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[Math Revolution Study Guide]
Please read the instructions carefully, and save or print this file for future reference. You may skip some steps depending on 1) the number of hours you can spare until the exam, 2) your current math skills, and 3) comfort level on your learning.
Content
1. Study Order
2. Tips for students who don’t have enough time to study
3. Tips for quick improvement without studying all study materials
4. 7 other useful tips
[1. Study Order]
☞ For AllInOne course, please follow all steps below.
Step  DS/PS  Video Module  Part  Comment 
1  PS  Math Review (Video: 5 hours)  All  ☞ If your basic math concepts are solid, you may skip this step.  You must know math basics for GMAT Math.  You must memorize the concepts and refer to this back, whenever you need to refresh the concepts.
Ideal for those; ☞ who need to learn very basic math since it's been many years since studying it ☞ who want to refresh their basic math skills

2  DS  DS+PS (Video: 10 hours)  DS Core theory
√ Theory VA √ FAQ √ Practice √ CMT √ By Topic  ☞ Note that you can solve 100% of DS questions using Variable approach. ☞ "MustLearn" Variable approach regardless of math skills ☞ If Step 2 is difficult for you due to lack of math basic, move to Step 4 (Introductory) then come back to Step 2 after Step 4.
 Study “Theory VA + Practice”  Refer to FAQ (DS) to learn specific theory, while studying “Theory VA”. Make sure you fully understand the basics of the Variable approach.  Study “CMT" ("Common Mistake Type") to hit Q4951. These will save significant time in solving 4951 questions.  Learn and practice questions by topic using the Variable approach

3  PS  DS+PS (Video: 12 hours)  PS Core theory
√ Theory IVY √ By Topic  ☞ “MustLearn” IVY approach regardless of math skills.  Study the “Theory IVY”.  Refer to FAQ (PS) to learn specific theory, while studying “Theory IVY”  Practice and master IVY approach by topic
☞ Please note that you can solve 3040% of PS questions by using the IVY approach.

4  PS  Introductory (Difficulty : Q20Q40) (Video: 6 hours)  All (PS)  ☞ If your basic PS skills are solid and your score is over Q40, you may skip this step.  Practice and master Q2040 level questions (PS) using the IVY approach.  You can study this pack while also studying the PS core theory.

5  DS/PS  Basic (Difficulty : Q40Q45) (Video: 9 hours)  All  ☞ If your score is Q45 or above, you may skip this step.  Practice the Q4045 level questions using the Variable and IVY approaches.
☞ This module is important to follow in order to get the first 8 questions correct in CAT (the actual GMAT exam system). If you don’t do well in these first 8 questions, you may have difficulty in exceeding a score of Q45.

6  DS/PS  Official Guide (Difficulty : Q40Q48) (Video: 13 hours)  All  ☞ This is helpful but optional if you are short on time.  You may choose which version to study: 2015, 2016 or 2017 version is duplicated with 2018 version.  We use the “General Official Guide book”, not a Quant Review book.  Solve the questions using the Variable approach and the IVY approach.
☞ Please note that the difficulty level for of OG questions and that the highest possible score is Q48. If you want Q4951, OG is not enough.

7  DS/PS  Advanced (Difficulty : Q49Q51) (Video: 3 hours)  All  ☞ These are "mustlearn” extra tips and techniques for Q4951 questions.  All tips provided are important but the most important tip to learn is CMT 3,4 (Common Mistake Types)
☞ Please note that you can study “Advanced" (over 3hours video), before studying the "Official Guide"(Step 6).

8  DS/PS  Practice Test (Difficulty : Q4051) (Video: 2 hours)  2 sets (video) 5 sets (pdf)   Try to solve at least half the practice tests provided.  Practice and improve your skills.
☞ Please note that you can begin to solve each set of Practice Tests regularly after completing Step 5 (Basic).

