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Math Revolution 

A New Revolutionary GMAT Math Solution for Everyone, especially for Non-Engineering Majors!

Math Revolution is the leader in Quant training for the GMAT - they do not offer Verbal or any other courses except Quant GMAT Prep.

They have developed 2 new approaches to solving both PS and DS questions, significantly simplifying solutions and reducing time to answer questions. 

Math Revolution's lead tutor, Max Lee has taken GMAT 27 times over the past 15 years and together with his team has taught over 30,000 students.

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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
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     By IMonthegrind 3 1
Self-reported Score:

710

Q50

V35

Improvement:

N/A

Quant:     
Location: Online

Hi everyone,

All I can say is don't give up. Back in September of 2016 I took "the test" after 4 months of dogged preparation and scored a 540. My practice scores were in the range of 640-670. My Quant hovered around a 46... On the actual test I got a 42...

I just couldn't understand. I put in so much effort, yet I couldn't get passed a certain threshold. I choked under pressure and on the actual test I guessed on my last 6 problems. I felt defeated and knew I needed to do something different.

I think the issue was that I was practicing problems that dated back 4-6 years and weren't truly indicative of how the test is currently structured. I stumbled upon Math Revolution (MR) through a GMAT Club article actually explaining this fact. GMAT Test takers are taking a different approach to recent Quant problems and MR had a unique approach to understanding HOW to catch yourself by avoiding the common traps. I became intrigued and signed up for 2 products: 1) Daily Quiz and 2) The All-IN 51 course. I felt like I knew my concepts fairly well, but I needed to 1) reduce careless mistakes and 2) significantly improve speed.

I think if I boil it up to those 2 things, MR helps you completely slash conventional ways of solving problems The tricks I learned for data sufficiency actually helped me solve problems within 30 seconds... I'm not kidding. I used to do drills every day with the problems in the MR DS question bank and my goal was to solve 10 problems without picking up a pencil. I memorized the key hints within a problem, for example MR will tell you if it's a proportions problem and DS question gives you X information, then you know the answer is C. These little tips & tricks significantly helped my time.

DS was the driving force to reduce my careless mistakes. With the freed up time on DS questions, I could spend more time on difficult PS questions. The reality is on the real test you're going to questions that will take longer than 2.5 minutes to solve, but the key is to be very methodical and for lack of better word, careful in solving the problems.

I completed the full-course in 1 month and saw tremendous results. Their approach, although non-conventional, actually worked. A few days before my exam, I took a practice test and scored a 710 (Q49, V38). I felt good and scheduled my test for a week later.

On the day of, I got a good night rest. My test was at 1pm, so I had plenty of time to ease into the morning, which was nice. Almost 4 hours later, my screen read 710 with a Q50... I couldn't believe it. Towards the end I was getting some really tough problems, then the questions got pretty easy. For example, my last 2 were pretty straight forward ratio and GCF problems. At the end of the day everyone can learn the concepts, but you need to avoid careless mistakes and improve your timing to crack this test. And MR made that happen for me, so I thank them for creating a truly unique program.

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Math Revolution
February 07 | 2017
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     By nyda 1 0
Self-reported Score:

750

Q51

V41

Improvement:

60 Points

Quant:     
Location: Online

I took the Math Revolution Course ( All in one 51) as I wanted to boost my math score. I realized that I needed an in-depth review of all the concepts in Math, and that's why, although I had only a month to go for my GMAT exam, I took the all in one-51 course. I believe this helped me to a great extent. The course content is fantastic, to the point, and extremely well explained. The videos are great and excellent for practice. You have to put the effort of course, but the course contains all that you need to strengthen your concepts. This is the answer to boosting your Quant score!

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An amazing math course
February 06 | 2017
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     By karan812 7 1
Self-reported Score:

710

Q49

V38

Improvement:

10 Points

Quant:     
Location: Online

I signed on for the All-in-One 51 course only a month before my GMAT. I have a good understanding of math and scored Q45 in my first GMAT attempt without really studying.

I'd heard good things about Math Revolution and gave it a go. The video course is absolutely fantastic. I dove right in and it picked up the pace quite quickly. The videos were well formatted and a good length - short enough to not be boring, but long enough to explain everything in detail. That said, I wasn't really a fan of the Kollus Player app they use for the platform, but it's a minor nitpick.

