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# GMAT Video Tutorials

Perfect for people who feel they need a little extra help as they study for the GMAT on their own, Dominate the GMAT‘s individual video lessons cover all of the most important topics and content-areas tested on the GMAT and really bring the material to life (after all, is there anything worse than trying to learn a bunch of arcane math formulas or grammar rules from a textbook?).

All gmat video tutorials teach you the relevant content and, more importantly, exactly how to translate that knowledge into getting right answers on real GMAT questions.

Choose from the following categories:

## Miscellaneous Verbal Topics — \$25 per topic

Sentence Correction – Part 1
Sentence Correction overview; the anatomy of Sentence Corrections; plan of attack for systematically working sentence correction questions; effectiveness rules; common wrong answers; and more!

Sentence Correction – Part 2
Detailed grammar instruction on the most commonly-tested points of English grammar including subject-verb agreement, pronouns, parallel construction, misplaced modifiers, idioms, and more!

Critical Reasoning – Part 1
Critical reasoning overview; the anatomy of Critical Reasoning questions; plan of attack for systematically working these types of problems; parts of a logical argument; identifying assumptions; and more!

Critical Reasoning – Part 2
Common types of Critical Reasoning questions; common patterns of GMAT arguments, how to identify them, and how to use that knowledge to zero in on the assumptions that will lead to correct answers; and more!

Reading comprehension overview; the anatomy of Reading Comprehension questions; how to read passages for maximum effectiveness on all question types; outlining techniques; common question types and passage patterns; common wrong answers; and more!

## Miscellaneous Quantitative Topics — \$25 per topic

Data Sufficiency – Part 1
Data sufficiency overview; how to systematically work through data sufficiency questions; understanding the answer choices including sample questions for each one; a “cheat sheet” for helping you to eliminate wrong answers after certain determinations have been made; and more!

Data Sufficiency – Part 2
Ways to solidify your understanding of data sufficiency methodology; the most common data sufficiency question patterns (with examples of each); how to easily handle “yes/no” question types; a fool-proof strategy for handling variables; and more!

Problem Solving – Overview and Non-Traditional Math Techniques
Introduction to GMAT problem solving, common question types, and the mental approach for systematically working each problem; detailed explanation of several non-traditional math techniques that will enable you to quickly and easily turn difficult problems into run-of-the-mill ones and instantly improve your math abilities; numerous examples with answer explanations; and more!

Percents, Fractions, Decimals, Ratios, Averages, Statistics, and Prime Factorization
Just what it sounds like — an overview of percents, fraction, decimals, ratios, averages, statistics, and prime factorization (including Least Common Multiples and Greatest Common Factors) with an emphasis on common GMAT questions and shortcuts for solving them!

Problem Solving – Common GMAT Word Problems
“A train leaves Chicago heading west at 85mph. Another train leaves the station 30 minutes later heading east at 90mph….” Did you instantly get a headache reading that sentence? Having bad 10th grade flashbacks? Then this lesson is for you. It covers the most common word problem types on the GMAT, and the most effective strategies for handling each one.

Quadratic Equations, Simultaneous Equations, and Inequalities
Overview of the algebra concepts students often have the most difficulty with; focus is on the most common quadratic equations tested on the GMAT, and the easiest and quickest ways to solve simultaneous equations and inequalities; lots of examples and direct application.

Exponents, Roots and Radicals, and Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
GMAT exponent and roots/radicals rules; how to multiply and divide polynomials with different exponents; how to quickly and easily simplify algebraic expressions involving roots and radicals; algebraic functions; practice examples; tricks for handling harder questions.

Probability and Combinatorics
This lesson takes the hardest math concepts tested on the GMAT and makes them easy to understand and accessible. No complex formula memorization here! Learn how to get right answers on even the hardest counting (“How many ways…?”) and probability questions.

Geometry – Overview, Figures, and Non-Standard Geometry Techniques
Learn how to get right answers on geometry questions even if you don’t know how to do the math; characteristics of problem solving and data sufficiency figures; manipulating figures to determine sufficiency; drawing figures to scale; and more useful tricks!

Geometry – Triangles
Triangles are the most commonly-tested geometry topic on the GMAT. This lesson covers: Review of pertinent triangle rules; 4 common right triangles; the Pythagorean Theorem; equilateral and isosceles triangles; example problems from Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency; and more!

Geometry – Circles
Review of important circle formulas and concepts; finding the area of sectors of a circle; calculating arcs and chords; central angles and inscribed angles; shaded regions; tangents; practice problems; and more!

Geometry – Solid Geometry
Overview of 3-D shapes as they’re tested on the GMAT, with a focus on cylinders and boxes; finding the surface area and volume of cylinders and boxes; “longest rod” problems; application examples; and more!

Coordinate Geometry
Understanding the xy-coordinate plane; finding the distance between two points; slopes; calculating the equation of a line; finding points on a line; midpoints and bisectors; and more!

## GMAT Integrated Reasoning — \$25 per topic

Integrated Reasoning
In-depth exploration of the GMAT’s new Integrated Reasoning section. Overview of the skills and concepts tested in the Integrated Reasoning section as well as exploration of I.R. scoring. General and specific strategies and detailed explanation of each of the four question formats: Table Analysis; Graphics Interpretation; Multi-Source Reasoning; and Two-Part Analysis. Examples of each with explanations and miscellaneous test-taking strategies.

## The GMAT Essay (AWA) — \$25 per topic

Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
Overview of the GMAT essay, including scoring criteria, time management, how to structure your essay, and how to write an effective “Analysis of an Argument” essay in the time provided; detailed look at the GMAT “Analysis of an Argument” essay, including instruction on how to properly analyze an argument, with a guided discussion of an actual essay topic; and more!

## Tutorials and Practice Tests

Private GMAT Tutoring – Live One-on-One or Web-Based – Prices Vary by Hours
As thorough and effective as our video lessons are, we understand that some students may prefer private, one-on-one GMAT tutoring. Here’s your opportunity. Whether you want a comprehensive GMAT curriculum covering all aspects of the GMAT, or you just want concentrated coaching in certain GMAT subject areas, we’ve got you covered. No matter where you are in the world, you’ve got access to the best private GMAT tutors in the industry…guaranteed!

Computer-Adaptive GMAT Simulator Exams — \$14.95 per test
The most accurate GMAT simulator exams available today, these practice tests are comprised of questions representative of the very latest administrations of the GMAT. They are important to develop your “mental clock” and time management skills, as well as to help you become familiar with the experience of taking a full-length GMAT on the computer. Additionally, these tests will serve as benchmarks to help you chart your progress and identify areas for continued improvement.