# 2Minute GMAT

## Back To Basics With GMAT Math Questions

For the GMAT test, you have to do everything you can to improve your score on GMAT math questions. If you need to, return all the way to middle school and open you old notes. GMAT math questions are hierarchical; you can’t multiply if you don’t know what to do before hand.

Returning to first GMAT math questions: arithmetic of whole numbers, positives and negatives, simple fractions and decimals. Multiplication tables and square roots. You should understand how to solve each of these types of problems.

Many GMAT math questions assume that you’ve already learned a lot of these mathematical facts, and without them your GMAT test score may decrease. As an example, you should able to answer some GMAT math questions very quickly. If it takes you longer time, try to practice your math skills even more.

Additionally, there are many operations that you should have memorized as well. The GMAT test is going to assume that you can quickly and seamlessly perform certain operations to solve GMAT math questions. For most individuals, it takes a lot of practice to do well at this. We wish you the best. We hope this was of help with your GMAT math questions.