Both the PS and DS approaches (IVY and variable respectively) are easy to understand and can really push you to improve your score dramatically. The practice questions are on point and the important questions you receive a week before the exam are excellent. If you have any questions, you can post on the site and the replies come through really fast.

Before I signed on for this course, I was a bit sceptical at the glowing reviews. But today, I can seriously wholeheartedly recommend this course. It really is fantastic. My only regret is that I didn't sign up earlier for a full three month course. In the month that I had, I couldn't make it through all the videos, so I did the best I could and still scored 49.

Thanks to Mike, Jin and the Math Revolution team - I'm really grateful for the help. This was the best decision I made while studying for the GMAT.

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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
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     By saumyasharma 3 1
Self-reported Score:

750

Q49

V42

Improvement:

110 Points

Quant:     
Location: Online

Math Revolution was very helpful in my routine towards the end of my preparation. In the last one month of my prep, my Quant prep was solid and I was scoring Q48-50 consistently. Towards the end of my prep I focussed more on Verbal but I worried that I may get out of touch with Quant. Math Revolution's Daily Quiz took only 15 mins of my time daily and the questions were GMAT style- not tough but tricky.
I scored Q49 in the real exam. Math Revolution's course is great value for money and very helpful in the last one month of prep.

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I got Q49 from Q32 !!
February 06 | 2017
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     By ZackLim 0 0
Verified Score:

530

Q49

V13

Improvement:

120 Points

Quant:     
Location: Online

My GMAT Quant score was only 32, before Math Revolution All-In-One Course. But, after taking MR All-In-One Course for 3 month, I improved my score from Q32 to Q49. What a big jump!!
In fact, when I started GMAT study, I have already been working for 7 years. Thus, I haven’t solved any single math problem for many years. I did forget a lot of mathematics concept which I studied before. Coming from a non-engineering major background, math has always been a huge challenge for me. But I followed what Math Revolution (MR) exactly guided. Since I almost forgot about basic math, I started watching Math Review videos which is good for GMAT beginners and GMAT takers who want to refresh basic math. After that, I learned their unique approaches (Variable approach for DS, IVY approach for PS). I was very impressed and shocked with Variable approach for DS that make me find most-likely-to-be an answer within 1 minute without substituting condition 1 and condition 2. DS was my headache because it was very time consuming. After learning Variable approach, DS became my strength. I never imagined to hit Q49, but I did. I also love their great customer service. Any questions about math I posted via online were answered less than 24 hours. I additionally enrolled 700+ level questions. I practiced for one week. These questions are very difficult but I could manage them well because I know Variable approach. However, my verbal is so bad. I will focus on Verbal and retake the exam but I am not that worried about quant. I know how to continue to maintain Q49 level. Anyway, if someone asks me how to raise GMAT Math score, I definitely recommend “MR All-In-One course”. No brain! Thanks a lot to all MR team including Max Lee and Jin.

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     By tommy1009 0 0
Verified Score:

640

Q50

V26

Improvement:

170 Points

Quant:     
This review is for: Math Revolution Private Tutoring
Location: Seoul, Korea
Taught by: Max Lee

I had 10-hour private tutoring class. It was great time to me because when I took GMAT test, I had hard time in finishing all the math questions on time but since I realized Variable approach and IVY approach, I was able to solve all the questions on time and I found 10 min still left before the exam ends. I love Variable approach for DS. This is fantastic method!! Tutoring session was very helpful. Math Revolution provided me with detailed study guide after assessing my math skills through diagnostic test. Interestingly they always wanted me to send hand-written solutions to exactly find the where my weak areas are. When I told them my target score was Q47-48, they said I am not ambitious. They said I can hit at least Q49 and up to Q50. I was wondering where their confidence was coming from, but it was true. I hit Q50 which was my dream score.
The tutor, Heejean, was very helpful and taught me very well step-by-step. I realized that I could improve my math week by week. They also provided me extra questions exclusively for tutoring students. 700+ level questions were not difficult toward the end of my study. These questions are super amazing! They support tutoring as a team. For example, Heejean is the tutor but Max Lee (founder) also supports for special tutoring pack questions. JH (President) also helps and motivates me and handles any other non-math questions. Jin, customer service staff, was super!!
They not only support tutoring but also all my email questions. Just trust Math Revolution. If you follow them and believe Variable approach, you can surely achieve your target score. Special thanks to Heejean, Max, JH, and Jin for taking care of me very well for past two months.

