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134  Name  Year  50 
Math Revolution is truely a revolutionary course
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 5051 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. 
ecchiiel  2017  
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133  Name  Year  49 
From Q44 to Q49!
MATHREVOLUTION IS AWESOME. Hands down one of the most intuitive test prep company dedicated for quant. Without MR I would never have been able to consistently stabilize my quant score at Q49 in TWO EXAMS. I think that's crazy. Before I was always hovering around 44  47 in my mocks.
MR is good for both beginners and advanced learners of math. However, it is good to have a foundation on basic arithmetic first before you go down with math revolution.
What MR did greatly was taught me how to analyze the GMAT questions, breaking them down to pieces and chunks. This allowed me to tackle the question in such a way that reduced the amount of mistakes I had committed earlier. The ivy approach and the variable approach allowed me to do questions in less than a minute (the ones I already know would pop up). This has been a huge time saver for me.
The one thing that got me recommending math revolution to everyone is the dedicated section on how GMAT quant traps you. No other test prep does this! This allowed me to have intelligent guesses on questions I have no clue of how to do and avoid really stupid mistakes. 
Mimster  2017  
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132  Name  Year  50 
Amazing tutoring
I don't usually write reviews, but thought I'd make an exception in this case, to highlight how amazing math revolution was. The first time I gave GMAT, I used books from a well known test prep company to prepare. It clearly wasn't enough as I didn't come close to my target score. I also felt that there was a lot of theoretical knowledge lacking in these books, that was holding me back from a better score.
In preparing for the next test, I came across math revolution via reviews on Gmatclub.com. What a blessing it turned out to be! Right from their videos, which explained all the concepts in a crystal clear manner making sure your foundations were solid, to the super prompt customer support and question resolution provided by their team (including their CEO who also chips in to help you plan your study schedule), to the amazing test sets that they send you to practice, to the very helpful and informative tutoring sessions they provide if you need. I am happy to say that I achieved my target score of 50 on my second attempt, largely due to the efforts of the team at math revolution.
Do give them a shot, I'm sure you won't be disappointed! 
eshu99  2017  
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131  Name  Year  49 
Thanks Math Revolution!
I enjoyed much with Math Revolution’s 700 level questions. Their 700 level pack was something different from what I have seen from other sources of 700 level questions. It contained 4951 questions but also 5051 hardest questions, too. If I solve them in conventional ways, it would take at least 5 min and some would take over 10 minutes. I got much help on DS. Their socalled Variable approach is really amazing to find mostlikelytobe answers by just checking no. of variables and equations. It dramatically reduce the time to solve. Their common mistake type logic was also very efficient in solving hard and hardest questions. I repeated solving them twice. After that, I got very confident on any types of 700 level questions. Thanks you, Math Revolution team. 
paulkim  2017  
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130  Name  Year  49 
Thanks to Math Revolution Team!!!
I strongly recommend this course to anyone who are suffering from Gmat Quant Score to get high score. I've got 40 in quant when I took my first gmat exam. But thanks to this class, I made 49 in quant in just two weeks!
When I was in high school, my strength was mathematics. Nevertheless, I was so disappointed with my first Gmat quant score. I couldn't finish solving all the questions in time.
But after taking this course, my problem solving speed grew gradually faster. Max taught me not only mathematical logic but also time saving skill. His Variable approach for DS is really revolutionary in terms of solving problems quickly and easily, and it is big time saving.
Thanks a lot Max for your help. 
bonjourbee  2017  
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129  Name  Year  49 
Thanks Math Revolution!
I enjoyed much with Daily quiz from Math Revolution. 5 questions per day was the difficulty of Q35 – Q51. I was around Q40 level so it was clear that I get some correct and some incorrect depending on difficulty level. Daily quiz itself is not boosting the score immediately but daily habit of practice even for 1015 minutes every day was the key to improving the score. I studied math hard over the weekend but during the week, I have hard time in finding study time due to the work, so daily practice was still good at the office. Daily quiz is like snow ball impact, started small ball but through day by day then get big and solid snow ball later. I highly recommend this for busy professional workers who can’t study properly. 
paulkim  2017  
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128  Name  Year  49 
This is amazing course
I strongly recommend this course to anyone who are suffering from Gmat Quant Score to get high score. I've got 40 in quant when I took my first gmat exam. But after taking this class, I made 49 in quant in just two weeks!
When I was in high school, my strength was mathematics. Nevertheless, I was so disappointed with my first Gmat quant score. I couldn't finish solving all the questions in time.
Max taught me not only mathematical logic but also time saving skill. I recommend students to trust their videos and follow their words. All the tips they gave us were really useful. If I didn't take this course, I couldn't have made it.
Thanks a lot Max and Math Revolution Team for your help. 
bonjourbee  2017  
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127  Name  Year  47 
UniQuant
Math Revolution is indeed very revolutionary towards its approach to GMAT's Quant section  I was never a strong mathematician, and my first Q score was Q40. In a shot of desperation, I decided to go with Math Revolution because it had such a highly rated reviews with results to boot. I am indeed very surprised. Since the methodology isn't pure math but rather focused on Logic, I fared better on tackling my quant section. I took GMAT multiple times and after my initial Q40, all my subsequent scores were very high 40's. I'm sure without my GMAT score, I wouldn't have been able to get into a Top 10  Ivy League MBA program. Thank you, Math Revolution! 
MikeWins  2017  
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126  Name  Year  50 
It does Revolutionise your GMAT Quant !!!
During my preparation, I had faced mainly two problems 
1. Not consistent scores.
Math Revolution [MR] did actually make sure about it. I was hitting the scoreline regularly since I had signed up with this course. This course makes sure you won't digress and keep to material which is considered in the official exam directly . Please keep in mind that many a times we end up doing things which actually wastes a lot of the time and even at time demoralizes. Hence this course helps in keeping the material in track at almost no huge cost.
2. Quick Maths
The processes and tricks you will learn/revise while doing this process is actually optimum with regards to attempting questions and time management on the real exam. Specially the processes for DS are quite handy. Believe me, if you are having problems with interpretation of DS problems or at times the questions trap you, MR is the correct place. Not only would you get rid of any such issues, your accuracy also will be sincerely high.
Finally, I would thank MR once again as it was with their help that I could get a Q50 in my official test. I would also like to mention that MR team has always been very cordial and impromptu to help in whatever way necessary. Pointing out such an incident, it was just before my official GMAT date when my MR subscription got over. I needed an extension by few days, which actually turned out to be just a mail away. As soon as I requested the MR team for an extension, they extended my course free of cost, without any ado.
Thanks MR team and best regards in all your endeavours. Your course and your team are truly onestop solution for GMAT Quant without doubt. (and the 5star rating does not do justice w.r.t the level of services provided by you, your team is way better !) 
Orknob  2017  
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125  Name  Year  49 
Thank U Math Revolution! 
paulkim  2017  
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124  Name  Year  49 
Best Quantitative Course 
Zeel1292  2017  
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123  Name  Year  49 
Superb course for GMAT QUANT
When I was in high school, my strength was mathematics. Nevertheless, I was so disappointed with my first Gmat quant score. I couldn't finish solving all the questions in time.
Max taught me not only mathematical logic but also time saving skill with IVY approach for DS + PS. Moreover, he gave me extra tips and methods to achieve my goal.
Thanks a lot Max and Math Revolution team for your help. 
bonjourbee  2017  
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122  Name  Year  49 
Great Short and Concise Course for Short Preparation 
damianlee  2017  
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121  Name  Year  50 
Q48 to Q50  Thanks Math Revolution!
I'm not a native speaker and a person who is pretty decent at Quants,i knew that my strength was Quants but used to constantly score 48, very rarely 49 in gmat prep tests/exam packs, that is when i came across Math Revolution on the Gmat Club and decided to attend one of their webinars, their approach to solving DS questions is unique and is necessary in a timebound computer adaptive exam like the GMAT.I purchased Math Revolution's ShortCut 51 1month course, all the videos in the course were easy to follow and they have an amazing support team that responds to all your subject/course related queries so quickly, trust me i have never wondered why they haven't responded or followed up on any of the mails! You guys are going places with that attitude, Math Revolution!
Last but not the least,their extraordinary questions are magic, makes me wonder how they do it, these questions are accurate and gave me the much needed push and boosted my morale before and on the day of the exam.
So, for anyone who is struggling to touch 50 or beyond, choose Math Revolution  totally worth the money! 
vidyalakshmi29  2017  
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120  Name  Year  47 
Best GMAT Quant prep course out there
Math Revolution will teach you tricks that will guarantee confidence during the real thing. Its approach will let you complete the quant section before time. I gave GMAT recently and scored 50 in quant.
I recommend this course to anyone who is apprehensive about his math skills and wishes to reach 5051 in quant. 
Manmeet1987  2017  
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119  Name  Year  50 
Perfect practice makes perfect! 
pslena27  2017  
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118  Name  Year  50 
The most effective way to get Q49 and above! 
pslena27  2017  
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117  Name  Year  49 
Very helpful 700 level question pack!
I took many practice tests from other GMAT prep companies but the estimated scores were fluctuating. The questions didn’t look trendy. One of my friends recommended me to take Math Revolution course. I loved their online course and additionally purchased 700+ level questions. These questions are hard or very hard. That’s why these questions are 700+, not 700. These questions are mostuptodate questions, which I liked a lot. This is strongly recommended for the students who want to achieve a score of Q50~Q51. If you already have Q45 and above, just try these question packs. Minimum Q49 will be easy for you. 
