GMAT does not ask to solve questions based on calculus and the integration, differentiation, and complex numbers nor it ask to do typical math such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. However, the aim of the quant section is to check whether a student can solve a quantitative problem or not.

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### 16th April Onwards GMAT will be 30 minutes shorter!

From 16th April onwards students vying for admission into premiere business schools across the globe will now appear for a 30-minute shorter GMAT. The new, shorter exam is of 3.5 hours instead of 4 hours and will be available for test-takers worldwide.

Read More...### Tips & Tricks to nail the GMAT- III

Often, students are scared that if they will take a test before completing their course they might get a low score which can de-motivate them. However, taking a mock test can help you check whether your score is improving or not.

Read More...### Tips & Tricks to nail the GMAT- II

A good scratch paper helps you to minimize the careless mistakes and keeps you on track throughout the test. However, many people avoid using the scratch paper and that too for no reason.

Read More...### Tips & Tricks to nail the GMAT- I

First and foremost it is important to understand the structure of the test. GMAT is a question adaptive test. As and when you answer any particular question, your performance in that question decides the level of difficulty of the next questions.

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