Mastering GMAT Math: GMAT Quant Section Review - Videos

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MBA Podcaster host Mia Saini digs up strategies on how to master the Quantitative Section on the GMAT from two MBA Podcaster host Mia Saini digs up strategies on how to master the Quantitative Section on the GMAT from two GMAT masters from Manhattan GMAT. Find out how to pick up those extra GMAT math points by using the “rephrasing” technique, identifying problem types, and knowing when to give up. Also, hear what an MBA admissions director has to say about your Quant Score.

Guests include:
– Chris Ryan, Director of Product and Instructor Development, ManhattanGMAT
– Steve Shaheen, GMAT Instructor, Manhattan GMAT
– Analilia Silva, Associate Director of Admissions, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University
– Abiola Oke, MBA Applicant

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19 COMMENTS

  1. 4:52 he did not say anything about the equation. Solve for what?

    Did he pass GMAT math?

    Probably he missed to complete the equation as he want to exagerate the exponents, but again it's no more than grade 7 math in Singapore.

  2. @Aquamarine627 you can simplify expressions with exponents without having to know the entire equation…maybe you should review your 7th grade Singapore Math book…

  3. @Aquamarine627( x^2)^1/2/17=x/17
    is this was an equation, we know X,
    but if this was not an equation, we need to know X.
    He is just given an example of DS. like the guy has pointed out, you prolly need to revise your 7th and my 4th grade textbook.

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