#### About GMAT Amsterdam

GMAT Amsterdam is well known for years of GMAT experience. We have helped hundreds of students and professionals with different backgrounds to achieve the GMAT score they 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.

Everyone studying for the GMAT needs to achieve a different GMAT score, based on the minimum score required by the school they’re applying to. Our courses provide you with all the necessary information and tools to help you prepare for the GMAT in the most efficient way. The Quantitative and Verbal section are equally important, therefore we strongly advice you to follow both courses.

#### Online courses

The Quantitative course gives you a complete overview of the theory and question types that you need to know. The course also provides you with lots of tips, tricks and short-cuts, which will help you achieve the score you need, provided you have a matching verbal result and spent enough time studying by yourself.

The Verbal course helps understand the various verbal topics, and apply tricks and strategies to the various questions. lt also provides great insight into the various types of answer options to the questions asked during the GMAT. This course is a great time-saver, but a bare necessity for some.

#### Quantitative course

In 5 sessions of 4 hours, the GMAT Quantitative Course covers all the relevant topics you need to know for this section of the GMAT. You will learn the necessary tools for solving arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis problems in the two main GMAT quant question types: Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency.

An experienced teacher will explain all the theory in a clear and structured way and guide you through corresponding practice exercises of various difficulties. In addition, you will be taught strategies, tricks and shortcuts to increase your answering efficiency, as well as time management.

The course includes teaching materials (sent to you by mail), extensive homework instructions and clear guidance for self-study after the course. It is our goal to offer you the best GMAT Quant preparation, teach you the quickest solving method for each type of question and help you achieve your highest possible Quant score.

As an online attendant, you will be able to participate actively in the course, by answering the practise questions through our online stream programme. You can also ask your questions to our moderator.

### Characteristics of the GMAT Quantitative course

- Development of your GMAT skills
- Complete overview of the theory
- Learn how to solve GMAT problems
- Helps making your preparation structured and efficient
- Strategy and time management
- Learn the best tricks and shortcuts

- Intro GMAT
- Data Sufficiency Strategy
- Odds & Evens
- Positives & Negatives
- Fractions
- Decimals
- Digits

- Linear Equations
- Factorisation
- Exponents
- Roots
- Power Equations
- Exponential Equations
- Combo Equations
- Inequalities
- Combo Inequalities
- Sequences

- Divisibility & Primes
- Remainders
- Greatest Common Factor & Least Common Multiple
- Probability
- Statistics
- Sets

- Word Problems
- Rates
- Overlapping Sets
- Percents
- Ratios
- Algebraic Translation
- Choose Smart Numbers
- Make a Chart

- Geometry
- Lines & Angles
- Triangles
- Quadrilaterals
- Regular Polygons
- Cubes & Rectangular Solids
- Circles
- Cylinders
- Coordinate Plane
- Self Study Program
- Time Management
- Test Day Tips

#### Verbal Course

The GMAT Verbal course is specifically designed to help you understand the basics of the Verbal section of the GMAT. During 4 sessions of 2,5 hours, we will cover all three Verbal problem types that appear on the GMAT: Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension. We will teach you how to analyse these problems and discuss tricks and strategies in order to increase your answering efficiency. The course gives structure to your preparation and optimizes your performance in the Verbal section.

The groups are small and the interactive character of the groups also creates the opportunity to freely discuss problems and ask lots of questions.

The course includes teaching materials, extensive homework instructions and clear guidance for self-study after the course. Our goal is to get you to the point where you recognize the problems and are able to solve them yourself, in order to achieve your highest possible Verbal score.

### Characteristics of the GMAT Verbal course:

- Development of your GMAT skills
- Complete overview of the theory
- Learn how to solve GMAT problems
- Helps making your preparation structured and efficient
- Strategy and time management
- Learn the best tricks and shortcuts

The first session will start with a short introduction, followed by an explanation of the first of the three Verbal problem types that appear on the GMAT – Sentence Correction. Next we will discuss the different Sentence Correction question types.

### Sentence Correction Question Types

- Verb Tenses
- Subjects & Verbs
- Pronouns

### Sentence Correction Question Types

- Parallels
- Comparisons
- Modifiers
- Idioms

In this session we will look at the second of the three Verbal problem types that appear on the GMAT – Critical Reasoning. First we will discuss Argument Analysis and teach a general Critical Reasoning answering strategy. Next we will run through and practice with the different Critical Reasoning question types.

### Critical Reasoning Question Types

- Strengthen & Weaken
- Assumption
- Paradox & Discrepancy
- Evaluate the Argument
- Boldface
- Inference
- Complete the Argument

In this session we will look at the third of the three Verbal problem types that appear on the GMAT – Reading Comprehension. First we will discuss Passage Analysis and teach a general Reading Comprehension answering strategy. Next we will run through and practice with the different Reading Comprehension question types.

### Reading Comprehension Question Types

- Main Idea
- Supporting Ideas
- Inferences
- Application
- Logical Structure & Organization
- Evaluation