GMAT PREPARATION DUBAI

When you aim at getting into a competitive and reputed B-schools, your GMAT scores matter a great deal. With exhausting work schedules and an overwhelming GMAT syllabus to negotiate, most GMAT are quick to realize that associating with a proper training institute and working with trained tutors is essential for the best results. AOption GMAT, DUBAI, UAE, we offer the most cutting-edge GMAT training platform. Our GMAT classes are conducted by top-class instructors with more than 10 years of experience in guiding and equipping students for achieving their score goals. Option has earned itself the status of an avant-garde GMAT test preparatory center: our courses are flexible, result-centric, well backed up by excellent learning resources and delivered by very professional and competitive trainers.

OVERVIEW OF THE GMAT TEST DUBAI

  • The examination is entirely computer-based.
  • To register for the GMAT test please visit www.mba.com.
  • The total score of the GMAT is 800, made from a combination of the scaled scores of the Quantitative and the Verbal Sections. The AWA and the IR sections do not lend to the score. Also interesting is the fact that now the candidate can plan the path of the test and take the 4 sections in whatever order you want!

AWA Section : Analysis of Writing Assessment: 30 minutes: 1 essay – Analysis of an Argument. The AWA assignment is graded on a 0-6 scale in 0.5 increments, a score that is not incorporated into the 800 score of the test.

IR Section : Integrated Reasoning: 30 minutes: 12 Questions in the form of texts, tables or graphs which tests the test taker’s ability to read, understand, and interpret information rapidly, facilitated by access to an online calculator. The IR score is graded on a scale of 0-8 in 1 point increments, a score that is not incorporated into the 800 score and is reported independently.

Quantitative Section : 62 minutes: 31 Questions of Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. Quantitative scores run on a scaled score range of 0 to 60, with a 51 scaling a 98 percentile.

Verbal Section: 65 minutes: 36 Questions of critical thinking, reading comprehension and sentence correction. Verbal score run on a scaled score range of 0 to 60, with a 45 scaling a 99 percentile.

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    GMAT SESSION PLAN

    SESSIONSESSION PLAN FOR GMAT (VERBAL)SESSION PLAN FOR GMAT (MATH)
    Session 1

    1. Introduction to Sentence Correction:

    • Sentence Structure.
    • Parts of a Sentence.
    • Types of Errors.
    • Rhetorical Structure Rules.
    • WORKSHEETS.

    1. Arithmetic: Number Theory

    • Properties of Integers
    • Fractions & Decimals
    • Factors & Multiples (LCM & HCF).
    Session 2

     Sentence correction:

    • Subject verb Agreement Errors.
    • Parallelism Rules.
    • Modifier Rules.
    • WORKSHEETS.

    Arithmetic: Applied Problems

    • Ratio & Properties.
    • Rate Related Problems.
    • Percentages.
    Session 3

    Sentence Correction:

    • Structure Rules.
    • Miscellaneous Rules.
    • Tense Rules.
    • WORKSHEETS.

    Airthmetic: Data Sufficiency Questions:

    • Absolute Values.
    • Inequalities.
    • Exponents Rules.
    Session 4

    2. Introduction to Critical Reasoning:

    • Types of questions.
    • Strengthening the conclusion.
    • Weakening the Conclusion.
    • Paradox.
    • Assumption.
    • WORKSHEETS.

    2. Algebra:

    • Solving Equations with One Unknown.
    • Solving Equations with Two Unknowns.
    • Solving Quadratic Equations.
    • Functions.
    Session 5

    Critcal Reasoning:

    • Case Study Questions.
    • Completing the Logic.
    • Conclusion vs. Inference.
    • Bold Font.
    • WORKSHEETS.

    Algebra:

    • Mixture Word Problems.
    • Data Sufficiency Questions.
    Session 6Complete Review of Sentence Correction & Critical Reasoning Concepts.

    3. Statistics & Data Interpretation:

    • Statistics Calculations.
    • Data Interpretation.
    • Sets.
    Session 73. Analysis of Writing Assessment (AWA) – Essay Writing Strategies.

     Statistics & Data Interpretation:

    • Probability.
    • Counting Principle & Factorials.
    • Permutation & Combination,
    Session 8

    4. Introduction to Reading Comprehension

    • Basic strategies.
    • Most common question types.
    • Practical teaching.
    • Advanced strategies and tricks.
    • WORKSHEETS.

    4. Geometry:

    • Plane Geometry.
    • Data Sufficiency Questions.
    Session 9Reading Comprehension
    • Review of Sstrategies.
    • Class Worksheets.
    • Discussion of Worksheets..

     

    Geometry:

    • Solid Geometry.
    • Co-ordinate Geometry.
    • Data Sufficiency Questions.
    Session 10Review of any materials/ topics that the group seeks help with. 5. Integrated Reasoning (IR)