Hi! I am horrible in math. I made a 430 on the gmat. I hired a tutor, bought several practice test, books on foundational math and several study books and still did not improve my score when I retook the test. In fact, I got worst. I can't even understand what the questions are asking for yet alone solve the problems. Any recommendations on how to approach the math section of the test if your are horrible in math. My goal is to score a 650 and I have 3 more months to prepare. Thank you!
Hi, I am new to this forum and I hope that you'll welcome me here...! You please don't afraid of maths....! It's not as much difficult and horrible as you have made it for yourself...! First, you must learn the foundation of knowledge necessary for the GMAT exam. This includes the basic math, grammar, reading, and reasoning skills. For students aiming to score over 600, you need to know advanced topics such as standard deviation, probability and quadratic equations. Thanks, Sonia2010!
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