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If you want to apply for a quality business school you will almost certainly have to do the GMAT. The GMAT measures your skills in the fields of English, Mathematics, and Analytical Writing.

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Section 1: Introduction to the GMAT  

Lecture 1 
Welcome message  IMPORTANT (EXERCISES FOLDER)

Article  
Lecture 2 
The GMAT Trailer
Preview

01:50  
Lecture 3  03:12  
The Graduate Management Admission Test (or GMAT as it is more commonly known) is designed to test the skills necessary for success in graduate education. Let's learn more. 

Lecture 4 
Overview of the GMAT
Preview

05:23  
Lecture 5  02:41  
CAT refers to Computerized Adaptive Testing, which is the method used to administer and score the GMAT exam. CAT intended to assess certain analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in written English. Would you like to learn more? Access the lecture. 

Lecture 6 
How the GMAT is Scored

03:57  
Lecture 7 
Where do I start?

03:31  
Lecture 8  03:26  
Have you ever thought about having your learning style? 

Lecture 9  04:23  
In this lesson you will find top tips on how to prepare for the GMAT. 

Lecture 10 
Learning Strategies: Top Tips  Part 2

03:19  
Section 2: The GMAT's AWA & IR  
Lecture 11  03:15  
The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) of the GMAT exam measures the ability to think critically and to communicate your ideas. Learn more in this section 

Lecture 12  04:28  
Let's get started with brainstorming... 

Lecture 13 
Create a Detailed Outline

03:20  
Lecture 14 
Threepart Essay Structure

05:11  
Lecture 15 
Tips & Strategies for the AWA

04:01  
Lecture 16  Article  
Here is the sample AWA question 

Lecture 17  Article  
Here is the sample (model) answer to the above AWA question 

Lecture 18  04:43  
The four types of Integrated Reasoning (IR) questions measure how well you integrate data, interpret tables, let's discover more with the following lessons. 

Lecture 19 
The 4 IR Question Types  Multi Source Reasoning (MSR)

05:01  
Lecture 20 
The 4 IR Question Types  Table Analysis

03:02  
Lecture 21 
The 4 IR Question Types  Two Part Analysis

02:57  
Lecture 22 
The 4 IR Question Types  Graphic Interpretation

05:01  
Section 3: Integrated Reasoning Sample Test  
Lecture 23 
Six Things to Know About IR Questions

Article  
Lecture 24  Article  
Click on the page to reveal different data and discern which data you need to answer the question. 

Quiz 1  3 questions  
IR's MSR Sample Questions 

Lecture 25  Article  
Sort the table to organize the data so you can determine whether certain conditions are met. Each question will have statements with opposing answers (e.g., yes/no, true/false, inferable/not inferable); select one answer for each statement. 

Quiz 2  3 questions  
IR's Table Analysis Sample Questions 

Lecture 26  Article  
Select one answer from each column to solve a problem with a twopart solution. Possible answers will be presented in a table with a column for each part. 

Quiz 3  5 questions  
IR's TwoPart Analysis Sample Questions 

Lecture 27 
[Answer] TwoPart Analysis

Article  
Lecture 28  Article  
Interpret the graph or graphical image and select the option from a dropdown list to make the answer statements accurate. 

Quiz 4  2 questions  
IR's Graphic Interpretation Sample Questions 

Lecture 29 
References & Useful Links

Article  
Section 4: The GMAT Quantitative Section  Arithmetic  
Lecture 30  Article  
The majority of the questions will need to be solved using Arithmetic. This area of mathematics includes the basic operations of numbers (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division), properties and types of numbers, number theory, and counting problems. 

Lecture 31  04:22  
Real, Rational, Irrational numbers, integers, whole, natural numbers 

Lecture 32  04:03  
You should be familiar with the ways each one helps to simplify problems 

Lecture 33  05:55  
Two identity properties exist: the Identity Property of Addition and the Identity Property of Multiplication. 

Lecture 34  03:53  
The operations in a multistep expression must be completed in a specific order. 

Lecture 35  03:29  
Some unfamiliar operations may appear on the GMAT exam. Learn more in this lecture. 

