CHILI HOT GMAT: MATH REVIEW will lend a hand readers develop the skills and mindset needed to score high at the quantitative section of the GMAT exam. Each and every hand-selected problem comes with a Classification, Snapshot, and Chili Rating. Classification serves to identify Each and every problem in step with category or sub-category. Snapshot highlights why that particular problem was once chosen, including the underlying problem-solving principle or strategic approach. Chili Rating helps candidates gauge the estimated difficulty level of a given problem. A single chili indicates that the estimated difficulty level of a given problem is “mild” (500 to 590 difficulty level), two chilies spell “hot” (600 to 690 difficulty level), and three chilies signal “very hot” (700 or above difficulty level). By studying problems of varying difficulty, candidates will discover ways to care for discipline on easy but tricky math problems and also to exercise flexibility when deciding on more than one approaches and time-saving shortcuts to be used in tackling harder, more involved problems.
Note to readers: This book accommodates the excerpted math sections from the parent title Chili Hot GMAT: 200 All-Star Problems to Get You a High Score on Your GMAT Exam.