Senthil7 wrote:
MathRevolution,
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I had read in certain external forums that people from a certain demography memorize as many quant problems they can and their sole intent is to do this when writing the GMAT and they return with most of the questions memorized. Is that how you declare that these are the questions or type of questions you see on GMAT?
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Your threads leads me to think as if you know what will and will not be tested on GMAT whereas the threads by test takers suggest otherwise. Can you clarify?
Hi Senthil7,
Thank you for your query.
We receive similar questions like yours once in a while.
- Max Lee has been giving lectures on GMAT Math over 16 years. He studied around 100,000 questions and personally took GMAT 27 times. Based on his experiences, he is very well aware of the current type of GMAT and so as the questions we post.
- In addition, since Max Lee studied math in under graduate and graduate school, he is able to grasp what is important and things given on GMAT from all parts of math. That is, there are many cases where logic considered important on GMAT Math is as same as logic considered in general math, which enables them to overlap.
- Furthermore, Max Lee analyses
Official Guide every year from 2001 to 2017 and figures out the exact trend of questions and logic given on GMAT and how to solve them. This is how he comes up with the current type of questions.
Official Guide is published by GMAC and they suggest questions be based on
Official Guide. That is, if you analyse
Official Guide, you can come up with the trend of similar or exact questions to GMAT.
- On top of that, he studied topology and chaos theory (Everything has a pattern), and possesses exceptional abilities to find consistent logic from complex and irregular questions of GMAT Math.
- His students give us feedback after an exam, and it is helpful for us to verify if the logic we come up with is correct.
- Math is internationally the same and a global universal language.
- Lastly, it took him nearly 10 years to come up with the logic. Some of our students hit 51, which makes us thrilled to see them. We are certain that our course based on the logic will be greatly helpful to boost the score of our students.
We appreciate your interest in our course.
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