# Quantitative Section

#### The Quantitative section measures your ability to analyze data and draw conclusions using reasoning skills. The mathematics needed to understand and solve the questions in this section of the GMAT exam are no greater than what is generally taught in secondary school classes.

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### Don't Fear the Quantitative Section

Student bloggers Jessica and Finnbar explain that you don't need to be a math person to get the GMAT score you want.

### Sample Problem Solving Question

Problem solving questions measure your ability to solve numerical problems, interpret graphical data, and evaluate information.

### Sample Data Sufficiency Question

Data sufficiency questions measure your ability to analyze a problem, recognize relevant information, and decide if you have enough information to solve the problem.

### No Need to Fear the Quant Section

The math skills required to answer the questions in the Quantitative section are no greater than what is generally taught in secondary school classes.

### Tips for Improving your GMAT Score

If you plan to take the GMAT exam again to improve your score, use your knowledge and experience from the previous attempt to focus your attention on the areas that need the most improvement.

### GMAT Study Tips

Data sufficiency questions measure your ability to analyze a problem, recognize relevant information, and decide if you have enough information to solve the problem.

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If you’re thinking about retaking the GMAT exam, learn more in this Official GMAT blog post about how well you can expect to do, as well as who retakes the GMAT and why.