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Learn all the concepts of mathematics and the problem solving techniques required to perform well in the quantitative section of the GMAT.
Get a thorough overview of the wide range of mathematics topics covered in the GMAT quantitative section, prepare easily through techniques and get rid of your fear of Mathematics.
Formulas and Problem Solving Techniques
Number Theory, Fractions and Exponents
Products, Powers and Roots
Percentages and Absolute Value
Algebra, Remainders and Word problems
Distance and Work Word Problems
Advanced Overlapping Sets
Triangles, Polygons and Circles
Coordinate Geometry, Standard Deviation and Probability
Combinations and Permutations
Sequences and Progressions
3D Geometries
Effectively Prepare in Limited Time and Boost your Quant scores
Learning to solve problems under time pressure is an important part of preparing for the GMAT. Of course, you should do everything you can do to maximize your ability to perform at the highest level on as many questions as possible. Of course, that’s what any responsible person preparing for the GMAT will strive to do. But the best laid plans of mice and men go oft astray. As well as you prepare and as diligently as you practice, you may still find yourself at the end of a section on a real GMAT running out of time. The strategies in this course will help you to tackle such situations and improve your performance.
Content and Overview
Whether you are starting your preparation or want to brush up all the topics after your preparation, this course serves you to the greatest extent possible. Start your math preparation now and excel in the quantitative section of GMAT.
Want to get the maximum possible score on the GMAT? Maximize your quantitative score which is going to maximize your overall score. We will learn all concepts thoroughly required for performing effectively on the GMAT with efficient techniques which come in handy on the actual GMAT examination.
This course covers all concepts of GMAT Math section and things to keep in mind while preparing for GMAT. It helps you to get an overview of all the concepts and shows you the way to practice through examples. I have covered a wide variety of topics needed to excel in the math section. Even for those who are scared of mathematics, this course is a motivation and a good resource to achieve a high score on the GMAT math section. It is a good start for students preparing for GMAT.
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Lecture 0  01:52  
Learn all the concepts of mathematics and the problem solving techniques required to perform well in the quantitative section of the GMAT. Get a thorough overview of the wide range of mathematics topics covered in the GMAT quantitative section, prepare easily through techniques and get rid of your fear of Mathematics. Formulas and Problem Solving Techniques Number Theory, Fractions and Exponents Products, Powers and Roots Percentages and Absolute Value Algebra, Remainders and Word problems Distance and Work Word Problems Advanced Overlapping Sets Triangles, Polygons and Circles Coordinate Geometry, Standard Deviation and Probability Combinations and Permutations Sequences and Progressions 3D Geometries
Effectively Prepare in Limited Time and Boost your Quant scores Learning to solve problems under time pressure is an important part of preparing for the GMAT. Of course, you should do everything you can do to maximize your ability to perform at the highest level on as many questions as possible. Of course, that’s what any responsible person preparing for the GMAT will strive to do. But the best laid plans of mice and men go oft astray. As well as you prepare and as diligently as you practice, you may still find yourself at the end of a section on a real GMAT running out of time. The strategies in this course will help you to tackle such situations and improve your performance.
Content and Overview Whether you are starting your preparation or want to brush up all the topics after your preparation, this course serves you to the greatest extent possible. Start your math preparation now and excel in the quantitative section of GMAT. Want to get the maximum possible score on the GMAT? Maximize your quantitative score which is going to maximize your overall score. We will learn all concepts thoroughly required for performing effectively on the GMAT with efficient techniques which come in handy on the actual GMAT examination. This course covers all concepts of GMAT Math section and things to keep in mind while preparing for GMAT. It helps you to get an overview of all the concepts and shows you the way to practice through examples. I have covered a wide variety of topics needed to excel in the math section. Even for those who are scared of mathematics, this course is a motivation and a good resource to achieve a high score on the GMAT math section. It is a good start for students preparing for GMAT. What are the requirements?
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Section 1: GMAT Math Overview and Intelligent Strategies  

Lecture 2 
Introduction to GMAT Math
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Lecture 3  05:58  
On the GMAT Quantitative section, the Problem Solving questions are just the familiar fivechoice multiple choice math problems you have seen on every standardized test since school days. 

Lecture 4  10:31  
Data Sufficiency (DS) questions are unique to the GMAT, so they may seem strange to you at first. In this lecture, you will learn the basic format of GMAT data sufficiency questions, and you will learn systematic techniques for solving them. 

Lecture 5 
Memory versus Memorizing

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Lecture 6  07:09  
You won’t be able to solve a complex overlapping probability question if you don’t understand overlapping sets. Good fundamentals make the extraordinary feats possible. That’s why the best athletes practice the fundamentals of their sport everyday, and it’s also why you should practice and master the math fundamentals that underlying many of the GMAT’s math questions. These GMAT math formulas are the basis for countless questions on the exam; expect to have to employ them while solving both easy and difficulty questions. 