9  DS/PS  Special Question Pack (Difficulty : Q4351)  154 questions (pdf)  ☞ Practice these right before your exam. They are the most frequent types of questions you can encounter on the actual GMAT. You can familiarize yourself with these types of questions  You can download this under My Class > Summary
Please note that these are the final questions that can determine your GMAT achievement. ☞ This packet is composed of questions that are most uptodate and appear frequently on the exam. ☞ It provides the key topics that take up to 80% of the exam (Integer, Statistics, Inequality, Probability, Absolute Value) and Geometry questions that students find to be the most difficult. ☞ It provides CMT 3, 4 (Common Mistake Types) questions, which appear most frequently on Q4951.

Added Purchase  DS/PS  700+ level questions (Difficulty : Q5051)  100 questions ($29) 150 questions ($39) (Online)  ☞ The last practice exclusively for 700+ level questions
Ideal for anyone who wants to make sure they hit Q5051. This Ondemand course also provides Q4951 lessons and practice questions. To learn more, click

Added Purchase  DS/PS  Daily Quiz (Difficulty : Q40Q51)  1 month ($29) 2 month ($49) (Emails)  ☞ Receive 5 questions a day via your email. Practice them every day when you are free or after lunch. Math is all about HABIT. Your daily practice can help your math score sky rocket. To learn more, click

Other  DS/PS  GMAC Practice Test  Paid sets (Online)   This is just optional, if you want to check the progress on your score  Buy it from www.mba.com. Practice 1 set every 12 weeks to get an estimated GMAT score. This is a reliable source. We don’t recommend practicing with other sources because their questions tend to be outdated and their estimated score tends to be higher, thus unrealistic and unreliable.

