What course do i need?
The GMAT is not just about your mathematical skills or your level of English. It mainly focuses on reasoning skills. Therefore, our courses are designed to make you understand the logic behind GMAT problems. The courses and our additional services will help you with your preparation for the GMAT exam, by providing all the theory and tips and tricks that you need to get the score you are aiming for.
Below you will be given an overview of the courses we advise you to take, based on the GMAT score you are aiming for. The Essential courses will help you with your GMAT preparation and give you an overview of your knowledge and skills so far. The Additional courses will help you increase your knowledge and improve your GMAT skills in order to (further) improve your results.
550 – 600 score
For a 550 – 600 score, you will need to study quite hard, as respectively only about 50% and 38% of all test takers achieve that score. Of course you need to know all the required theory, but to pass the GMAT you will also have to practise lots of questions and focus on your time management strategy. To save time and improve results, we recommend taking the following courses:
600 – 650 score
A 600 – 650 score is above average, which means that this score requires some extra work, time and determination. When you aim for a 600 – 650 score, we advise you to take our recommended courses to get an overview of your knowledge and skills. We also recommend taking a few 1-on-1 sessions for some extra directed practise afterwards.
A 650+ score is considered reasonably high as only few actually manage to achieve this score at the GMAT. We therefore offer a special 1-on-1 elite program in addition to our Essential courses. Depending on your current level, we recommend considering our Additional courses as well.
If you are not good at math or if you haven’t practised math for some time, we would advise you to participate in our Basic Math course. This course gives you an overview of the basic math rules and helps you to solve quant problems quicker. This course can be taken before or during your Quantitative course.
If you are not sure about how to start or proceed with your self-study you can sign up for our Self-Study course, which will help you progress to the next level of GMAT knowledge.
The Bootcamp exam training is part of the regular Bootcamp. The difference is that the exam training skips the theoretical parts and focuses mostly on guided practising and completing timed sets. This course is a great additional GMAT training after taking our Essential courses.