But that’s not how I did it. In fact, I fell behind a bit in studying by the time the final exam came around. So I did some research on how I could better prepare for my GMAT test, and I came across some really great tips for preparing for the GMAT. One thing that really helped me out was learning about the different parts of the GMAT syllabus.
You should have a firm grasp on each of the four sections that are offered on the GMAT. They are Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, and Probability/Statistics. The order of the sections in the GMAT exam is determined by your score, which is the point system for deciding what section you’ll take. But it will also depend on the area of the GMAT that you’re testing for. So I need to outline the differences between these sections so that I can give you an idea of how you need to spend your time and attention.
The first section that you’ll need to understand is Arithmetic. This is probably the hardest section on the entire GMAT. If you can work through the first part relatively easily, you can breeze through the rest of the exam. The reasoning section requires you to find the answer of a question using only numbers, graphs, and equations. This can be a bit tricky because you have to know the answer before guessing it.
Once you understand this section, you can move on to the second part of the GMAT. That is Algebra. You’ll find many different kinds of functions, units, and properties that can be used to solve problems in Algebra. The real key here is to memorize what you’re looking for, identify the most common uses, and generalize. Once you understand this, you can tackle any kind of problem in Algebra.
The next section that you’ll need to understand is the vocabulary. This section will help you with getting acquainted with the millions of words that are commonly used on the GMAT. Memorizing the vocabulary is not that hard, but you need to make sure that you understand the meaning behind the words. This section will also require you to do an analysis of how sentences are structured, the rules for adding verbs and adjectives to a sentence, and even little-known words like transitive verbs and interrogatives.
The next section that you need to focus on is the composition. In this section, you’ll learn about story analysis, argumentation, and composition. You’ll be asked to write an essay about a topic that is based on information from the GMAT. This is very important and you’ll want to make sure that you fully understand it. If you have any questions about this section, you should consult the text book or take a look at the multiple choice section.
The last section of the GMAT English Syllabus is test theory. This section will focus on all of the concepts that you learned in the previous sections. It will include everything from verbs and adverbs to sentence’s structure. This part is especially important if you have never done much writing, as it will give you the opportunity to see how well your knowledge is held together. If you need to brush up on vocabulary or find a word that doesn’t mean what you think it means, this is the section for you.