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1-Year Access to 20-Hour HD Video GMAT Prep Course Taught by Dr. Shaan Patel, MD, MBA

Our Self-Paced GMAT Video Course offers students 100+ strategies developed and taught by MD/MBA student and Prep Expert Founder Dr. Shaan Patel. This course offers 20 hours of video content of Shaan teaching hundreds of strategies and practice problems to show students how to ace the GMAT. Students have access to the course for up to 1 year after purchase and can watch at their own pace. The course is available anytime, anywhere on any computer or mobile device with an internet connection. Prep Expert students have gone on to attend the country’s most prestigious business schools, and you can be next!

Perfect-Score Instructor Dr. Shaan Patel, MD, MBA

Dr. Shaan Patel, MD, MBA is the Founder & CEO of Prep Expert, winner of a Shark Tank investment deal with billionaire Mark Cuban, a bestselling author, received his MD/MBA from Yale and USC, and a board-certified dermatologist physician. Dr. Patel raised his own SAT score 640 points from average to perfect when he was in high school. He has now developed SAT & ACT prep curriculum and courses that have helped over 100,000 students improve their own scores, get into top universities, and win over $100 million in college scholarships!

Top 1% GMAT Prep Methods

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After Prep Expert Founder Dr. Shaan Patel improved his own GMAT score from average to exceptional, he wanted to help other students improve their GMAT scores

100 Strategies

Shaan developed 100 GMAT strategies that helped him improve his own GMAT score to teach other students at Prep Expert

50,000+ Students

Over 50,000 students have used Prep Expert's strategies to improve their test scores, gain admission into colleges and business schools, and win $100+ million in scholarships


  1. Prepare With Real GMAT Questions Only
  2. Practice Realistically
  3. Go to Work
  4. Use a Study Schedule
  5. Take Breaks
  6. Eat and Sleep Well
  7. Adapt to the GMAT
  8. Constantly Reassess
  9. Identify and Visualize Your Goals
  10. Don’t Memorize, Practice
  11. Work It Out on Paper
  12. Practice Mindfulness
  13. Cultivate a Growth Mindset
  14. Create Accountability
  15. Teach it to Learn it
  16. Turn Off the Tech
  17. Get Uncomfortable
  18. Keep an Insight Notebook
  19. Prepare Perfectly in the Final Week
  20. Be Ready on Test Day

  1. Execute Your Procedure Perfectly
  2. Know What to Expect
  3. Follow the Directions
  4. Break it Down
  5. Know the Rules of the Game
  6. Attack the Argument
  7. Outline
  8. Use the Template
  9. Come Out Swinging
  10. Prioritize
  11. Exemplify
  12. Turn Weaknesses into Other Evidence
  13. Structure Your Response Efficiently
  14. Speak Plainly
  15. Be Concise
  16. Type Faster
  17. Stay Objective
  18. Stay Active
  19. Fill the Time
  20. Understand Proved vs Right

  1. Master the Interface
  2. Stay on Pace
  3. Know What to Expect on Graphic Interpretation
  4. Master the Procedure for Graphic Interpretation
  5. Filter Out the Noise
  6. Know What to Expect on Multi-Source Reasoning
  7. Master the Procedure for Multi-Source Reasoning
  8. Know What to Expect on Two-Part Analysis
  9. Master the Procedure on Two-Part Analysis
  10. Zero In
  11. Find the Conclusion
  12. Avoid the Calculator
  13. Compartmentalize
  14. Systematize
  15. Know What to Expect on Table Analysis
  16. Master the Procedure
  17. Always Compartmentalize
  18. Examine the Table
  19. Know Your Limits
  20. Use Tunnel Vision

  1. Master the Problem Solving Procedure
  2. Answer the Right Question
  3. Eliminate Efficiently
  4. Answer Every Question
  5. Save Time on Problem Solving
  6. Introduction: Data Sufficiency
  7. Divide and Conquer
  8. Master the Data Sufficiency Procedure
  9. Compartmentalize
  10. Pick Perfectly
  11. Master Arithmetic
  12. Master Fractions
  13. Master Fractions
  14. Master Percent Changes
  15. Master Unit Conversions
  16. Master Exponents
  17. Master Algebra
  18. Master Functions
  19. Master Probability and Counting
  20. Master Geometry
  21. Master Data Sets

  1. Eliminate Efficiently
  2. Be Proactive
  3. Identify and Exploit Patterns
  4. Plug It In
  5. Clarify
  6. Introduction: Reading Comprehension
  7. Read in Real Life
  8. Build Your Own Simple Solution (BOSS)
  9. See the Forest
  10. Master the Procedure
  11. Perfect Your Pace
  12. Identify the Main Point
  13. Find Your Purpose
  14. Introduction: Critical Reasoning
  15. Find the Conclusion
  16. Master the Procedure
  17. Question the Conclusion
  18. Evidence is Off-Limits
  19. Answer the Right Question
  20. Build Your Own Simple Solution
  21. Negate the Assumption
  22. Apply Real World Knowledge