- 1. Start Here | Intro, *** Study Materials ***
- 2. The Popularity Matrix
- How to do Your Homework -- Only Relevant to those Taking the Virtual-Classes
- 4. Solving Problematic Elements, Leaving a Comment
- 5. The Most Important Chart -- If You're Aiming High
- 6. The Most Important Chart -- If You're Building Your Skill Set
- 7. The Question Types Chart
- 8. Problem Solving -- Most Popular, Hardest
- 9. Data Sufficiency -- Most Popular, Hardest
- 10. The Top Subtypes Charts
- 11. Conclusion, Contact Us
- Sample Solution 1 - Prime Numbers | Problem Solving Question 141, Page 167
- Sample Solution 2 - Powers & Roots | Data Sufficiency Question 289, Page 276
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This is a statistical analysis of the math questions appearing in the GMAT Official Guide 2018. We will see which types (and even subtypes!) of questions are more common on the test, and which Question Types tend to be harder. As you know, since this test is adaptive, the better you do, the harder it becomes. This knowledge is therefore crucial for anyone seeking to gain a high score on the test.
The analysis covers 404 questions: Problem Solving questions 1-230, which appear in Section 5.3 of the book, and Data Sufficiency questions 231-404 which appear in Section 6.3.
The analysis is based on NeatPrep's table and graphs which you can access and download for free from Google. It's recommended that you visit and bookmark this URL. Hopefully you will use it repeatedly over the next couple of months. The data and graphs are LIVE and will be updated through June 2018. Even though they are hosted on Google servers, you do not need a Google account in order to access them.
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- Senior lecturer for GMAT, GRE, SAT, ToEFL for all verbal and quantitative sections (USA, Singapore, Israel). Author of the GMAT, GRE, and SAT courses, lesson plans, and textbooks.
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- Teacher for online lessons via an e-learning system / software since 2001.
- MBA from Central Queensland University (CQU)
- Graduate Diploma of Management (CQU)
- Graduate Certificate in Management (CQU).
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- Standardized test scores (GMAT, GRE, SAT, Psychometric) routinely in the top one percentile.
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