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GMAT Verbal - Critical Reasoning Prep

Ace the Critical Reasoning Portion of the GMAT Verbal Exam with This Comprehensive Prep

By LoonyCorn | in Online Courses

Books and preparation for the graduate business school exam, GMAT, can cost an arm and a leg, and may not even prepare you particularly well. With this online course you get lifetime access to these 150 high-quality problems that closely resemble the Critical Reasoning section of the GMAT Verbal. Get ready for to nail the GMAT the right way, in your own time.

  • Access 151 lectures & 15 hours of content 24/7
  • Study w/ 150 Critical Reasoning questions w/ a real GMAT feel
  • Get 15 hours of step-by-step reasoning so you can learn to think like test-setters
  • Receive visual highlights so that you really understand why answers are right or wrong
  • Get feedback from instructors any time
Loonycorn is comprised of four individuals—Janani Ravi, Vitthal Srinivasan, Swetha Kolalapudi and Navdeep Singh—who have honed their tech expertises at Google and Flipkart. The team believes it has distilled the instruction of complicated tech concepts into funny, practical, engaging courses, and is excited to be sharing its content with eager students. Together, their GMAT scores average over 760, and they hold MBAs from INSEAD, ISB, and IIM-Ahmedabad in India.

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • You, This Course, and Us
    • You, This Course and Us (1:55)
  • Section 1: Question 1 to 10
    • CutFlix and Orinoco (6:04)
    • Boom-time saving in Ersulia (6:09)
    • Code reviews at Froogle (6:19)
    • Lithium in bottled milk (5:46)
    • Charles does not want a Tera (5:51)
    • Basketball to grow taller (5:42)
    • Cattle feed imported in Arcadia (5:49)
    • Elephant heights at Bazinga (6:07)
    • Diseases of affluence (5:42)
    • To bargain or not to bargain (6:41)
  • Section 2: Question 2 to 20
    • Quality control in pairs at Tera (6:53)
    • Highs and lows of multi-tasking (6:30)
    • Unemployment rate in Arcadia (6:12)
    • Skyhook and Lassiter (5:37)
    • Per-capita emissions (6:13)
    • Online dating (7:10)
    • Different neuron patterns (5:55)
    • Low emission zones (5:52)
    • Neolocal and ambilocal kinship (5:45)
    • Russion voices, Indian accent (5:29)
  • Section 3: Question 21 to 30
    • Blubber drivers (6:42)
    • Chicken feet (5:51)
    • Tera quality inspections (6:15)
    • Early bird promotions (6:36)
    • Sworn affidavit and a visa (5:19)
    • The internet and being social (5:46)
    • Tech company CEOs (6:18)
    • Overflowing prisons in Eurabia (5:45)
    • Screening movies in Eurabia (6:08)
    • The occult or the scientific (6:32)
  • Section 4: Question 31 to 40
    • UN peacekeepers (5:58)
    • Capital controls and currency black markets (6:51)
    • The retailer's old guard (6:16)
    • Cross functional rotation (5:29)
    • Parliamentary committee interrogation (6:03)
    • Windriver and Bitsy (7:09)
    • CPAs and computer skills (7:54)
    • The one-handed backhand back in vogue (6:02)
    • Private golf courses and water consumption (6:37)
    • Time flies faster when you're older (5:01)
  • Section 5: Question 41 to 50
    • Supporting gambling interests in Montevito (6:08)
    • Short positions and distress sales (7:14)
    • Amnesty for foreign assets (7:08)
    • Positive memories and negative information (4:44)
    • Domestic violence due to alcohol (6:17)
    • Slipcart and its data center (7:20)
    • Froogle search rankings (5:45)
    • Lower inflation in Circadia (5:51)
    • Reduced tax rates to fix the budget deficit (6:53)
    • Free bicycles for kids in Bulsa (5:54)
    • The sleep-wake cycle and the thermostat (6:29)
  • Section 6: Question 51 to 60
    • Bangalore restaurants (5:34)
    • Average height Carmel and Montevito (5:29)
    • Athlete or executive (6:32)
    • CPAs should be computer science or math majors (6:42)
    • Deteriorating economy in Pomar (6:16)
    • Depression makes one rational (6:47)
    • Genetically modified cows (6:49)
    • Flat hierarchies in tech firms (7:52)
    • Gaining weight when dieting (5:21)
    • Food aid in Perulia (5:55)
  • Section 7: Question 61 to 70
    • Demographics of Merlin County (6:44)
    • Gang initiation rites (6:08)
    • Food allowance for armed forces (5:55)
    • Cereal for breakfast (4:55)
    • GPAs at Arcady Business School (7:20)
    • Acquirer's stock performance (7:01)
    • John Kuri for president (5:57)
    • Identical aircraft designs (6:03)
    • Eurabia in the Olympics (5:41)
    • Geepers weekly or monthly? (7:34)
  • Section 8: Question 71 to 80
    • High GDP growth and financial markets (5:40)
    • Containing the Vika virus (6:13)
    • Hellfire operating system (6:36)
    • The Stroop test (6:05)
    • Estimating radioactive elements (6:53)
    • Honey and high-fructose corn syrup (6:11)
    • Hand-operated looms (6:36)
    • Health insurance in Montevito (6:40)
    • Inventory-led vs marketplaces (6:00)
    • Memory is unreliable (5:47)
  • Section 9: Question 81 to 90
    • Liberalisation in India (6:04)
    • High birth weight and obesity (6:57)
    • Pre-tax and post-tax profit (5:52)
    • Single-minded concentration for corporate executives (6:08)
    • Payday lending (7:26)
    • Lithium traces in the nation's water supply (7:00)
    • Investigating tax fraud (4:55)
    • Leaking secrets on online chat (7:32)
    • The flash crash (6:07)
    • The unsuccessful retraining program (5:44)
  • Section 10: Question 91 to 100
    • Popular Christmas carols (5:50)
    • Monthly spike sales (5:45)
    • Currency trading forecasters (5:58)
    • Liquidity risk (6:28)
    • Political Polariztion (6:42)
    • Multi-tasking results in slower processing (6:33)
    • Summer school (5:58)
    • Alzheimer's and amyloid deposits (6:10)
    • Physically attractive individuals (6:20)
    • Personal Care Accounts for parents (6:12)
  • Section 11: Question 101 to 110
    • To pollute or not to pollute (5:56)
    • Insider trading using phone and email (6:39)
    • Best friends during adolescence (5:10)
    • Nuclear power and the media (6:20)
    • Chronic sleep loss is culturally acceptable (6:05)
    • Learning new things for survival (7:11)
    • Anti-poaching technology (5:25)
    • Foreign students and dollar denominated assets (5:47)
    • Per-capita emissions (6:13)
    • Fuzzy and hard boundaries (5:41)
  • Section 12: Question 111 to 120
    • College festivals for musicians (6:34)
    • The one-handed backhand is a relic (5:57)
    • Hollister and mobile phones (5:46)
    • Tire-trap (5:03)
    • Russian submarine maintenance (6:41)
    • Categorizing as cognitive economy (5:11)
    • Bloomberg terminals for employees (6:38)
    • Textile manufacturerers in Woodwild (6:24)
    • Violence in Alfredia (6:22)
    • Gibsonian affordances (5:38)
  • Section 13: Question 121 to 130
    • Revival of Synrysia's cities (6:05)
    • Why do pop musicians die young? (5:17)
    • Kramarians and luxury goods (6:25)
    • Tinkerism (5:56)
    • London taxi drivers (6:10)
    • Smaller soda servings (6:02)
    • Radioactive black velvet (6:38)
    • 3D printing technology (7:08)
    • Why are spike sales not good for retailers? (6:26)
    • Rebellions in feudal times (6:08)
  • Section 14: Question 131 to 140
    • Black, White and Red colors (6:22)
    • Lithium in water supply (6:08)
    • No test no homework experiment (6:20)
    • Stagnant income rising expenses (7:36)
    • Road accidents in Ersulia (5:33)
    • Moe's trading strategy (6:29)
    • Sericulture (6:29)
    • Why are children fussy eaters? (5:28)
    • Sediment on the ocean floor (6:08)
    • Switch hitters and southpaws (9:19)
  • Section 15: Question 141 to 150
    • Trading options and hedging using stock (7:35)
    • Truth and People party (5:34)
    • Interest rates and currency (6:50)
    • Lumbar sprains (6:14)
    • Kuzushi's burger chain (6:08)
    • Low tannin tea (7:16)
    • Linksoft and Mojo (6:58)
    • Memory retrieval deteriorates causing memory loss (5:37)
    • Subsidized kerosene (5:37)
    • Spurious DNA matches (6:56)

