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GMAT Practice Questions — Quantitative Section

Here you'll find two sets of GMAT Quantitative practice questions. One employs the Problem Solving format, while the other employs the Data Sufficiency format. (All questions on the GMAT Quantitative section conform to one of these two basic formats.)

Together these two sets of practice questions touch on all of the broad subject areas you'll encounter during the GMAT Quantitative section: arithmetic, number theory, algebra, descriptive statistics, geometry and graphical-data analysis.

These are not timed tests. You can go at your own pace, reading the analysis of each question as you go. But if you decide to time yourself, limit your time to two minutes per question.

Problem Solving practice (5 questions)
Data Sufficiency practice (5 questions)