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If you are just starting your SAT prep or are stuck at a lower math score of around 500 to 600, this webinar will help you gain insight into the mistakes you might be making. Join us and learn how you can avoid these mistakes and plan your preparation following a few simple steps.
August 22, 2022
SAT Quant 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.
SAT Score: 1560
(800/800 in Math)
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