Lecture 7  16:45  
Number Theory is concerned with the properties of numbers in general, and in particular integers. Integers are defined as: all negative natural numbers , zero , and positive natural An even number is an integer of the form , where is an integer. 

Lecture 8  10:20  
Lecture 9  04:51  
Exponents signify repeated selfmultiplication. E.g.,: 23= 2*2*2 Exponents are a shorthand way of representing repeated multiplication. Consider the following examples, which are all exponential equations because a term is multiplied by itself multiple times 

Lecture 10  05:27  
While most questions in this Products, Powers and Roots rely on a few basic rules, many testtakers don’t know those rules, and the harder questions make it difficult to recognize how to apply them 

Lecture 11  05:02  
A percentage is a way of expressing a number as a fraction of 100 (per cent meaning "per hundred"). It is oftendenoted using the percent sign, "%", or the abbreviation "pct". Since a percent is an amount per 100, percent canbe represented as fractions with a denominator of 100. For example, 25% means 25 per 100, 25/100 and 350%means 350 per 100, 350/100. A percent can be represented as a decimal. The following relationship characterizes how percent and decimals interact. Percent Form / 100 = Decimal Form For example: What is 2% represented as a decimal? 

Lecture 12  08:52  
The absolute value (or modulus) of a real number x is x's numerical value without regard to its sign. 

Lecture 13  14:17  
Manipulation of various algebraic expressions Equations in 1 & more variables Dealing with nonlinear equations Algebraic identities 

Lecture 14  05:43  
If x and y are positive integers, there exist unique integers q and r, called the quotient and remainder, respectively, such that y= divisor*quotient+remainder = xq+r and 0<=r<x . For example, when 15 is divided by 6, the quotient is 2 and the remainder is 3 since 15 = 6*2+3. Notice that 0<=r<=x means that remainder is a nonnegative integer and always less than divisor. This formula can also be written as y/x = q+r/x. 

Lecture 15  09:33  
1) Read the entire question carefully and get a feel for what is happening. Identify what kind of word problem 

Lecture 16  04:10  
What is a ‘D/S/T’ Word Problem? 

Lecture 17  04:49  
What is a ‘Work’ Word Problem? It involves a number of people or machines working together to complete a task. 

Lecture 18  10:13  
Some 700+ GMAT quantitative questions will require you to know and understand the formulas for set theory,presenting three sets and asking various questions about them. There are two main formulas to solve questions involving three overlapping sets. Total = A+B+C  (sum of 2group overlaps) + (all three) + Neither Let's see how this formula is derived. When we add three groups A, B, and C some sections are counted more than once. For instance: sections d, e, 

Lecture 19  16:47  
Triangle is a closed figure consisting of three line segments linked endtoend. A 3sided polygon. The vertex (plural: vertices) is a corner of the triangle. Every triangle has three vertices. The base of a triangle can be any one of the three sides, usually the one drawn at the bottom. The altitude of a triangle is the perpendicular from the base to the opposite vertex. (The base may Area: The number of square units it takes to exactly fill the interior of a triangle. 

Lecture 20  11:06  
Types of Polygon Regular A polygon with all sides and interior angles the same. Regular polygons are always convex. 

Lecture 21  09:51  
A line forming a closed loop, every point on which is a fixed distance from a center point. Circle could also be 

Lecture 22  13:42  
Coordinate geometry, or Cartesian geometry, is the study of geometry using a coordinate system and the principles of algebra and analysis. In coordinate geometry, points are placed on the "coordinate plane" as shown below. The coordinate plane is a 

Lecture 23  05:51  
Standard Deviation (SD, or STD or sigma )  a measure of the dispersion or variation in a distribution, equal to the square root of variance or the arithmetic mean (average) of squares of deviations from the arithmetic mean. In simple terms, it shows how much variation there is from the "average" (mean). It may be thought of as the 

Lecture 24  11:49  
A number expressing the probability (p) that a specific event will occur, expressed as the ratio of the number of p=n/N q=(Nn)/N=1p 

Lecture 25  05:41  
Combinatorics is the branch of mathematics studying the enumeration, combination, and permutation of sets of elements and the mathematical relations that characterize their properties. Enumeration is a method of counting all possible ways to arrange elements. Although it is the simplest method, it is often the fastest method to solve hard GMAT problems and is a pivotal principle for any other combinatorial method. In fact, combination and permutation is shortcuts for enumeration. The main idea of enumeration is writing down all possible ways and then count them. 

Lecture 26  06:29  
Sequence: It is an ordered list of objects. It can be finite or infinite. The elements may repeat themselves more than once in the sequence, and their ordering is important unlike a set. 

Lecture 27  04:33  
The GMAT often tests on the knowledge of the geometries of 3D objects such cylinders, cones, cubes & spheres. 
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