 The GMAT Quant section is aimed at assessing your ability to solve basic mathematical problems based on arithmetic, geometry and algebra concepts. The questions that you are tested on are of two types — Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. You are given a total of 31 questions that you need to solve within 62 minutes. The scoring range is between 200-800.

If you want to score really well in this section, it’s imperative that you are thorough with the GMAT Quant Syllabus from the GMAT syllabus. So, let us have a look at it in detail below.

The GMAT Quant Syllabus:

 Real Numbers Number Line Properties of Real Numbers Absolute Value
 Fractions Equivalent Fractions Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division of Fractions Types of Fractions – Proper, Improper, Mixed, Reciprocal Numerator and Denominator, Mixed Numbers
 Numbers Integers and Whole Numbers Prime Numbers Rational and Irrational Numbers Absolute Value Order of equations (PEMDAS) Prime Factorization Exponents and Roots

 Integers What are Integers? Mathematical Operations of Integers Addition and Multiplication Rules of Integers Even and Odd Numbers Consecutive Integers Divisibility Rules – Divisibility Rule of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Prime Numbers Properties of the integer 0
 Ratio & Proportion Introduction to Ratio and Proportion Problems on Mixtures/Blends
 Percentages Concept of Percentage Increases Percent Changes as Multipliers – a) X% of a number, b) An X% increase or decrease Fractions and Percentages
 Decimals Addition Subtraction Multiplication Division of Decimals
 Averages Basic Formula for Average Using average to find number, Average speed Other Variants – Weighted average Probability Definition of Probability Tossing a die Basic Examples like Flipping a coin Drawing marbles from a bowl Drawing marbles from a bowl (second drawing) Drawing a card from a deck Probability Rules – Disjoint or Mutually Exclusive Events
 Roots & Powers Exponents: Positive and Negative Bases / Even and    Odd Exponents Multiplying and Dividing Exponents Fractional Exponents Negative Exponents Roots: Properties of Radicals, Squaring and Square Roots
 Statistics Mean (Average) Median Mode Range Standard Deviation
 Sets Introduction to sets Elements of the set Overlapping Sets Sets as Groups Venn diagram, Two and Three-circle Venn diagram
 Permutation & Combination Principle of Multiplication Factorial

### Algebra

Algebraic Expressions
Linear Equations
Exponents
Inequalities
Absolute Value
Functions

### Lines:

Parallel and Intersecting Lines
 Angles : Types of Angles – Acute angle Right angle Obtuse angle Straight Angle Complementary Angles Supplementary Angles Rules for Lines and Angles
 Special Right Triangles: Pythagorean Theorem Pythagorean Triplets
 Triangles: Properties of Triangles Types of Triangles Right Triangle Scalene Obtuse Acute Equilateral Isosceles
 Quadrilaterals Square Kite Isosceles Rhombus Parallelogram Trapezium Rectangle
 Polygons Angle Rules for Polygons Types of Polygons: Regular, Irregular, Concave, Convex, Quadrilateral, Pentagon Polygon Regular Polygons
 Coordinate Geometry X-intercept Y-intercept Ordered Pair Quadrants Cartesian Coordinate System Slope Distance Formula.
 Circles Circumference and Area of Circle Chord Arc Tangent of a Circle
 Word Problems Work Problems Mixture Problems Interest Problems Discount Profit Sets and Venn Diagrams Geometry Problems Measurement Problems Data Interpretation

Hope this detailed GMAT quant syllabus 2021 guide helped. For additional information, you can also refer to the GMAT quant syllabus pdf that is available on the official GMAT site. Remember the quant section contributes to your total GMAT score, so make sure you are thorough with the syllabus and create a smart study plan to prepare this section well. All the best !