ZackLim  2017  
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116  Name  Year  50 
Finally, I hit Q50!! to 47 even after studying really hard. But, after learning Variable approach for DS, especially CMT (CMT is common mistake type according to Math Revolution), I could solve the last hard questions correctly. 700+ level questions are very useful and helpful unlike other test preps. I liked their unique, very logical approaches in solving hard questions. If we try to solve these questions in a conventional way, it will take at least 56 min per question, but if I apply Variable approach and IVY approach, it took only 2 min or maximum 3 min. I also noticed that these questions are recent types of questions that I could see some similar types in actual exam. I finally hit Q50, which was my dream score. Also, great value for money! 
tommy1009  2017  
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115  Name  Year  50 
Thank you Math Revolution Team !
I took my second exam and scored Q50 which was just very amazing. My math was terrible so the score really surprised me, in a very, very good way. (Last time I took the mocktest I got a 33 and there were times when I scored less than 20.). When I first started studying for GMAT, I told myself "Max Lee, a founder of Math Revolution, is the God of GMAT and I will only trust and follow their words." I studied with your videos after work and it was well worth it! I could feel my math improving as it took less and less time to solve each problems. It took me 45 hours to finish the first prep paper you gave us which had 37 questions. But my problem solving speed grew exponentially faster. Your Variable approach for DS is really revolutionary in terms of solving problems quickly and easily, and it is big time saving. I highly recommend all students who are preparing for GMAT to take your course. I recommend them to trust their videos and follow their words. The tips you gave us while watching videos were especially useful. To be honest, I feel I have a lot of room for improvement in my math skills. But with your tips I was able to score such a high score.
For example there was one PS question. The logic was simple but the calculation was complicated and would have taken more than 5 minutes. So I boldly passed the question as I learned. Then the next question I got was a Key Question which I could solve in seconds using the methods you taught us. I respect your tremendous amount of experience on GMAT and it would be a fool of anyone to not listen to your teachings. I am grateful that I was able GMAT within such short period of time. I wish them all a very good luck in their future. 
pslena27  2017  
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114  Name  Year  49 
Math Revolution  GMAT Q49
Main benefit of the course is that it provides structure to ones thought process. Variable approach and IVY approach are examples of how to structure your thoughts. The practice questions are of very good quality. Entire course helps you to understand the questions from basics to difficult level.
The course is highly recommended not only for nonengineering background but also for engineering background candidates.
Icing on the cake is the communication and management of Math Revolution team led by Jin. Every mail query is responded within hours. I have not find that level of commitment with any other prep company. Thanks a lot Max and Jin for your support. 
taruns2000  2017  
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113  Name  Year  47 
Excellent course 
miki2724  2017  
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112  Name  Year  47 
Math Revolution Best out there
750 GMATer 
vanceag2016  2017  
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111  Name  Year  49 
GMAT 670 , QA (49) Earlier score 540 (GMAT )  Nov 30 2016 then since MBA deadlines were losing decided to prep again with just 1 month pending. here our folks from math revolution come in. I just did their questions 5 a day, then complete course material revision specially small tricks taught in course. It is my personal milestone and i am happy about it thanks all to math revolutions team. Trust Jin and team you will reach your score . 
anshumanster  2017  
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110  Name  Year  50 
Q42 to Q50 almost a 6 month journey...
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 640670. 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 46 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 AllIN 51 course. I felt like I knew my concepts fairly well, but I needed to 1) reduce careless mistakes and 2) significantly improve speed. Read More 
IMonthegrind  2017  
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109  Name  Year  50 
Math is a habit then it works well.
I am a kind of person who really hates Math since high school student. But I have to take GMAT because of my job. My coworker said that when you start something, you need to make you be interested in something. So I joined Math Revolution Daily quiz which sends 5 questions to customers every day. I solved the questions every lunch time and I became to be interested in math because I don’t have good math basics, but I was able to solve the questions using IVY Approach and Variable approach well. I sometimes waited for their daily quiz, strange but true, interesting! For anyone who cannot find enough time for study, just try Daily Quiz ! I just wanted to have Verbal daily quiz but they don’t offer verbal as you know. 
ZackLim  2017  
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108  Name  Year  50 
I enjoyed Daily Quiz !
Because of my job, it is quite difficult to study regularly. When I got home and I tried to study but I was lazy to open the videos or the book again. But thanks to Math Revolution’s Daily Quiz, I don’t need to prepare anything!! I just checked my email on my cell phone and I solved 5 Questions every night. Of course, to get a high score, I needed to make extra efforts but I think that daily habit for math is also very important to make good score. I also studied Math Revolution’s online course and 700+level questions. Daily Quiz was still one of reasons I could hit a great score (Q50). The format of quiz is like actual exam type. They send 5 questions via emails every day except weekends. Sometime, I solve all of them over the weekend if I was on business trip during the weekdays. Anyway, I liked Daily quiz a lot. 
tommy1009  2017  
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107  Name  Year  50 
Constant practice is the key to a 50 in Quant I'm living proof that natural math talent or schooling can get you a top quant score. I got a 50 on Quant and had not taken a math course in 14 years.
The Math Revolution team make it clear that daily problems are super important. I did my 5 daily problems everyday for 6 weeks and it was vital for my success. My brain was trained to get up in the morning, go to my laptop, turn on the time on my cell phone, and finish the problems in 10 minutes (2 minutes each). Then review them all immediately afterwards. Then 4 days later I would repeat that quick from 4 mornings ago before I went to sleep  to check if I really learned the materials.
Like I said, this daily practice is crucial. These problems are relevant to how the current GMAT is testing. Do not practice on outdated problems. Math Revolution is the best Quant prep and daily practice is key. 
newent777  2016  
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106  Name  Year  51 
Math Revolution 
nyda  2017  
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105  Name  Year  49 
An amazing math course
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. 
karan812  2017  
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104  Name  Year  49 
Good course helps build consistency 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. 
saumyasharma  2017  
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103  Name  Year  49 
I got Q49 from Q32 !! 
ZackLim  2017  
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102  Name  Year  50 
Thank you for making my Quant score 50 (from 430 to 600)
I had 10hour 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 handwritten solutions to exactly find the where my weak areas are. When I told them my target score was Q4748, 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 stepbystep. 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 nonmath 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. 
tommy1009  2017  
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101  Name  Year  50 
Best question period
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 
alokspa  2016  
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100  Name  Year  48 
Thank you Math Revolution!
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 Egmat 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. Read more 
JaroslavT  2016  
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99  Name  Year  50 
Math Revolution _ is the BEST!!
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 
liu86wasan  2016  
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98  Name  Year  49 
Math Revolution – My great helper to achieve a strong math score
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 onemonth “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 “Allinone 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. Read More 
Dalena0106  2017  
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97  Name  Year  49 
My thanks to the Math Revolution

Vanmotan  2016  
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96  Name  Year  49 
Math Revolution has a strong base concept that helps you to understand the thinking behind GMAT tests. The base concept itself was very helpful in steering my mind towards the correct answers. I found the math test to be a lot easier after only 10 days of studying the concepts. However, I did end up retaking the test 3 weeks later and received a 46 on the quant instead of the original 49. I was still looking at Math Revolution but it just didn't help as much then.
I would suggest taking this program 2 weeks before the test. If you have studied a lot before and have a decent understanding of the concepts, this program will layer on the last brick you need to ensure a high quant score.
However, with that being said, there are some downsides. The program itself doesn't have a lot of questions. Though they take the time to hone in the concepts, the explanations are not that great. I had to contact the staff multiple times for proper explanations to their questions. Even with the staff's explanation, I had to take the time to figure it out because their explanations were short and not as helpful.
Also, they have a set of key questions and extraordinary questions that are suppose to help ensure that you can at least get a 49. These aren't that helpful. You are better off looking at other material. They are a waste of time.
Overall, the program is worth it because of their baseline concept. After this, there isn't much that is helpful here. Although the staff is friendly, what you're really paying for here is the DS + PS theory. You can get a free trial and hear the theory without paying. That itself may be far more valuable if you already have a storng math foundation. Otherwise, just fork up the money for some extra math questions. 
richsunglee  2016  
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95  Name  Year  50 
Jae and the Math Revolution team are amazing!
I have to start here: this is the best team for GMAT Quant training and insights. They flat out know math but, more importantly, know how to transfer that knowledge and confidence to you to do very well.
My quant score was really bad on my first exam attempt  below 40. My second (and last attempt) was less than 3 months later and I got a 50 on Quant (40 on Verbal for a total of 740  97%).
If you are on the fence, do not be anymore. Getting private tutoring with Math Revolution (all of their tutors are fantastic, I just got lucky since Jae's schedule was open). So even if you cannot get Jae, sign up soon. The more time you have the better. I found out about Math Revolution only 2 months before my exam date. I never felt rushed and Jae was very efficient and thorough during our sessions.
I will also add that this company has the best customer service ever. Every email I sent with questions (which were many) was answered within a day or a day and a half, max. If you are a tutoring student, you feel like a VIP for sure.
Without this quant score, I could never imagine applying to top 5 or 10 programs. Now I've applied to all of them with confidence that at least one or two will admit me. The truth is, your GMAT score is life changing. By the time I got to the Verbal section I was still fresh and not stressed at all.
Their methods are unique and you can see if their free videos. But know that there is MUCH more in the online course (you get 6 month access free as a tutoring student . I did the entire AllinOne 51 course). You need the course and tutoring, so dedicate your time to both. Your future is worth it.
Contact me on here if you have any questions. But do it before Fall 2017 as I will be starting classes and will undoubtedly be too busy. Good luck! 
newent777  2016  
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94  Name  Year  51 
This is the greatest GMAT math course ever!
From 460 to 720
At first, I didn't believe that this course make me have 700+ score, but I finally ended GMAT test with 51/38. I worried about GMAT math, since I heard ,from my coworkers, that GMAT math is more difficult than GRE. However, after participating in this course, I'm more confident than ever in math.
He teaches how to approach math problems. Through the approach he lectures, I believe all students can solve all the questions.