Lecture 36  04:42  
In the following lesson, the principles of factors, multipliers, and divisibility are covered. 

Lecture 37  04:30  
To prime factor a number, write it as the product of its prime factors. 

Lecture 38  04:23  
The GCF is often found when reducing fractions, reducing radicals, and factoring. Learn more in this lecture. 

Lecture 39 
Multiples & LCM

04:03  
Lecture 40 
Divisibility Rules  Part 1

04:58  
Lecture 41 
Divisibility Rules  Part 2

04:38  
Lecture 42 
Prime & Composite Numbers

02:18  
Lecture 43 
Even and Odd Numbers

05:44  
Lecture 44 
Absolute Value

02:06  
Lecture 45 
Operations with Real Numbers

04:09  
Lecture 46 
Multiplying & Dividing Integers

04:43  
Lecture 47 
Fractions

06:35  
Lecture 48 
Multiplying & Dividing Fractions

04:56  
Lecture 49 
Decimals

06:13  
Lecture 50 
Adding & Subtracting Decimals

04:27  
Lecture 51 
Dividing Decimals

02:50  
Lecture 52 
Ratios

02:21  
Lecture 53 
Percent

04:21  
Lecture 54 
Commission & Rate of Change

04:32  
Lecture 55 
Simple Interest

07:10  
Lecture 56 
Exponents & Squares

05:35  
Lecture 57 
Counting Problems and Probability

04:06  
Lecture 58 
Statistics

05:59  
Section 5: Algebra  
Lecture 59  02:53  
Algebra will also be included in a good portion of the section. Topics include using polynomials, combining like terms, using laws of exponents, solving linear and quadratic equations, solving inequalities, and simplifying rational expressions. Translating sentences and word problems into mathematical expressions and equations is similar to translating two different languages. Learn more in this lesson. 

Lecture 60  03:50  
In algebra, you use a letter to represent an unknown quantity. 

Lecture 61 
Laws of Exponents

03:42  
Lecture 62  04:12  
When solving this type of equation, it is important to remember two basic properties, which ones are these? 

Lecture 63  03:18  
A literal equation is an equation that contains two or more variables. It may be in the form of a formula. Learn more in this lesson. 

Lecture 64 
Solving Compound Inequalities

02:48  
Lecture 65 
Multiplying and Factoring Polynomials

04:27  
Lecture 66 
Factoring Polynomials

04:00  
Lecture 67 
Solving Quadratic Equations  Part 1

04:46  
Lecture 68 
Solving Quadratic Equations  Part 2

07:39  
Lecture 69 
Practical Exercises  Part 1

05:37  
Lecture 70 
Practical Exercises  Part 2

06:20  
Lecture 71 
Coordinate Graphing

04:22  
Lecture 72 
Slope

07:05  
Lecture 73 
Systems of Equations with Two Variables

04:08  
Lecture 74 
Substitution Method

02:47  
Lecture 75 
Problem Solving with Word Problems

08:40  
Lecture 76 
Ratio Word Problems

05:47  
Lecture 77 
Functions

02:20  
Section 6: Geometry  
Lecture 78  03:14  
Geometric concepts will appear in many of the questions and may be integrated with other concepts. These concepts require the knowledge and application of polygons, plane figures, right triangles, and formulas for determining the area, perimeter, volume, and surface area of an object. Each of these concepts will be discussed in detail in this section. 

Lecture 79 
Angles & Lines  Part 1

06:24  
Lecture 80 
Angles & Parallel Lines  Part 2

06:21  
Lecture 81 
Polygons

08:13  
Lecture 82 
Triangles

06:25  
Lecture 83 
Pythagorean Theorem

04:40  
Lecture 84 
Special Right Triangles

06:02  
Lecture 85 
Pythagorean Triples

02:02  
Lecture 86 
Quadrilaterals

05:37  
Lecture 87 
Circles

07:04  
Lecture 88 
Measurement and Geometry

10:53  
Lecture 89 
Circle Equations

03:23  
Lecture 90 
Tips and Strategies  Part 1

04:02 
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