# GRE Preparations

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Kalyani Nagar, Pune

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Swati Sengupta

BE, MBA (PGCGM)

An Electronics and Telecommunication engineer from Jadavpur University, and a gold medallist from the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (PGCGM), I have spent 30 productive years in leadership roles in large multi-national companies such as Computer Associates, Infosys and Barclays.

Alongside my professional interests, I have always been passionate about teaching. I have taught Secondary and Higher Secondary level Mathematics to Class 9-12 students in Loreto. I am a Visiting Faculty with XLRI, IBS and Symbiosis on management subjects. More importantly, I have spent many fruitful hours in the last 30 years teaching students across age-groups and across boards. Being an engineering graduate and a corporate professional, I have a strong foundation in both Mathematics and English. My forte is teaching clear concepts and building strong fundamentals.

I take special pride in empowering my students to love both the subjects. I find teaching to be a continuous process of learning and sharing, and personally fulfilling.
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Preparatory classes for GRE. Students can choose which sections they want to learn - Verbal, Quantitative, Analytical. Students are provided a strong foundation and clear concepts, so they are able to tackle the questions on the topics. Class sizes are small, so each child gets individual attention.

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Be Cool! Its very important for quantitative section. Prepare well on Mode, Median, Probability, Permutations, Combinations. You may be getting around 4 questions on above topics.

• 0 is not prime number.

• 1 is not prime number.

• 2 is prime number.

• If |a| < 2, then -2 < a < 2; if |a| > 2, then a > 2 or x < -2.

• Total degrees in a polygon=180(n-2), n is number of sides.

• probability =(Result you are looking)/(Total results).

• n!(n factorial)=n*(n-1)*(n-2)*...1

• Permutations is arrangement of things in definite order. While in Combination order doesn't matter.

• Median is the middle value in a set of numbers above and below it.
Example 1 :Consider G={2,4,7,8,9,12,14}
In this case 8 is median because there lies three other numbers before and after 8.

Example 2 :Consider G={2,4,7,8,9,12}
In this case median will be average of 7 and 8 i.e. 7.5

• Mode is the number or range of numbers in a set that occurs the most frequently.
Example Consider G={1,2,4,8,17,2,4,5,6,7,8,2}
In the above set 2 occurs thrice so this is mode.

• Range is defined as difference between maximum and minimum numbers in a set.
For above set Range is 17-1 i.e. 16.

• Standard Deviation of a set is measure of the set's variation from its mean.
Example Consider two sets G1={3,4,3,4} and G2={10,15,14,16}
Then It can be seen G1 has lower S.D. as compared to G2.

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