Solve High Difficulty Algebra Questions in < 90 seconds

  • Do you take a huge amount of time-solving complex algebraic equations?
  • Do you want to improve the accuracy of the algebra questions on the test?
  • Do you get confused as to how to approach the question in a limited amount of time?
  • Do you sometimes get an incorrect answer due to lengthy algebraic calculations?

If the answer to the above questions is yes, join us for a free webinar, where we will solve the questions with the following steps:

  • Understand the questions very well before solving the question
  • Approach the question to solve in less than 90 seconds

If you are just starting your GMAT prep or are stuck at a lower quant score, this webinar will help you gain insight into how to solve the question in less amount of time and avoid lengthier calculations. Join us and learn how you can improve your speed, and increase your accuracy to get closer to your target score.

November 25, 2022

21:00 hrs.

Kapil Madaan

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Session Highlights

  • Understand the best approach to solving algebra questions on the topics such as inequalities, modulus, and exponents using values or numbers to reduce the time taken per question. This would also help avoid silly calculation mistakes.
  • Understand how to solve the question just by eliminating the options to get to the answer quickly than solve the question using traditional or school approaches which take more time and energy to solve.
  • Solve the questions by identifying the pattern given in the question by using common numbers such as 0, 1, -1, etc. Investing time to understand the question well helps you avoid unnecessary steps.
  • Approximate the answer by solving the question using an arithmetic approach as compared to solving the question algebraically.
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Learn more about the Speaker

Kapil Madaan

Kapil Madaan

GMAT Expert

Kapil earned an MBA after his mechanical engineering degree. He performed well on standardized tests such as GMAT. He has been teaching Quant for more than 10 years and helped thousands of students achieve their target scores, with his unique ability to break a most complex problem into simpler mathematical steps. Most of his students get a score between Q45 - 51 on GMAT.