GRE Quantitative Prep: Arithmetic
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GRE Quantitative Prep: Arithmetic

Master the Arithmetic module for the Quantitative Section of the GRE General Exam.
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Created by Akshat Gupta
Last updated 9/2017
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Price: Free
Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 4 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Have command over the Arithmetic module for GRE General exam.
  • Integers
  • Fractions
  • Decimals
  • Exponents and Roots
  • Factorization
  • Number System
  • GRE General Exam specific problem solving skills
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Requirements
  • Middle school math
  • GRE General Test official guide is required for this course and is a must preparing for the exam. The guide must be on your tips and you should align your preparation in accordance to it.
Description

The GRE General Exam is the most sought after exam by students for Grad school entry and is required in almost all institutions in the United States and many reputed institutions throughout Europe, Asia and Australia. This course is for the Quantitative Section of the GRE General Test. The Quantitative Section in itself is composed of four modules:

  1. Arithmetic
  2. Algebra
  3. Geometry
  4. Data Analysis

This is the first part of the four part series of courses on the Quantitative Section of the GRE General Test. This course is for the Arithmetic Module. The course has absolutely no pre-requisites and people with different levels of expertise in math will find this course useful. This course contains in depth teaching of the basic concepts which are followed by problem solving lectures, specifically focussing on the types of problems that are asked in the GRE General Test.

  • Videos: This course contains in depth teaching of the topics of integers, fractions, decimals, exponents, factorisation etc, all topics that are a part of the Arithmetic module. This course also contains problem solving videos which are a must watch everyone.
  • Notes: All class notes are also available as pdf at the end of the lecture. But yet it is advisable to make your own notes.
  • Quizzes: As this is a free course, quizzes are not a part of this course. A full course on the Arithmetic module is coming up where you will find few more videos and quizzes. So, stay tuned.
Who is the target audience?
  • Students preparing for the GRE General Exam.
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Curriculum For This Course
6 Lectures
01:52:18
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Number Systems-1: Integers
2 Lectures 41:01
Integers
17:10

Problem Solving
23:51
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Number Systems-2: Fractions
1 Lecture 15:42
Fractions
15:42
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Number Systems-3: Decimals
1 Lecture 25:56
Decimals
25:56
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Exponents, Roots and Factorization
2 Lectures 29:39
Exponents and Factorization
21:00

Problem Solving
08:39
About the Instructor
Akshat Gupta
5.0 Average rating
2 Reviews
709 Students
1 Course
Electrical Engineer,Physics Graduate Student,Math Enthusiast

Hi Guys! 

I am Akshat Gupta from India. I'm a graduate of one of the most popular colleges of India - IITs (The Indian Institute of Technology). I did my undergraduate from Indian Institute of Technology Mandi. During my undergraduate, I developed keen interests in areas of physics and mathematics. I have now diverted to physics and will be pursuing Masters in Physics degree from Technical University of Munich(TUM), Germany.

I tend to develop keen interest in anything that is taught using the language of mathematics. As a result, the areas that interest me include but are not limited to physics, machine learning and signal processing.