Advanced SAT / ACT Math 2019
Learn how to solve the 5 most challenging questiontypes on the SAT & ACT, then solve hundreds of challenging questions in the fastest way possible!
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Hi from Sunny Phoenix, Arizona, USA!
The Quantitative portion of the GMAT is widely regarded as the most challenging standardized test of its kind in the world.
This extensive course WILL teach you how to quickly solve hundreds of GMAT questions from the ground up, with zero experience required.
We will focus on the 5 question types which students themselves, as well as advanced statistical analyses have identified as the most problematic ones:
 Combinations & Probability (most askedfor by students)
 Integers
 Overlaps
 Powers & Roots, and
 Statistics (2nd most askedfor by students)
ALL of these question types tend to appear more frequently as the test becomes harder.
They are responsible for ~40% of the questions on an average test, and for ~70% of all the questions on highly scored tests!
This course is probably the most intensive of its kind in the world;
each lecture starts with a THOROUGH Review of all of the basic, as well as the most advanced, concepts that you'll need in order to successfully tackle each of the 5 question types, before moving on to a rigorous Practice session.
You will see
 "If you see this  do this!" for every question type
 The fastest solution first!*
 ~200 NEW questions
 ~250 videos
 A total running time of ~20 hours!
 A unique PDF containing all of the tips, tricks, and methods**
 A DETAILED statistical analysis of the GMAT***
 Accurate, humangenerated subtitles.
You will know
 The exact number of seconds you should spend on every single question
 The exact, pertinent Homework you'll need to solve for each question type!
* Each explanation starts with the fastest way of solving the question, followed by 1 or 2 backup solutions (in different colors) which illustrate what you will need to do in case you did not know how to solve the question.
** A unique feature of this course is that all of the different explanations appear in a single, Searchable PDF document. So, if for example you wish to review a specific Takeaway or a confusing questiontype, you have the ability to search and then immediately practice that exact concept / Takeaway on multiple different questions.
*** You will also see a DETAILED statistical analysis of the GMAT, learn which Takeaways / questionstypes are the most popular on the test, and how to effectively deal with Data Sufficiency questions (which are unique to this exam).
The GMAT doesn't have to be an annoying little chore!
There is a lot to learn, and if you're as motivated and excited as I am about preparing for the GMAT,
I would love to have you come along for the journey!
Néve Chen
FAQs
What knowledge & tools are required?
 No prior knowledge is required.
Who should take this course?
 Anyone planning to take the GMAT.
 Anyone seeking a highend, challenging, and brutally effective review of all Combinations & Probability, Integers, Overlaps, Powers & Roots, and Statistics questions appearing on real GMAT Math questions.
 Anyone seeking to focus on weakpoints, and to easily access tens of similar questions.
What will students achieve or be able to do after taking your course?
 Understand how to solve hundreds of the top5 most challenging questiontypes on the GMAT  in the FASTEST way possible: Combinations & Probability, Integers, Overlaps, Powers & Roots, and Statistics.
 ALL of these question types tend to appear more frequently as the test becomes harder. They are responsible for ~40% of the questions on an average test, and for ~70% of all the questions on highly scored tests!
 APPLY the knowledge you acquire towards solving hundreds of other real questions.
 Know how to solve a question even when the accurate mathematical way escapes you.
Your Instructor
Phoenix, AZ, USA
Experience
 Taught over 300 classes.
 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.
 Freelance Translator, Linguistic Editor, Dictionary Editor, Math teacher.
 In charge of Quality Control, updating and proofreading of questions that appear both on GMAT, GRE, and SAT international preparatorysites as well as in other educational materials.
 Teacher for online lessons via an elearning system / software since 2001.
Education
 MBA from Central Queensland University (CQU)
 Graduate Diploma of Management (CQU)
 Graduate Certificate in Management (CQU).
 Mensa member
 Standardized test scores (GMAT, GRE, SAT, Psychometric) routinely in the top one percentile.
Course Curriculum

StartCombinations Method + Question 1 (7:20)

StartArranging Items in a Row, Column, or Circle + Question 2 (9:12)

StartQuestion 3 (4:02)

StartQuestion 4 (6:30)

StartQuestion 5 (4:27)

StartQuestion 6 (6:33)

PreviewCombinations & Probability – Selection, Pairs (1:43)

PreviewQuestion 7 (6:07)

StartQuestion 8 (6:05)

StartQuestion 9 (5:39)

StartCombinations & Probability – Undesired Options, (Non)Adjacent Items (1:08)

StartQuestion 10 (4:40)

StartQuestion 11 (3:42)

StartQuestion 12 (5:23)

StartCombinations & Probability – Probability (2:33)

StartQuestion 13 (14:56)

StartQuestion 14 (4:23)

StartQuestion 15 (5:10)

StartCombinations & Probability – Probability of Not, Undesired Options (0:48)

StartQuestion 16 (3:53)

StartQuestion 17 (4:16)

StartQuestion 18 (2:09)

StartQuestion 19 (4:28)

StartQuestion 20 (5:55)

StartQuestion 21 (3:18)

StartQuestion 22 (6:29)

StartQuestion 23 (3:58)

StartQuestion 24 (5:17)

StartQuestion 25 (6:54)

StartQuestion 26 (7:14)

StartQuestion 27 (3:35)

StartQuestion 28 (6:11)

StartQuestion 29 (4:36)

StartQuestion 30 (5:35)

StartQuestion 31 (6:22)

StartQuestion 32 (4:59)

StartQuestion 33 (7:46)

StartQuestions 34, 35 (9:56)

StartQuestions 36, 37 (10:54)

StartQuestion 38 (7:28)

StartQuestion 39 (11:27)

PreviewQuestion 40 (12:07)

StartQuestion 41 (7:43)

StartCombinations & Probability – Lecture Review (9:28)

StartIntegers – Prime Numbers (9:31)

StartQuestion 1 (4:08)

StartQuestion 2 (3:56)

StartIntegers – Divisibility Rules (14:29)

PreviewQuestion 3 (3:58)

StartQuestion 4 (5:01)

StartIntegers – Remainders (2:19)

StartQuestion 5 (2:53)

StartIntegers – Digits (2:39)

StartQuestion 6 (3:37)

StartQuestion 7 (4:50)

StartIntegers – Odds & Evens (2:47)

StartQuestion 8 (3:31)

StartQuestion 9 (5:54)

StartQuestion 10 (5:47)

StartQuestion 11 (4:06)

StartQuestion 12 (6:16)

StartQuestion 13 (5:45)

StartQuestion 14 (7:00)

StartQuestion 15 (5:55)

StartQuestion 16 (8:28)

StartQuestion 17 (4:56)

StartQuestion 18 (5:41)

StartQuestion 19 (7:34)

StartQuestion 20 (7:56)

StartQuestion 21 (5:15)

StartQuestion 22 (4:37)

StartIntegers – Lecture Review (12:01)