# Free GMAT **Quant Verbal** Questions

G MAT sample Questions and answers in your inbox is a free service offered by 4GMAT.COM to assist students appearing for GMAT keep a progress check on their GMAT preparation. It helps you to stay sharp. Registered users receive a question by e-mail, free of cost. Detailed explanatory answers (including video explanations for select questions) and shortcut tips wherever applicable are also provided alongwith the correct answers to each question. Questions are selected from a wide array of topics that typically appear in the GMAT test.

Questions in problem solving, data sufficiency and verbal reasoning are posted at regular intervals.

A list of all questions that were published as part of this service is provided below. You can browse through the questions on a topic wise basis.

Types of solution viz., unique, no solution and infinite in data sufficiency format. Word problems in problem solving format.

Nature of roots, real, imaginary, real equal, solution to quadratic equations, word problems in quadratic equations; types of parabola.

Union, intersection of 2 and 3sets, disjoint sets, mutually exclusive sets. Compliment of a set, subsets, proper subsets.

LCM, HCF, remainders, divisors, indices, prime factorization, odd and even numbers, factorials, unit digits of numbers, and word problems.

Could get tricky as a data sufficiency question. Includes inequalities in algebraic expression, absolute value, and exponents.

Simple averages (Arithmetic Mean), Weighted Arithmetic Mean (weighted averages), Median, Mode, Range, Standard Deviation.

Arithmetic and geometric progressions. Summation of series and problems in infinite geometric sequence.

Standard problems that involve ratios and proportion, continued proportions, direct and inverse variations. Mixtures and rule of alligation.

Simple interest, compound interest, compounding more than once a year. Computing amount at the beginning and end of a period.

Computing speed, time and distance, average speed, relative speed, train problems, boats in streams, aircraft with tailwind and races.

Work done by a man or woman, time taken by pipes to fill a cistern, ratio in which workers share wages given different rates of work.

Percentages to fraction or decimal conversion and the vice versa. Word problems in percentages. Relatively easy topic.

Cost price, selling price, profit, loss, % profit, % loss expressed as a percentage of cost price, discounts, and marked price.

Permutation, combination, sampling with replacement, ordering, re-arrangement of letters of a word, seating arrangements.

Triangles, similar triangles, right triangles, equilateral triangles, lines, parallel lines, angles, quadrilaterals, and circles.

Slope, intercepts and equation of line. Quadrants a line passes. Distance between points, midpoint theorem. Triangle area and centroid.

Area, volume, surface area of solids such as cuboids (rectangular cubes), cubes, spheres, hemispheres, cones, and cylinders.

About a third of the questions in the GMAT quant section are data sufficiency questions. Tests concepts from all of the above topics.

Typical errors tested in the GMAT SC section include Subject-Verbal agreement, Pronouns, Tense, Modifiers, Parallel Constructs, Comparisons, and Word Usage.

Free math quiz and free sentence correction quiz. Each quiz comprises 10 questions. Evaluate your performance with the answer key provided.

Check your preparedness. 19 questions in quant and 21 in verbal. Use this online test to chalk out a prep plan to reach your target GMAT score.

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