The Quant section of GMAT has 31 questions which are to be completed in 62 minutes. Easy for some tough for many, this section is considered to be a hard nut to crack, but nothing beats consistent practice and hard work. The same is required for this section.

**1. Basic math:** Always start with the base. Give a mock test of this section and check which sections you are comfortable with and which section you are deep underwater. Start with the basics of your week points. Start with topics like arithmetic, algebra, geometry, etc. These are high school topics, and thus covering the base wouldnâ€™t take much time but will definitely help in bolstering the base.

**2. Take mocks:** You can never be fully prepared. Thus do not wait for your syllabus to get over before taking a mock. Practice as many sectional tests as possible as it shall help you strategize your test-taking skill and also update you with your weak area.

**3. Search for alternatives:** There are always multiple methods to solve a particular problem, and then there is the easiest way for the same. Try to search for the one which is least time-consuming. Sometimes a simple logic is enough rather than just mugging up the formulae. Always remember traditional methods are not always the best.

**4. Read the question through and through:** Learn to break sentences. There might be long wordy questions that might appear daunting but turn out to be the easiest. You just got to read through the lines. Once you break down the problem, it becomes easier to tackle.

**5. Questions of quant:** people think that data sufficiency is a bit difficult portion, but the more you practice, it becomes easier to solve.

It is not that difficult as you think it is that more you practice, you can make up your quant section and do well in GMAT.