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 Group course is designed to prepare students to score above 630 points by equipping them with skills and test-taking strategies to improve their scores. The course will cover verbal, quantitative, integrative reasoning, and analytical writing content. Upon completing the course, students should understand the exam structure, scoring methodology, section-specific test-taking strategies, and the ability 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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