**GMAT Focus Intro: Quantitative Section**

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Summary

The quantitative section of the GMAT Focus is designed to test mathematical skills within a strict timeframe, emphasizing algebra and arithmetic without the inclusion of geometry, trigonometry, or calculus.

- You have 45 minutes to complete 21 questions, averaging approximately two minutes per question.
- The quantitative section is divided into two main content domains: algebra and arithmetic.
- Questions are categorized into pure-context and real-context types, focusing on direct problem-solving and application in real-life scenarios, respectively.
- Math topics covered include equivalent expressions, ratios, rates and percents, factoring and ordering, probability and statistics, among others.
- The section utilizes a single question type: problem solving, presented in a five-answer, multiple-choice format.

Chapters

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Overview of the Quantitative Section

00:17

Content Domains and Question Types

01:00

Math Topics Covered

01:20

Problem Solving Question Type