### SAT Quiz Practice

We've taken the equivalent of over 600 pages of printed material originally published by Nova Press, including hundreds of GMAT problems and feedback from GMAT experts, broken them down by question type, and made them accessible anywhere you can bring an iPhone or iPad. The Arcadia App allows you to master every question type seen on the GMAT, at your convenience.

The Breakdown, by Question/Passage Type:

Problem Solving (PS)

1. "Substitution" Questions

2. "Substitution (Plugging In)" Questions

3. "Defined Functions" Questions

4. "Number Theory" Questions

5. "Geometry" Questions

6. "Coordinate Geometry" Questions

7. "Elimination Strategies" Questions

8. “Inequalities” Questions

9. "Fractions and Decimals" Questions

10. "Equations" Questions

11. "Averages" Questions

12. "Ratio & Proportion" Questions

13. "Factoring" Questions

14. "Algebraic Expressions" Questions

15. "Percents" Questions

16. "Graphs" Questions

17. "Word Problems" Questions

18. “Sequences & Series” Questions

19. "Counting" Questions

20. "Probability & Statistics" Questions

Data Sufficiency (DS)

The GMAT includes Data Sufficiency questions that the SAT does not. Many students struggle with these questions because they are unlike any material they have studied in school. However, they are not inherently hard, and with sufficient practice you can raise your performance significantly.

Critical Reasoning (CR)

The GMAT includes Critical Reasoning questions that the SAT does not. Many students struggle with these questions because they are unlike any material they have studied in school. However, they are not inherently hard, and with sufficient practice you can raise your performance significantly.

1. "Premises and Conclusions"

2. "If/Then" Logic

3. "Classification"

1. "Main Idea" Questions

2. "Description" Questions

3. "Writing Technique" Questions

4. "Extension" Questions

5. "Application" Questions

6. "Tones" Questions

7. "Pivotal Words" Practice

8. "Three-Step Method" Practice

Sentence Correction (SC)

1. "Pronoun Errors"

2. "Subject-Verb Agreement"

3. "Misplaced and Redundant Modifiers"

4. "Faulty Parallelism"

5. "Faulty Verb Tense"

6. "Idiom & Usage"

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