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GMAT Verbal - Sentence Correction Prep

Learn the GMAT Verbal Test Secrets to Ace the Sentence Correction Portion

By LoonyCorn | in Online Courses

The Sentence Correction portion of the GMAT is the easiest to "game" as long as you know the test mechanics. The English language is a funky one, and the GMAT tries to trip you up with uncommon rules and grammatical tricks. But after spending time with these 225 questions and explanations, you'll be ready to master the game and dominate the Sentence Correction portion!

  • Access 275 lectures & 15 hours of content 24/7
  • Study w/ 225 high-quality sentence correction problems
  • Get simple explanations for questions w/o any dense grammatical jargon
  • Receive visual highlights so that you really understand why answers are right or wrong
  • Get feedback from instructors any time
Loonycorn is comprised of four individuals—Janani Ravi, Vitthal Srinivasan, Swetha Kolalapudi and Navdeep Singh—who have honed their tech expertises at Google and Flipkart. The team believes it has distilled the instruction of complicated tech concepts into funny, practical, engaging courses, and is excited to be sharing its content with eager students. Together, their GMAT scores average over 760, and they hold MBAs from INSEAD, ISB, and IIM-Ahmedabad in India.

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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Course Outline

  • Sentence Correction is an Opportunity - Embrace It!
    • The Rules of the Game
  • Plunge In! Quiz 1 and its answers explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Cookbooks: European Or Asian?
    • Resource Curse
    • Square-Lipped Rhinos
    • Who Called The Emergency
    • Tuna Tragedy
  • Cruise Control: Quiz 2 and its answers explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Central Banks And Currency Speculators
    • You Say Schadenfreude
    • Apicius The Gourmet
    • Weight Watchers Ahoy
    • The Mysterious Mr Thales
  • Quiz 3 and its answers explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • The Decline and Fall of the Mughal Empire
    • Risk Management
    • Jamaican Bat Guano
    • Rostkov's Regret
    • Something For A Rainy Day
  • Quiz 4 and its answers explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Mattress Salesman's Wrath
    • Fear The Food Inspector
    • Wartime Cadiz
    • Everybody Loves Rollo
    • Big Trouble For Big Banks
  • Quiz 5 and its answers explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • The New-Old Federal Budget
    • Tungsten Deposits
    • The Adventures of Genji
    • China's Economic Juggernaut
    • Animal Anthropomorphism
  • Quiz 6 and its answers explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • The Battle of Trafalgar
    • Bears And Wolves
    • Amazon Biodiversity
    • Sneaky Sir White-Cowles
    • Capital Allocation Decisions
  • Quiz 7 and its answers explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • The Eye of the Tiger
    • Japanese Industrials
    • The London Plague
    • Swift Tuttle and a Narrow Escape
    • Groundhog Day!
  • Quiz 8 and its answers explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Inflation and Interest Rates
    • World War II and the Great Depression
    • Feting FDR
    • Sovereign Wealth Fun
    • China Rising
  • Quiz Nine and its answers explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Beautiful Botswana
    • Demographic Dividends
    • Dr Lynn Medicine Woman
    • Swap Spreads Rising
    • Rhino's Revenge
  • Quiz 10 and its answers explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Asian Financial Crisis - Lessons Learnt
    • Impulse Buying - All in the Mind
    • Populists Trump Professors
    • Dial SEC for Trouble
    • Kirkland Real Estate
  • Quiz 11 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Big Cars, Big Problems (3:41)
    • The Chairman's Yacht (3:34)
    • Currency Wars (4:13)
    • Party Progressive (4:02)
    • Pumping Iron (4:16)
    • Dread the Dreadnought (4:37)
    • Stimulating Inflation (5:01)
    • Gray Wolf Ahoy (4:39)
    • Integrated Circuits (4:22)
    • Smooth Spider Silk (4:13)
  • Quiz 12 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Taxing Times (5:03)
    • Spinmaster Johnston (2:24)
    • Ravens not Craven (4:50)
    • China's Wealth (3:29)
    • Cause or Effect? (4:23)
    • Subsidy Targeting (4:58)
    • Going Gorillas (3:41)
    • Friendly Mr Moneybags (3:35)
    • Fiscal Stimulus (3:51)
    • Don't mess with the Hedgehog (3:51)
  • Quiz 13 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz answers
    • Go India (4:57)
    • Borrower's willingness (4:07)
    • Jurassic Park (4:05)
    • Brown Bear or Polar Bear (4:43)
    • Gas Guzzler (4:08)
    • Acid Rain (3:34)
    • Too Late for Haast's Eagle (3:39)
    • South African Grit (3:02)
    • Car Maker Loss Raker (3:41)
    • Bond Spreads (5:14)
  • Quiz 14 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Coral Reefs (4:07)
    • Rainwater or Fertilizer? (4:30)
    • Sumatran Rhinos (6:15)
    • Cool Cool Canada (3:24)
    • Perils of Overfishing (3:31)
    • Save the Swordfish (5:31)
    • Cage of Water (4:33)
    • We miss you FDR! (3:58)
    • Red Tide Rising (3:30)
    • Salmon Anemia (5:20)
  • Quiz 15 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Carbon Caps (4:30)
    • Remembering Helen Suzman (6:21)
    • Money Talks (3:26)
    • Green Revolution (7:14)
    • We are the Committee (5:35)
    • Rhino - Square that lip! (3:37)
    • Parks & Recreation (4:01)
    • New Caledonian Crows (3:50)
    • Guderian's Got Moves (4:33)
    • Panda's Digestion (4:03)
  • Quiz 16 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Courting Chrysalis (4:15)
    • Trouble in Abkhazia (4:31)
    • Fiscal or Monetary? (4:00)
    • Burger Shack (3:13)
    • Tax or Spend? (4:53)
    • Smooth Mr Horner (2:09)
    • Spikey Oil (3:28)
    • Stealing Steel (4:13)
    • Synthetic Rubber (4:06)
    • Fishing Wars (5:37)
  • Quiz 17 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Bird Hits (3:15)
    • Hardy Camels (3:06)
    • Camel Milk (4:32)
    • Camel's Blood Corpuscles (3:16)
    • Brazil's Ethanol (2:16)
    • Elephants Got Speed (2:59)
    • Lurking Leopards (3:41)
    • Loving Leverage (2:26)
    • Elephants Gestation (2:37)
    • Brood Parasitism (4:04)
  • Quiz 18 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Baya Weaver Birds (5:41)
    • Rear Engine (4:54)
    • Leading the Allies (5:57)
    • Capital City (3:33)
    • Jungle Temple (4:59)
    • Tigers or Leopards (4:13)
    • Schloss Bellevue (3:20)
    • Roy Emerson (3:48)
    • Botswana Booms (4:32)
    • India and China (5:08)
  • Quiz 19 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Chrysalis Claims (3:38)
    • Deft Touch (3:36)
    • Maltese Filigree (4:12)
    • Moratorium or Bust (2:47)
    • Bald Eagle (3:08)
    • Silicon Shakeout (3:24)
    • Babur and Alhambra (2:02)
    • Construction Worries (3:02)
    • Kung-fu Panda (3:01)
    • Commodity Hedging (4:25)
  • Quiz 20 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Cheetah's Chase (4:23)
    • Asiatic Lions (4:07)
    • Donkey's Dilemma (4:03)
    • Barbarians at the gate (3:16)
    • Fabian Socialist Webb (4:18)
    • Duck Stamps (4:19)
    • Motorbikes in China (3:45)
    • South Korea's miracle (4:01)
    • Market Watchdog (4:15)
    • Port Valves (4:06)
  • Quiz 21 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Park Pets (3:56)
    • Central Bank Conclave (4:26)
    • The Gray Wolf Returns (3:26)
    • Peso Crisis (4:15)
    • Peppa Pig (3:29)
    • Going Platinum (4:05)
    • Tariff Trouble (3:18)
    • Avian Flu Fears (3:30)
    • Malaria Menace (3:30)
    • Congolese ceasefire (4:37)
  • Quiz 22 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Counting Mosquitoes (4:22)
    • Coupon Creditors (4:13)
    • Black Bears of Terai (3:04)
    • Mayor Mansell (4:44)
    • Pandas love bamboo (2:42)
    • Gerard Depardieu (5:22)
    • Fuel Subsidies (5:28)
    • Disclosure Norms for Public Companies (4:37)
    • Big Birds, Small Wings (4:44)
    • Mr McClusky (1:32)
    • Take the Quiz!
  • Quiz 23 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Boatloads of Bamboo (3:18)
    • Aesthetic Epiphytes (4:15)
    • Commodity Crash (5:11)
    • Cape Buffalo (5:04)
    • VHS and Betamax (4:27)
    • Athens and Sparta (4:31)
    • Nepal's Carpet Industry (4:19)
    • Airline Managers (4:37)
    • National Champions (5:14)
    • Cenogene's troubles (5:54)
  • Quiz 24 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Green Shoots (4:42)
    • Tiger Tiger Burning Bright (4:45)
    • Germany or France? (3:13)
    • Spectrum Sales (4:25)
    • Rueful Regulators (5:52)
    • Capital Flight (3:58)
    • Smoking the peace pipe (5:12)
    • Campers Beware (4:25)
    • Kroc Calls It (2:34)
    • Resource Curse (4:51)
  • Quiz 25 And Its Answers Explained
    • Take the Quiz!
    • Quiz Answers
    • Inflation Fears (5:30)
    • Hungry Lions (4:08)
    • Spotted Hyaenas (5:03)
    • Property Pop (6:12)
    • Asian Forests (4:55)
    • Growth Blues (5:27)
    • Alaska and Siberia (5:30)
    • Black Bear Brown Bear (3:53)
    • Capital Surge (3:52)
    • Fobbing off foreclosure (5:23)
  • Quiz 26 And Its Answers Explained
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    • Quiz Answer
    • The Amazing Amazon (2:56)
    • Asian Car Manufacturers (2:53)
    • Still Waters Run Deep (3:56)
    • Placid Rhinos: Black or White? (3:57)
    • Serious Smart Alec (2:52)
    • Laconic Dr Laconter (3:30)
    • Monotreme Electrolocation (3:48)
    • Montane Savannas (2:30)
    • Indian Cobras (3:57)
    • Part-Time Degrees (3:32)
  • Quiz 27 And Its Answers Explained
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    • Quiz Answers
    • Cross River Gorillas (5:11)
    • The Beautiful Game (3:40)
    • German Shepherds (4:20)
    • Opportunistic omnivores (4:27)
    • Croatia's Soccer Team (5:12)
    • Toxic Stagflation (4:06)
    • Party Games (3:36)
    • The Cuckoo's Chicks (2:44)
    • India's Middle Class (3:55)
    • The Few Remaining Rhinos (4:38)
  • Quiz 28 And Its Answers Explained
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    • Quiz Answers
    • Canny Chimps (5:07)

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GMAT Math - Data Sufficiency Prep

Use 50 Original, High-Quality Questions to Prepare for the Data Sufficiency Portion of the GMAT Math Exam

By LoonyCorn | in Online Courses

Data Sufficiency questions on the GMAT Math exam consist of a question followed by two statements. Your job is to decide whether the two statements give enough information are sufficient to answer the question. If this sounds tricky--that's because it is. This course will teach you the traps to avoid while answering these questions, and provide you with plenty of practice to prepare for the Data Sufficiency portion.

