- The Problem Solving questions in the Quantitative section of the GMAT cover a lot of ground, and on top of that, some of them will appear as word problems that you need to parse to find the answer. These word problems may involve percentages, rate-time-distance, consecutive integers, ages, work...
- 5 Steps to Solving the Problems With Your Problem Solving. As you break the problem down and identify all the possible issues, your odds of finding the true root cause skyrocket. This process also lends structure to your problem solving so you can be deliberate in your investigation and analysis.
- Quantitative Problem Solving (makes up 45% of the test) Algebraic Problem Solving(makes up 55% of the test) We have Practice Test that you can use: GED® Reasoning Through Language Arts Practice Tests. Q: What are Quantitative Problem Solving Questions? A: These types of questions revolve around Number Operations and Geometric Thinking.
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