GMAT Testing Strategies
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The GMAT has 78 Right Answers surrounded by 312 wrong answers.
Learn Multiple-Choice Math
Testing for the Public has developed strategies for our GMAT classes that are designed to find the Right Answer, rather than waste time eliminating wrong answers.
You will learn how questions are written, edited, and disguised in the answer grid.
You will be able to use this knowledge to find the Right Answer and reassure yourself that it is the Right Answer.
The GMAT has one 75-minute Quantitative section with 37 items. Approximately one-half will be five-option multiple-choice math items.
Learn How Little Data is Sufficient
Testing for the Public boils down the basic math facts into three simple pages. Students enrolled in our GMAT Courses will also have online access to a full color printable Math Facts library with slide shows reviewing Arithmetic, Geometry, and Algebra.
Much more importantly, it shows students how the answer grid includes the Right Answer, as well as the predictable wrong answers.
You will learn to use this simple fact to attack multiple-choice math items.
You can learn to avoid stupid mistakes and discover how the wrong answers point to the Right Answer
Whatever your math ability, multiple-choice math strategies can raise your GMAT Quantitative score.
The GMAT has one 75-minute Quantitative section with 37 items. Approximately one-half will be five-option data sufficiency items.
Look for the GMAT Grammar
Testing for the Public shows how the format of the data sufficiency items makes them easy to solve. Since you are only given two statements to evaluate, the format is as important as the basic math.
You will learn how to take advantage of the inherent limitations of the data suficiency format.
You will learn how to take advantage of the temptation to pick "C".
The GMAT has one 75-minute Verbal section with 41 questions, including approximately one-third sentence correction items.
Read Efficiently to Learn More
Testing for the Public has identified the major grammar issues tested, as well as the stylistic choices favored on the GMAT. In addition, it shows how the subtle choices among the answers can be used to focus your attention on the crucial difference between a wrong answer and the Right Answer.
Students enrolled in our GMAT prep classes will also have online access to a full color printable Grammar Guide library with slide shows reviewing GMAT Grammar Issues.
You will learn to spot the common GMAT grammer errors, as well as the idioms that are preferred.
You will also learn to spot a sentence that has no errors.
The GMAT has one 75-minute Verbal section with 41 questions, including three or four reading comprehension passages.
Clarify your Critical Reasoning
Testing for the Public recognizes that these passages are often boring and unnecessarily complicated.
You will learn how to quickly find the relevant information in the passage and ignore the irrelevant distractions.
You will discover how the questions point to the Right Answer.
The GMAT has one 75-minute Verbal section with 41 questions, including approximately one-third critical reasoning questions.
Learn to Avoid Bias
Testing for the Public has examined every critical reasoning question that has appeared on the GMAT since 1980. Clear patterns have emerged for different types of questions with the same types of answers.
You will learn how to quickly dissect the reasoning presented in each paragraph.
You can combine your understanding of basic logic with our advanced strategies to discover how the wrongs answers point to the Right Answer.
The GMAT has questions and passages about women and minority groups that are inserted to satisfy diversity specifications.
Testing for the Public has discovered that these materials actually present potential obstacles for the very applicants that are supposedly reassured by these passages.
You will learn how to recognize potential bias in the answer choices.
Our strategies are designed to directly confront such potential bias.
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Once you enroll in a GMAT class, you may attend any GMAT prep class offered by Testing for the Public, under our unconditional Free Repeat Policy.