**Intro to GMAT Math**

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Summary

Success on the GMAT Quantitative section hinges not on the ability to perform complex calculations, but on using logic and number sense to navigate problems more efficiently.

- The GMAT Quant section does not allow the use of calculators, emphasizing problems that can be solved through logic rather than detailed calculations.
- Complicated calculations often indicate a harder approach to a problem, suggesting a simpler method exists based on the logic of the question.
- Basic mental math skills are crucial, and daily practice without a calculator is recommended to improve these skills.
- Engaging in mental math exercises and developing number sense through everyday activities can enhance your ability to solve GMAT Quant problems more effectively.
- Future modules will introduce specific mental math strategies and the concept of 'playing with math' to further prepare for the GMAT Quant section.

Chapters

00:03

The Role of Calculators in GMAT Quant

01:18

The Importance of Logic Over Calculation

01:47

Developing Mental Math Skills

02:08

Practical Tips for Enhancing Mental Math

03:36

Looking Ahead: Mental Math Strategies and Playing with Math

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