My video review of the recently released GMAT Official Guide 2022 and GMAT Official Quantitative Review 2022.

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My video review of the recently released GMAT Official Guide 2022 and GMAT Official Quantitative Review 2022.

Here is a brief review of the recently released GMAT Official Guide 2022 and GMAT Official Quantitative Review 2022.

- 2022 Official GMAT guides have been released in eBook format and can be purchased from Wiley.
- There are no changes to the quantitative reasoning questions in the GMAT Official Guide 2022 and GMAT Quantitative Review 2022 when compared to the 2021 guides. Save your money and buy the older guides.
- The difficulty levels of the questions in the GMAT Official Guide 2022 have been newly categorized as follows:
**Problem Solving**[Easy (1 to 99), Medium (100 to 167), Difficult (168 to 262)];**Data Sufficiency**[Easy (263 to 348), Medium (349 to 426), Difficult (427 to 502)]. - The math review in the beginning of the guide has been extended and updated. A set of 25 additional quantitative reasoning practice questions have been added, and most of them are taken from the older Official GMAT guides.

I just published the video explanations to all of the 373 quantitative reasoning questions in the GMAT Official Guide Quantitative Review 2021, which was released as an ebook in late April 2021. The physical copy of the guide is scheduled to be released on 3rd June 2020. There are a total of 212 Problem Solving questions and 161 Data Sufficiency questions. Out of these 54 are newly released questions in this guide: 36 Problem Solving questions and 18 Data Sufficiency questions.

- GMAT Official Guide Quantitative Review 2021 has been released in ebook format and can be purchased from Wiley’s website.
- The physical copy of the GMAT Official Guide Quantitative Review 2021 will be available on Amazon and other retailers starting 3rd June 2020.
- This year’s guide is a significant improvement over previous editions. Instead of replacing questions, as has been done in the past, this year the test writers added a new set of 54 questions to last year’s total of 319 questions in the 2020 GMAT Quantitative Review guide.
- The new guide has a total of 373 quantitative reasoning questions: 212 are Problem Solving questions and 161 are Data Sufficiency questions.
- A total of 54 questions are new to the 2021 edition of the GMAT Quantitative Review.
- Here is the list of the 36 newly added Problem Solving questions: 37, 55, 59, 73, 80, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 135, 147, 150, 156, 157, 158, 161, 163, 179, 204, 205, 207, 208, 209, 210, 212.
- Here is the list of the 18 newly added Data Sufficiency questions: 214, 216, 218, 221, 224, 234, 241, 248, 249, 264, 265, 271, 272, 273, 276, 277, 307, 370.
- There are quite a few difficult questions in this year’s GMAT Quantitative Review guide. I would rate at least 10 of them to be on the very difficult side, and more so when you have to do these problems under time and pressure.