// In the fifth and final installment of Knewton’s Intro to GMAT Quant Lesson, expert teachers Jess and Rich give you a chance to try out some tricky Data Sufficiency questions involving ratios. They’ll also talk about proportions, and give you a list of common powers and common decimal-fraction-percentages equivalencies to memorize in order to save time on test day. If you missed any of the previous lessons, be sure to check them out here!
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In the fourth installment of our Intro to GMAT Quant Lesson, Knewton teachers Jess and Rich give you a solid introduction to fractions on the GMAT. Get (re)acquainted with proper and improper fractions, mixed numbers, and reciprocals, and learn the best way to compare and convert fractions on the test. Watch this video to review and test your skills – after all, if you want to master tougher quant problems on the GMAT, the basics… Read more
// In part three of Knewton’s Intro to GMAT Quant lesson, Jess and Rich provide a primer on percentages, ratios, and fractions on the GMAT. If it’s been a while since you’ve tackled math problems, this review will give you exactly what you need to get back on track. Review the difference between “percentage of” and “percentage increase/decrease,” and test your skills with some GMAT practice problems. Stay tuned for the next installment of the… Read more
// In part two of Knewton’s Intro to GMAT Quant lesson, Jess and Rich walk you through the fundamentals of Data Sufficiency. Learn the two main types of DS questions you have to recognize on test day, and see how you do on an example of each one. Be sure to check out Rich and Jess’s rule that has to be second nature for every GMAT student: On Yes/No Data Sufficiency questions, “no” does not… Read more
// The next lesson in our on-demand preview is an intro to the Quantitative section of the GMAT (if you missed the intro to Sentence Correction, check it out here). In the clip above, Jen and Rich walk you through the basics of GMAT Quant. Stay tuned for the rest of the lesson, where they’ll share some the main Knewton strategies for tackling Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency.