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Latest News - Sentence Correction Module Coming Soon


Next module in line is Sentence Correction! This should help simplify those pesky SC questions that get to us every time!

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Arithmetic - Factors of Consecutive Integers


Trick 1: Pick any two consecutive integers (Don’t tell me what they are!). Multiply them. Whatever your numbers, the product is an even number! If you are wondering how I knew that, you desperately ne...

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Arithmetic - Weights in Weighted Average


We have discussed weighted averages in detail but one thing we are yet to talk about is how you decide what the weights will be in weighted average problems. It is not always straight forward to ident...

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Arithmetic - Mixtures


If you are not a Quant jock, I am sure you feel a chill run down your spine every time you see a mixtures problem. But guess what, they are really simple if you just use the same weighted average conc...

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Arithmetic - Work Rate using Joint Variation


Today, let's discuss work-rate using joint variation. Though we will use the concepts of joint variation, we will solve the questions using a simple methodology. 

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Number Properties - Really Knowing the Factors


What we will discuss today is a very simple concept but it seems odd to us when we first confront it even if we are very comfortable with factors and divisibility. If we tell you the concept right awa...

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Statistics - Nuances of Sets


We will start with sets today. First, let’s look at why we should focus on terminology in sets question. Thereafter, we will put up a very nice question from the Veritas book which is simple but takes...

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Arithmetic - MarkUp, Discount, Profit


Mark Up, Discount and Profit questions confuse a lot of people. But, actually, most of them are absolute sitters — very easy to solve — a free ride! How? We will just see. Let me begin with the previo...

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Arithmetic - Successive Percentage Changes


What does a 20% sale with an additional 25% off on the $85 sweater that you have your eye on mean to you? It means a big rebate. Let’s see how much: If you reduce 85 by 20%, it becomes 85 * 4/5 = $68....

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Algebra - Game Plan with Max-Min


For the past few weeks, we have been discussing conditional statements. Let’s switch back to Quant today. I have been meaning to discuss a question for a while. We can easily solve it by plugging in t...

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