The main point of this course is a 'variable approach', approach that reorganizes the question and determines the variables. Doing so, you can match the conditions' and questions' variables. You can save time and easily check the answers.
Thank you, Lee and all the friends. 
Summerholic  2016  
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93  Name  Year  50  Excellent Customer Service!! Just as a little background, I have always been somewhat stronger at Quant than Verbal throughout my education as well as the GMAT. After some studying, I gave my first attempt at the GMAT around September 2015 and scored a 610 (Q47, V27). Although Q47 is a respectable score, I knew I had to take it to the next tier to achieve my goal score. With the high reviews of MathRevolution, I gave it a shot. Read More 
Kurai  2016  
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92  Name  Year  49  Math Revolution is the only course you want for Quant!! For my quant preparation, I completed a number of online courses, but by far Math revolution prepares you the best for GMAT. Math revolution questions are exhaustive and they cover each and every topic. Not only the questions will prepare you but also will train your mind to think analytically to solve all and any kind of quant questions. The "Common Mistake Types" taught by this course is a must know for anyone who is targeting a score of 51 in Quant. Also Lee, Jin and team are the best. Their turnaround time for all the doubts/ concern resolution is impeccable. All in all a must required course for acing the GMAT Quant. 
Charlotte29  2016  
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91  Name  Year  49  My first GMAT Quant score with Math revolution was 49. I took the test again after 2 months and scored 50 ! The course structure, content and questions are up to date with the actual GMAT. Most of the other prep company's ( trust me , I subscribed to more than two online prep companies) quant contents are outdated. They are good for practice but they are no way close to the actual GMAT questions types. That's where Math revolution wins over all. A combination of OG and Math revolution will surely help anyone to achieve a score of 49 and above. The Math revolution team is absolutely brilliant. The turnaround time on questions related to the content is amazing. Thank you Math revolution for everything ! You guys really rock !! 
sangmat2016  2016  
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90  Name  Year  49  I took the Short Cut 51 course about 1 month before my exam and it has raised my Quant score by 45 points in a short time. Math revolution has a unique approach to GMAT quant that is based on their own extensive research on essential topics such as integer properties, statistics, and common mistakes (eg. C trap). According to the guys at Math Revolution, questions in these areas are usually given more importance in the scoring system, and I can say that I did notice similar trends in the actual exam and on GMAT Prep Exam packs. Besides, for the price of $79, the shortcut 51 course is perhaps the most comprehensive Quant focused course you will find out there! 
Joshchq  2016  
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89  Name  Year  50  Thanks Math Revolution for an 11 point increase in Quant! The Math Revolution team has been invaluable in my GMAT preparation, and it was through their hard work and dedication that I was able to increase my quant score from 39 to 50 which raised my score from a 680 to 740! I had already been preparing for the GMAT several months before I went to Math Revolution and had completed the entire Manhattan Prep Interact course, worked with two different private tutors from Manhattan Prep, completed the entire Veritas Prep Live online course, twice, and all of the accompanying course materials for both programs to no avail. I am an English Literature and Language major and have worked as an English teacher for the last 5 years, so the Verbal section really did not give me much difficulty, but what set Math Revolution apart from Manhattan Prep and Veritas is that Math Revolution simply taught me all the math I had forgotten since middle school. In my experience Manhattan Prep taught me a lot of little tricks that I could use for specific questions and Veritas taught me to “logic” my way through math, but both of these approaches were exceedingly exhausting and only provided middling results. For the rest of you Liberal Arts majors, in my experience there is nothing more difficult than 8th grade Algebra on the GMAT so don’t shy away from the calculations. It is much easier to write down a basic algebraic equation than to “consider what it means to be a multiple of 2.” Read more 
rhj1987  2016  
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88  Name  Year  48  I scored 610 ( 43 in Maths ) in June and decided to prepare again , I was looking to extra help in Maths since I wanted higher score. After signing up for AllInOne 47 Course , I finished up videos in 1520 days and upgraded to AllInOne 51 course . Math revolution is a notch above all the material available in GMAT Maths today . Their material is totally based on official guides and has different teaching methodology than others. Increased my score till 4648 in Mocks and hope to take exam soon with high score. Math revolution team is of great help and responsive to emails I sent at any time. 
sukhman  2016  
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87  Name  Year  50  Okay, So I would first like to say that learning the variable method and the IVY approach made by Max Lee to be the best thing I did for preparing for the GMAT. The first test I took I got a 42 on quantitative and I did not know what to do. I got 42 for both GMATprep tests and on the real test. I learned about mathrevolution and read the reviews and testimonials to verify if the courses offered were legit. Well, after studying with mathrevolution with their helpful strategies and videos explaining the methods to approach problems. I took the test 2 months later now fully confident with the quant section. I finished the quant sections with almost 10 minutes left leaving me ample time to refresh for verbal. By making quant section into no more than a warmup I was able to approach the verbal section with vigor. I scored a 750 on my gmat. 50 in quant and 41 in verbal. In just 2 months I made a 42 into 50. If that isn't something I don't know what is. Trust me. Max Lee is legit, if you are struggling the quant section go to mathrevolution.com right now. You will not be disappointed 
thisisjaelee  2016  
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86  Name  Year  50  Friends, Today I took the GMAT and scored a 710 (Q50, V35). I can't quite describe the emotion, but I have a lot of gratitude for the people who have helped me along the way. I started my journey over 6 months ago. I practice with the classic with Manhattan books + took the live online course. It got me to a 650...but I needed something else to get me over the hump. Quant I started at a Q42, then eventually moved to the Q46/Q47 level (took 4 months to get here). I plateaued. I just felt like there wasn't enough time to tackle this section... But people all over the world were getting their dream scores, so why couldn't I? I had to change my approach. My confidence was low, but I was willing to put in in the time to get it right. One day I was practicing a very difficult math problem and I couldn't understand how to solve this problem in less than 2 mins. I was like there is no way... I stumbled on an answer from Math Revolution. They approached this problem through their proprietary ivy approach  i mean it was far from conventional standards, but it allowed one to solve the problem within 1.5 mins. I went on their site and gave their free videos a shot. I sent a few emails to their customer service team and they were extremely responsive. They had this genuine willingness to help students, which stood out. Within a day I bought the ShortCut 51. I knew if I improved a couple of things with PS and heavily improved my accuracy for DS, then I could reach my goal of Q49/50. I went hard on the DS. I watched all the videos on my iPhone and it changed the way I approached DS problems forever. Their variable approach and extremely unique and efficient when you're in a time crunch. For example, on my real exam I was left with 6 mins and had 8 problems to go! I finished. Why? the variable approach. I could see through the tricks the test taker was throwing at me  I can't quite articulate this well, but you have to trust their approach and you'll see the results. When I saw the 50 on the screen I was amazed. Math Revolution team, thank you. Thank you for creating a very innovative approach to tackling the math section. Read more 
imb  2016  
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85  Name  Year  50  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 9session 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 retook 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 selfstudy 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 “Allinone 51” course immediately from November 23, 2015. It was a comprehensive 3month 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 retook 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 onemonth “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! 
Dalena0106  2016  
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84  Name  Year  49  I want to thank you all the Math Revolution team for the great job they have done to boost my Quant score from a 44 to a 49 on the test I took on Friday. My tutor, Jae was fully dedicated and a very professional teacher but at the same time super approachable. He managed to keep me engaged in the session for sometimes more than 2 hours. The materials covered are just spot on and their way of thinking is to the point, which is what I think is required for this exam. Thank you so much! Really recommend Math Revolution to everyone 
PIrisarri  2016  
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83  Name  Year  50  I have taken Math Revolution's short cut 51 to get 50 or 51 on the real GMAT. Earlier, I have already taken the GMAT and have got 49 on quant. So, this time my goal was to boost my score to get 700+. With the help of the Math Revolution team I have reached my goal and have got 50 on the real exam. Extraordinary Questions provided by Math Revolution are crazy! They were very very similar to real questions on the GMAT  I have got at least 5 questions on GMAT which very similar to these pack. You HAVE to solve these questions couple of days before the exam. Finally, I would definitely recommend this course to everybody who wants 50/51 on quant no matter what is your math at this moment. 
Mamyan94  2016  
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82  Name  Year  50  Right from my childhood i had special interest towards Mathematics. However i realized standardized computer adaptive tests are completely different and you need to have a proper strategy in everything you do for the GMAT. i had already given the GMAT in august 2016 and got a Quant 49. After much research i signed up for the Math Revolution Allinone 51 course to maximise my quant potential. My strategy was always that no matter what i needed to get all the 20 odd PS questions out of 37 questions correct and maximise my accuracy in DS questions. It is here Mathrev played a very important role. The revolutionary approaches such as variable approach method,ivy approach and the common mistake types taught at Mathrev made me super efficient and accurate with the DS questions.With these methods i was able to solve most of the DS questions within a minute and the extra time saved was very helpful to me to solve the wordy PS problems and in turn get them all right. After the course One thing what i understood was DS questions are comparitively easy to arrive at the right answer as you simply will not get wrong with calculative errors unlike the PS questions and there was never looking back ever since.As per as the PS is concerned,the video lectures by Mr.Lee are so informatively developed that i could get complete knowledge of all the theory concepts.You could clear see why Mr.Lee obviously is a encyclopedia for the Quant, seeing the various approaches he has developed.Ultimately i could save a lot of time taken to solve any given problem and this i believe is essential to achieve a top quant score (50/51) like i was able to get.The questions developed and practised at Mathrev are so GMAT like and it is only after a month of practise you become very familiar with the questions types you encounter on the actual GMAT. In conclusion i would also like to add the contributions of the Mathrev email support team ( especially Mr.Jin ) .The email support team was so proactive that you could get a reply to any of your query within hours of posting and this also has helped me in a big way during my preparation.I could get answers to any of my query in a very detailed way and that too very fast. I would definitely recommend Mathrev for every guy who is taking the GMAT.You certainly have the freeTrial subscription to decide to enroll like i did. 
bass123  2016  
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81  Name  Year  50  Before Math Revolution, I was barely able to inch above q47q48 on my practice tests. After taking the course, I scored Q49 on my practice tests with ease, eventually obtaining a Q50 on the real exam. Before taking Math Revolution, I used both Manhattan GMAT and GMATPill, but I was unable to secure the quant score I needed to get into competitive programs. The Variable Approach and Ivy Approach taught by the course was just what I needed to strategize on how to tackle each problem. Just be diligent with the videos and follow all of their methods. Good luck! 
