GMAT Math. The Quantitative Section is one of the core sections of the test and, along with the Verbal section, makes up between 200 and 800 of your score. The Quant section has 37 questions, which you will have to solve in 75 minutes. Lets Start... We don't want to cause trauma to all the people who had a problem with their SAT's or the people who stressed when it was time for SAT's. However, don't you want to know how you would do now? This can be an excellent quiz for all the people who are currently in High School, and it's essential to get accepted into the college they want and also for people who have more knowledge now and can see how they will pass them. Either way, it can be fun and also you may learn something new. For all the other people who don't know what the SAT is or don't have them in their countries, we feel like we should explain what this quiz is about. The SAT is a graded test meant to show schools how ready are the students for college by measuring their essential skills such as reading knowledge, computational intelligence, and clarity of emotion. Because numerous students take the test, it also gives schools with data about how you relate to your rivals nationwide. After you take the SAT's, you will be given a score from 400 to 1600, and if you want to get to a more excellent school, you should get at least 1500. The Quantitative Section is one of the core sections of the test and, along with the Verbal section, makes up between 200 and 800 of your score. The Quant section has 37 questions, which you will have to solve in 75 minutes. Let's start!