Welcome to my summary of GMAT quant topics! This portion of my GMAT Study Guide lists the GMAT quant modules covered by the Veritas Prep GMAT books. I have divided the topics into three categories:

- GMAT Quant Fundamentals
- GMAT Quant Key Concepts
- GMAT Quant Specialized Problem Types

If you don’t have specific GMAT quant topics that you want to focus on, and you want to thoroughly prepare yourself for all GMAT quant question types, you can do all of the modules listed below in the order that they are presented. However, if you have time constraints on your preparation, you may want to focus on the topics where you need the most help, especially as you are getting into the GMAT Quant Specialized Problem Types listed at the bottom.

### GMAT Quant Fundamentals

If you do nothing else, I highly recommend that you complete the modules on the GMAT Algebra, Word Problems, and Data Sufficiency. These present the heart of the Veritas Prep approach to GMAT Quant questions and will be helpful to you across the full spectrum of Quant questions that you may see. In addition, the remaining modules in the GMAT Quant Fundamentals section will help you to save valuable time by being efficient in your calculations and making sure that you correctly interpret the ways that the GMAT presents numbers, including fractions, decimals, ratios, and percents.

**GMAT Arithmetic****GMAT Fractions and Decimals****GMAT Algebra****GMAT Word Problems****GMAT Data Sufficiency****GMAT Ratio Problems****GMAT Percent Problems**

### GMAT Quant Key Concepts

These modules build on those in the GMAT Quant Fundamentals section and present key GMAT Quant concepts that you will find useful across a variety of GMAT Quant question types. In particular, factors and exponents appear in many GMAT Quant questions, and inequalities and statistics are also frequently tested on the GMAT.

**GMAT Factors, Multiples, and Divisibility****GMAT Remainder Problems****GMAT Number Properties****GMAT Exponents and Roots****GMAT Quadratic Equations****GMAT Common Algebraic Equations****GMAT Inequalities and Absolute Values****GMAT Functions and Sequences****GMAT Statistics****GMAT Evenly Spaced Sets**

### GMAT Quant Specialized Problem Types

The following specialized problem types are less likely to help you on other types of GMAT Quant questions, so you may want to focus on just the topics from this list that are giving you the most trouble. If you don’t know which of these specialized problem types are most difficult for you, I recommend starting from the top of the list, because I have put the topics that will usually give you the greatest return on your investment of preparation time towards the top of this list.

**GMAT Weighted Average and Mixture Problems****GMAT Rate Problems****GMAT Unit Conversion Problems****GMAT Venn Diagram and Matrix Box Problems****GMAT Min/Max Problems****GMAT Interest Problems****GMAT Combinatorics****GMAT Probability****GMAT Geometry****GMAT Geometry: Triangles, Lines, and Angles****GMAT Geometry: Quadrilaterals****GMAT Geometry: Circles****GMAT Geometry: 3-Dimensional Shapes****GMAT Coordinate Geometry****GMAT Graphics Interpretation**