Free Online GMAT Strategy Session
What makes the GMAT such a difficult exam even for high achievers? In this live online session, Veritas Prep will demonstrate what the GMAT is really testing at the 700-level: higher-order thinking. In this hour-long seminar, you’ll see the blueprint behind challenging quantitative and verbal problems and learn a few of Veritas Prep’s strategies to help you Think Like the Testmaker.
In this 1 hour session, we will cover the following:
- Think Like The TestmakerTM: How do the authors of the GMAT make high school-level content tricky for grad students, and how can you be ready for it?
- The Veritas Prep methodology: Emphases on what you can do to take advantage of what you already know
- Specific strategies for the Data Sufficiency and Sentence Correction question types, using real data from thousands of students to demonstrate powerful trap answers along with strategies to avoid them
- Opportunity to ask specific questions about the GMAT, or review any concepts not already covered, in live time
Your host: Brian Galvin, VP of Academics
Since receiving his Masters in Education from the University of Michigan Brian has studied the GMAT fulltime since 2006 as the Vice President of Academics for Veritas Prep. Combining his professional achievements with his personal hobbies as an Ironman and standup comedian, Brian might very well be the foremost expert on the GMAT in the world.
“Veritas Prep excels in providing students with the essential tools of beating the GMAT. From the simplicity of their online Student Portal to their excellent staff, Veritas Prep is really in a league of its own.”
- Jonathan L.
Why is our course the best for high achievers?
The GMAT doesn’t test whether you know facts, formulas or rules; it tests what you can do with the knowledge that you have. Acquiring that knowledge is the first and most obvious step, but those who seek higher scores need to go a level beyond. So, the Veritas Prep course mixes equal parts content and strategy, teaching you not just to know the material but also how to think like the testmaker™.
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