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Best question period
January 16 | 2017
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     By alokspa 116 30
Self-reported Score:

690

Q50

V33

Improvement:

100 Points

Quant:     
Location: Online

690 with Q 50

I have always been good in math. But not the GMAT way. Its different. Even a math genius cant claim to get 51. Even I flunked DS question miserably. This is where math revolution came to my rescue. With in a month month of study I was actually better in DS than I was in PS. such a confidence booster.

Math revolution is worth every single dime & minute you spend.
they have the best guys on the job for question preparation.

the extraordinary questions & 700+ questions are GEM.
Dont miss them.

I will really be thankful to them for the effort they have put into making these question.

Their explanation are simple & anyone with or without Math background can score 49+ if you follow their guidelines

I had very less time to prepare. If I am given another month I am confident to get 51 with Math revolution's help.

Guys after sometime you will feel confident about a high score.

After I started with Math revolution I never scored below 49.
Even in GMAT CLUB tests I consistently scored 50/51.

Trust me guys its worth every single penny.

Alok

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Thank you Math Revolution!
January 12 | 2017
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
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     By JaroslavT 0 0
Verified Score:

710

Q48

V40

Improvement:

200 Points

Quant:     
Location: Online

In summer 2016 I decided to take GMAT by the end of 2016/ beginning of 2017 and apply for Master Degree. Of course as most of the people I was aiming for 700+ score.

I took my first mock test without any knowledge about GMAT and honestly, it was miserable. I scored around 500 and I knew that the preparation for GMAT is going to be intense. I was not one of those engineering major people who had a magnificent quant score or one of those verbal geniuses who had a great verbal score. My score was balanced and I knew that I had to work on both of them.

Unfortunately, as there are many various resources for GMAT, I took the worst path: focus on quantity and try every resource there is. I tried MGMAT, empowerGMAT and many other courses but nothing seemed to suit me. I wasted a lot of time that would have been spent better if I focused only on one resource. I was looking for a perfect course that would make me strong both in Verbal and Quant. After a month without any meaningful progress I realized that I have to change my attitude and overall strategy. I decided to pick one course for Quant and one course for Verbal and stick to it no matter what.

After an extensive research, I decided to pick Math Revolution for Quant and E-gmat for Verbal. After that decision I never looked back. I was immediately hooked up with the approaches of Math Revolution, mainly for DS questions. What is even more beneficial about the whole course is learning by doing.

In Math Revolution course there are no videos about "concepts", no lectures about this and that. You learn those concepts while you practice questions and Math Revolution's approach. My quant score skyrocketed from 32~36 to 45+ in a matter of 2 months. If you buy this course, stick to it and practice, practice practice. Add some OG questions + gmatclub question bank you get for free if you sign up for at least 3 months with Math Revolution and you are on your way for 50+ Quant score.
As you can see my score is 48. I am sure that if I did not make these 2 stupid mistakes during my prep:
1) Adding MGMAT guidebooks and other resources while I was taking Math Revolution because I thought that it would be beneficial to get another view on how to approach Quant. (Because of that I did not manage to finish the whole course-A BIG MISTAKE!!)
2) Using gmat club test too late.
I would have had 50+ for sure. If you decide to go with Math Revolution, go through the whole course and when you get 47+ practice like a madman on gmatclub tests.

I would definetely recommend anyone who is stuck with a Quantitative part of GMAT to take this course and put in all the necessary hours and effort . If you do that, you will be rewarded by a great Quant score!

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     By liu86wasan 4 0
Verified Score:

720

Q50

V37

Improvement:

100 Points

Quant:     
Location: Online

Thank you Math Revolution and the team behind it, you are fantabulous.

HI To All,

I know how one feels after reading any review "its fake/paid".
I too used to think the same.
After I lost all hopes of doing well in GMAT , I took the last chance and enrolled with Math Revolution _ All in one course for a month. It simply changed my approach towards GMAT Quant. At the end , Where I was struggling to get q49 ,and finally I secured q50 in real GMAT.

