99th Percentile GMAT Score or Bust! Lesson 5: Procrastinate to Calculate

raviVeritas Prep’s Ravi Sreerama is the #1-ranked GMAT instructor in the world (by GMATClub) and a fixture in the new Veritas Prep Live Online format as well as in Los Angeles-area classrooms.  He’s beloved by his students for the philosophy “99th percentile or bust!”, a signal that all students can score in the elusive 99th percentile with the proper techniques and preparation.   In this “9 for 99thvideo series, Ravi shares some of his favorite strategies to efficiently conquer the GMAT and enter that 99th percentile.

First, take a look at Lesson 1, Lesson 2, Lesson 3, and Lesson 4!

Lesson Five:

Procrastinate to Calculate: in much of your academic and professional life, it’s a terrible idea to procrastinate.  But on the GMAT?  Procrastination is often the most efficient way to do math.  In this video, Ravi will demonstrate why waiting until it’s absolutely necessary to do math is a time-saving and accuracy-boosting strategy. So whatever it is you would be doing right now, put that off for later and immediately watch this video. The sooner you learn that procrastination is your friend on the GMAT, the more time you’ll save.

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By Brian Galvin