[2. Tips for students who don’t have enough time to study]
If you really cannot find enough time to study and have only 23 weeks at maximum, we suggest you just focus on DS. DS is a quickwin compared to PS. You can follow above steps but study DS sections only. If your current score is at Q4346, mastering the Variable Approach of DS only will still get you a score of 49. If you have some time left to study PS after mastering DS, please study PS using the guidance above.
[3. Tips for quick improvement without studying all materials]
Please remember that key questions for GMAT Math are “Integer, Statistics, Probability, Inequality and Absolute Value”, which account for 80% of the GMAT exam. Among 5 chapters, Integer and Statistics are most frequent and most important compare to the other 3 chapters. Please try to master and focus on these 5 chapters. If you can find more time, you can further study “Geometry” and “Equation”
[4. Other useful tips]
☞ Study Math Revolution only  We suggest you NOT study outside sources' materials from the source outside Math Revolution. Their questions tend to be “outofdate”, and teach “general math skills” that takes very long to improve and are often not related to GMAT math. GMAT math requires logical skills and basic math skills related to GMAT math. We teach “GMAT math”, not “general math”. We also use “Uptodate” questions that tend to appear in the actual exam.
☞ “Math Secret” video  In the "ondemand" course, you will see "Math Secret" videos. This section shows good examples of each secret solution type. You can refer back to them anytime.
☞ Theory Flash Card  We offer Theory Flashcard which explains key concepts of the Variable Approach and IVY Approach. You can download it from “My Class → Summary”. Please print and refer to it whenever needed.
☞ Two Study Options  Under "Study Room", you can practice questions, then watch the video solutions or read written solutions with screenshots of the videos. You can also watch videos directly without practicing questions. We recommend that you watch the videos entirely, especially those for DS+PS (Core theory), since our approach is very unique and different from conventional approaches. Please note that we do not provide practice options for "Math Review" and "Official Guide".
☞ Screenshot of video explanation Under "My Class→Study Room", "the endshot of each video" can be printed for a quick review of the entire writing on the board. You can study this when you do not have enough time to watch the entire video.
☞ Open Questions  If you have “any questions regarding math videos”, please post your questions at the Q&A of each video in the "Study Room" under "My Class". We operate "Open Forum" for Q&A on all our videos so everyone can benefit from open Q&A’s.
☞ Video speed control : You can control the speed of our lecture videos from 0.5 times to 2.0 times the original speed depending on your skills and comfort level.
Forget conventional ways of solving GMAT Math problems.
While some students hit a score of 45 at minimum, 90% of our students hit a score of 49 and above. The remarkable and guaranteed improvements in scores are what differentiate Math Revolution from all other GMAT prep courses.
We do not make promises that we can’t keep. However, results may vary depending on your current math skills and the number of hours you have available to study per day.
☞ Students with a score of less than 34 ==> 25 months.
Many students scoring at this level are very weak with math basics. The major difference between Q20’s34 and Q3542 is basic math skills.
Please always remember the principle of "Slow, Hand, Detail".
How to score between Q4549
If you are stuck at 30'slow 40's, your issue would be PS and your basic math skills are probably shaky. You most likely make unnecessary mistakes in basictomiddle level questions and you cannot move up to advanced level questions in CAT's.
Many students at this level of scoring seem to solve the questions with their eyes, meaning they easily understand what is taught but they don't actually understand the entire process of calculation when writing it out. If they encounter such questions, they tend not to solve them.
If this sounds like you, please always remember the principle of "Slow, Hand, Detail".
If you do not follow the above advice, but think you know it well, you cannot solve the problems properly.
If you are not strong in basic math skills, your PS won’t be good. If your PS isn't good, you will have a difficult time in establishing equations in DS. So, your DS will not be good either.
How to score between Q4951
Our experience is that many students at this score level are good at both DS and PS.
Their issues
How to score Q5051 in a shortperiod of time
You are at the score level of Q2530.
Please refer to FAQ Q6 ➔ “How to improve from Q2534 to Q4549”
It is not easy, but possible. Purchase AllInOne course, and focus and master solely the DS section. If you study at least 3 hours a day, you can improve your score in just about 2 weeks. Variable Approach for DS is a quick win compared to IVY Approach, a method for PS. Also, a majority of questions that determine a score of 5051 are DS. If you focus on DS for 2 weeks, you can improve your score by 35 points. In essence, hitting a score of 49 is doable by studying and mastering DS only. However, you should have good math basics.
If you register for a membership on our site, we offer full access to “Free Trial Pack” (4hour lesson) that explains our secret approaches to DS+PS core theory that you have never seen before. You can test and prove whether you like our unique approach or not before you actually enroll. Please note that the “Free Trial Pack” is only a part of the paid course, and it is not as fully comprehensive as our full course. After login, you can watch it under “My Class”. Get It Now!
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The video course is very comprehensive for mastering GMAT Math. The Daily quiz is to help motivate students to practice them every day and to keep reminding them of their of MBA dreams.
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Scoring 5051 is not difficult, but it requires you to master CMT 3 and 4 (Common Mistake Type). CMT is a very important methodology to tackle all hard questions easily, with speed and accuracy. If you learn this, you can solve difficult questions in 2 minutes while it takes 45 minutes for you to solve them through conventional ways. You can learn CMT 3 and 4 in “DS+PS” and “Advanced” in our paid courses. Also, Click to the article featured in GMAT Club. This article is very useful for anyone who desires to achieve a score of 51.
Unlike most of the other test prep companies that do not frequently update their contents, Math Revolution has our own Math Research Institute that regularly conducts a research, updates question banks, and offers the newest types of questions based on surveys we conduct on the actual test takers. You cannot get high scores on the GMAT Math if you only study with outdated questions. In fact, many mock tests and questions on CAT that are easily available everywhere for purchase also contain the outdated questions. This is why so many students experience huge differences between their mock test scores and their actual scores. Hence, it is very important that you understand the trend on the types of questions used on the exam. Please Click to the article featured in GMAT Club. This article is very useful for anyone who wants to know the most current trend for the GMAT Math questions.