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Consolidated "Thursdays with Ron" Quant & DS

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18 Jun 2013, 20:38
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Hi All,

This is the consolidated "Thursdays with Ron" Quant and DS list.
Hope it helps!

December 3, 2009:
Quantitative: Combinatorics

December 17, 2009:
Quantitative: Efficient Choice of Variables in Word Problems, and Weighted Averages

February 4, 2010:
Quantitative: Backup Methods and General GMAT: Timing/Algorithm Related Problems

February 18, 2010:
Quantitative: Absolute Value Equations

March 18, 2010:
Quantitative: Inequality Workshop, Part 1

April 1, 2010:
Quantitative: Coordinate Geometry and Critical Reasoning: Decoding Prompts

April 29, 2010:
Quantitative: Rate/Time/Distance and Digits

May 27, 2010:
Quantitative: Inequality Workshop, Part 2

June 10, 2010:
Applications of Prime Factorizations

July 8, 2010:
Quantitative: Sequence Notation

July 22, 2010:
Quantitative: Probabilities and Verbal: Review of all Problem Types

October 21, 2010:
Quantitative: "IF" statements in Data Sufficiency Sentence Correction: Numerical comparisons

November 4, 2010:
Quantitative: problems on which traditional algebra doesnt work

February 17, 2011:
Quantitative: probability

March 17, 2011:
coordinate geometry data sufficiency

July 28, 2011:
Quantitative: Absolute Values and Unit Conversions

August 11, 2011:
Quant: Unit Conversion Problems, Rate problems with Hypothetical Cases, Mixture Problems

November 3, 2011:
Quant: Remainders

December 1, 2011:
Organization for Word Problems

December 15, 2011:
Averages: Sums and Sequences

January 19, 2012:
Ratios and Rates Problems

February 2, 2012:
Quant: Rate Problems Workshop

March 29, 2012:
Quant: Flexibility in Problem Solving, Part 1

April 12, 2012:
Quant: Inequalities Workshop Part 3

November 15, 2012:
Quant: Problems Involving Sums

January 10, 2013:
Quant: Problems on which algebra is not your friend

February 7, 2013:
Quant: Fractions, Percents, and Ratios

February 21, 2013:
Fractions, Percents, and Ratios (continued)

March 21, 2013:
Quant: Flexibility in Problem Solving

April 4, 2013:
Quant: Flexibility in Problem Solving Critical Reasoning: Passages Containing Statistics

Data Sufficiency:

January 20, 2011:
Data Sufficiency: Number Line Problems, part 2 Data Sufficiency: Problems with Unknown Angles

April 14, 2011:
A Firm Foundation for Data Sufficiency Coordinate Geometry DS, part 2

August 23, 2012:
Data Sufficiency: Testing Cases

September 13, 2012:
Data Sufficiency: Testing Cases (Part 2)

Bonus
August 5, 2010:
General GMAT: Timing Considerations

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19 Jun 2013, 00:28
nice andcool information thanks for providing this info
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15 May 2015, 11:41
Ron really does have some gems in his videos. Even though it's not related to quant, I found his "A new way of approaching SC" completely game changing. He suggests going through the OG, with only one area in mind at the time. For instance, going through all verbal questions only looking for parallelism errors, then re-doing the set only looking for pronoun errors and so on. This might be boring and time-consuming, but it sure will get you in the right mode for spotting errors more quickly

My question is: what is a must-see quant video? I would really love to see all of them, but time doesn't permit that.

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28 May 2015, 01:21
Thanks for consolidating !!
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