DivineJustice  2016  
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80  Name  Year  47  After being frustrated by my first exam, I decided to focus on quant and purchased the allinone 51 course from MR and it was the best decision I made in preparing for the exam! MR has an organized and clear objective  improve your quant score; it does so by offering you exam tips. You don't need to be a maths whiz to score high, as long as you follow its suggestions on how to tackle the questions. The VA approach they created for DS questions are the best, and it helped me defeat my fear with them. Moreover, they always reply to your emails with 1224 hours, which is very helpful when you are stuck on a particular topic or question. 3 days before the exam, don't forget to send them an email and they will send you a personalised questions bank to better prepare yourself for the exam. I wish I had made the purchase early on and I believe that it would further improve my scores. 
unknownuser  2016  
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79  Name  Year  51  I am an awardwinning Korean Super Model, the first place of the Korean Super Model Competition in 2003, and I am currently enrolled in MBA program at the MIT Sloan School of Management. I am very glad to share my experiences of hitting Q51 and enter MIT. Just trust Math Revolution and follow what they guide you. You can imagine that I have never had any mathematical background in my life and career. I worked as a model in mainly Asian countries after winning the award, I continued my career as a model in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London after moving to New York in 2006. While modeling, I studied in fashion business management in Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), and built my career participating in various marketing projects as a fashion trend analyst in a New Yorkbased fashion company after graduation. Read More 
JayeonKim  2016  
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78  Name  Year  50  I signed up Math Revolution Allinone 51 course. Before signing up for this course, I had studies several math books and was relatively confident about quantitative part of GMAT. However, I was not certain I could get Q50 and above. I read some reviews online about Math Revolution and decided to take the course to ensure that I got a Q50 and above. I studies the lectures one by one and was truly impressed by the unique methods they are using and the unique approach they take. In all honesty, I find out that should I have signed up the course earlier, I could have saved a lot of time spent on the math part. That's the most important point in taking Math Revolution course  learning the same amount of materials but using a short period of time. Read More 
ahuan077  2016  
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77  Name  Year  50  I enrolled for the Math Revolution's AllinOne 51 course for my first ever GMAT attempt. They have a nice and innovative way to present the topics. Learning with Math Revolution is fast as well as enjoyable. The CMTs they have introduced are very helpful to check for common mistakes in DS. On the top of all they have the Extraordinary questions which are really amazing and can easily boost up the score by 23 points. I scored a Q49 in the exam, which was due to my anxiety during the exam, otherwise I was on track for at least a Q50. Thanks Max and team. Read More 
ankuradhikary  2016  
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76  Name  Year  49  Math Revolution has a unique "variable approach" to DS questions which are very efficient and quick way of solving DS problems. As it is with any unique approach, it takes some time initially to figure out what the approach is all about but once the core idea sinks in , you start getting the hang of what strategies and tricks are needed to accurately get most of the hard DS questions correct. Also, their support service is one of the best I have experienced and their turnaround time for my mails was really good. Their question bank including "Extra Ordinary" questions are most up to date with respect to similarity and type of questions I faced on GMAT exam. So I would highly recommend Math Revolution's courses to anyone who is aiming for Q49+. Read More 
vil1  2016  
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75  Name  Year  49  I spent close to 3 months preparing for my first attempt and ended up scoring a measly 44 on quant. This was way below my expectations and I figured I needed something that would help me polish my foundation but does not require me to sit through a 100 course. That is when I stumbled upon Math Revolution. After taking up the trial, I immediately signed up. What I loved about this course is that it prepares you at the GMAT level of questions. The courses I took up earlier were either too heavy and did not match the style or difficulty level of GMAT questions, both of which suck time out and may not lead to the desired results. I am a working professional and I did not have the luxury of taking 2 weeks off to study for GMAT. Read More 
Ankitruparel  2016  
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74  Name  Year  50  When I read about this course, I was skeptical about their claims of score improvement guarantee. While I was always quite comfortable in the quant section, scoring Q4849 in the practice tests, I couldn't reach to a score of Q5051. I felt like I was hitting a wall. Thats when I decided to join Math Revolution. The course teaches you unique concepts about both DS and PS sections. Especially in DS section, I could see a great improvement in time and accuracy when I applied their method. The course also helps you to tackle all types of trap questions that are tested in GMAT, making it a very relevant practice source. Read More 
abhid  2016  
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73  Name  Year  51  This course is amazing!! With 15 years of experience on his GMAT math lecture, Sanggyu, Lee provides a special approach based on the number of unknown quantities. This approach is very simple, systematic and innovative. Also to minimize mistakes, firstly, he categorizes questions into 2 types; basic questions and easily confusing questions. And then he categorizes confusing questions into 4 types again. Thanks to understanding of characteristics of questions, my math score increased from 49 to 51. Read More 
yanzhou82  2016  
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72  Name  Year  51  Math Revolution helped me improve a ton. The first time that I took the GMAT, I received a Q44. This was a bit disappointing. I had used the Manhattan Prep Books, the official GMAC books and tried Magoosh for the first time. Taking practice tests, I was still not getting over my hump. Magoosh helped slightly but not enough on Data Sufficiency. Math Revolution helped me a lot in improving my DS score. Understanding the Variable Approach Method really made sense after watching quite a few videos. I was able to consistently get around Q49 and Q50 on practice exams, but when I finally took the exam again early in September, I finally got a Q51 on the exam! Was SO happy with this. I really appreciate that the folks at Math Revolution were also helpful in answering my emails in a quick manner. Read More 
nshah15  2016  
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71  Name  Year  48  I was initially skeptical about the promises made by Mathrevolution. I took a free webinar class. I watched all the free videos that I got after a free registration with the company. The free videos entirely changed the way I looked at GMAT math. With 7 days money back guarantee, it was a nobrainer for me to signup for the program. Since I only had one month to prepare for the exam, I took the course for one month with gmatclub discount of 10%. The concept videos , advanced course videos train you like anything. Read More 
hanandaner  2016  
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70  Name  Year  49  Hi, I had given my GMAT in April 2016 and got a score of 650 (Q47 V34). I wanted to get a score of over 700. In the past, I had given many competitive tests and I knew that inorder to improve I had to improve in both verbal and quant. I do remember at the time that I saw a flyer from Math revolution. I saw this advanced prep course called "Math Revolution AllInOne Course". My first impression on going through the course was that the course featured exhaustive chapters on statistics, integer, probability, inequality and geometry. These are the favourite areas of GMAT however I have never seen any other prep course adequately focus on the nuances of these areas. Read more 
ramansh21  2016  
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69  Name  Year  51  I purchased the AllinOne 51 package with 6hr of private tutoring from Math Revolution. I worked with Jae Baek as my tutor for the sessions. I had taken the GMAT previously and was not able to score over a 47 on quant. I wanted to do private tutoring since I had already done a lot of selfstudy and want personalized attention to help me improve my score. I chose Math Revolution because their score guarantee is one of the highest and they are much more affordable than most other private tutoring options out there. This was a GREAT experience overall  I improved my quant score from a 47 to a 51 in a little over six weeks. Read more 
saniha92  2016  
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68  Name  Year  50  I've been challenging GMAT yet with Math Revolution and egmat, but I wanna share my findings easily to hit 50+ in the Quantitative section with Math Revolution. Before reaching Q50, I easily got 47/48 within a month, but, as most test takers might feel, there is a huge gap between 47/48 and 50+. I summarized why I could get 50 by dividing 2 parts; preparation for the exam and solution on the exam. Also, I'll introduce Math Revolution to Japanese struggling to boost their scores to 50+. <> 540 (Q47, V19) April 17, 2016 660 (Q50, V30) June 9, 2016 At the end of April, I've started learning with Math Revolution for Q and egmat for V. <>  I'm Japanese, so relatively good at Mathematics  Had easily reached Q47, 48 with a basic course for Japanese and GMAT Review, but struggled to get over 50  Achieved 50 around a month by taking the Short Cut 51 course in Math Revolution *Precisely, net 20 days; the first 14 days for basic study from the starting (3 hours a day) and the last 6 days for review of methods and Extraordinary questions for the exam (23 hours a day) Read more 
tet28  2016  
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67  Name  Year  51  First of all, I want to take this opportunity to thank the instructor Max for his excellent and unique style of teaching. Without Max’s course, I would have never had a chance to come this far. I was history major in college and had almost no mathematical background. The most challenging part for me, especially, was that I was not able to recall most of the basics I learned back in high school. Also, my work was from 8 to 6 every day, and there was not enough time for me to study and learn all the basics mathematical skills required for the GMAT Math. I realized I needed the course that would allow me to tackle GMAT in a completely different way so that I could at least finish the test. That was when I found Math Revolution. Although unheard of, I soon realized that Max’s course was the best course I could find online. Only after 1 month, I was able to finish the test in time. The most exciting experience was that I was able to solve every single question with ease and accuracy without any arduous process of calculation. I am sure all students who registered for Max’s course would get at least 49+ in a matter of 1 or 2 months. Highly recommended! 
