GMAT Verbal: Le programme complet
Hey guys, in this course I will teach you how to overcome the GMAT verbal section. However, I can’t offer you any miracles or magic solutions. What I will give you is a solution to succeeding in the most effective way possible.
My name is Evan, I took the GMAT 3 years ago, scoring 98th percentile on the verbal section. Since then, I have helped hundreds of students to succeed in the verbal part of the GMAT and I’d like to help you to do the same.
GMAT Verbal section is one of the most difficult sections in the GMAT and many students struggle with it.
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Are you finding it difficult to know where to begin?
Does it take you too long to complete questions?
Maybe you find the seemingly endless list of grammar rules overwhelming?
Are you having difficulty understanding the GMAT reading comprehension texts?
Are you having trouble understanding what you’re being asked?
Some students comes to me after practicing verbal questions but not progressing because they’re working without any strategy.
Often these student are stumbling through questions without knowing what their being tested on, so their hard work is wasted.
Official GMAT guides are a good resource, but the solutions are short, lack clarity and give no insight into the strategies required to succeed. Moreover, if you begin practicing without knowing fundamentals you can develop gaps in your knowledge.
Books from famous test prep companies are great, but when reading a 300 page book it’s hard to tell what’s important and what’s less important.
Working with a tutor may be the bests way to progress, but a good tutor can be very costly.
The solution to your problem could be a course that gets right to the heart of the key information that you need to succeed or a video course that makes it feel like you have a tutor accompanying you throughout your preparation and that quickly covers all the grammar basics that you need to get up to speed quickly.
I created this 35 hours GMAT Verbal course in order to help students like you approach the GMAT Verbal section in an effective way, with a structured plan from day one and with a great strategy, to set you up for the best possible chance of success.
In this course you will find:
- A structured and effective study plan
- Winning strategies for attacking questions in the best way possible
- A robust course that gives you all the knowledge you need to succeed
- Digestible lessons that won’t leave you tired out
- Insight into the pitfalls that you need to avoid in order to succeed
- 158 questions with step by step solutions, so you won’t have any surprises
First, I’ll introduce you to sentence correction. We’ll examine together the particularities of this section.
Then, I will quickly get you up-to-speed on the basic grammar that you’ll need to begin the course. We’ll revise parts of speech such as nouns, pronouns, adjectives and prepositions.
Next, I’ll cover the fundamental concepts that you’ll need to become competent in sentence correction. We’ll quickly learn the important parts of sentence structure such as clauses and phrases.
We’ll continue by progressively introducing more complex subjects that you’ll be tested on. We’ll spend time examining key concepts such as subject verb agreement, modifiers, tenses and comparisons.
Second, I’ll introduce you to Critical Reasoning, walking you through the common argument flaws that you’ll see.
I’ll continue by introducing you to the 9 most common question types and show you how to solve step-by-step each one of them. I’ll show you how to weaken and strengthen arguments. How to find assumptions and inferences. I’ll talk your through evaluating an argument, filling in blanks and resolving paradoxes. Finally, we’ll attack except questions and bold face questions.
Third, I’ll introduce you to Reading Comprehension. Then, I walk you through how to read a GMAT Reading Comprehension. Next, we’ll learn the MAP technique to help you summarise any text you may come across. I’ll continue by walking you through the 6 most common question types . I’ll show you how to find the main idea, purpose and inferences. I’ll talk your through specific detail and logical structure questions. Finally, we’ll attack out of context questions and find author’s opinion questions.
Finally, I’ll introduce you to the analytical writing assessment section, giving you a structure that you can use for any essay you write. Next, I’ll show you common argument flaws that you can use to disagree with almost any argument presented. Finally, I’ll show you some examples of high quality essays that will show you what is expected of you.
Throughout the process, I’ll offer you tips, key materials to memorize and insights to help you avoid the typical pitfalls and excel.
At the end of each section, I will walk you through many realistic GMAT questions from all difficulty levels. You’ll get insight into exactly how a successful test taker thinks about and attacks questions, so that you can do the same.
I am sure that by working hard to understand the key concepts, memorising the materials I highlight for you, following the course fully, and using the strategies which I teach you’ll enhance your score.
I recommend that you access the free parts of the course, so that you can get idea of what the experience of working with me will be like.
I’m look forward to working with you and helping you to attain your target score. See you in a couple of minutes!
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Section 1: Sentence Correction
Section 1.1: Approach to sentence correction
Section 1.2: English basics
Section 1.3: Parts of speech
Section 1.4: Subject and verb fundamentals
Section 1.5: Subject and verb agreement
Section 1.6: Idioms
Section 1.7: Parallelism
Section 1.8: Comparisons
Section 1.9: Active and passive voice
Section 1.10: Pronouns
Section 1.11: Modifiers
Section 1.12: Misplaced modifiers
Section 1.13: Tenses
Section 1.14: Conditionals
Section 1.15: Word choices
Section 1.16: Concision and redundancy
Section 1.17: Questions
Section 2: Critical Reasoning
Section 2.1: What is Critical Reasoning?
Section 2.2: Common argument type and flaws
Section 2.3: Inferences
Section 2.4: Question types
Section 2.5: Questions
Section 3: Reading Comprehension
Section 3.1: Introduction to reading comprehension
Section 3.2: How to read GMAT Reading Comprehensions
Section 3.3: The MAP technique
Section 3.4: Reading Comprehension Question types
Section 3.5: Example 1 : GDP
Section 3.6: Example 2 : Epidemics
Section 3.7: Questions