What You’ll learn
|How to prepare for each section of the GMAT|
|What to expect with the exam structure, tested concepts, and scoring|
|Techniques to set up and solve a variety of math concepts|
|Evaluation strategies for data analysis, graphs, and charts|
|Best practices to interpret and analyze reading comprehension passages|
Course DescriptionThe GMAT Class is designed to prepare students aiming at 500 to 600 points. It equips students with skills and test-taking strategies to improve their scores. The course will cover verbal, quantitative, integrative reasoning, and analytical writing strategies. Students should understand the exam structure, scoring methodology, and section-specific test-taking strategies upon completing the course. And must be able to identify and handle difficult or tricky questions.
The Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is a multiple-choice computer-based standardized test used to measure your ability to succeed in graduate-level academic work, especially in business schools. The GMAT helps graduate business schools examine your preparedness for admissions into business programs. The test measures your command of algebra, arithmetic, multi-source data analysis, geometry, and grammar. More essentially, it measures your ability to think critically, analyze and evaluate written materials believed to be vital to real-world business and management success. More than 7,000 programs at approximately 2,300+ graduate business schools globally accept the GMAT as part of the selection criteria for their academic programs. The GMAT is divided into four distinct sections, namely: The Analytical Writing Assessment Which measures your ability to:
- Write effectively and comprehend the basic conventions of written English.
- Organize, develop and express your ideas using relevant support.
- Analyze the soundness of the author’s evidence and reasoning.
- Connect your statements with a clear transition.
- Clearly identify, critique, and insightfully analyze parts of the author’s argument.
- Evaluate data presented in multiple formats from multiple sources.
- Solve complex problems through data interpretation.
- Organize information to recognize relationships and solve various interrelated problems.
- Synthesize information presented using graphics, text, and numbers.
- Solve problems and reason quantitatively.
- Understand basic math concepts, including arithmetic and number properties, algebra, and geometry.
- Quickly identify what information you would need to solve the problem and efficiently eliminate answer choices in the data provided.
- Adopt critical thinking skills in solving problems.
- Read critically, specifically, and analyze arguments.
- Construct grammar with a clear understanding of the command and standard written English.
- Make and evaluate arguments as well as develop an action plan.
- Summarise the main idea of the argument differentiate between opinions stated and those implied by the author.
|Mondays||10:00AM – 12:00PM|
|Tuesdays||12:00PM – 02:00PM|
|Wednesdays||10:00AM – 12:00PM|
|Thursday||12:00PM – 02:00PM|
|Fridays||10:00AM – 12:00PM|
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