  • Access 51 lectures & 6 hours of content 24/7
  • Study w/ 50 high-quality data sufficiency problems
  • Learn how to avoid time-consuming & costly question traps
  • Get simple, step-by-step reasoning so you can learn to think like test-setters
  • Receive visual highlights so that you really understand why answers are right or wrong
  • Get feedback from instructors any time
Loonycorn is comprised of four individuals—Janani Ravi, Vitthal Srinivasan, Swetha Kolalapudi and Navdeep Singh—who have honed their tech expertises at Google and Flipkart. The team believes it has distilled the instruction of complicated tech concepts into funny, practical, engaging courses, and is excited to be sharing its content with eager students. Together, their GMAT scores average over 760, and they hold MBAs from INSEAD, ISB, and IIM-Ahmedabad in India.

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • You, This Course and Us
    • You, This Course and Us (1:32)
  • Section I - 1 to 5
    • x has a connection with z (4:48)
    • Would the line pass through? (5:01)
    • The box of profit (4:13)
    • A class doesn't know the number of students (7:27)
    • Let's see if n as a combination is an integer as well (5:28)
  • Section II - 6 to 10
    • Making x, y and z valuable (5:09)
    • 4 friends have trouble with money (4:24)
    • What's the angle to a triangle? (7:47)
    • Blue pens, red pens and a box full of pens (6:29)
    • The postiveness in x (7:05)
  • Section III - 11 to 15
    • Symmetrical connections between A, B and C (6:02)
    • A squared out value for differences of x and y (10:34)
    • Sam and Pam are off to the races (6:27)
    • Slope to slip out y-intercept (10:19)
    • 2 integers and their modular value (7:21)
  • Section IV - 16 to 20
    • Triangle enclosed in a semi-circle (7:00)
    • A sequence a multiplies itself (5:40)
    • Three numbers united are greater than a single one.. always? (8:52)
    • The modulus twist in finding the greater value (12:22)
    • A mean set of postive n (6:05)
  • Section V - 21 to 25
    • The triangular affair of ABC with PQR (11:55)
    • ABC and PQR connect, yet again (7:19)
    • A quadrilateral confusion (7:26)
    • Quadrant of a point from modular equations (8:36)
    • End of season sale : Discounts available (6:09)
  • Section VI - 26 to 30
    • How many solutions are there to a problem? (9:27)
    • Equal remainder from division of two numbers (6:42)
    • A tank sized capacity (6:33)
    • Rectangles try to check if they measure same (6:28)
    • Squaring off the square differences (6:58)
  • Section VII - 31 to 35
    • Huge equation of Z is figuring out its value (5:43)
    • Z is pretty valuable, not zero (7:16)
    • Test of evens (3:54)
    • Mary goes the distance (4:47)
    • Connection of price and units (5:26)
  • Section VIII - 36 to 40
    • Making sense of inequalities of z (4:15)
    • x is lost in an equation (6:34)
    • x and y are finding their quadrant (8:43)
    • Defining the relationship of X and Y (6:58)
    • Terminating the decimal in X (7:09)
  • Section IX - 41 to 45
    • More power to a (6:27)
    • The story of a time when n was divided (9:39)
    • John goes back and forth (7:07)
    • Confusion in the fission of a reaction (12:13)
    • The percentage story of x,y and z (6:06)
  • Section X - 46 to 50
    • A triangular affair (8:16)
    • All that matters is the remainder (6:19)
    • United we stand (6:08)
    • Log in to know log of x (4:16)
    • Ageing problem of two friends (4:40)

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GMAT Verbal - Reading Comprehension Prep

Get In-Depth Training for the Reading Comprehension Portion of the GMAT Verbal Exam with This Massive Course

By LoonyCorn | in Online Courses

If you ever took the SAT or ACT, the Reading Comprehension portion of the GMAT Verbal may look familiar. However, as it's a graduate school exam, the questions are a bit more difficult and better designed to trip you up. Over this massive prep course, you'll get a better grasp of the Reading Comprehension portion of the GMAT, and learn all the test-taking tricks you need to ace it.

