# Master Best GMAT Math Prep Course to Score 360+ in GMAT-2022

A Complete GMAT Math Prep Course with all Concepts and Techniques to solve Data Sufficiency & Problem Solving in 2021

**Language**: english

**Note**: 4.1/5 (57 notes) 12,314 students

**Instructor(s)**: Devaki subbalakshmi

**Last update**: 2021-11-30

## What you’ll learn

- Students will learn the techniques required to stay out of the Crowd and to be No.1 in Competitive Exams
- Time Management Tricks for Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency are discussed
- Guaranteed Score improvements you can see on a regular basis with our Concepts and Tricks
- Techniques that boost the student confidence and make them work like a human Calculator
- Here you don’t learn Math but you learn things what you required to solve the questions of GMAT
- Brief discussion of all concepts what all you required to reach the target score of 400/400 in GMAT Maths

## Requirements

- Students must be interest towards learning new techniques to solve GMAT Problem Solving and data Sufficiency Math problems easily, accurately and quickly
- Student must have Zeal to stay out of the Crowd and Succeed in GMAT

## Description

*Hi Students, here I am going to tell you **how our course is different from others*

1. Our Course is designed through **White Board Animated Videos**, So you can avoid seeing the face of Trainer, which improves your attention.

2. Your trainer is an expert with 15 years of Experience in teaching GMAT.

3. You will gets the best Techniques as per GMAT Exam Standards in 2021.

4. Here you see how to apply the learned techniques in Real GMAT Test.

5. Here we don’t teach but we train you to solve any type of Data Sufficiency & Problem Solving questions.

6. We the testprep24 team is available **24*7** to clarify your doubts.

7. Guaranteed Score improvements you can be seen on a regular basis.

*The benefits what a student get by Completing this Course:*

** With 15 years of Experience in teaching for GMAT aspirants, the course was perfectly crafted in such a way here ” you don’t miss any concept required for GMAT ” **

*(i) Techniques lead over Concepts:*

*Most of the GMAT test-takers struggle to get the right Answers for Data Sufficiency and Multiple Choice Questions because they are unaware that **Eliminating wrong answers is quiet easy than finding the Correct Answer**. Here you learn those Techniques. *

*(ii) If No Time then have Time:*

*The traditional way of solving questions kill your time in Exam so we teach you the techniques that save your time and improves Accuracy.*

*(iii) Animated Videos:*

* Our Course is designed through **White Board Animated Videos**, So you can avoid seeing the face of Trainer, which improves your attention. *

*(iv) Concepts what you will learn in this course?*

* In this course, you will learn all the topics needed for GMAT Maths like Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Permutations, Probability, Inequalities, Statistics, Graphs along with this the different concepts of numbers etc . *

**(v) Techniques what you will learn in this course?**

*In this course we will discuss the techniques needed for the students. Generally, while answering multiple-choice questions, and Data sufficiency questions students used to take a longer time to solve those questions. So with the help of these techniques like eliminations, approximations, substitutions and sequencing students will gain knowledge in solving the problems from the answer choices. This helps the students to save lot of time while solving tough questions so that he can utilise that time for other questions. Here, the student will learn the strategies to answer the questions with out actually solving them.*

(vi) **Can you solve the following questions in 8 minutes time?**

**1. Is |p+2| > |q-2|**

**Statement (1): ‘p’ is even prime number**

**Statement (2):‘q’ is a highest common factor of 4 and 6**

A. Statement (1) alone is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient.

B. Statement (1) alone is not sufficient, but statement (2) alone is sufficient.

C. Statement (1) & (2) together are sufficient, but individually are not sufficient.

D. Statement (1) alone or statement (2) alone is sufficient.

E. Statement (1) & (2) together are not sufficient to answer the question.

**2. Is P > 2 ?**

**Statement 1 : |p + 1| < 3**

**Statement 2 : |p – 1|< 3**

A. Statement (1) alone is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient.

B. Statement (1) alone is not sufficient, but statement (2) alone is sufficient.

C. Statement (1) & (2) together are sufficient, but individually are not sufficient.

D. Statement (1) alone or statement (2) alone is sufficient.

E. Statement (1) & (2) together are not sufficient to answer the question.

**3. A company having 45,600 employees offered a voluntary retirement scheme. 40% of the employees applied for VRS but the company has rejected 15% of applications, but only 9120 employees took the retirement through the scheme. What percentage of employees did not take retirement even through their applications are not rejected.**

A. 25%

B. 24%

C. 14%

D. 13%

**4. John and Roy were each paid X dollars in advance to do a certain job together. John worked on the job for 10 hours and Roy worked 2 hours less than John. If Roy gives john Y dollars of his payment, they would have received the same hourly wage. What was the dollar amount in terms of Y that Roy was paid in advance?**

