Spongebob02 wrote:

Hi guys ! M struggling through Quant section ! Anybody who can help me out . I'm using

official guide 2016 ! Still facing problems ! GMAT exam Nov 30

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Spongebob02,

I'm happy to respond.

First of all, I am going to recommend this blog article:

How to Study for GMAT MathRead that carefully and read the linked articles as well.

I will also say that

math happens in the details. An irreducible part of most math is being both organized and precise in handling the details. Part of what this means is that it is very hard to learn math by focusing on the broad general view. For example, it would be a poor and useless question to say, "

I don't understand square roots"—it is far better to post or read about

multiple specific questions and ask your questions in context. Toward that end, I will suggest an article about one of the habits of excellence:

Asking Excellent QuestionsBTW, most official Quant questions and many Quant questions from

Magoosh and other independent companies already have been posted here. Before posting a question, always search. The threads with math questions posted are pure gold, because in multiply places experts will explain their approach and give clarification to others who are confused; those are very helpful to read. You can use the "mention this user" feature to ask specific experts. Of course,

Bunuel is the math super-genius on GMAT Club, and you are welcome to ask for my input as well.

Finally, I will recommend

Magoosh. We have a gigantic library of math lessons in which we cover everything from the basics to the advanced topics. Here's a free sample lesson:

Multiples Here's a free sample PS question:

Microcurrent in an ElectrodeHere's a free sample DS question:

Triangle with LineWhen you submit your answer to either one, the next page will have a full video explanation for the problem. Each one of

Magoosh's 500+ GMAT Quant practice questions has its own VE: this kind of immediate feedback is exactly what you need to accelerate your understanding of math.

Does all this make sense?

Mike

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Mike McGarry

Magoosh Test PrepEducation is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire. — William Butler Yeats (1865 – 1939)