GMAT Prep Seminar
Stillwater – Tuesdays, September 3, 10, 17, 24, October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 2013
Tulsa – Thursdays, September 5, 12, 19, 26, October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 2013
Stillwater – 106A CLB
Tulsa – 222 North Hall
|Time:||7:20 – 10:00 PM|
|Materials:||A workbook will be provided at no additional cost the first night of class. You may want to purchase, The Official Guide for GMAT Review, 13th Edition (Paperback).|
Jeremy is a native of Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is a former Navy pilot and medical device sales consultant. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in political science in 1993 and earned his Master of Social Work degree in July 2011. He currently works in non-profit funding and development.
In addition to teaching the Graduate Management Admission Test for OSU, Jeremy teaches the Law School Admission Test for Kaplan Test Prep.
What will the instruction cover?
The instruction will consist of review of general strategies to tackle the types of ‘problems’ associated with the GMAT. For example, data sufficiency problems are a type of problem specific to the quantitative portion of the GMAT. They can be perplexing if one does not have proper exposure to them before taking the GMAT.
Furthermore, there will be a broad but comprehensive review of all math and verbal fundamentals necessary to answer the questions. In class, students will do problems that simulate questions from the actual exam which will help them gain not only knowledge but confidence in doing the problems.
Analytical Writing Assessment—this component of the GMAT assesses the test taker’s ability to think critically and to communicate ideas. In this section, students write two essays which are scored independently of quantitative and analytical sections.
The following two sections are each 75 minutes of multiple choice questions and will together comprise the score that you most often hear about (it ranges from 200-800).
Quantitative—this component tests mathematical concepts that were introduced in 3rd grade through high school.
Verbal—this component assesses the test taker’s ability to read and comprehend written material, reason and evaluate arguments, and correct written material to conform to standard written English