Qualification:
B.Sc(Honours), B.Ed. M.Sc.
Location:
Bangalore, the IT capital of India.
Experience:
More than 12 years in teaching math. I have been
teaching GMAT aspirants for the last four years.
Communication
Arrangement: Online teaching using various IM
clients with voice facility, like google talk, skype,
yahoo msngr.
Teaching
Methodology: A personal online interview to
gauge strengths and weaknesses of the student. If
required conduct a small test. Developing a specific
plan for the student. First concentrating on
developing the concepts and then coming to actual
problem solving. Math can be learnt by practice and
more practice. I also utilize certain Suktas
(formulas) of Vedic math. An example: Squaring of a
number ending in 5, e.g. 15, 25, 35...105 etc. Omit
5 from the number, you get 1, 2, 3 or 10. Multiply
it by the next number, 1x2, 2x3, 3x4, or
10x11. Attach 25 to the product. 225, 625, 1225 or
11025. There are many other Suktas which can be
conveniently applied for fast calculations.
GMAT Realities:
GMAT is not a test of math alone, it is a test of
psychology. Certain questions are designed to fool
the readers into thinking towards a certain pattern
especially towards the end of the test, when the
time is running out. So one needs to avoid these
pitfalls.
GMAT Myths:
Questions are tough. No, the questions are based on
6th to 10th grade math. Anyone and everyone can
solve all of them but the crucial factor is time.
These questions have more than one methods of
solving, the skill in identifying the right method
to achieve the solution in minimum time is the key
to high score.
Fees: Varying
from $15 to $25 (Depending upon the period of
commitment). Payment by Paypal or Credit card to
Paypal account.