  • Access 178 lectures & 10 hours of content 24/7
  • Study w/ 150 high-quality reading comprehension problems
  • Learn how to better interpret the meaning in passages on topics like science, history, to literary criticism & more
  • Get 10 hours of simple, step-by-step reasoning so you can learn to think like test-setters
  • Receive visual highlights so that you really understand why answers are right or wrong
  • Get feedback from instructors any time
Loonycorn is comprised of four individuals—Janani Ravi, Vitthal Srinivasan, Swetha Kolalapudi and Navdeep Singh—who have honed their tech expertises at Google and Flipkart. The team believes it has distilled the instruction of complicated tech concepts into funny, practical, engaging courses, and is excited to be sharing its content with eager students. Together, their GMAT scores average over 760, and they hold MBAs from INSEAD, ISB, and IIM-Ahmedabad in India.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • You, This Course, and Us
    • You, This Course and Us (2:03)
  • Modeling solar activity
    • Modeling solar activity - Passage (5:05)
    • Modeling solar activity - Question 1 (6:13)
    • Modeling solar activity - Question 2 (2:32)
    • Modeling solar activity - Question 3 (4:22)
    • Modeling solar activity - Question 4 (3:26)
    • Modeling solar activity - Question 5 (4:42)
    • Modeling solar activity - Question 6 (3:55)
    • Modeling solar activity - Question 7 (1:41)
  • The perfect language?
    • The perfect language? - Passage (1:44)
    • The perfect language? - Question 1 (5:18)
    • The perfect language? - Question 2 (4:10)
    • The perfect language? - Question 3 (3:48)
    • The perfect language? - Question 4 (3:57)
  • Mechanization and women's work
    • Mechanization and women"s work - Passage (3:06)
    • Mechanization and women's work - Question 1 (5:24)
    • Mechanization and women"s work - Question 2 (1:38)
    • Mechanization and women's work - Question 3 (1:37)
    • Mechanization and women's work - Question 4 (6:09)
    • Mechanization and women's work - Question 5 (4:11)
    • Mechanization and women's work - Question 6 (5:05)
    • Mechanization and women's work - Question 7 (4:28)
  • Watching people eat - why is this a taboo?
    • Watching people eat - why is this a taboo? - Passage (2:15)
    • Watching people eat - why is this a taboo? - Question 1 (4:22)
    • Watching people eat - why is this a taboo? - Question 2 (2:32)
    • Watching people eat - why is this a taboo? - Question 3 (2:19)
    • Watching people eat - why is this a taboo? - Question 4 (3:18)
  • Deep sea fauna and warm water vents
    • Deep sea fauna and warm water vents - Passage (4:20)
    • Deep sea fauna and warm water vents - Question 1 (4:20)
    • Deep sea fauna and warm water vents - Question 2 (4:18)
    • Deep sea fauna and warm water vents - Question 3 (3:48)
    • Deep sea fauna and warm water vents - Question 4 (3:53)
    • Deep sea fauna and warm water vents - Question 5 (3:25)
    • Deep sea fauna and warm water vents - Question 6 (3:37)
    • Deep sea fauna and warm water vents - Question 7 (3:16)
  • Pillow lava
    • Pillow lava - Passage (2:42)
    • Pillow lava - Question 1 (5:21)
    • Pillow lava - Question 2 (4:21)
    • Pillow lava - Question 3 (3:43)
    • Pillow lava - Question 4 (4:09)
  • Louise Nevelson and her sculpture
    • Louise Nevelson and her sculpture - Passage (3:15)
    • Louise Nevelson and her sculpture - Question 1 (4:08)
    • Louise Nevelson and her sculpture - Question 2 (5:28)
    • Louise Nevelson and her sculpture - Question 3 (3:12)
    • Louise Nevelson and her sculpture - Question 4 (3:01)
    • Louise Nevelson and her sculpture - Question 5 (3:31)
    • Louise Nevelson and her sculpture - Question 6 (3:19)
    • Louise Nevelson and her sculpture - Question 7 (3:55)
  • The Odyssey and the Illiad
    • The Odyssey and the Illiad - Passage (2:13)
    • The Odyssey and the Illiad - Question 1 (4:09)
    • The Odyssey and the Illiad - Question 2 (3:49)
    • The Odyssey and the Illiad - Question 3 (3:10)
    • The Odyssey and the Illiad - Question 4 (4:11)
  • The asymmetric starry flounder
    • The asymmetric starry flounder - Passage (4:51)
    • The asymmetric starry flounder - Question 1 (4:02)
    • The asymmetric starry flounder - Question 2 (4:24)
    • The asymmetric starry flounder - Question 3 (1:24)
    • The asymmetric starry flounder - Question 4 (4:25)
    • The asymmetric starry flounder - Question 5 (5:28)
    • The asymmetric starry flounder - Question 6 (4:27)
    • The asymmetric starry flounder - Question 7 (3:34)
  • Supernovas and the spiral galaxy
    • Supernovas and the spiral galaxy - Passage (2:16)
    • Supernovas and the spiral galaxy - Question 1 (4:43)
    • Supernovas and the spiral galaxy - Question 2 (3:50)
    • Supernovas and the spiral galaxy - Question 3 (4:20)
    • Supernovas and the spiral galaxy - Question 4 (2:02)
  • Garrison government
    • Garrison government - Passage (3:55)
    • Garrison government - Question 1 (5:49)
    • Garrison government - Question 2 (5:29)
    • Garrison government - Question 3 (4:58)
    • Garrison government - Question 4 (3:45)
    • Garrison government - Question 5 (4:50)
    • Garrison government - Question 6 (3:40)
    • Garrison government - Question 7 (3:01)
  • Long-distance dispersal of seeds
    • Long-distance dispersal of seeds - Passage (2:45)
    • Long-distance dispersal of seeds - Question 1 (2:56)
    • Long-distance dispersal of seeds - Question 2 (4:02)
    • Long-distance dispersal of seeds - Question 3 (5:13)
    • Long-distance dispersal of seeds - Question 4 (4:05)
  • Interpreting Wuthering Heights
    • Interpreting Wuthering Heights - Passage (2:23)
    • Interpreting Wuthering Heights - Question 1 (3:57)
    • Interpreting Wuthering Heights - Question 2 (3:08)
    • Interpreting Wuthering Heights - Question 3 (5:01)
    • Interpreting Wuthering Heights - Question 4 (3:46)
  • Sources of copper in artifacts of the bronze age
    • Sources of copper in artifacts of the bronze age - Passage (4:36)
    • Sources of copper in artifacts of the bronze age - Question 1 (4:35)
    • Sources of copper in artifacts of the bronze age - Question 2 (3:27)
