by Focus Tutoring | Feb 1, 2022 | Algebra, Arithmetic, EA, Quant

We know what you’re thinking: math is a scary subject and not everyone can excel at it. When attempting math on the Executive Assessment – better known as the EA – the stakes may seem much higher. Especially since there is a whole section dedicated to math...
by Focus Tutoring | Aug 18, 2021 | Algebra, GMAT, Quant

Hey guys, check out this problem. This is an example of a problem that requires daisy-chaining together or linking together several key algebraic insights in order to answer it. GMAT Prime Factors Problem – Applied Math Solution Path Notice there’s an...
by Focus Tutoring | Aug 11, 2021 | Algebra, Data Sufficiency, GMAT

Hey guys, today we’re going to take a look at a typically characteristic data sufficiency problem that gives us a relationship, and then asks us if we have enough to compute the final value of that relationship. There’s an algebraic solution path here,...
by Focus Tutoring | May 19, 2021 | Algebra, GMAT, Quant

GMAT Algebra Problem Introduction Hi guys. Today I’m here with a classic GMAT Algebra problem, what we call a parts problem. And if you take a look at this problem you’re going to realize that it just looks like a bunch of algebra. But the key here is in...
by Focus Tutoring | Apr 28, 2021 | Algebra, GMAT, Quant

Work Rate Problem Introduction &Challenges Hi guys! Today we’re going to look at a super challenging work rate problem. This is one of those keystone problems, where if you have this problem really, really down then it indicates that you won’t have a...
by Focus Tutoring | Apr 23, 2021 | Algebra, GMAT

Hey guys! Today we’re going to take a look at a DS problem that is a skills problem, focused on GMAT standard deviation. Standard Deviation & Variance What they’re asking here is do we have enough information to compute a standard deviation? It’s...