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June 14 to August 9, 2014

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Course Overview

Class

Next Scheduled Course

January 18 to March 29, 2014
Eight Saturday classes from 10 am - 4 pm

April 5 to June 7, 2014
Eight Saturday classes from 10 am - 4 pm

June 14 to August 9, 2014
Eight Saturday classes from 10 am - 4 pm

Lunch and Textbook Included

A complimentary lunch in Barry University’s Dining Hall is included. Also, the Official Guide for GMAT Review, 13th Edition, is included in the cost of the course.

What is Covered?

The 40-hours course emphasizes the content of the GMAT sections (Verbal, Quantitative and Analytical Writing Assessment) and the unique standardized test-taking strategies. Our course will provide a comprehensive review of the verbal, math, and writing skills that you will need to succeed on the GMAT.

For the math section, the course will provide a review of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, basic statistics, and data interpretation. Only actual problems from previous GMAT exams will be used in class. Since the exam allows the student about 2 minutes to solve each problem, shortcuts to solving complicated problems will be emphasized.

For the verbal section, the course will provide a review of each principle of English grammar that is tested on the "Sentence Correction" portion; reading comprehension strategies for the reading section; the basic rules of logic and critical thinking for the "Critical Reasoning" section; and the essentials of writing high-scoring essays for the two Analytical Essays.

Why is a GMAT Prep Course Important?

The GMAT is a 3.5-hour computerized exam consisting of multiple-choice questions and analytical essays. It can be a grueling experience, and those who do not approach it with confidence and rigor can quickly lose their composure.

Barry's GMAT-prep course emphasizes both strategies and content. One of the keys to success on standardized tests is knowing what to expect. Taking a "CAT" or "computer-adaptive" version of the GMAT is not the same as taking a paper-based exam. It must be approached using a completely different strategy. The student who is not aware of this will suffer a significantly lower score. Various strategies for garnering the maximum number of points and minimizing penalties will be taught in detail. Thus, in order to gain the maximum advantage, it is necessary for you to attend as many of the sessions as possible.

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