    • Sources of copper in artifacts of the bronze age - Question 3 (3:09)
    • Sources of copper in artifacts of the bronze age - Question 4 (2:24)
    • Sources of copper in artifacts of the bronze age - Question 5 (3:57)
    • Sources of copper in artifacts of the bronze age - Question 6 (4:59)
    • Sources of copper in artifacts of the bronze age - Question 7 (4:25)
  • Synthesizing living organisms
    • Synthesizing living organisms - Passage (2:28)
    • Synthesizing living organisms - Question 1 (5:25)
    • Synthesizing living organisms - Question 2 (4:26)
    • Synthesizing living organisms - Question 3 (4:30)
    • Synthesizing living organisms - Question 4 (2:38)
  • Class conflict during the American Revolutionary War
    • Class conflict during the American Revolutionary War - Passage (4:59)
    • Class conflict during the American Revolutionary War - Question 1 (4:06)
    • Class conflict during the American Revolutionary War - Question 2 (4:45)
    • Class conflict during the American Revolutionary War - Question 3 (4:13)
    • Class conflict during the American Revolutionary War - Question 4 (4:08)
    • Class conflict during the American Revolutionary War - Question 5 (4:56)
    • Class conflict during the American Revolutionary War - Question 6 (1:34)
    • Class conflict during the American Revolutionary War - Question 7 (4:05)
  • Conflicting themes in Raisin In The Sun
    • Conflicting themes in Raisin In The Sun - Passage (3:17)
    • Conflicting themes in Raisin In The Sun - Question 1 (4:19)
    • Conflicting themes in Raisin In The Sun - Question 2 (4:27)
    • Conflicting themes in Raisin In The Sun - Question 3 (5:30)
    • Conflicting themes in Raisin In The Sun - Question 4 (2:13)
  • Massive stars and singularities
    • Massive stars and singularities - Passage (1:49)
    • Massive stars and singularities - Question 1 (3:40)
    • Massive stars and singularities - Question 2 (3:36)
    • Massive stars and singularities - Question 3 (4:24)
  • Density dependent, density independent population growth
    • Density dependent , density independent population growth - Passage (5:14)
    • Density dependent , density independent population growth - Question 1 (4:31)
    • Density dependent , density independent population growth - Question 2 (5:29)
    • Density dependent , density independent population growth - Question 3 (3:19)
    • Density dependent , density independent population growth - Question 4 (4:51)
    • Density dependent , density independent population growth - Question 5 (2:48)
    • Density dependent , density independent population growth - Question 6 (4:27)
    • Density dependent , density independent population growth - Question 7 (3:33)
  • Slavery and the American War of Independence
    • Slavery and the American War of Independence - Passage (2:26)
    • Slavery and the American War of Independence - Question 1 (4:18)
    • Slavery and the American War of Independence - Question 2 (4:26)
    • Slavery and the American War of Independence - Question 3 (2:55)
    • Slavery and the American War of Independence - Question 4 (4:17)
  • The one-to-one sex ratio
    • The one-to-one sex ratio - Passage (5:48)
    • The one-to-one sex ratio - Question 1 (6:20)
    • The one-to-one sex ratio - Question 2 (5:13)
    • The one-to-one sex ratio - Question 3 (4:13)
    • The one-to-one sex ratio - Question 4 (1:22)
    • The one-to-one sex ratio - Question 5 (1:23)
    • The one-to-one sex ratio - Question 6 (5:14)
    • The one-to-one sex ratio - Question 7 (4:19)
  • Turbulence and water to wind transfer
    • Turbulence and water to wind transfer - Passage (2:09)
    • Turbulence and water to wind transfer - Question 1 (3:03)
    • Turbulence and water to wind transfer - Question 2 (3:14)
    • Turbulence and water to wind transfer - Question 3 (1:17)
    • Turbulence and water to wind transfer - Question 4 (4:48)
  • Thomas Hardy and his impulses
    • Thomas Hardy and his impulses - Passage (3:32)
    • Thomas Hardy and his impulses - Question 1 (6:06)
    • Thomas Hardy and his impulses - Question 2 (4:51)
    • Thomas Hardy and his impulses - Question 3 (3:15)
    • Thomas Hardy and his impulses - Question 4 (2:11)
    • Thomas Hardy and his impulses - Question 5 (3:55)
    • Thomas Hardy and his impulses - Question 6 (3:44)
    • Thomas Hardy and his impulses - Question 7 (3:15)
  • Why do we get fever?
    • Why do we get fever? - Passage (2:26)
    • Why do we get fever? - Question 1 (4:37)
    • Why do we get fever? - Question 2 (3:52)
    • Why do we get fever? - Question 3 (5:43)
    • Why do we get fever? - Question 4 (5:46)
  • Griffith and the modern film
    • Griffith and the modern film - Passage (2:22)
    • Griffith and the modern film - Question 1 (4:24)
    • Griffith and the modern film - Question 2 (3:22)
    • Griffith and the modern film - Question 3 (1:45)
    • Griffith and the modern film - Question 4 (4:08)
    • Griffith and the modern film - Question 5 (4:34)
    • Griffith and the modern film - Question 6 (4:12)
    • Griffith and the modern film - Question 7 (1:48)
  • Organ transplant
    • Organ transplant - Passage (2:01)
    • Organ transplant - Question 1 (4:38)
    • Organ transplant - Question 2 (3:31)
    • Organ transplant - Question 3 (4:40)
    • Organ transplant - Question 4 (6:12)
  • Shergottites - a special type of meteorite
    • Shergottites - a special type of meteorite - Passage (4:03)
    • Shergottites - a special type of meteorite - Question 1 (3:39)
    • Shergottites - a special type of meteorite - Question 2 (4:57)
    • Shergottites - a special type of meteorite - Question 3 (2:24)
    • Shergottites - a special type of meteorite - Question 4 (3:34)
    • Shergottites - a special type of meteorite - Question 5 (3:54)
    • Shergottites - a special type of meteorite - Question 6 (4:00)
    • Shergottites - a special type of meteorite - Question 7 (1:50)
  • Women in the armed forces
    • Women in the armed forces - Passage (1:51)
    • Women in the armed forces - Question 1 (4:57)
    • Women in the armed forces - Question 2 (5:10)
    • Women in the armed forces - Question 3 (4:46)
    • Women in the armed forces - Question 4 (4:36)