Jude  2016  
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66  Name  Year  51  I have been preparing GMAT for quite some time and my only regret along the way is not registering at Math Revolution earlier than I did. I have been working for more than 3 years and I needed more than just a refresher in quant. Until I joined Math Revolution, I have been using free online materials, private tutors, etc, and I was sured I needed a more structured preparation. When I first encountered Max’s Variable Approach and Ivy Approach, I was not shocked. It seemed very absurd as the methods treat questions with completely different approaches compared to how I had used to approach. However, it took me only a few days to actually enjoy Max’s course. Every single thing he emphasized helped me to solve questions with ease, great pace, accuracy, etc. I do not want to elaborate every single detail of Max’s teachings here but I want to emphasize one thing: if you want to boost your quant score, the course at Math Revolution is a great choice. 
Gaurav  2016  
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65  Name  Year  51  I enrolled in the Math Revolution course 2 months prior to taking GMAT. I am happy to say that I was extremely pleased with some unique methods and simple ways to approach quant. As I was planning on taking GMAT so many years after I graduated from schools, I barely had an idea about Math. However, some of the skills that I acquired from taking this MR prep course taught me to manage problems in a very quick and accurate way. Despite my incompetent math skills (mainly because I forgot most of basic concepts), I was felt very prepared before the test. I highly recommend Math Revolution for those who are aiming for high scores and for those who think they are not so competent in quant. Thank you! 
Shashank  2016  
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64  Name  Year  51  Absolutely wonderful course. It perfectly prepared me for GMAT. I was around 4042 level of score and got stuck in spite of all the efforts when I studied alone using official guide. Methods provided by Math Revolution give so many tricks to solve difficult questions easily. Methods also teach how to become very very very quick in solving DS questions...Very amazing Variable approach in solving DS! PS questions were also helpful. I finally got a score of X after 2 months study with Math Revolution. Methods are very unique and special. You might find it difficult to understand at first, but once you get the logic of methods, they become very handy. I have never seen such ways to solve questions in my life. The course provides great analysis for each question and also teaches basic maths as well. The team also replies to questions very quickly, which helps a lot. I received 2 sets of Extraordinary questions 3 days prior to exam. As advised by Math Revolution, I practiced and memoried them. Surprisingly, I could encounter 3 DS and 2 PS questions in actual exam. Not the same but very similar ones. Even for other questions in actual exam, I was comfortable with them because practice questions in the workbook during subscription are uptodate ones in appearing. 
Aleksander  2015  
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63  Name  Year  50  While was preparing for GMAT, I was surprised by different number of approach methods that I could use for the quant section. Then I realize I was using too many prep guides and video lectures... I searched through websites (especially GMAT Club) and faced some of solution and guides provided by Math Revolution. I communicated with Max a few times and decided to give a shot at his course. I realize it was the best decision I have ever made since I began prepping for GMAT. He had very unique styles of teaching and solution to GMAT quant section. Also, his team continuously provided different types of questions that I could use to practice such unique methods. I loved Variable approach for DS a lot. I am wondering how he could develop this kind of new theory. Saving a lot of time. DS is no longer pressure for me. I finally hit 50. It took me a while to become fully comfortable and equipped with IVY Approach Method and Variable Approach Method. And I believe that would the case for most students because they are too extraordinary. But I am certain, once those methods become handy, they would be the best guide you have ever seen. Over ally, I am very satisfied with Math Revolution! 
Nasir  2015  
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62  Name  Year  50  I took GMAT using Math Revolution to prepare for the quant section (I scored 710). I have been using various other guides and courses out there, but Math Revolution was the best out of all. The course provides you with useful frameworks, tips and tricks to approach questions. I became really fast in solving questions after using Variable Approach Method. Max is a great instructor and is always there to help you. I have sent so many questions via email and he replied me back with full explanations. I highly recommended those who want to improve their quant scores significantly to consider taking the Math Revolution course. 
Kristi  2015  
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61  Name  Year  51  I cannot say enough great things about Math Revolution course. From Max, the instructor, to the content, the course is worth every penny spent! When I first began studying GMAT, I was not able to pinpoint what materials were important and what were not. There was just too much materials to study and master. Math Revolution does a great job of breaking down the sections and also strategies required for each section. Max did not only know the material inside and out, but he also replied me back every single question I had ASAP. Besides, the strategies I learned from his course equipped me with great pacing  I was able to complete the GMAT quant with ease in time. As long as you put efforts to learn quick and accurate methods that Max explains through his lectures, you will definitely get 49+. I understand there are so many online courses out there and probably not many students have heard of Math Revolution. However, after great experience but I believe Math Revolution is the best choice. 
Navin  2015  
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60  Name  Year  50  This course was certainly well worth the money because the instructor was great. Max teaches how to approach GMAT problems, not in algebraic and conventional way, but in a more unique way. He has so many tricks and strategies for solving complex quant problems using methods such as VA and IVY method. Those two methods allowed me to answer problems that I struggled on in the past. If you are looking to see your score improve and, especially, if you have minimal mathematical background, I definitely recommend this course. Also, I would certainly recommend everyone to learn these two methods if you are aiming for high scores. Besides some quick ways to tackle quant, he also teaches some test strategies such as timing. 
Hitesh  2015  
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59  Name  Year  49  I highly recommend Math Revolution for the quant section. Max is a wonderful teacher. He does a excellent job articulating what is needed to solve difficult problems and also explaining the logic behind each question. My score significantly improved as a result  increasing from 42 to 49. Two most important things I learned were unique methods that Max invented and strategies he taught for timing. I was nonmath and nonengineering major but solved every single question with ease and accuracy in time. My friends also registered for Max’s course and showed significant increases in their scores. Overall, great experience with Math Revolution. 
Vandna  2015  
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58  Name  Year  51  I decided to take the Math Revolution course because I was strongly recommended by my friends who got 48+ in quant. They also took Max’s course. Only after a month, I score jumped from 42 to 51. Max did wonderful job explaining his own logical ways to approach both the DS and PS problems. Also, the methods were extremely helpful in finishing the test in time (I had about 5 minutes remaining after the quant section). The teachings were clear and straightforward. If you are aiming to get a top score, I would definitely recommend Math Revolution. You would learn strategies that no one has ever taught you before. Thank you Max! 
Jeniffer  2015  
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57  Name  Year  51  When I first took my prep test for quant, my score was so low that I even thought of giving up the hope of going to MBA. However, one of my friends recommended me Math Revolution, and I decided to give a shot. And it was one of the best decision in my life. My scores significantly improved. It was not because I was improving in Math in general but it was because I able to eliminate and choose answers more quickly and correctly. Skills that Max taught me was quite an unique one and my score was up by 10+ after only a month. I was not even running out of my time during the test like I used to. If you want to get a top score in GMAT, Math Revolution would be a perfect choice. 
Silpi  2015  
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56  Name  Year  50  I am not a native English speaker so I struggled a lot at first just to understand questions. The principles behind the math section was pretty easy and most of stuff appeared in the test were from the high school math. But I certainly needed more time than most of students to FULLY grasp what the questions were asking. So I joined Math Revolution in the hope of getting a quality preparation for the GMAT Math. I have to say Max has one of the most special techniques in solving the GMAT Math section. With his methods, I became so quicker in solving problems and increased my score up by 7 in just about a few weeks. For some of the questions, I did not even have to fully understand the concept behind but still accurately eliminate wrong answers. Eventually, I am so glad to share that, I got 50 in the Math section and I want to thank Max for changing my life! 
Mandeep  2015  
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55  Name  Year  50  I regard myself as one of the students who is very good at quant. But I want to give my credit to the instructor of MR, Max, for the outstanding score. I scored 50 in quant and this would not have been possible without Max’s course. His unique methods were the reason why I was able to finish the exam in time with accuracy. He had this nonconventional way to explain problems that I was not able solve at all. He makes things so easy that I gained great confidence as time passed. In fact, I tried to follow the logics that he elaborated in the course during the test and ended up having 5 minutes to spare. I believe, with Max’ course, anyone, including even those who have not been exposed to maths for such a long time, will be able to achieve at least 45+. I want to take this opportunity to express sincere thanks to Max and want to encourage all of GMATters to consider taking his course. Thanks again for all your support! 
Mukesh  2015  
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54  Name  Year  51  I’ve got a Q51, a dream score! Before taking Math Revolution, I took GMAT test twice and my scores were 42 and 47. Even if I tried to get higher score and studied hard, I didn’t have the confidence to hit over 49. So I asked my friend who was preparing for GMAT. He got a Q50. He introduced Math Revolution and Max LEE’s lectures. So I watched his lecture on YouTube first. When I watched the lecture, I got shocked. He has totally diffident approaches for math and the approaches made me to become confident to solve math questions because even if I do not know which formula to use the question. I could solve the question very easily and quickly by following his unique Variable approach and IVY approach. GMAT math is not calculation, but logics! If your score doesn’t improve, you MUST try to study Math Revolution lecture first! Thank You! Max Lee! 
Vijendra  2015  
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53  Name  Year  50  As a fan of Max Lee, rather than saying how good his approach is, one example can be enough about his course. Example) Q1. x is what percent of 0.1y? A. 10(x/y) B. 10(y/x) C. 100(y/x) D. 100(x/y) E. 1,000(x/y) How will you solve this? Most students, including myself are trying to substitute the numbers like x=10, y=100. It takes 45 minutes and it make me feel sick of math for this type of question. But, one of the Max Lee’s approaches (Axiom) is that you will learn different methods. For example, If, “what = something”, “of =*”, “is: =“, “percent =1/100” then, from the question, you can develop a formula immediately. “x=(something)(1/100)(1/10)y=(something)(1/1,000)y then (something)=1,000(x/y). E is the answer! Did you get it? Anyway, it is just one of the sample. You will see a lot more examples and tips like this question. Don’ hesitate. Math Revolution is your solution! 
