Do you keep coming across GMAT quant questions that you're not sure how to approach? Do you feel like there are certain topics that you've never studied or still don't get?
This book is for you!
The GMAT Quant Bible contains crucial information about every single of the 40+ quant topics tested on the GMAT: how to recognize them (even when they're disguised), what to know about them, and how to solve them in every form they're presented.
It also has fully-worked out examples and original, fully-explained practice questions for each of the topics.
Whether you're struggling with combinations, probability, or just translating word problems into equations, this book is what you need!
And believe me: I know what it takes to get a good score on the GMAT. Not only have I scored a 750 myself, I've helped dozens of other people do the same:
This book is helpful for anyone who's feels uncertain about any of the topics covered by the GMAT Problem Solving or Data Sufficiency questions. If you've ever struggled to start a permutation problem or solve a rate question when there are variables instead of numbers, this book will help you.
This book is also helpful for people who are really unfamiliar with quant, like those who haven't done math since high school. It starts at the beginning, with basic algebra and translating word problems into equations, before ramping up into more advanced topics.
This book is less helpful for people who are just looking for difficult practice questions. While there are difficult practice questions in here, I'd recommend doing your practice on official GMAT questions, which can be found for free online.
After finishing this book, you'll be able to recognize, approach, and solve any quant question that you'll come across on the GMAT.
However, you'll still need to practice these skills on actual GMAT quant questions afterwards, as there's no substitute for the real thing. I'd recommend getting the Official Guide and GMATPrep tests online.
"Unlike most GMAT study books, this one isn't going to take months to complete and read. Trevor successfully summarizes the most important topics and strategies into short chapters. A lot of the content is real life practice problems to put your knowledge to practice, which I think is the best way to learn. As someone who has been studying very seriously for the GMAT, I found this book to be more useful that doing the in person classes."
-Erica Lee, GMAT studier
Alex Kleczewski, GMAT studier
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