You’ve reviewed all the mathematics necessary for the GMAT! Or you’ve skipped ahead to see what comes next. Either way, as you set your study horizons broader, here are key milestones ahead:
Practice with realistic questions back on the main course page. For about 70% of GMAT test takers, after you’ve spent time with these pages, the #1 thing you need is practice with realistic questions. You have begun this process if you have worked the hyperlinked “Practice Questions” in each unit throughout the module. Each of those questions is closely modeled after a real previous GMAT question. But those questions represent only a slice of the questions available at GMAT Free. So, head to the rest of the course (most of the course!) and continue to practice at no cost.
Learn Data Sufficiency. These pages have devoted almost no attention to Data Sufficiency; a few of the linked questions are Data Sufficiency questions, but that’s it. Meanwhile, mastering Data Sufficiency is critical to doing your best on the Quantitative section of the GMAT. Now that you have reviewed all the mathematics involved, you’re poised to hit this area hard.
GMAT Verbal! Your GMAT Total Score of 200-800 points depends heavily on your performance in the Verbal section, not just the Quant section. Many GMAT takers have a conception that Verbal skills cannot be improved. While no skill on the GMAT is improved easily, since it’s a test of critical reasoning, it’s a costly error to overlook the Verbal section. You’ve probably guessed where I’m going with this point now, but I will state the obvious: there are hundreds of questions of all Verbal types waiting for you in this course back at the main page.
This is just the beginning. Keep going!