Subash  2015  
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52  Name  Year  49  Heading into GMAT preparation, I knew that the Quantitative section was not only the most important section for business schools but also the most difficult to master. Although I have a quantitative work and education background, I was shocked to find that I was unable to answer the questions in time and that I was having difficulty with some of the logic behind the questions. In this regard, I found the variable approach to be the most effective and foolproof method of acing the quantitative section in the shortest amount of time. It provides a concrete and easytoapply approach, as well as some tricks of the trade, to mastering the logic behind quantitative questions (especially the tricky Data Sufficiency questions!). After learning the variables approach by heart, I was able to solve the questions not only with more accuracy but also with much greater speed, which allowed me to attain a score of 770 on my first exam after only a week of test prep! 
Eric  2015  
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51  Name  Year  51  I’m finally done with GMAT! Just trust Mr. Lee. Do exactly as he says. The first score I got from a prep test was 37, and I rarely got DS questions right. So I listened to the video lectures. I knew I was weak with DS, so I focused exclusively on the Official Guide DS part and studied Manhattan. But I don’t think it was much helpful. I especially got a lot of help from DS. Every time I solved a problem, I tried to apply Mr. Lee’s original conditions of variable approach, and avoiding common mistake types, and made sure that I didn’t overlook fractions, negatives, 0s and 1s. After 37 questions, I still had 15 minutes left over at the exam. His PS IVY approach was also very useful. I’d really like to thank Mr. Lee. 
Matthew  2014  
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50  Name  Year  50  After taking the GMAT (thank you Mr. Lee), as much as I got help from Mr. Lee, I hope other GMAT takers can also get help from my tips. Just follow whatever Mr. Lee says on GMAT math. It’s the fastest way of getting a high score on GMAT through his unique and magic Variable/IVY approaches for DS/PS. I am not so good at math so I also took math classes in other GMAT courses, but Mr. Lee’s lecture videos are the easiest to understand. Through his lectures, I gained confidence in math and learned how to solve problems fast, through practice with the variable approach method. My score improved markedly. 
William  2014  
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49  Name  Year  50  With the math major Mr. Lee and his solid theories on taking PS/DS sections, I received tremendous help. Especially while preparing for the first mock test, after getting shocked with the DS section, I saw a new world with Mr. Lee’s variable and IVY approach methods. You can save so much time by just following Mr. Lee’s variable approach method. Also, the common mistake types that he points out will eliminate the confusing times you might face in the math section. You can read the mind of the test maker, thinking “The GMAT test maker is expecting me to make a mistake here!” I’ve never actually explained a math problem to anyone since middle school, so it was a bit awkward, but being forced to stand in front of others and explain to them the concepts I learned really helped summarize the material for me. I’ll continue to try hard in math, teacher. After writing this, I sort of seem like your biggest fan! (I’m not his relative or a stockowner of his company). But trust me. Mr. Lee is the way.. 
Robert  2014  
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48  Name  Year  50  I was able to improve my quantitative scores from 36 to 50! I saw a lot of questions similar to the ‘expected questions’ in your course. Some questions on the actual test were new to me, but using your Variable (DS) / IVY (PS) approaches managed to solve them with no sweat. I would recommend your videos to anyone whose preparing for GMAT! In my practice tests I used to get 11 to 12 questions wrong but after watching your videos I lowered the numbers down to 4 to 5. You always talked about how important it is to get a high score in quantitative and I could finally understand why. I was more relaxed and confident when going in the Verbal section. I also saw my verbal scores improved so, Kudos to you! 
Jennifer  2014  
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47  Name  Year  48  I just received admissions last week. I would have never been able to finish GMAT without your courses. For me, the most difficult part of the GMAT was the Quantitative section. I left off math in basic arithmetic calculations back in school, so I was in pretty bad shape mathwise. I was also in a hurry to get over with GMAT so in a failed attempt I tried to study your textbooks without any basic knowledge. I’m sure there are some students out there who are in a position like me. I also tried Manhattan GMAT but it didn’t help much. But after I took your course I was able to score a Q48 which to me seemed like an impossible score. One of my study members who took your math class scored a Q50 and finished GMAT only after 3 months of studying. I am deeply grateful to you. 
Natalie  2014  
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46  Name  Year  49  I got admission! Thanks so much Math Revolution! ^^ Lucky for me, I listened to Mr. Lee’s video lectures and came out of the swamp that is GMAT math. The path you think is the fastest, will not be the fastest according to Mr. Lee’s lectures. I heard from a student I know in Wharton, “You are prepping for GMAT and NOT listening to Math revolution lectures??” so I came around to listening to the lectures. The last prep exam I took, I easily got 49 on the math section. The advice that stuck with me the most from Mr. Lee was that if you even rest one day in prepping for verbal, you lose some problem solving sense, but with math, if you have the basics down with him, it just becomes part of your skill set like swimming. It would be a waste of time to try to say all the great things about his variable approach method and common mistake types – there’s too much great things to say about them, so just accept that they are amazing. Yes, I remember being forced to take the exam fast by Mr. Lee, and a miracle happened! I never thought I could solve 20 questions in 6 minutes, but I really did! Trust Mr. Lee. Trust him a second time and the third time. Just continue trusting him all the way through your MBA preps. If you do exactly as he says, the time investment may seem large, but after the test, you’ll realize that you’ve spent the least amount of time to get the greatest reward 
Ryan  2014  
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45  Name  Year  50  I took the PS/DS video lectures for two months. I was pretty confident with the math section, but after the first PS lecture, I realized listening to the lectures would be a great idea. The lectures showed me a way to get answers much more efficiently than my own typical styles, and the problemsolving approaches were custommade for GMAT, so I got answers much more quickly than before. Same thing with DS, with the systematic approach introduced in the lectures, I noticed my scores on DS improving. Even the difficult questions I faced on the actual exam date, I could solve with ease and speed thanks to the lectures. I wish I’d gotten the 51, but if you listen to Mr. Lee, you should have no problem getting there 
Henry  2014  
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44  Name  Year  50  I’m happy to tell you that I scored a 710(Q50, V35) on my GMAT! This was the first time ever I was able to score over a 700. I would have never been able to do this without your help. Your math courses were especially brilliant. After watching your tutorials I was able to maintain a Q50 over my past 4 tests. Your unique Variable approaches and common mistake types were of tremendous help in achieving such high score. I thank you for your help over the course of my studies, and wish everyone whose studying for GMAT good luck. 
Lauren  2014  
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43  Name  Year  50  Just took the GMAT today and scored a 750 (Q51 V40) When I first started my studies GMAT seemed like a huge wall which would take years to conquer. I have been out of school for some time and had forgotten the simplest formulas like the area of a circle. But then I enrolled in your course, learned everything stepbystep and kept practicing. Some of the tips you mention were a little challenging as I hadn’t touched math for so long but practice after practice, I soon began to understand the concepts. I wish my fellow GMAT students a good luck. When I was studying for GMAT I used to go on boards and read other people’s testimonials and success stories which motivated me and I hope mine can motivate you too. Last but not least, a great thanks to Mr. Lee and his Math Revolution team. 
Daniel  2014  
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42  Name  Year  50  As a satisfied customer, I’m excited to tell you that I scored a 50 in Quantitative! Your math videos were a godsend to me. Your theories and common mistake type’s were incredibly valuable. The 1day math lecture also really helped me review and organize in my head everything I’ve learned. Because getting a 49/50/51 on the math section is the basic condition for getting over 700 on GMAT. As far as I know, nobody got over 700 without a math 49/50/51. And getting math 49/50/51 is certainly not easy. No. It’s downright difficult. GMAT math does not ask for math skills, but rather how logically you can think using math. So unless you are trained for the test, you won’t be able to solve 37 questions in 75 minutes. I’d like to thank all those people who walked the walk with me. Thank you so much. 
Rachel  2014  
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41  Name  Year  50  Thank you Mr. Lee and Math Revolution! I haven’t done much math since highschool but with your help I finally got the score I needed on GMAT! Some of things you mentioned in class, which at first I thought were just jokes, turned out to be real in the actual test lol. I thought of you when taking the test. Also those questions you said that I would certainly encounter when I get a 5051, really appeared! Thank god took your class and prepared for all those key questions, trap questions, and integer and DS problems. On my test I got three 2by2 questions which took me only seconds to solve thanks to your training. I was a bit surprised that I still had 20 minutes left after solving all the problems. Your systematic approach to problems, timesaving methods and precautions for difficult set problems were all invaluable. In the 1day lecture, you mentioned in passing that if we get such type of question the answer is OO. Guess what? I really got those questions on my actual test and got both of them correct! Your course is the best investment I made in my life so far. Thank you so much! 
Adam  2014  
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40  Name  Year  51  Graduated GMAT with a 720. Thanks to your big help, I got a 720 (Q51/V37).. I tried Kaplan, Manhattan practice exam, and GMAT Prep but never achieved over Q42 on the practice exams.. but with you I could finally reach Q51 so thank you so much! I received a lot of help from the supplementary material you sent me even right before the exam.^^ I bothered you a lot with many questions before the exam, but you kindly responded to all of them, so thank you so much!! 
Hannah  2014  
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39  Name  Year  50  After graduating from the GMAT. I’d like to thank Mr. Lee for his constant advice and support for a math major like me. Thanks to him, I graduated from GMAT with a 710! Mr. Lee is so downtoearth and gives useful tips! The tips were totally catered to me!!! So I followed exactly as he said and listened to the video lectures and studied. And so I finally got the score I wanted – it seems the tips were made just for me! If there’s anyone out there who is in misery because of low GMAT scores, I highly recommend contacting Mr. Lee for help. He will open doors for you. Mr. Lee, I owe you one!!! >_< 
Gabriel  2014  
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38  Name  Year  50  I scored a 720 (Q50, V38) on my GMAT. There are a lot of students these days who score over a 700 but I am writing this testimonial to encourage students who feel their Verbal is weak. I started studying for GMAT last March and took 4 tests to get this score. I used to read a lot of testimonials and dreamed of one day writing one myself. I still find it kind of surreal that I got that score. I actually burst into tears when I received my score report. I am deeply, deeply grateful for you Mr. Lee and your Math Revolution. I come from an engineering background and so did not spend much time on Quantitative in my previous tests, but I realized that scoring a 51 is not an easy task. I spent a lot of time this time studying math to finally get a 50. I feel I should note that a 4950 score and 51 score on the quantitative section will account for a 20to30 point difference in the overall score. 