A. 5Y

B. 6Y

C. 8Y

D. 9Y

**5. A company has 2,823 employees as on January 2021.The Company hired p% of employees and fired q% of employees. By the end of the year, the company has same number of employees as in the beginning of the year. Then which of the following is true?**

A. p>q

B. p=q

C. p<q

D. Relationship cannot be determined

**By completing this course , you can able to solve the above questions in less than 5 minutes time.**

**What Students Say about our Course:**

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## Who this course is for

- Students appearing for GMAT any planning to stay Ahead of other
- Students who wants to improve your Calculation Speed and manage their time during GMAT test
- Students who want to save time and improve accuracy by including Vedic Math techniques in their GMAT test
- The students who are planning to revise all Maths concepts for GMAT

## Course content

- GMAT Introduction
- GMAT Introduction 1
- GMAT Introduction 2
- GMAT Introduction 3
- GMAT Introduction 4
- GMAT Introduction 5

- GMAT Data Sufficiency
- Data Sufficiency Part 1
- Data Sufficiency Part 2

- Some More Data Sufficiency
- Question 1
- Question 2
- Question 3
- Question 4
- Question 5
- Question 6
- Question 7
- Question 8
- Question 9
- Question 10

- Problem Solving Techniques
- Approximation Technique 1
- Approximation Technique 2
- Elimination Technique 1
- Elimination Technique 2
- Substitution Technique 1
- Substitution Technique 2
- Quiz on Substitution Techniques
- Solutions to quiz questions
- Sequencing Technique 1
- Sequencing Technique 2
- Sequencing Technique 3

- Numbers
- Numbers Classification
- Integers Classification
- Fibonacci sequence & BODMAS
- Decimals & Place Value
- Conversion of Decimals to Fractions & Recurring Decimals
- Operations Through Fractions
- Mixed Fractions, Factors & Multiples
- L.C.M & H.C.F 1
- L.C.M & H.C.F 2, Sum of Factors & Number of Factors
- Factorials
- Divisibility Rules
- Technique to find Mixed Fraction

- Arithmetic 1
- Ratio & Proportion Introduction
- Dividing & Combining Ratios
- Proportion
- Different Types of Proportion
- Introduction to Percentages
- Percentage Change & Conversion of Percent into Fractions
- Examples
- Percentage_Examples
- More Examples
- Profit & Loss Introduction And Formulas
- Examples
- How to find Profit Or Loss Percentage
- Successive Discounts
- Simple Interest & Compound Interest

- Arithmetic 2
- Averages Introduction & Examples on Linear Data
- How to find Average for Non-Linear Data
- Examples
- Mixtures Introduction & Example
- Example 2
- Example 3
- Time & Distance Intro & Formulae
- Rates EX_1
- Rates EX_2
- Rates EX_3

- Geometry 1
- Lines & Angles
- Triangles Basics
- Triangles Formulas
- Pythagorean Theorem
- Types Of Triangles
- Special Triangles
- Quadrilaterals
- Polygons

- Geometry 2
- Circles Basics
- Circle Properties
- 3-D Geometry 1
- 3-D Geometry 2
- Co-Ordinate Geometry

- Algebra 1
- Algebra Introduction
- Roots of a Quadratic Equation
- Exponents And Powers
- Functions & Simple Equations

- Algebra 2
- Inequalities Introduction
- Absolute Values
- Solving a Quadratic Inequality
- Different Solutions of a Quadratic Expressions

- Counting
- Permutations
- Example
- Approaches to solve Permutation & Combination
- Conditional Slots
- More Examples
- Probability Introduction
- Independent & Dependent Event
- Types Of Questions
- Progressions

- Sets & Venn Diagrams
- Introduction to Sets
- Two Sets
- Three Sets
- Grids

- Statistics
- Introduction to Mean ,Mode and Median
- Standard Deviation
- Normal Distribution
- Examples
- Percentiles And Quartiles
- Examples on Quartiles

- Data Interpretation
- Data Interpretation Introduction
- Tabular Form
- Pie Chart
- Bar Graph

- Process of Elimination- Time Saver Techniques
- Question No.1
- Question No.2
- Question No.3
- Question No.4
- Question No.5
- Question No.6
- Question No.7
- Question No.8
- Question No.9
- Question No.10
- Question No.11
- Question No.12
- Question No.13
- Question No.14
- Question No.15
- Question No.16
- Question No.17
- Question No.18
- Question No.19
- Question No.20
- Question No.21
- Question No.22
- Question No.23
- Question No.24
- Question No.25

- Process of Eliminating Answers Using Digital Sum
- Digital Sum 1
- Digital Sum 2
- Digital Sum 3
- Digital Sum 4
- Digital Sum 5

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