We believe that GMAT prep test courses should prepare you for, well, the test. This shouldn’t be a radical thought, but it kind of is. Too many other prep courses, we’ve found, will go over plenty about English and math, but for some reason, don’t focus much on how to actually raise your scores. From having done this for a long time, we know that the key to getting a high score isn’t so much about nailing English and math, but being dead-on in spotting inferences and being able to break the questions down, all while the clock ticks.
GMAT Prep Test Courses that Start with the Basics
Our courses are designed to build you up, step by step. Instead of starting with the hardest stuff and overwhelming you, we begin at the beginning, so that you can get your feet underneath you to prepare for what’s to come. With our classes, we often begin by going over a lot of English and math you were probably taught in your freshman and sophomore years. Basic grammar, sentence construction, how exponents work and so forth – we go over all of that here. It will take you back in time a bit, but it’ll also get you ready for what’s soon to come.
Figuring Out the Question to Answer the Question
A major part of the GMAT is answering the question, yes. But, before you can do that, you have to know exactly what the question is asking you to do. This may sound like basic stuff, but plenty of questions on the GMAT are specifically designed to make it difficult. “Question Interpretation” is one of the major skills that we help our students with. With our help, you won’t be deceived by all of the traps and tricks they throw at you. We can guide you to see the specific markers within the questions, which are the keys to understanding what the question is actually asking. From there, we can help you to then identify the best next steps to take so that you can answer the question correctly.
Strategizing for the Test Itself
Studying is one thing. Test prep courses are one thing. Taking the test itself is something else entirely. That’s why we make sure that, in addition to learning the information the test will ask you, we teach you how to handle the test itself. That means you’ll learn our specific strategy for taking the test. The timing for the GMAT is challenging at best. You’ll be scored by what are called “non-intuitive adaptive algorithms,” and those are just as confusing as they sound like they might be. So, we prepare you to deal with those and anything else that might arise as you take the GMAT. By mastering all three of these, you give yourself the opportunity to not just get a great score, but one that’s truly elite, and opens the doors you want to be opened. To start today, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org