A zoom-in, zoom-out, connect-the-dots take on GMAT Problem Solving
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- Created by Loony Corn
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- 5.5 hours on-demand video
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What You will Learn?
- Ace the sentence correction questions on the GMAT!
- Identify the common types of sentence correction questions on the GMAT, and know what techniques to apply
- Know how to spot sentences that sound right but are actually wrong, or that sound wrong, but are actually right
Online Course Description:
The Problem Solving questions on the GMAT are the easiest on the test – which puts the pressure on you, the test-taker, to nail them all.
- The adaptive nature of the GMAT makes easy questions hard. Why this paradox? Because when you get an easy question, the pressure is on you to nail it – and nail it fast. If you miss on an easy question, the adaptive GMAT will relegate you pretty quickly to a lower tier score. And trust me, the pressure this puts on you can often lead you to get an easy question wrong. This is the paradox of the easy-but-hard questions on the GMAT.
- Problem-solving questions, unlike data sufficiency questions, are very predictable indeed. So – don’t fear them. Adopt a methodical, workmanlike approach to these questions, and you will get them right with a minimum of fuss. That’s what this class will help you do.
- Oh, and quick mathematical shortcuts are a big contributor to success on the GMAT. Use these shortcuts to solve questions in record time, or to confirm an answer you already arrived at using a more conventional technique. This course covers loads of such mathematical mnemonics.
- 65 high-quality problem-solving problems, original, and prepared to span the range of such questions on the GMAT
- 5 hours of step-by-step reasoning, so you can learn to think like the test-setters
- Visual highlights so that you really get why alternatives are right or wrong
Who this course is for:
- Yep! Anyone preparing to take the GMAT
- Yep! Non-native speakers looking to level the playing field in the verbal section
- Yep! Anyone that finds grammar jargon incredibly confusing, and would like simple, crisp explanations in everyday language