Tony  2014  
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37  Name  Year  50  From far away, I write to thank Mr. Lee. From abroad, I listened to Mr. Lee’s video lectures. The first time I started studying for GMAT, I heard the rumor about a very famous GMAT math teacher. I was really impressed with the fresh problem solving approach and the logic Mr. Lee presented in solving the GMAT math section. If I were to rate Mr. Lee, I’d say he’s the God of GMAT math. If you listen to him without any resistance, you will be ready and with a little bit of your own effort, the GMAT math will be a piece of cake. Math Revolution is the key to math. That will never change. 
Jonathan  2014  
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36  Name  Year  49  Because the video lecture covered 70% of the math section, just listening to the teacher’s lectures helped so much. After starting to prepare for the GMAT, many people who took the exam told me the Kaplan program didn’t help so I was looking through the Official guide twice by myself. That got me a 38 on the math section of a prep test. I didn’t have enough time, and I wondered how people aced the test after taking Mr. Lee’s lectures. By chance, I heard about the video lectures and after taking the lectures, I completely found my confidence again. His tothepoint lectures were one thing, but I was even more moved by Mr. Lee’s diligence in giving me prompt responses whenever I would ask him something by email. Thanks to him, I got a 49 on the math section on my first official test. Since he removed the fear of math, I could take the test with ease. For people like me who can’t go to a classroom, the video lectures are so much help and convenient. Mr. Lee, thanks so much!!! 
Maya  2014  
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35  Name  Year  49  Thanks Math Revolution! Graduating from GMAT with a 710. I listened to everything Mr.Lee told me: solve slowly but surely with your hand, master both the memorization of concepts and understanding of concepts, DS and PS are completely different tests, beware of the common mistake types on key questions. They were all correct advice. I got a math 49 on the exam. For a first time taking GMAT, I’m very happy with the result. The video lectures are seriously impressive. I really want to thank Mr. Lee with my good result and everything but I don’t know if he’ll see this message. Right before the exam, I remember taking about 10 problems that Mr. Lee sent me that ended up showing up on the exam in similar fashion. With 20 minutes left over, I finished the math section. I did so much better than I expected with the math section, so I finished the GMAT with just one try. I hope all test takers from now on will see his video lectures. They are really big help. 
Joseph  2014  
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34  Name  Year  50  Graduating with a 720. Thank you Math Revolution! I studied the OG 13 for a month alone, and consulted Mr. Lee. After listening to the video lectures, I slowed down my calculations so I wouldn’t make mistakes on them. I imitated teacher’s ways of solving problems and paced myself with my own techniques. If you pace yourself to take the full 75 minutes in prep exams, you’ll have time left over on the actual exam. Thanks to Mr. Lee, I did not have to waste time being disoriented and received such a good score in a short amount of time. I really would like to thank him. 
Benjamin  2013  
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33  Name  Year  51  Just passed the 700 mark with a score of 730 (51/37) ^^ With the math section of GMAT, just leave it up to Mr. Lee right before the exam. His video lectures show the overview of GMAT with such authority and introduces you to the variable approach method, which I’m sure nobody’s heard of before. His style is so captivating. I personally hate math to the bone, but after the first lecture, I had the confidence in math I never thought I’d get. After listening to all the video lectures, I got a 51 on the math section. 
Eunice  2013  
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32  Name  Year  51  I sucked in Math, yet I got a Q51! Wow, Unbelievable!!! Thank you so much for your lessons and help. I found your methods for solving DS problems particularly useful and on my first GMAT, I scored a 700+! I would spread the word about your math videos, they are absolutely great! Your problem solving and explanations are priceless. Thank you so much 
Alexander  2013  
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31  Name  Year  50  After taking the GMAT: Thanks Mr. Lee and Math Revolution!^^ I supplemented my understanding of the DS variable approach method with the video lectures and maintained a good sense for solving math problems. I solved the basic DS/PS material that you gave me three times, and the ones I starred on the basic material that was difficult, I made sure to try again before every mock exam. Mastering the equations and problem types on the basic DS/PS material should be enough to eliminate any difficulties a student might face on the actual exam or during the preparation stages. I received so much help through the problemsolving classes and over the course of three exams, I got 50, 51, and 50 
Justin  2013  
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30  Name  Year  49  Thank you Mr. Lee. I took my first GMAT yesterday and scored Q49 which is just amazing. My math was terrible so the score really surprised me, in a very, very good way. (Last time I took the preptest I got a 33 and there were times when I scored less than 20.). When I first started studying for GMAT, I told myself "Mr. Lee is the God of GMAT and I will only trust and follow his words." I studied with your videos after work (while my husband looked after our child) and it was well worth it! I could feel my math improving as it took less and less time to solve each problems. It took me 45 hours to finish the first prep paper you gave us which had 37 questions. But my problem solving speed grew exponentially faster. I highly recommend all students who are preparing for GMAT to take your course. I recommend them to trust your teacher and follow his words because he will (and you will) deliver. The tips you gave us during the classes were especially useful. To be honest, I feel I have a lot of room for improvement in my math skills. But with you tips I was able to score such a high score. For example there was this one PS question which was not a Key Question. The logic was simple but the calculation was complicated and would have taken more than 5 minutes. So I boldly passed the question as I learned. Then the next question I got was a Key Question which I could solve in seconds using the methods you taught us. I respect your tremendous amount of experience on GMAT and it would be a fool of anyone to not listen to your teachings. I am grateful that I was able GMAT within such short period of time and really glad to have met my fellow students who all made some significant sacrifices in their lives to study GMAT. I wish them all a very good luck in their future. 
Luke  2013  
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29  Name  Year  51  Confident about math (Q51)!!! A doctorate friend of mine in the US got math 51 and a total GMAT score of 770 and strongly recommended Mr. Lee to me. We are both not so good at math, so apparently Mr. Lee was the one to learn from – at our first consultation, I was first impressed with how Mr. Lee gave me the small break time he had in between classes to explain his program to me the best he could, and I was secondly impressed with his professionalism in his own confidence in the program. I could tell that he knew his way was THE way. I immediately took to listening to his video lectures and I got a 51. Thank you so much. 
Nicholas  2013  
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28  Name  Year  50  After mastering the GMAT in 2 months. I was always bad at math in school, so I made sure to memorize the equations and solved every question the way Mr. Lee showed me and copied everything from the question number to the work up to the answer. I embarrassed myself with red pen marks whenever I got a question wrong and told myself how to solve the question right the next time. Before the math exam, I solved the 80 questions teacher sent me, and luckily, about 20 questions from that set actually came up on the exam in similar format. Even if a problem was the type I knew how to solve, Mr. Lee’s approach shortens the problem solving time so much, so I highly recommend his lectures to people who are bad at math. For the first time, I had sufficient time to take the Math section. Based on my nature, I spent a little more time focusing on verbal than on math, because I like betting on the higher chance side. But if you want over 700, you actually have to invest more time into math. If you get over 49 on math, you’ll safely ensure 700. All I have to do is get the admission papers in, so I hope I can visit you again with good results 
Zoe  2013  
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27  Name  Year  50  Graduated on my last chance. I got a 50 on last week’s exam and barely graduated. Coming home after the exam, I discovered the mountain of math materials I had solved. Based on my experience, I really recommend video lectures or joining a study group. Teacher emphasizes that we be able to solve problems in front of other people and explain the variable approach concept, and I really think he’s right about this. This exam is unique in that there are many misleading questions, so if you glance over the details, you’ll never get a 50 or 51. You need to be extra careful and meticulous. Lastly, I’d like to thank Math Revolution and Mr. Lee. I wish all the best to all the GMATers out there. 
Michael  2013  
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26  Name  Year  50  I finally graduated from GMAT! Thank you!!!^^ Math: unlike the verbal section, there is a shortcut in math. Seriously! Believe me. If you follow these steps, you will definitely get a 49/50/51 on the math section. [Step 1] Listen to Mr. Lee’s video lectures (both PS/DS). [Step 2] Enroll in Mr. Lee’s Math Study. [Step 3] Always attend the weekly rehearsal and math study. [Step 4] Get a 49/50/51 on the math section and be happy. What is this nonsense? This is exactly how I got 50 on the math section. On my first exam, I got a 42. I couldn’t believe it. And then I never got any score over Math 50 on the prep tests. The highest I’d ever gotten on a prep test was 49 right before the actual test. That 49 was something I’d gotten after countless 4547s and a lot of additional studying. Many people think math is easy compared to verbal so don’t give enough attention to the section. But math is the part to do well if you want a score over 700. 
Lily  2013  
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25  Name  Year  50  Finished GMAT~ Thanks so much Mr. Lee ^^ Math is the subject that makes you appreciate Mr. Lee is there for you. From the beginning, with Mr. Lee by my side, I had no worries. His video lectures are second to none, and he just imbues so much confidence in you as a test taker. It was a tremendous amount of help, seriously. All I did actually was just take the key points out of his lectures and really mastered those key points about DS problem solving approach and the last summary he did, but this alone was sufficient for me to do well. Thanks to him, I had the energy to tackle even the relatively harder verbal section and I got a good result in a short amount of time. Good lectures and the solid lead was the key to my success, so I’d like to thank Mr. Lee. I hope he will continue to help students go to great MBAs. 
