About the Test
GMAT refers to an internationally conducted and acceptable computer-based standardized test that is taken by students across the world in order to gain admission to MBA programs in international B-Schools. It is conducted by GMAC multiple times, at multiple locations, every year. The major sections at present are: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitive Reasoning.
The scaled scores are presented in the 200-800 range and more information about the test can be found at www.mba.com.
The course contains:
1. Introductory videos to guide you regarding the structure of the test, pacing through the sections, adaptive nature of the questions, the scoring pattern, and basic test-taking skills
2. Concept videos that you can watch to clarify fundamental concepts in AWA, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning sections
3. Strategy videos that cover different GMAT sections and mention how to process a question, solve it within a particular time-frame, keep track of your performance so far, manage the scratch work, eliminate the incorrect options, and verify your answer
4. Practice questions divided topic-wise so that you can time yourself and then review your performance
5. Live sessions
6. Doubt support: You can post your doubts in the forum. You can also email us your doubts if you want them to be solved during the live session.
All GMAT topics are covered in this course. The videos are arranged topic-wise and are accompanied by quizzes and/or questions with their solutions.
We recommend the following as accompaniments to this course: GMAT Official Guide (the latest version is suggested, but older versions can also be used) and GMAT Prep software for computer-adaptive practice tests.
Contact us at [email protected] for any clarification or any queries.
Pushpinder has more than 5 years of experience in preparing students for various standardized and competitive entrance tests. He cofounded Perfect Scores. He has international work experience in countries such as USA, New Zealand, U.A.E and India. He plays an active role in curriculum development at Perfect Scores. He has also worked in multinational corporations that prepare students for these tests. Along with managing Perfect Scores he is also pursuing Ph.D. (Marketing) at Iowa State University, USA.
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