Approximately 40% of the questions you'll see on the quantitative section of the GMAT are Data Sufficiency questions.
Let that sink in for a minute.
Okay, so it's pretty obvious that if you want a high score on the math portion of the GMAT, you're going to have to master this unique and challenging question format known as Data Sufficiency. And let's be honest. If you're like a lot of our students, Data Sufficiency problems can be confusing -- at least in the beginning. It's such a bizarre way to think about math. Indeed, it's probably unlike any type of quantitative question you've ever seen before in your academic career.
But we have good news for you. By learning how to think about Data Sufficiency questions the right way and by adopting just a few simple methodologies for the most commonly-tested data sufficiency question patterns you'll see on test day, you can turn these crucial question types into one of your biggest strengths. In fact, after completing this GMAT Data Sufficiency course, you may even wish Data Sufficiency questions made up an even larger percentage of total quant problems (yes, seriously)!
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