GMAT Exam Preparation

Course Fee

4900

Class Duration

48 Hours

Sessions

24

No of Weeks

12 Weeks

Course Calendar

GMAT FASTRACK COURSE
(2 WEEKENDS)

8 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring 2 Mock Tests

Timing: FRI & SAT
(Fastrack Course)
02:00PM – 04:00PM

Course Fees: AED 1000

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GMAT FULL COURSE
(8 WEEKENDS)

32 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing: FRI & SAT
(WEEKEND)
02:00PM – 04:00PM

Course Fees: AED 3500

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GMAT FULL COURSE
(8 WEEKDAYS)

32 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing: MON & WED(WEEKDAY) 07:00PM – 09:00PM

Course Fees: AED 3500

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GMAT FULL COURSE
INTENSIVE

32 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing:FRI & SAT(WEEKEND) 5 PM – 7 PM & MON & WED(WEEKDAY) 7 PM – 9 PM

Course Fees:AED 3500

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GMAT MATH ONLY
(8 WEEKENDS)

16 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing: FRI
05:00PM – 07:00PM

Course Fees: AED 2000

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GMAT MATH ONLY
(8 WEEKDAYS)

16 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing: MON
07:00PM – 09:00PM

Course Fees: AED 2000

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GMAT MATH ONLY
(4 WEEKENDS & WEEKDAYS)

16 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing: FRI 5 PM – 7 PM & MON 7 PM – 9 PM

Course Fees: AED 2000

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GMAT VERBAL ONLY
(8 WEEKENDS)

16 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing:SAT 05:00PM – 07:00PM

Course Fees:AED 2000

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GMAT VERBAL ONLY
(8 WEEKDAYS)

16 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing:WED 07:00PM – 09:00PM

Course Fees: AED 2000

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GMAT (VERBAL ONLY)
(4 WEEKENDS & WEEKDAYS)

16 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing: WED 07:00PM – 09:00PM

Course Fees: AED 2000

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What is GMAT?

GMAT – Graduate Management Admission Test is a standardized test. GMAT is an admissions requirement for most Business schools in the USA & elsewhere across the globe.

Who Conducts GMAT?

GMAT is administered by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).

Who writes GMAT?

GMAT is written by under graduate students & working professionals applying to Business schools in the USA & elsewhere across the globe.

What is the test duration of the GMAT?

The time duration for GMAT is usually three hours and thirty minutes inclusive of all the breaks. In the given time period, the students taking the test are supposed to complete all the four sections.

  • Analytical Writing – 30 minutes
  • Integrated Reasoning – 30 minutes
  • Quantitative Aptitude – 62 minutes
  • Verbal Reasoning – 65 minutes

How many questions are there on GMAT?

A total of 80 questions are on the GMAT. The examination question pattern is divided into the following sections

  • Analytical Writing – 1 Topic
  • Integrated Reasoning – 12 questions
  • Quantitative Aptitude – 31 questions
  • Verbal Reasoning – 36 questions

What is the score distribution of GMAT?

The score distribution of GMAT in each section is as follows

  • Analytical Writing – 0-6, with an increment of 0.5
  • Integrated Reasoning – 0 – 8, with an increment of 1
  • Quantitative Aptitude – 6 – 51, with an increment of 1
  • Verbal Reasoning – 6 – 51, with an increment of 1

What is the General Test Structure and Time Allowed for GMAT?

  • Analytical Writing – 1 Topic; 30 Minutes
  • Integrated Reasoning – 12 Question; 30 Minutes
  • Quantitative Aptitude – 31 Questions; 62 Minutes
  • Verbal Reasoning- 36 Questions; 65 Minutes

What is the question pattern?

For the GMAT, the question pattern is divided as follows

  • Analytical Writing – Essay Writing
  • Integrated Reasoning – Multiple-choice Questions
  • Quantitative Aptitude – Multiple-choice Questions
  • Verbal Reasoning- Multiple-choice Questions

What are the sections of GMAT?

As mentioned earlier, GMAT is divided into four sections.

  • Analytical Writing- Analysis of Argument (1Q)
  • Integrated Reasoning – Graphics Interpretation, Two-part Analysis, Table Analysis, and Multi-source Reasoning
  • Quantitative Aptitude- Problem Solving (15-16 Q), Data Sufficiency (16-15 Q)
  • Verbal Reasoning- Critical Reasoning(12Q), Reading Comprehension(12Q) and Sentence Correction(12Q)

What is the GMAT test environment?

GMAT is conducted as a Computer Adaptive Test – Students in UAE will appear for the computer adaptive test that will be conducted throughout the year in the Dubai, Abu Dhabi or Sharjah test center.

When is the GMAT score published?

Once you complete the computer adaptive test, you have a 2-minute window to accept or cancel the test. If you don’t make a decision within 2 minutes or choose to cancel, then that particular test would be deleted from your GMAT test record. If you choose to accept the test, GMAT would display your unofficial Quantitative Aptitude & Verbal Reasoning scores at the test center. Since the Analytical writing section requires time for scoring, the official test score would be available 20 days after the test date.

Can I cancel the GMAT test scores after taking the test?

Once you complete the computer adaptive test, you have a 2-minute window to accept or cancel the test. If you don’t make a decision within 2 minutes or choose to cancel, then that particular test would be deleted from your GMAT test record. You can also choose to cancel test later online for a fee of $25

How to send official GMAT Score reports to recipient colleges?

