- Posted by Prepglobe
- On May 9, 2018
Folks, Though the weightage of the verbal section and quantitative section is equal which decides your total score from 200 -800 at GMAT exam but generally it has been seen that for Indian GMAT exam candidates
it is very important to score high at the Quantitative section to make their overall GMAT score high. The typical score which most Indian GMAT exam takers score to make their overall score of 700 or higher is the verbal score of 37 or higher and quantitative score of 47 or higher.
Moreover, if you see the marginal benefit in terms of the efforts GMAT candidates put in during their preparation is higher for the quantitative section than compared to verbal section. Despite of candidates coming from different backgrounds which does not cover too much of mathematics or anyone who have not been in touch with the subject for the long time if they follow the right strategy and prepare with the guidance of best GMAT Trainer then it becomes even viable for non mathematics background candidates to score high at GMAT quantitative section.
The content which is required to learn and practice during the GMAT preparation should be chosen carefully. Hence it is advisable to take help from experienced GMAT tutor or trainer who has been training candidates for the GMAT since long and follow the changes, updating and the trend of questions which are asked at the GMAT exam.
The topics which are generally there in the quantitative section of the GMAT exam are from up to the 12th standard mathematics, mostly up to the 10th standard.
However, the way the questions are generally asked at the GMAT exam is tricky in nature hence require learning those tricks and techniques from some experience Tutor or trainer who can make candidates learn following shortcuts and tricks instead of the conventional methods.