I initially started studying GMAT by myself since summer 2016 but I had to discontinue my study during the fall 2016 to spring 2017 for two major reasons: first, as I was a master’s degree student during that time, I had to complete my degree which inevitably led to days and nights of extensive researching and thesis writing. Second, I had zero confidence in my quantitative skills – I felt I was not improving at all with math. This led me to search for THE best quant prep programs available, and I immediately realized there are countless positive information on Math Revolution and the instructor Max Lee’s teachings. I gave my full devotion – of time and spirits – to Math Revolution’s All-in-one 51 course for several months, and I immediately realized what I have been doing wrong – I tried to calculate, not using logics. Max Lee’s patented IVY approach to PS and Variable Approach to DS sections were immensely helpful guidelines. Initially I could barely hit 50% correct answer rate with official guide problems when I first started GMAT study, but after 5 to 6 months of Math Revolution’s AIO51 program I was able to get quant score of 43 on my first exam, and 49 on my second exam.

I evaluate myself to be the bottom 10% of all college and university students around the world in terms of math skills. This is how low I am, how unskilled I was, to be honest. Max Lee and Math Revolution team has taught me with how to use appropriate logics and quantitative skills to approach them. Not only their teachings help you apply the correct approaches given the question, but also saves an unimaginable amount of time. I am pursuing my last GMAT attempt (720+ is my goal) to prove that even I can do this much with Math Revolution.

For those who read this review thus far, thank you! This is not a review on how I studied or what contents Math Revolution can offer, but is a means to make an honest approach – a person as math fool as I am can achieve success, if given the right guidance. Math Revolution, in my honest opinion, IS that guidance with perfection. Yes, they have videos, and yes, they have preps. They have probably all types and quantities of resources anyone might need. The thing is, virtually every prep courses have available resources – having the “right” resources and having the “perfect” approach, however, is another story. Long story short, trust your Math Revolution. It really brings revolution to your exams.