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Break Away GMAT: Problem Solving

Ace Problem Solving questions in the Quantitative Aptitude section of the GMAT. Ensure success by gaining guidance from LoonyCorn, a 4 member of team of experts with an average score of 770.

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GMAT Problem Solving

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer-adaptive test that is conducted to assess the analytical, reasoning, quantitative, writing and verbal skills of aspirants who aim to take admission in graduate level management programmes in top business schools across the globe. The Quants section in the GMAT is divided into 2 sections - Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. Owing to the simple direct approach needed for Problem Solving, it is imperative that any serious GMAT aspirant get a near perfect score in this section.

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Course Objectives

Through numerous problems with in-depth solutions, this GMAT Problem Solving course will enable you to breeze through the section. With the team of experts at LoonyCorn handling your training, you are in good hands. By taking this course, you will gain access to:

  • Tests with ORIGINAL questions designed to challenge and assess your skills in various topics across Problem Solving
  • Step by step video solutions to help you understand your mistakes and build a strong foundation in terms of approach
  • Insights on common mistakes to avoid and recommended strategies which has worked very well for GMAT toppers

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Related Courses:

You can find the Complete Course by Loony Corn covering all the topics by clicking the following link: Break Away GMAT: The Complete Guide

The team at Loony Corn has also come up with courses to help aspirants deal with the remaining sections in the GMAT. The links to the courses are listed below:

Break Away GMAT: Data Sufficiency

Break Away GMAT: Reading Comprehension

Break Away GMAT: Critical Reasoning

Break Away GMAT: Sentence Correction

Course Plan

2. Section II - 6 to 10
5 videos  · 1 test
Test 2

A classic student problem 07:32

Playing children create a problem 05:50

Pieces of pipe lay still for our counting 04:42

The relationship of a,b, c - Problem? 05:20

Rectangle gives us the area of a square 04:14
3. Section III - 11 to 15
5 videos  · 1 test
Test 3

The probablities of success 04:22

The problem of a picture 05:07

Figuring out the angles in a figure 06:18

Bags and shoes sit in a box 05:11

A shop, its customers and their choice of offers 04:10
4. Section IV - 16 to 20
5 videos  · 1 test
Test 4

A and B get down to business 04:48

The journey of 4 people in 4 seats 04:53

The strange population of a town 06:34

Power struggle with A and B 04:36

Ways to unite a, b and c 05:00
5. Section V - 21 to 25
5 videos  · 1 test
Test 5

The problem of increasing production 05:31

Students may come and students may go, the weight goes on forever 05:26

A horse and a car compete for speed 04:42

Crossing tracks of two trains 05:02

Mixture in a tank 04:31
6. Section VI - 26 to 30
5 videos  · 1 test
Test 6

Fruits in a crate 05:38

A small value of X 04:33

Choosing between engineers and managers 04:52

Trading boxes 03:45

Two machines compete 04:39
7. Section VII - 31 to 35
5 videos  · 1 test
Test 7

A huge discount is up for grabs 04:44

Assigning value to an expression 03:09

A triangle inside a square 04:26

Ageing is an age old problem 05:01

X wants to know its value 04:04
8. Section VIII - 36 to 40
5 videos  · 1 test
Test 8

x,y,z are equal a,b,c or not 04:03

Interchanging digits 03:59

Yet another divisibility problem 06:43

Lights on a football field 04:47

Once there were two leasing agencies... 04:35
9. Section IX - 41 to 45
5 videos  · 1 test
Test 9

Triangles in a plane 08:50

The positive values of X 04:16

Y has a problem- let's help 03:45

The lazy worker wants more wages 04:18

Each fruit is worth a point 04:05
10. Section X - 46 to 50
5 videos  · 1 test
Test 10

X and Y lost in the decimal points 04:31

Sam and Tam need to know their finances 04:15

Multiply or subtract? 04:09

Population growth needs to be in check 04:52

Whats cooking in the middle of X and Y 03:54
11. Section XI - 51 to 55
5 videos  · 1 test
Test 11

The greatest value of a factorial fraction 06:50

Percentage increases in the value of a number 04:27

X wants to be known in terms of Y 03:59

Two sets even their odds 05:30

What makes the statement true 05:05
12. Section XII - 56 to 60
5 videos  · 1 test
Test 12

The line passes through 04:59

Find Y, but there are conditions involved 03:25

How long can an integer be? 08:59

Dividing a square is not easy 07:34

A window and its trims need help 06:51
13. Section XIII - 61 to 65
5 videos  · 1 test
Test 13

Comparing salaries is a problem 04:28

Summing a sequence 04:28

The connection between X and Y 04:55

The greater of three primes 03:40

The radius meets the tangents 04:59

Meet the Author

4 Alumni of Stanford, IIM-A, IITs and Google, Microsoft, Flipkart

Loonycorn is a team of 4 people who graduated from reputed top universities. Janani Ravi, Vitthal Srinivasan, Swetha Kolalapudi and Navdeep Singh have spent years (decades, actually) working in the Tech sector across the world.

  • Janani: Graduated from Stanford and has worked for 7 years at Google (New York, Singapore). She also worked at Flipkart and Microsoft.
  • Vitthal: Studied at Stanford; worked at Google (Singapore), Flipkart, Credit Suisse, and INSEAD.
  • Swetha: An IIM Ahmedabad and IIT Madras alumnus having experience of working in Flipkart.
  • Navdeep: An IIT Guwahati alumnus and Longtime Flipkart employee.
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