Hi, I am MBA student class of 2019 and I would like to thank Max Lee, the leading instructor of Math Revolution courses for guiding me through the GMAT Math world.

I took his class for about 2 months and joined study session for couple months which were extremely helpful to raise my score.

Before I met him, I was struggling in GMAT Math for awhile. I thought I could easily get high score as I am an Asian student who took the advanced Math courses back on my school years.

Yet it was my mistake. My prep test scores were around 40. I was running out of time, unable to solve all 37 questions in given minutes. Suddenly I realized that achieving 50-51 in GMAT Math is quite challening, and it seemed almost impossible.

But then I start taking Max's course. He introduced the Variable Approach, a revolutionary approach based on figuring out how many unkown variables are required to solve the question and how many variables are given. With this approach, I was able to solve the question almost instantly. The point was that DS, unlike PS, is not asking you to solve and come up with the answer. Rather, it is to judge whether the given question is solvable or not.

Thanks to Max Lee and Math Revolution, I have scored 50 or 51 in Math in every test I took and finally acheived GMAT score above 700.

The Math Revolution course helped me how to tackle the questions without knowing all the complicated math formulas. I strongly recommend this course to all GMAT takers because it provides a powerful tool, Ivy Approach for PS and Variable Approach for DS, to solve the questions. It reminded me that GMAT is not a exam looking for genius applicants but for students who are capable of solving problems efficiently and logically.