Seller: Anshul Agrawal
- iOS7 and iPhone5 compatible
- modified 'Add question to group' functionality
- minor enhancements & bug fixes
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- Powerful GMAT Math preparation tool.
- 1400+ questions (incl. 6 practice quiz) with step-by-step solution for each.
- Topic Flashcards incl. formula listing, quick tips, fundamental approach and more
This application is NOT just a question bank. It take your preparation to next level by providing effective tools to monitor performance, review questions you answered wrong or group question to revisit later.
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- 1400+ quality questions covering all facets.
- Practice questions and examples by topics with step-by-step solution.
- 6 practice quizzes with various difficulty levels.
- Ability to save quiz for later review.
- Facility to group questions. Question groups can be 'Tricky questions', 'Tough questions' etc.
- Easy to use and effective user Interface.
- No Wi-Fi or Data Connection required
Quiz Feature :
- Timer helps simulate realistic exam.
- Ability to pause/save quiz to resume at a later time.
- Ability to save completed quiz and scorecard for later review.
- Quizes with various difficulty levels
- Summary gives you a birds-eye view of all questions. Jump to any question from question picker.
- Step by Step solution of all question.
- Ability to restart completed quiz.
Score Card features :
- Provide time spent on each question.
- Score card, along with its graphical view, helps review your performance.
- Provides all other obvious score data.
Topic feature :
- Formula listing and fundamental approach provided for each topic
- Short-cut, Quick-tips and operations
- Examples are provided for each topic and short-cuts.
- Instant validation of Practice questions and examples.
1) Numbers & Operations: Numbers, even-odd, substitution, operation, factors, fractions, sequence/patterns, counting, absolute
2) Algebra: Roots, Exponents, roots, linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, percent, functions
3) Word Problems: Ratio, Variation/Proportion, motion, work, age, mixture, cost
4) Data & Statistics: Probability, average, statistics, set theory, data analysis (bar, line, pie charts), interest
5) Geometry: parallel lines, angles, triangle (properties, congruency, similarity) , pythagorus, circle, area & perimeter, solids, co-ordinate geometry
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There may be a possibility of some bugs, inaccuracies or typographical errors for which the owner cannot be held liable.
The owner can make changes or modifications including deletions to the contents, the product and software given here at any time without notice.
I think it is very useful for GMAT math. Very well organized and problems make sense
This app is amazing!!! I love how the subjects are organized and how it keeps track of your progress. It has been of great help while prepping for gmat.
I really like this app. It is helpful, easy to use. I like how they offer tricks and combine questions.
My brother GiGo boy there is no wrong in the fifth question. Everything is ok, the correct answer is 21 days. I hope you check your solution. Thanks
Its a great intuitive app with some very useful features. Questions have lot of variety and solutions are detailed....Quiz gives a exam-like feel. Tips/shortcuts are pretty helpful. Overall a nice effective app.
The 5th question about earning 15 and spending 12 ; the answer is 16 days. Not even a choice ... They should have double checked the math before publishing. Sigh...
never thought I would write a review..but this App helped me so much with my studies, I'm writing this.. I think Honehead group has done an amazing job making this App. its like having a small tutor in my pocket.. love it.. Keep up the good work guys..
Poorly coded and bears little resemblance to actual GMAT math.
Who wrote this crap? Next time, get someone who speaks and write English!
360 seconds is SIX minutes. 1/3 of the seniors + 1/5 of the juniors isn't enough information to determine overall fraction of the student body. I quit after the 6 minute mistake. Check your work before publishing.