GMAT Problem Solving – GMAT Strategies
One of the biggest mistakes GMAT test-takers make is that they try to solve GMAT math problems the way their 7th grade algebra teacher would have taught them to. Do you remember your junior high school math teachers? So do we…and it sort of makes us shudder!
The good news is that there is a better way on the GMAT. The traditional way of approaching many GMAT problem solving questions is often the least effective and least efficient way to get a right answer, which of course is your ultimate goal. Why set up an algebraic equation and solve for “x” when you can use the answer choices that are already there for you to your advantage, for example? Your goal should be to get easy and difficult GMAT math questions correct with as little effort in as little time as possible — and this lesson will help you to do just that!
Specifically, this GMAT video tutorial covers:
- Detailed introduction to GMAT problem solving;
- Overview of common GMAT problem solving question types;
- Discussion of the ideal mental approach for attacking GMAT problem solving questions;
- How to make questions involving variables more concrete and easier to solve;
- How to use they answer choices to your advantage to save time and ultimately get more right answers;
- The “WIBNI” master GMAT math move;
- Other non-traditional GMAT strategies with examples and detailed answer explanations
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