# GMAT 2014 syllabus

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The GMAT** **(**Graduate Management Admission Test**) was designed by *Graduate Management Admission Council* (GMAC) to provide them with a selection test for candidates applying for **MBA programs**. It has grown in popularity with business schools and it is now a requirement for over 1,800 MBA programs world-wide. The **GMAT** is usually taken by students interested in pursuing management programs. These days, there are a few management programs that also accept the GRE scores as evaluation criteria. It is best to check with your prospective schools on their **GMAT requirements.**

The four sections for the test are *Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Section, Verbal Section and Analytical Writing*. Check out the ** syllabus for GMAT 2014**:

**GMAT Integrated Reasoning Section**- Integrated Reasoning Question Types
- Video - GMAT Exam with Integrated Reasoning
- 9 points to note about IR Section
- GMAT Integrated Reasoning Calculator Explained
- Understanding Bar Charts: Integrated Reasoning Question

**GMAT Quantitative Section**- GMAT Math Topics
- Problem Solving
- Data Sufficiency
- Substitution technique for solving GMAT math problems
- Basic Principles of Numbers
- Properties of Integers
- GMAT Averages
- Divisibility Rules
- Fractions
- Decimals
- Real Numbers
- Ratio and Proportion
- Percents
- Exponents and Roots
- Sets
- Statistics
- Probability
- Permutation & Combination
- Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
- Linear Equations
- Quadratic Equations
- Exponents
- Inequalities
- Absolute Value
- Functions
- Time Speed Problems
- Work Problems
- Mixture Problems
- Sets and Venn Diagrams
- Parallel and Intersecting Lines
- Angles
- Triangles
- Special Right Triangles
- Polygons
- Circles
- Quadrilaterals
- GMAT Geometry: Pythagorean Theorem and Triplets
- Coordinate Geometry

**GMAT Verbal Section**- Sentence Correction
- Critical Reasoning
- GMAT Reading Comprehension: Six Question Types
- GMAT Grammar: The Sentence
- GMAT Grammar: Idiomatic Expressions
- GMAT Grammar: Subject Verb Agreement
- GMAT Grammar: Pronouns
- GMAT Grammar: Modifiers
- GMAT Grammar: Parallelism
- GMAT Grammar: Verb Tense
- Subject-Verb Agreement
- Pronouns
- Verb Tense
- Parallelism
- Idioms
- Errors in Quantity
- GMAT Sentence Correction: Rhetorical Construction
- GMAT Sentence Correction: Like v/s As
- GMAT Sentence Correction: Countable v/s Uncountable

**GMAT Analytical Writing Section**

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