Understanding probability isn’t just important for improving your odds at the roulette table in Las Vegas. It’s also important if you want a high GMAT Quant score, as many of the 700+-level questions you’ll see on test day involve probability.

**Here’s the good news.** Almost every probability question you’ll encounter on the GMAT — even the most advanced ones — can be quickly solved using just a few key rules and strategies.

**And here’s the even better news.** I’m going to teach them to you in the free webinar I’m hosting on **Tuesday, August 7th** at **8:30pm EST** (5:30pm Pacific).

**WHAT:** How to Dominate Hard GMAT Probability Questions (Free Webinar)

**DATE:** Tuesday, August 7, 2018

**TIME:** 8:30pm Eastern Time U.S. (5:30pm Pacific)

**WHO:** Brett Ethridge, Lead GMAT Instructor, Dominate Test Prep

**Register: https://www.dominatetestprep.com/p/gmat-probability-webinar-8-7-18**

Specifically, here’s what I’m going to be covering in this content-packed webinar:

- Understanding the foundational probability formula and how to apply it;
- The difference between “or” and “and” on repeated-iteration GMAT probability questions;
- How to avoid the common “without replacement” trap;
- The single most important probability formula you should know that makes even the hardest GMAT probability questions relatively easy and painless;
- Breakdown of numerous practice questions including the challenging “at least” and “at most” questions;
- And more!

My job is to teach you as many cool tips and strategies as I can during our time together so that you get more probability questions right on test day. I love it when my students experience breakthroughs on challenging GMAT concepts, and I’m confident that will be the case for you on Tuesday. (Who knows, it might just help you win some money in Vegas as well!)

Your job is to show up, take notes, and practice what I teach you until you have it down pat so that no matter what the GMAT throws at you on test day, you’re prepared.

But first you have to get yourself registered. Go ahead and click the button below, enter your name and e-mail address to reserve your spot, and then mark your calendar so that you don’t miss this important GMAT math workshop.

See you on Tuesday!