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Revolutionary Approach
Variable Approach (Data Sufficiency)
We will teach you the World’s First, unique, and creative math problemsolving method as follows :

The number of Variables and Equations Watch
Our innovative method easily solves questions in a short time
through matching the number of variables and equations. 
5051 Integer
We easily solve the questions through structural analysis for
5051 questions through revealed integer and hidden integer. 
Flow Chart
We provide a systematic approach through flow charts for
GMAT math DS problems. 
A mindblowing solution for Inequality DS questions
Rather than substituting numbers, the method uses logical
solution through inclusion relation. 
2 BY 2 Watch
We provide solutions through the “2 by 2” logical analysis
rather than relying on difficult interpretations. 
Simplification of Geometry questions Watch
We easily solve GMAT MATH DS geometry questions using
the variable approach. 
Common Mistake Types
We provide analysis and solutions for the problems that
students mostly make mistakes in GMAT MATH DS questions. 
TIP
We provide scientific and statistical tips that help you find
solutions easily for GMAT MATH DS problems.

Wellconstructed questionsWatch
This is based on the experience of developing and solving
100,000 questions. 
The highest percentage of correct answers
Hitting the 45point level is the standard objective.
Reaching 49 and up to 51 points is also doable. 
Best timesaving approachesWatch
Original Approach 5min vs. Variable Approach 1min
IVY Approach (Problem Solving)
What is the IVY approach? The World’s First as well as the best timesaving solution to GMAT math PS problems which eventually will become the ticket to an Ivy League school for the top 0.1% in the world.

2 BY 2 Watch
A complete structural analysis of GMAT MATH PS questions
through “complementary 2 by 2” and “separated 2 by 2”

Axiom Approach Watch
A very short and simple method that helps students to make
formulas from a given question without interpreting the
question (3 axioms provided) 
Local Ratio Watch
The perfect analysis for local partition which accounts for
most of the GMAT MATH PS questions. 
EET problemsolving method (Each Each Together) Watch
We provide the problemsolving method that is intensively
used in GMAT MATH PS problems. 
Caution of Decimal error and Step error
We perfectly organize the most common errors that occur in
GMAT MATH PS questions. 
Unique solution method for Inequality PS questions
We depict the logic in Inequality to a simple easy drawing.

Least Common Multiple and Initial Image Solution