GOALS OF A BOOTCAMPNov 07, 2022
In this blog we’ll explain what the focus and the goals of a bootcamp are.
First, a bootcamp is designed to reconstruct an exam setting. This means working under time pressure, completing questions of varying difficulty and mixing question types. The goal is to get used to spending only 2 minutes per question and to improve your time management.
Strengths & weaknesses
Secondly, you will collect and analyse data on your own performance. The goal is to get to know yourself: what are your strengths and weaknesses? What questions should you spent time on during the GMAT, what questions should you skip? What topics or theory should you repeat?
Lastly, you will learn different strategies to solve GMAT questions more quickly. You might not always be able to solve questions by using the theory. You might not know which theory to apply, you might have forgotten the mathematical rules, or you might get stuck executing them. In these cases, there are several problem-solving strategies you could use instead. The goal is to increase your chances of getting the right answer on questions you struggle with, while also saving time.
Complete your GMAT preparation
After a bootcamp, you will know how to manage your time, analyse your weaknesses and strengths, and apply different problem-solving strategies. Together with the basis from a Quantitative course, you will have all the necessary tools to successfully complete your GMAT preparation. GMAT Amsterdam offers both a Quantitative Bootcamp and Verbal Bootcamp taught by experienced tutors. During these bootcamps, you will learn how to increase your efficiency and your chances of getting the right answer.
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