James  2013  
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24  Name  Year  50  Thank you Math Revolution!!!! I wrestled with the idea of giving up because of the math section for about 2 months, but I trusted Mr. Lee’s video lectures and prepared for 3 months to take the exam. My math score improved! The first prep cycle, I only received a score in the 30s, but in the last exam, I got 50 and along with that, a total score over 700! Thank you so much teacher! Thanks soooooooooooooo much! 
Kyle  2013  
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23  Name  Year  50  Thank you Math Revolution! I graduated last month with 720 (Q50/V36). After listening to Mr. Lee’s video lectures, studying math and consulting with Mr. Lee, he told me that I should breathe easy and take the test with a light heart. Within the math sections integer, statistics, inequality, and probability, just study the ones you forgot… Make a math note separately. There’s a lot to write down. I wrote everything down in a small notebook. When I was taking number 36 on the math section, I had 30 minutes left. And it had taken me 17 minutes to solve the 36 questions. After seeing the 30 minutes left, I think I went crazy. Thinking that I had the time which I didn’t gave me a headache. I realized that in 17 minutes and found the answer. And then questions 37 was an addition question… I felt so foolish. I’d like to tell all the GMAT takers to take the prep test a lot, and take the actual test with a calm mind. 
Gallen  2013  
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22  Name  Year  51  I took the GMAT today and got a 51 in math, which is amazing because I never scored so high even on my practice tests. The 5051 lecture and 1day lecture were tremendously. I was planning on pursuing my MBA in Europe and the score I received today was enough to get me into the school that I wanted. I feel so much more confident now and I thank you for everything. 
Grace  2013  
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21  Name  Year  50  5 out of 9 of our study group members took the test last week after taking your course, and 3 of them scored a Q50! Your courses and study methods are simply amazing! Ms. K 690 à 740(Q50,V38), Ms. M 640 à 710(Q50, V35), Mr. Y 640 à 690 (Q50, V33). I am the lowest at 710 (Q50, V35) 
Emily  2013  
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20  Name  Year  49  Thanks to you, I raised my math score by 10! Now my score is 700 (Q49, V35). I asked my friend and the only way to raise the math score is to listen to a lecture that can tell you how to get answers fast, not how to solve problems like in school. So I took that kind of lecture and thought it’d be find after reviewing the ones I got wrong. I said I’d finish up with GMAT if I get in the 700s, but I got exactly 700. I used to get 3840 on math in the practice exams, but I got 49 today. Well, it’s the first exam I took, so I think I’ll prep a little harder this time and raise my math score. I’ll be sure to post a response once I get a better score ^^ 
Sara  2013  
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19  Name  Year  50  6 months journey from 600 to 710. Thank you Math Revolution. At your advice for me to take the exam one more time, I was hesitant, but when I listened to your advice, it really paid off. Thanks to Math Revolution, I got so much help. I always was a bit far from liking math, but after the second exam, I always got a 49 or 50. So I’m sure other people can easily get 51. Just trust the Math Revolution and Mr. Lee. 
Brian  2013  
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18  Name  Year  49  Finishing the GMAT with video lectures – 750 (Q49/V42) If you do exactly as Mr. Lee says on the video lectures and apply the PS/DS theories on the problems, then you’ll see immediate improvements on the score. Taking the One Day special lecture right before the exam also helped a lot. 
Jason  2013  
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17  Name  Year  49  After finishing the GMAT… I listened to Mr. Lee’s lectures for 3 months. I’m an engineering major and was confident in math, but what was for sure was that Mr. Lee’s typecentric approach to problem solving and his tips with the variable approach was essential to get a math 50 or 51. 
Claire  2013  
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16  Name  Year  51  Just to let you know I got a Q51 in my test. I’m officially graduating from GMAT! Your 1day lecture was tremendously helpful for me. I found myself no longer in any time constraints. I practiced the questions as you instructed and my efforts came through. Thank you so much for such great lectures and helping out in my GMAT journey. 
Jessie  2012  
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15  Name  Year  50  Here’s my testimonial. I took my first test and scored a 710(Q50, V36). I was quite nervous before I took the test because whenever I took the math prep test I got 48. But after some email exchanges and consultation with Mr. Lee, I kept studying with the course videos. Though 51 would have been better but I’m sincerely grateful and excited that I scored Q50! 
Ethan  2012  
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14  Name  Year  50  Finished GMAT with a 750. Thanks Mr. Lee! I remember looking at the GMAT official guide 6 months ago. I never thought I’d finish this exam at one go, but thanks to Math Revolution, I reached my goal score. I finished GMAT with a 750 (M50, V41). Thanks again Mr. Lee! 
Brandon  2012  
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13  Name  Year  51  I graduated with a 750. Thanks so much Math Revolution! (Q50 V41 total 750). Before actually starting to study for the exam, I got oriented thanks to a consultation with Mr. Lee. With Mr. Lee’s recommendation, I attended his math study sessions every week and did prep exams 3 times. First prep: Q49, V38, Second prep: Q49, V41, Third prep: Q49, V39. Total 720. Studying for each part. With DS, Mr. Lee’s variable approach method and the typecentric summary of the PS section really saved me. Right before the exam, with 5051 I got the confidence to take on difficult questions, and took the magical one day special lecture to memorize all the answers, so I saved time on the actual exam by getting 5 or 6 questions that looked exactly like the ones I had memorized. I got a result I never expected, and raised the score a lot in a short time with lots of learning and satisfaction. Thanks to everyone who helped me^^ 
Sean  2012  
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12  Name  Year  48  Scored a 48 in my Quantitative. I think I would still be stuck in the Q4142range if I hadn’t taken your 5051 lectures. Thank you and I highly recommend your course to students! 
Julia  2012  
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11  Name  Year  50  I scored a 50 in quantitative and a 760 overall after studying with your videos. I owe you for this one! I can finally apply to the top 10 MBA programs. It’s surely a dream come true! Sorry I couldn’t be in New York this month for the meetup session but next time, dinner’s on me! 
Lucas  2012  
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10  Name  Year  50  I got in!!! Thank you Math Revolution and especially Mr. Lee for your help. It’s been quite challenging for me studying GMAT and the admissions process was nerveracking but I made it! I’m so glad that I could pursue my MBA studies now, and I owe all of this to you. Thank you so much! 
Sophia  2012  
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9  Name  Year  51  I just took my GMAT today and scored a 700+. This was my third test. Coming from a nonmath related major, math has always been a huge challenge for me. But your videos have been absolutely instrumental in my preparation for the test. I did exactly as you said man and my scores just went up and up. Thank you so much! 
Kevin  2012  
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8  Name  Year  50  Not everyone gets 51 out of 51 on GMAT math. But after listening to Mr. Lee’s videos and lecture specials and after taking a couple of oneday lecture specials on the month of the exam, it should be a breeze getting 49 or 50 right. Except I never got a 51, so I don’t know what to do.. (so jealous of engineering majors who do so well 
Joanne  2012  
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7  Name  Year  51  Thanks Math Revolution!^^For the last 6 months, you were a great support as well as an amazing math teacher. I thought GMAT was a mountain too high to climb, but I see now that there are bigger mountains even after GMAT. The only way I could last this long was thanks to you, Mr. Lee. Thanks for always being there for me and supporting me! 
Victoria  2012  
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6  Name  Year  51  Thanks Mr. Lee!! I always wanted to get over Math 40 so I didn’t expect much when I took the test. But I got a 51! I was so thankful. There are many people who are just starting to study for GMAT and some who already know how to do a fair bit of the test, but don’t struggle alone. Take the Math Revolution way and listen to the video lectures. You’ll finish the math section really quickly. 
Andrew  2012  
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5  Name  Year  50  Graduated with 750 (50/41) I remember Mr. Lee telling me all the time “Math is easy with me. Just focus on verbal” After taking the exam, he was totally right. He is great help in all the math sections. Actually, the most important strategy for my last exam was to listen to all the video lectures teacher sent me right before the exam and focused on those 80 questions, and my score improved dramatically. Every time I felt depressed after a bad test, Mr. Lee was always there for me to give me confidence and for me to try again. If you started studying GMAT with Math Revolution, you just found the solution. 
David  2012  
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4  Name  Year  51  I failed on the test multiple times and tasted bitterness a fair bit. Even with group studies with fellow students, I only reached early 600s as a score. I met Mr. Lee with this heavy heart. At that time, the only thing on my mind was just to see who gets the legendary score of 700 and over. I’d like to thank Mr. Lee for his longterm selfless mentoring. 
Tyler  2012  
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3  Name  Year  50  Thanks Math Revolution! Through Mr. Lee’s consultations I listened to great stories and through the video lectures, I received so much help. After getting my MBA admission, I will surely buy him a drink. I’ll come visit one day, Mr. Lee. I hope your business will continue to grow, and as always, continue to give the tremendous help you gave me to other Gmatters. Stay healthy. 
Mason  2012  
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2  Name  Year  50  Postscript after 700 on GMAT. I got a 700 (math50/verbal33) on my 3rd exam. It’s not a great score, but I hope my postscript will help those similar to me. Mr. Lee’s math video lectures are so good that if you are an engineering major, onetime thorough look at the lectures should be enough to handle the actual exam with supplementing once in a while before the exam. 3 days before the exam, get the one day special lecture with the teacher and receive a mailing service to solve more math problems. I’d like to thank teacher for giving his time willingly today and cheering me up. 
Isabella  2012  
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1  Name  Year  49  1. Thanks to your help, I finally got into CEIBS. I’m sure there will be difficulties next year when I go to MBA, but I am not so worried with you as my mentor ^^. Always be healthy and I’ll come visit!! 
Jack  2012  
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