greater.

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Some general test also include few topics from Pure Mathematics like matrices, coordinate geometry, conic sections, and arithmetic and geometric progressions.

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Trigonometry questions are part of Quantitative questions on some of test.

This section of the test evaluate your understanding of simple Trigonometry knowledge and understanding based on logic.

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Functions include Linear functions and Graphical functions.

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The section based on simple arithmetic calculations.

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