The GMAT courses are designed for people who want to prepare to this international exam in the group format.
If you want to begin the basic GMAT courses your level of English should be at least Intermediate (preferably Upper-Intermediate and higher). Mathematical skills have to be recollected; you should be familiar with different spheres of algebra and geometry (fractions, powers, equations, geometrical figures, radicals, etc.). If you have humanitarian education or you don’t use your math skills for a long time, we recommend you to choose the special GMAT courses for students who have some difficulties with Math.
Types of the GMAT courses
The basic GMAT course is intended for 65-68 academic hours and covers all the sections of the exam (Verbal, Math, AWA, Integrated Reasoning). Usually the course lasts for 5-6 weeks. Also you can choose the intensive courses, where the program is identical to the number of hours, but the lessons are more closely: not 2-3 times a week, but every day. These courses are suitable for those who want to prepare as soon as possible, as well as for these students who can go to Moscow for training for a short period of time.
Among this, there are the additional courses which help to improve your level in English grammar. They will help to cope with the Verbal section: the Sentence Correction (correction grammatical errors in the sentences) and AWA (writing an essay with the analysis of the argument).
If you want to improve your results of the test, there is an additional Advanced course (it is recommended after the basic course), where the instructor explains how to work with the most complicated tasks. These GMAT courses will help you to score 700 or more points on the exam.
If you are unable to attend group classes in a strictly allotted time (in the evening on weekdays and weekends), you can choose the individual sessions in person or by Skype. Skype-GMAT classes are ideal for those who don’t live in Moscow or don’t want to spend a lot of time going to the center of preparation for GMAT. We recommend at least 2-3 sessions per week for 90 minutes.
Group classes are an ideal variant for students who feel comfortable studying with the pupils like you. Also it should be mentioned that the group GMAT courses are much cheaper than individual lessons with the tutor.
An overview of the Table Analysis question format for the Integrated Reasoning section of the GMAT exam:
So, choosing GMAT courses keep in mind:
- Your current level of English and Maths,
- Your deadlines and spare time,
- Your financial conditions,
- Your ability to reach the educational centre several times a week,
- Your spare time to practice and do your homework.
Weigh all pros and cons and opt for the best course for you!