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GMAT Math - Problem Solving Prep

Gain Efficient Methods for Acing the Problem Solving Portion of the GMAT Math Exam

By LoonyCorn | in Online Courses

The Problem Solving portion of the GMAT Math exam is the most straightforward and, therefore, typically the easiest for most GMAT test takers. Still, being able to get through these problems fast and effectively is essential to a high score. This course will help you develop an efficient approach to this section of the exam and give you so much practice, you'll be acing it in your sleep.

  • Access 66 lectures & 5 hours of content 24/7
  • Study w/ 65 high-quality reading comprehension problems
  • Learn to avoid missing easy questions & suffering from the GMAT's weighted scoring
  • Develop a methodical approach to answering questions on the Problem Solving portion
  • Discover mathematical shortcuts to march through questions quickly & accurately
  • Get 5 hours of simple, step-by-step reasoning so you can learn to think like test-setters
  • Receive visual highlights so that you really understand why answers are right or wrong
  • Get feedback from instructors any time
Loonycorn is comprised of four individuals—Janani Ravi, Vitthal Srinivasan, Swetha Kolalapudi and Navdeep Singh—who have honed their tech expertises at Google and Flipkart. The team believes it has distilled the instruction of complicated tech concepts into funny, practical, engaging courses, and is excited to be sharing its content with eager students. Together, their GMAT scores average over 760, and they hold MBAs from INSEAD, ISB, and IIM-Ahmedabad in India.

