ManikaG wrote:

Dear all,

can you please help and let know what I need to do to get GMAT done quicker and with better results? I am making progress on tests, but I want to make it even faster, is there any method to make big progress in shorter period of time?

or we can only go by the rule "practice makes you perfect"?

Thanks for help beforehand.

Hi ManikaG,

No worries! You can surely boost your progress.

Since we are specialised in math, we can give you advice on math only.

We would like to suggest several ideas:

Firstly, GMAT is a logic test, not a general math test. That is, you need to learn the logics to tackle GMAT questions.

You can still solve GMAT questions with the conventional methods that you have learned from schools and prep companies.

If you aim to hit Q49-51 score in Quant, the conventional method is time-consuming and inefficient.

You may hit Q45 or above with the conventional way, but it is extremely difficult to hit Q49-51.

Hence, we strongly recommend you learn the logic, which you can learn from our online course.

Focus on DS. DS is a quick win. You may save PS for later. If you learn the Variable Approach for DS which saves time significantly, is very unique, and very different from conventional ways of solving problems. You can easily score 49 and above. Just trust and master the Variable Approach.

Also, focus on 5 key questions (Integer, Statistics, Inequality, Probability, and Absolute Value) these account for 80% of the GMAT exam. If you can master the Variable Approach, you can hit at least Q45.

From our course, you will learn our unique techniques for solving questions using the Variable Approach for DS and the IVY Approach for PS. With our strategies, you can solve any question in less than 2 minutes compared to the usual 4 minutes, or the typical 2-minutes it takes to solve a question, can be improved to 0.5- 1 minute. Moreover, you can solve 100% of DS questions with the Variable Approach and 30-40% of PS questions with the IVY Approach, which can boost your score.

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