Online Course | Math Revolution - GMAT

Online Course

On Demand Question Bank Private Tutoring Revolutionary Approach Course FAQ

On Demand Course

Short Cut 51 All-In-One 51
Target For a score of 49-51
(from current actual score of 44-48)
For score of 49-51
Lesson Hour Over 55 hrs Over 76 hrs
No. of Practice Question Over 1,800 Over 2,400
Course
Core DS+PS,
Advanced
Official Guide 2015/2016/2017,
Math Secret, Practice Test
Math Review,
Core DS+PS,
Introductory, Basic, Advanced
Official Guide 2015/2016/2017,
Math Secret, Practice Test
Feature Video tutorial + drilling questions (online).
Unlimited Email Q&A assistance.
7-day money-back guarantee.
Score Guarantee(+5 points and up to a score of 50).
Provide "Special Question Pack" (Over 150 questions) to practice prior to the exam.
$10 Amazon Gift Card if you post "Review" in GMAT Club after taking exam.
$250 worth free GMAT Club Test package available for paying $150 and above.
Price 1 month US$89 US$99
3 month US$159 US$169
6 month - US$269
Free Mock Test + Free Trial Pack for 1 month (7-hour lesson – Secret core theory of DS+PS)Try now!
Special Benefit for 3-hour Tutoring - We offer extra $240 for tutoring ($80 per hour)
※ If you have any inquiry regarding the course, please send us an email at info@mathrevolution.com.

Course Description

01Math Review

    Learn basic math reviews that are composed of Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Word Problem.

    Appropriate for GMAT beginners and GMAT takers who want to refresh basic math to make sure they fully understand basic math.

02Core PS+DS

    The fundamental “must-learn” course for all GMATTERS.

    To fully learn the core theories for PS and DS (16 sections each)

    Learn the one-and-only world’s first IVY Approach for PS and the Variable Approach for DS

    Start from the very basic questions to the most advanced ones using IVY and Variable Approach.

    Learn how to score 45+ in the Quantitative section

03Math Secret

    Math secret which consists of 19 videos provides questions and solutions when solving GMAT Math questions through Variable approach and IVY approach, the one and only approach to solution.

    Complete understanding of Math secret gives you a vision to solve any questions including Official Guide with the most efficient method. You will find yourself solving questions with ease, speed and accuracy.

04Introductory

    Recommended to GMAT beginners who need to study from the very basic math

    Provide the most basic questions and solutions that could be understood by even someone without math knowledge

    Provide the solutions to the most frequent topics such as integers, statistics and geometry, and using Variable Approach.

    Provide the most abundant questions and solutions to the relatively difficult DS basic questions, inequalities, and absolute values.

05Basic

    The first seven questions of the GMAT math exam will be the easiest. The more correct answers you get, the more advanced questions will become afterwards. If you do not do well on these first questions, the system will adjust the difficulty of the following questions and it will be very difficult to recover and get a high score on GMAT Math.Therefore, it is vital to be 100% prepared for the first 7 questions. We will cover each type of questions you are likely to get in this early stage of the exam and train you with sample questions from the actual test.

    15 subdivided chapters

    Designed to build a sound mathematical foundation to hit a 45

    Become 100% prepared for the first 7 questions of the GMAT Math

06Advanced

    This course is provided only for members who purchased ‘All-In-One 51” course.

    Most appropriate for students aiming for 50-51 as their GMAT math score

    Provide the solutions to hard questions that determine the 50 or 51 score using simple logics and 10 extra tips that you have never seen.

    Provide the complete coverage of 50/51 problems and the logic associated in solving them

    Provide the Common Mistake Types that GMAT math takers face, and the associated tricks

    Take a comprehensive look at the relationship between the Variable Approach and Common Mistake Type.

07Practice Test

    Practice Test provides 7 sets of practice tests (259 questions in total) according to the most current trend of GMAT Math.

    For Practice Test 1 and Test 2, we have attached videos explaning solutions. Once you understand the solutions, you will not have any difficulty understanding the rest of the 5 Practice Tests.

    Practice tests provide Variable approach for DS questions and IVY approach for PS questions, the most accurate approach methods to solve questions.

    Each practice test consists of 37 question. On each test, you acquire more than 49 points when getting less than 5 answers wrong, 45~48 points when getting 5~10 answers wrong, and 40~44 points when getting 10~15 answers wrong.

08Official Guide 2015/2016/2017

    This course is a complete guide for math practice questions in the Official Guide GMAT Review 2015/2016

    With our analysis on the latest trends for GMAT Math problems, you will learn how to tackle each problem with maximum efficiency and speed.

    We will introduce you to our IVY Approach (PS section) and the Variable Approach (DS section), which is far more effective than the official guide approach

    Please make sure you have purchased the publication before taking this course.

09Special Question Pack

    These are the final questions (over 150 questions) that can push you into extraordinary GMAT achievement.

    50% of the questions are Q45~48 level, and the other 50% of the questions are Q49-51 level

    It is composed of most up-to-date questions that appear most frequently on the exam.

    It provides the key questions that take up 80% of the exam (Integer, Statistics, Inequality, Probability, Absolute Value) and Geometry questions that students find it most difficult.

    It provides CMT 3, 4 (Common Mistake Type) questions, which appear most frequently on Q49-51.

    It is best to solve it 7-10 days prior to the exam. Now, you will be able to hit a score of 49 and up to 51.