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • You, This Course and Us
    • You, This Course and Us (1:33)
  • Section I- 1 to 5
    • Three friends and their savings (5:52)
    • Problem of divisibility (4:52)
    • Two cars meet on the track (7:30)
    • Choosing four fruits (8:46)
    • The acceleration of a car (3:56)
  • Section II - 6 to 10
    • A classic student problem (7:32)
    • Playing children create a problem (5:51)
    • Pieces of pipe lay still for our counting (4:42)
    • The relationship of a,b, c - Problem? (5:20)
    • Rectangle gives us the area of a square (4:14)
  • Section III - 11 to 15
    • The probablities of success (4:22)
    • The problem of a picture (5:07)
    • Figuring out the angles in a figure (6:18)
    • Bags and shoes sit in a box (5:12)
    • A shop, its customers and their choice of offers (4:10)
  • Section IV - 16 to 20
    • A and B get down to business (4:48)
    • The journey of 4 people in 4 seats (4:53)
    • The strange population of a town (6:34)
    • Power struggle with A and B (4:36)
    • Ways to unite a, b and c (5:00)
  • Section V - 21 to 25
    • The problem of increasing production (5:31)
    • Students may come and students may go, the weight goes on forever (5:26)
    • A horse and a car compete for speed (4:42)
    • Crossing tracks of two trains (5:02)
    • Mixture in a tank (4:31)
  • Section VI - 26 to 30
    • Fruits in a crate (5:38)
    • A small value of X (4:33)
    • Choosing between engineers and managers (4:52)
    • Trading boxes (3:45)
    • Two machines compete (4:39)
  • Section VII - 31 to 35
    • A huge discount is up for grabs (4:44)
    • Assigning value to an expression (3:09)
    • A triangle inside a square (4:26)
    • Ageing is an age old problem (5:01)
    • X wants to know its value (4:04)
  • Section VIII - 36 to 40
    • x,y,z are equal a,b,c or not (4:03)
    • Interchanging digits (3:59)
    • Yet another divisibility problem (6:43)
    • Lights on a football field (4:47)
    • Once there were two leasing agencies... (4:35)
  • Section IX - 41 to 45
    • Triangles in a plane (8:50)
    • The positive values of X (4:16)
    • Y has a problem- let's help (3:46)
    • The lazy worker wants more wages (4:18)
    • Each fruit is worth a point (4:05)
  • Section X - 46 to 50
    • X and Y lost in the decimal points (4:31)
    • Sam and Tam need to know their finances (4:15)
    • Multiply or subtract? (4:09)
    • Population growth needs to be in check (4:52)
    • Whats cooking in the middle of X and Y (3:54)
  • Section XI - 51 to 55
    • The greatest value of a factorial fraction (6:50)
    • Percentage increases in the value of a number (4:27)
    • X wants to be known in terms of Y (3:59)
    • Two sets even their odds (5:30)
    • What makes the statement true (5:05)
  • Section XII - 56 to 60
    • The line passes through (4:59)
    • Find Y, but there are conditions involved (3:25)
    • How long can an integer be? (8:59)
    • Dividing a square is not easy (7:34)
    • A window and its trims need help (6:51)
  • Section XII - 61 to 65
    • Comparing salaries is a problem (4:28)
    • Summing a sequence (4:28)
    • The connection between X and Y (4:55)
    • The greater of three primes (3:40)
    • The radius meets the tangents (4:59)

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An Entire MBA in 1 Course

Everything You Need to Know About Business From Start-up to IPO, Straight From the VC's Mouth

By Business Career Coaching | in Online Courses

Want to go to business school but don't have the time or money to invest in a degree just yet? This immersive course, taught by an experienced former Goldman Sachs employee and venture capitalist, will dive into everything you need to know about business: from starting out, to going public. Based on real life experience, this course minimizes theory and uses concrete examples to give you all the business acumen you need to rise up the career ladder.

  • Access 63 lectures & 7.5 hours of content
  • Learn how to launch a company from scratch, network for customers, & raise money quickly
  • Create financial models & analyze company financials
  • Understand how investment banking firms work & how they can help your business
  • Differentiate between macro & micro economics
  • Discover the value of management consulting firms & venture capital firms
  • Develop better presentations for investors & customers
  • Analyze entire markets & companies from a qualitative & quantitative perspective
  • Learn the essential ins & outs of taxes
Chris Haroun is an award winning business school professor, venture capitalist, MBA graduate from Columbia University and former Goldman Sachs employee. He has raised/managed over $1bn in his career. He also has work experience at hedge fund giant Citadel, consulting firm Accenture, and several firms that he has started, including an investment firm that had a venture capital / private investment in Facebook several years before the Facebook IPO. He is currently a venture partner at a prominent San Francisco Bay Area technology venture capital firm and writes several articles per week in Inc. magazine

Chris is the author of "101 Crucial Lessons They Don't Teach You In Business School. " Forbes recently called this book '1 of 6 books that all entrepreneurs must read right now'.

He is also the author of "The Ultimate Practical Business Manual: Everything You Need to Know About Business (from Launching a Company to Taking it Public)", and 6 other business books.

Chris is also a frequent guest lecturer at several Bay Area business schools including Berkeley and Stanford. He has written numerous articles and has been interviewed in Forbes, VentureBeat, Entrepreneur Magazine, Wired Magazine, AlleyWatch and Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) which is Hong Kong's oldest and sole public service broadcaster. He has his own entrepreneurship column in Inc. magazine.

