Here’s Chris demonstrating a shortcut you can use on the Math section:

Let us know if you find these videos helpful, and whether there’s a specific strategy you’d like to see explained!

Special Note:

To find out where fractions and percents sit in the “big picture” of GRE Quant, and what other Quant concepts you should study, check out our post entitled:

Wow awesome video for conversion from fraction to percents. Thanks a lot. I have been memorizing these values almost every time. ( Like 3/8 and 4/9 , 1/16 and a lot) . thanks for the help . Hope i will not do this mistake from now .. thanks a lot Chris !!!

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Wow awesome video for conversion from fraction to percents. Thanks a lot. I have been memorizing these values almost every time. ( Like 3/8 and 4/9 , 1/16 and a lot) . thanks for the help . Hope i will not do this mistake from now .. thanks a lot Chris !!!

where is that Converting Fractions to/from Percents video ?

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Extremely Outstanding.

Mind blow!

This is amazing! Thanks. ðŸ™‚

Extremely helpful…definitely easier than multiplying numerator by 100 to achieve that mixed fraction ðŸ™‚

Thanks Ritesh! ðŸ™‚ Glad you found it helpful!

NICE!!! i’m excited to try these out as i go through the Percent Lessons ðŸ™‚

This is awesome!

You are welcome ðŸ™‚

Hi Chris,

Very informative video..You might also might wanna look up for “VEDIC MATH”,there are tons of simple tricks like this.

Regards,

Manish A.

Oh my gosh. This is so much better than the so-called tips in Princeton and Kaplan!!!!!!!!!!

hi, chris this works like magic..thanks…

Great! Glad it was helpful :).