The quantitative section on standardized tests is known to be particularly difficult to crack. It is thus imperative that test-takers warm up to numbers and become thoroughly comfortable with the key mathematical concepts that are tested and assessed on test day. The key lies in knowing that it isn’t the concept-building that is difficult, but rather the way that the concepts are presented within the timed framework that appears demanding. It is actually quite easy to do well on this section with regular math practice and discussion sessions, and this group is your resource to do just that. Your active participation on this group will allow you to uncover a variety of test-prep related quant material that will help you acclimatize to typical quant questions you will see on test day. Here’s your chance to ask and answer questions, discuss those answers and more. As an additional resource, “Rapid Maths: Important Examples”, is going to be your gateway to sample Q/A’s and quick math hacks that will support your quant prep and boost your score.

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