On your GMAT test day at the test center, you will be asked to designate 5 free recipient colleges for your official GMAT score report. For every Additional score report recipient college, candidates will be charged a fee of $35.

Can I choose the GMAT scores that should be sent to the colleges?

No. GMAT does not provide the option to choose the test scores to be sent to the colleges. It is wise to cancel the poor performance scores immediately after the test administration for free or cancel later online for a fee of $25.

 

How long is GMAT score valid?

GMAT score is valid for five years.

How many times is the GMAT administered in a year?

GMAT is a computer adaptive test administered all around the year.

Eligibility criteria for GMAT?

Undergraduate students or working professionals planning to study in the Business schools write the GMAT. Even some of the Graduate schools for programs such as master’s in management accept GMAT score for admissions criteria.

Age is no bar

Not all universities require GMAT scores for admissions. Candidates should check with the rules and guidelines of the university to understand their requirement.

When should I write the GMAT test?

There is no specific time for writing the GMAT test. The undergraduate students can take it during their 3rd year (6th semester) or 4th year (7th semester) in college to apply for MIM program. Undergraduate students or Full-time working professionals should plan to take their GMAT test at least 3 months before the application due dates. If you add another minimum duration of 3 months for GMAT preparation, one should start his/her GMAT preparation 6 months before the application deadline.

How many times can the candidate take GMAT?

In a span of one year, the student is entitled to take GMAT five times. The student can apply for a GMAT once every 16 days. However, the exam limit should not extend for more than five times in a year.

What are the benefits of GMAT?

Most of the reputed Business schools in the USA and around the world consider the GMAT score as a mandatory requirement in the admissions process. This test enables the Business school to assess the Analytical, Verbal & Quantitative ability of the candidates applying. Apart from that, good GMAT score also helps a student have a better chance of earning scholarships.

What is the GMAT Exams Fees Structure?

  • GMAT General Test Fee- $250

Apart from this, the students may need to pay additional charges in the following cases

  • Rescheduling Fee (More than seven days before appointment) – $50
  • Rescheduling Fee (Within seven days of appointment) – $250
  • Cancel Exam (More than seven days before appointment) – $80 refund
  • Cancel Exam (Within seven days of appointment) – No refund

How to register for GMAT?

Interested candidates may register for GMAT through the mail, phone, fax and even online. The candidate may follow the online registration process –

  • The candidate should create an account in the mba.com website
  • Select the Date and Location for Test
  • Make a payment of $250 as registration charge for GMAT Test

Where is the test center for GMAT in UAE?

  • New Horizons CLC – Dubai

The Business Center Bldng, 2nd Flr, 201
Bur Dubai, Khalid Bin Waleed S (Bank S)
Opposite Burjuman Mall
37022 Dubai
United Arab Emirates

  • The Exam Preparation & Testing House FZCO

Suite 703,
7th Floor, Apricot Tower,
300109 Dubai
United Arab Emirates

  • American University of Sharjah

PO Box 26666
Sharjah
United Arab Emirates

  • The UAE Academy

Al Salam Street,
Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Road,
8th St.
6844 Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates

  • New Horizons CLC – Abu Dhabi

AL GHAITH TOWER
9th Floor suit 902
33009 Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates

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Course Syllabus

Arithmetic

a) Properties of Integers
b) Fractions
c) Decimals
d) Real Numbers
e) Ratio & Proportion
f) Percents
g) Power & Roots of Numbers
h) Descriptive Statistics
i) Sets
j) Counting Methods(Permutation & Combination)
k) Discrete Probability

Algebra

a) Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
b) Equations
c) Solving Linear Equations with One Unknown
d) Solving Linear Equations with Two Unknown
e) Solving Equations by Factoring
f) Solving Quadratic Equations
g) Exponents
h) Inequalities
i) Absolute Value
j) Functions

Geometry

a) Lines
b) Intersecting Lines & Angles
c) Perpendicular Lines
d) Parallel Lines
e) Polygons(Convex)
f) Triangles
g) Quadrilaterals
h) Circles
i) Rectangular Solids & Cylinders
j) Coordinate Geometry

Word Problem

a) Rate-Work
b) Time-Speed-Distance
c) Mixture
d) Interest
e) Discount
f) Profit-Loss
g) Sets
h) Geometry
i) Measurement
j) Data Interpretation

Sec A: Assumption

a) Find the Assumption Questions
b) The Negation Technique
c) Evaluate the Argument Questions
d) Flaw Questions

Sec B: Strengthen & Weaken

a) Strengthen the Conclusion Questions
b) Weaken the Conclusion Questions
c) Except Questions

Sec C: Evidence Family

a) Inference Questions
b) Explain a Discrepency
c) Except Questions

Sec D: Complete the Argument

a) Negatively-Worded Claims
b) Alternate Wording

Sec E: Wrong Answer Analysis

a) Out of Scope
b) Reverse Logic
c) The Mix Up

Sec F: Others

a) Describe the Argument
b) Describe the Role

Sec A: Grammar & Meaning
Sec B: Subject-Verb Agreement
Sec C: Parallelism
Sec D: Pronouns
Sec E: Modifiers
Sec F: Verb Tense
Sec G: Mood & Voice
Sec H: Comparisons
Sec I: Idioms
Sec J: Odds & Ends

Section A: TEXTUAL ANALYSIS

a) Inferences, Implications and Suggestions
b) Summaries
c) Analogies
d)Citations

Section B: AUTHOR ANALYSIS

a) Purpose
b) Organization
c) Tone and Attitude

Sec A: Integrated Reasoning Quant
Sec B: Integrated Reasoning Verbal

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