My advice to all would be ,
If you are good in Verbal enrol with Math revolution.
If you are good in Quant , still enrol with Math revolution , so that you can secure 51 and that will take off lot of pressure to secure a great score in verbal.

At the same time, Its very economical and also one can buy GMAT prep paid test from the amount one will save.
All the best to all of you .

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     By Dalena0106 0 0
Self-reported Score:

680

Q49

V34

Improvement:

20 Points

Quant:     
Location: Online

Hi all,

If you happen to read my previous post entitled “Math Revolution – My great helper to attain Q50”, I am here again to share with you my achievement in December last year. I accidentally deleted my old post so I will attach it below.

Regarding my current GMAT score, I earned 680 (Q49, V34). Though my quant score is lower by 1 point compared to last time, I am still thankful and want to give credits to Math Revolution. Three days prior to the test date, I spent time solving 700+ level math problems purchased from Math Revolution – the institution has recently developed these problems – and reviewing prime techniques acquired from the one-month “Short Cut 51” course. Thanks to these materials I attained a solid Q49. As mentioned in my old review, learning variable approach for DS and IVY approach for PS helps me solve math problems with ease, speed, and accuracy; as a result I received Q49 for the first time after the “All-in-one 51” course. With minimum review this time, I could still maintain a relatively strong quant score. This result shows how reliable Math Revolution is. I could have maintained Q50 or earned Q51, if I had spent adequate time for math. Besides, I spent 28 days honing my verbal skill by using E-GMAT materials, which I could cover 70 percent prior to the test date. My verbal score improved by 4 points, so too did my time management. I will be re-taking the test next week to cross the 700 bar. Hence, I will keep this post short and come back here to provide detailed explanation of my preparation for both quant and verbal. For those of you who are still hesitating, I urge you to register Math Revolution. Regardless of your current math skills, I guarantee you can hit great score after taking courses from this institution. Before I end this note, I would like to thank Max, Jin, and JH Lim for you guys’ incessant supports as always.

“Math Revolution – My great helper to attain Q50 - November 07, 2016

I started preparing for the GMAT test at the end of 2014. I did some research to find the appropriate GMAT Online Prep course and finally decided to take the online live course from Manhattan GMAT. It was a 9-session course in that each session lasted for three hours. Despite the good reviews on this institute, the course did not help maximize my performance on the quantitative section. After completing the 27 hours from Manhattan GMAT, I continued to study on my own and took my first test on July 23, 2015. My quantitative score was 45. During this first test, I did not have enough time to solve the last 7 questions and ended up guessing them all. Dissatisfied with the result, I kept on preparing for the test, using Manhattan GMAT textbooks and OG. I re-took the test in late October and late November last year and the scores were 47 and 48 respectively. Each time, I again suffered with time management.

After 1 year and 76 days spent for my self-study using Manhattan GMAT and OG, my math score was still hovering around 47 and 48. I realized that I needed to change my strategy and began to seek for help. Fortunately, my university mentor introduced Math Revolution to me; I started its “All-in-one 51” course immediately from November 23, 2015. It was a comprehensive 3-month course that changed my performance. Variable approach for DS and IVY approach for PS, created by Mr. Max Lee, are very unique. I could solve math problems using these approaches with ease, speed, and accuracy. Especially, "variable approach for DS" is incomparable solutions that anyone can hit great score regardless of his or her existing math skills. For most DS questions, one can solve them in less than 1 minute using this variable approach. Those are techniques I could never learn from Manhattan GMAT. I re-took the test in March this year and earned 49 on math. Notably, I finished the quant section 4 minutes earlier. I was busy after taking the test in March; I took a break for a while and then, aiming higher (scoring 50 or 51), I enrolled in the one-month “Short Cut 51”. I decided to take GMAT a few days ago. I was able to finish all math problems in 73 minutes and scored 50 finally. Thanks to incessant efforts of Max and the Math Revolution team, I succeeded to get this score. Their personalized support is something that I could not ask for more. If you desire to conquer Q50 or Q51, I highly recommend you to register Math Revolution courses immediately. Don’t wait, just do it!”

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