- Review the different types of questions found on the GMAT
- Learn strategies to approach each type of question on the GMAT
- Practice using proven strategies on actual GMAT questions
Lesson 1: Overview of GMAT
Your first lesson will introduce you to the GMAT. You will look at the structure and format of the actual test. You will also review key information such as when/how to register and how your test will be scored. Lastly, you will learn more about how business schools use your score.
Lesson 2: General GMAT test-taking strategies
This second lesson will review some basic test-taking strategies than can improve your GMAT score. You will look at items like time management, how to approach certain types of questions and how to best prepare for test day.
Lesson 3: GMAT Analytical Writing
In this lesson you will look, in depth, at the first section of the GMAT…the analytical writing section. You will examine how it is used and how to approach it. Once you understand how it is scored, you will then review examples and the best methods to achieve the highest score.
Lesson 4: GMAT Integrated Reasoning
This section will help you do best on this section that measures your ability to use information to solve complex problems. You will learn about the format of this section and see examples of the types of problems you will encounter.
Lesson 5: GMAT Quantitative Section
In this lesson, you will look at two types of questions from the GMAT. You will see examples and strategies for problem-solving questions as well as data-sufficiency questions. This may sound intimidating but the content of this lesson will give you more confidence as you approach these areas of the test.
Lesson 6: GMAT Math Review
This lesson reviews the four types of math problems you will see on the GMAT. You will encounter arithmetic, algebra, geometry and word problems. Reviewing examples and strategies for each is the focus on lesson six.
Lesson 7: GMAT Verbal Section
The verbal section of the GMAT is the last section you will review in this course. You will examine reading comprehension, critical reasoning and sentence corrections questions.