He has an MBA in Finance from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Commerce Degree with a major in Management Information Systems and International Business from McGill University where he is a McGill University Dobson Fellow. He has founded several companies, including his most recent company, BusinessCareerCoaching and he serves on the boards of several Bay Area technology companies and charities and he lives in Hillsborough, California. For more details on this course and instructor, click here.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Course Overview / Promo Video
    • Introduction / Promo (4:25)
  • Introduction & Class #1:
    • Course Introduction: Please Watch this First : ) (13:21)
    • How to Start a Successful Company + Qualities of the Top Business People (17:58)
    • How to Legally Protect Your Company/Family in Business + Easy Overview of Taxes (18:46)
    • How to Network + Get Many Meetings to Help You Get a Job or Customers (7:57)
    • Side Note: Be a Contrarian and Watch Your Net Worth Take-off! (0:55)
  • Class #2: Business Presentations:
    • How to Present Like Steve Jobs and Impress an Audience, Customers &Your Peers (19:12)
    • What to Include in Your Business Presentations Slides + Incredible Workshop/Tips (4:06)
    • Side Note: Hiring and Firing (1:07)
  • Class #3: Venture Capital (VC) Part 1:
    • What is VC + How to Raise Money + How to Get Board Advisors + More Network Tips (19:24)
    • How to Improve Your Management Team + More $ Raising Tips from VCs / Investors (1:56)
    • Side Note: 2 Very Important Sales Techniques / Best Practices (1:10)
  • Class #4: VC Part 2: Security/Legal Structures to Protect You + Make You More $
    • VC History is Crucial to Review So You Know the Qualities of Steve Jobs + Others (13:40)
    • What Investors You Should Target + How Do Investors do Due Diligence on You (19:09)
    • Not Understanding Security Structures Can Hurt You (What Common / Preferred is) (5:48)
    • Convertible Debt, Warrants and Options (6:11)
    • Side Note: How to Avoid Burnout (1:26)
  • Class #5: Investor Valuation Topics & Dilution. Importance of Contracts
    • Case Study on How to Deal with VC Firms Investing in Your Company Like Sequoia (20:09)
    • Side Note: Touch Hand Only Once (0:40)
  • Class #6: Financial Analysis
    • Easy Way to Understand the Income Statement + Balance Sheet +Dealing with Risk (11:03)
    • Easy Way to Understand the Cash Flow Statement + What Links the IS, BS & CF (19:08)
    • Understanding Financial Ratios + Leverage + What Software to Use for Accounting (4:44)
    • Side Note: How to Get A Raise or a Promotion + Managing People (1:26)
  • Class #7: Managing Cash Flow
    • Forecasting + Budgeting + Fiscal Versus Calendar Years + Ethics (8:26)
    • Side Note: "Why am I So Lucky to be Given this Investment Opportunity?" (1:01)
  • Class #8: Financial Capital and Securities Law
    • Easy Way to Understand Debt/Bonds, Interest Rates/Yield Curves + Equity (19:09)
    • Risk & Return + Business Statistics (Only What You Need to Know) + Security Law (10:39)
    • Side Note: Run to Your Fears (1:25)
  • Class #9: Projecting Financial Statements
    • How to Build Financial Statements for Private Companies the Easy Way (11:23)
    • How to Value a Private Companies the Easy Way + Growth Metrics (16:47)
    • Side Note: Office Politics (1:24)
  • Class #10: Due Diligence and Data Sources
    • Where to Get Awesome Information for Your Financial Models + More Networking (17:14)
    • Side Note: Small Customers are Just as Much Work as Large Customers + Sports! (1:48)
  • Class #11: Modeling and Valuation
    • How to Build a Financial Model for a Public Company (18:44)
    • Read Financials Like a Good Book!!!! + Find Patterns in the Data (19:52)
    • How to Value Public Firms the Easy Way (6:33)
    • Side Note: Dress for Success (0:46)
  • Class #12: Initial Public Offering (IPO) and Valuation
    • How an IPO Works + Facebook Buying Instagram + Value Post +Pre-Revenue Companies (18:24)
    • How DCF (Discounted Cash Flow) Analysis Works (4:58)
    • Valuing a Company Versus the Competition + Why an S-1 is Awesome! (3:57)
    • Side Note: Goldman Sachs IPO Prospectus Example (1:44)
  • Class #13: Management Analytical Frameworks
    • What Management Consulting is + Frameworks they Use that Help You in Business (7:58)
    • What is S.W.O.T. + P.L.C. + Oracle Case Study + How to Tell if Someone is Lying (15:33)
    • Side Note: Keep That Letter in Your Drawer! (1:05)
  • Class #14: Alternatives and Turnarounds
    • Financing Alternatives + Why to Avoid Debt if You Can (use Equity Investors) (8:45)
    • Harvesting an Investment + Leveraged Buyouts + Troubled Ventures + Turnarounds (17:57)
    • Side Note: Nobody is Smarter than You (0:44)
    • Side Note: Learn Earn Return (1:02)
  • Class #15: Crucial Leftover Content / Goal Setting Workshop / Closing Remarks
    • The Most Important Investment You Will Ever Make + Great Marketing is Crucial (18:28)
    • Life Changing Goal Setting Workshop + You Need Yodas! + Find Your Passion : ) (18:20)

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Ace the MBA Application!

Make Your MBA Application Leap Into the Acceptance Pile

By Sriram Emani | in Online Courses

Applying for MBA programs is tough, time-consuming, and offers no guarantees you'll actually get in anywhere. With this comprehensive guidance, however, you'll improve your essays and resume, and learn all the expectations of MBA admissions committees. With all this knowledge under your belt, you'll be ready to blow admissions officers away!

  • Access 39 lectures & 3.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Craft your essays to the expectations of MBA admissions committees
  • Differentiate your application from the ocean of competitive applicants
  • Use advice from leading experts to build a successful application strategy
Sriram Emani is an alumnus of MIT Sloan School of Management, where he was a Siebel Scholar and Tata Fellow. Sriram has successfully helped hundreds of applicants from over 20 countries craft stellar applications to the Top 25 business school programs in the world. He specializes in helping applicants bring their unique story out to distinguish themselves. Founder and CEO of award-winning arts education venture IndianRaga, Sriram has previously worked as a management consultant, strategy and bus dev fellow at Sony Music NYC and Lincoln Center, consultant with Disney Theatrical Group, and has been a guest speaker at NYU, KPMG, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, amongst others. Sriram is a Global Fellow with the International Society for the Performing Arts, a winner of the MIT IDEAS Global Challenge (Community Choice Award) and the US Creative Business Cup. For more details on this course and instructor, click here.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
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  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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Course Outline

  • Section 1: Start Here
    • Introduction (2:14)
  • Section 2: Overview of Materials
    • MBA Application Materials Check-List (5:24)
    • MBA Application Actions Check-List (8:51)
  • Section 3: Test Scores
    • Tests Overview (4:42)
    • GMAT vs GRE (3:45)
    • TOEFL vs IELTS (2:25)
  • Section 4: Your Story
    • Need for an MBA (4:49)
    • Goals (5:49)
    • Reapplicant Story (6:34)
  • Section 5: Resume/CV
    • Building Blocks (1:33)
    • Format (4:43)
    • Language (3:49)
    • Additional Tips (6:05)
  • Section 6: Essays
    • Types of Essays (6:32)
    • Writing the Essays (18:51)
    • Goals and Why MBA Essays: Part 1 (13:14)
    • Goals and Why MBA Essays: Part 2 (8:42)
    • Behavioral Essays (16:28)
    • Optional Essay (6:26)
    • Reapplicant Essay (1:44)
    • Additional Tips and Do's and Don'ts (5:12)
  • Section 7: Recommendation Letters
    • The Basics (4:27)
    • Choosing Recommenders (4:12)
    • Approaching Recommenders (3:22)
    • Draft Letters (6:43)
    • Addressing Gaps and Reinforcing Skills (3:53)
    • Reapplicant Letter Strategy (4:39)
    • Do's and Don'ts (2:44)
  • Section 8: Knowing the School
    • Online Research (7:18)
    • Meet the Admissions Committee (5:29)
    • Speak to Alumni or Students (3:03)
    • School Culture (5:07)
  • Section 9: Application Form
    • Application Form Items (5:58)
    • Short Essays (4:36)
    • GPA Conversion (3:51)
    • Additional Tips (2:41)
  • Section 10: Get it Reviewed
    • Identifying Reviewers (4:30)
    • Analyzing the Feedback (5:22)
  • Section 11: Good Luck!
    • Good Luck (0:46)

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