Master GRE Prep& GMAT Prep Math through Animated Videos-2021

Master GRE Prep& GMAT Prep Math through Animated Videos-2021

Discussion on all GRE & GMAT Concepts required,Data Sufficiency,Problem Solving,Quant Comparison Techniques & Strategies

What you’ll learn
Students will learn the techniques required to stand out of the Crowd and to be No.1 in GRE and GMAT exams
Time Management Tricks for Problem Solving, Quantitative Comparison, Data Sufficiency and Charts are discussed
Guaranteed Score improvements you can see on a regular basis with our Concepts and Tricks
Here you don’t learn Math but you learn things what you required to solve questions of GRE/GMAT
Brief discussion of all the concepts what all you required for Test

Requirements
Students should have Zeal to learn new techniques which helps them to solve math problems easily, accurately and quicklyStudent having the passion to Score 170/170 in GRE Math and 400/400 in GMAT Math are Highly benefited
Description

The benefits what a student get by Completing this Course:
With 15 years of Experience in teaching for GRE and GMAT aspirants, the course was perfectly crafted in such a way here ” you don’t miss any concept required for GRE & GMAT ”

(i) Techniques lead over Concepts:
Most of the GRE/GMAT test-takers struggle to get the right Answers for Quant Comparision, 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 GRE &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,Data sufficiency questions and Quant comparison questions, students used to take a longer time to solve those questions. So with the help of the 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.
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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.
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3.Length of rectangle increased by 30% Side of square increased by 20% and width increased by 10% then then percentage change in area of percentage change in area of rectangle square
A. Quantity A is greater
B. Quantity B is greater
C. Both quantities are equal
D. Relation can’t be determined
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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
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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. pD. Relationship cannot be determined
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By completing this course , you can able to solve the above questions in less than 5 minutes time.
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What Students Say about our Course:
Wow!!! Though, I’ve got the option to skip the rating but I won’t. It’s succinct but detailed. And a job well done in the animations. Thank you so much — by —- Michael Akinsuyi
It really helped me in GRE preparation, and the consciousness of the course helped me to revise all the concepts very quickly before the exam. Animations are really good. Examples taken are very simple and clear — by —- Pradeep.
actually this is my first time of coming across GRE and with this tutorial I am really getting along, and its very well explained. I hope to et a very high score by the time I’m done with the classes and sit for the exam. Thank you– by —- Obioma Chinyere
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It was a great experience indeed for me. Learned lots of new things and whole course was interesting — by —- Krishna Prasad Ghaush
I wasn’t able to find any easy tutorials for Aptitude on Youtube, they were free but they were getting longer. here it is sorted and easy, the length is short as well

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