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The Problem Solving portion of the GMAT Math exam is the most straightforward and, therefore, typically the easiest for most GMAT test takers. Still, being able to get through these problems fast and effectively is essential to a high score. This course will help you develop an efficient approach to this section of the exam and give you so much practice, you'll be acing it in your sleep.

- Access 66 lectures & 5 hours of content 24/7
- Study w/ 65 high-quality reading comprehension problems
- Learn to avoid missing easy questions & suffering from the GMAT's weighted scoring
- Develop a methodical approach to answering questions on the Problem Solving portion
- Discover mathematical shortcuts to march through questions quickly & accurately
- Get 5 hours of simple, step-by-step reasoning so you can learn to think like test-setters
- Receive visual highlights so that you really understand why answers are right or wrong
- Get feedback from instructors any time

Loonycorn is comprised of four individualsâ€”Janani Ravi, Vitthal Srinivasan, Swetha Kolalapudi and Navdeep Singhâ€”who have honed their tech expertises at Google and Flipkart. The team believes it has distilled the instruction of complicated tech concepts into funny, practical, engaging courses, and is excited to be sharing its content with eager students. Together, their GMAT scores average over 760, and they hold MBAs from INSEAD, ISB, and IIM-Ahmedabad in India.

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- Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
- Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
- Certification of completion not included
- Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
- Experience level required: all levels

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- You, This Course and Us
- You, This Course and Us (1:33)

- Section I- 1 to 5
- Three friends and their savings (5:52)
- Problem of divisibility (4:52)
- Two cars meet on the track (7:30)
- Choosing four fruits (8:46)
- The acceleration of a car (3:56)

- Section II - 6 to 10
- A classic student problem (7:32)
- Playing children create a problem (5:51)
- Pieces of pipe lay still for our counting (4:42)
- The relationship of a,b, c - Problem? (5:20)
- Rectangle gives us the area of a square (4:14)

- Section III - 11 to 15
- The probablities of success (4:22)
- The problem of a picture (5:07)
- Figuring out the angles in a figure (6:18)
- Bags and shoes sit in a box (5:12)
- A shop, its customers and their choice of offers (4:10)

- Section IV - 16 to 20
- A and B get down to business (4:48)
- The journey of 4 people in 4 seats (4:53)
- The strange population of a town (6:34)
- Power struggle with A and B (4:36)
- Ways to unite a, b and c (5:00)

- Section V - 21 to 25
- The problem of increasing production (5:31)
- Students may come and students may go, the weight goes on forever (5:26)
- A horse and a car compete for speed (4:42)
- Crossing tracks of two trains (5:02)
- Mixture in a tank (4:31)

- Section VI - 26 to 30
- Fruits in a crate (5:38)
- A small value of X (4:33)
- Choosing between engineers and managers (4:52)
- Trading boxes (3:45)
- Two machines compete (4:39)

- Section VII - 31 to 35
- A huge discount is up for grabs (4:44)
- Assigning value to an expression (3:09)
- A triangle inside a square (4:26)
- Ageing is an age old problem (5:01)
- X wants to know its value (4:04)

- Section VIII - 36 to 40
- x,y,z are equal a,b,c or not (4:03)
- Interchanging digits (3:59)
- Yet another divisibility problem (6:43)
- Lights on a football field (4:47)
- Once there were two leasing agencies... (4:35)

- Section IX - 41 to 45
- Triangles in a plane (8:50)
- The positive values of X (4:16)
- Y has a problem- let's help (3:46)
- The lazy worker wants more wages (4:18)
- Each fruit is worth a point (4:05)

- Section X - 46 to 50
- X and Y lost in the decimal points (4:31)
- Sam and Tam need to know their finances (4:15)
- Multiply or subtract? (4:09)
- Population growth needs to be in check (4:52)
- Whats cooking in the middle of X and Y (3:54)

- Section XI - 51 to 55
- The greatest value of a factorial fraction (6:50)
- Percentage increases in the value of a number (4:27)
- X wants to be known in terms of Y (3:59)
- Two sets even their odds (5:30)
- What makes the statement true (5:05)

- Section XII - 56 to 60
- The line passes through (4:59)
- Find Y, but there are conditions involved (3:25)
- How long can an integer be? (8:59)
- Dividing a square is not easy (7:34)
- A window and its trims need help (6:51)

- Section XII - 61 to 65
- Comparing salaries is a problem (4:28)
- Summing a sequence (4:28)
- The connection between X and Y (4:55)
- The greater of three primes (3:40)
- The radius meets the tangents (4:59)

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