Dominate GMAT Verbal - Comprehensive GMAT Verbal Prep Course
What you'll learn
- By the end of this course, you will know everything covered on the verbal section of the GMAT and be equipped with the knowledge base and test-taking strategies to dominate the verbal section of the GMAT
- In this course, you will learn the six most commonly-tested points of English grammar tested on the GMAT: Subject-verb agreement; Pronouns; Modifiers; Parallelism; Idioms; and Verb tenses
- In this course, you will also learn the parts of an argument, common patterns of arguments, how to find assumptions, and overall how to answer every kind of question tested in GMAT Critical Reasoning questions
- Finally, in this course you will learn how to effectively read GMAT Reading Comprehension passages, identify common wrong answer types, determine the author's main point, and overall put yourself in a position to get right answers on even the most challenging reading comprehension passages
- There are no pre-requisites or required course materials. As suggested in the course description, you might consider purchasing the GMAT Official Guide.
Did you have trouble comprehending War and Peace? Are you just as likely to misplace your modifiers as you are to misplace your car keys? Does the idea of dissecting a logical argument make you break out in a cold sweat? Fear not! This comprehensive GMAT Verbal Course teaches all of the most relevant content and test-taking strategies for the three types of GMAT verbal questions: Sentence Correction; Reading Comprehension; and Critical Reasoning.
“After taking Brett’s course, my GMAT score rose nearly 100 points and I was accepted into both graduate programs that I applied to. I highly recommend this course to anyone looking to increase their score!” — Nick Rodriguez, Denver, CO
Here's what's included with the course and what makes it so effective:
Over six (6) hours of cutting-edge instructional videos, accessible on demand, that cover every major content area and question type tested on the verbal section of the GMAT
Thorough English grammar review covering the "Big 6" grammar categories that appear most often on Sentence Corrections -- perfect for non-native and native English speakers alike!
Six Sentence Correction worksheets -- one for each of the "Big 6" grammar categories -- to enable you to apply what you're learning in the video lessons
A Critical Reasoning worksheet containing a dozen additional practice problems to enable you to apply what you're learning in the video lessons
A Reading Comprehension worksheet with five passages and 16 total questions to enable you to apply what you're learning in the video lessons
Supplemental concept lessons providing nuanced content and strategies for each of the major GMAT verbal question types
Note: For additional practice questions and instructional material, we recommend that you purchase the GMAT Official Guide. It's the only book on the market with real former GMAT questions. Additionally, the GMAC offers two free full-length GMAT practice tests via their website. You will be prompted as to when you should take those two tests in the "Supplemental Materials" sections throughout the course.
Who this course is for:
- This course is appropriate for all levels of prospective business school students, including students with a high level of verbal proficiency who are shooting to score in the 700's on the GMAT, as well as non-native English speakers who really need to zero in on the most important aspects of GMAT verbal to improve their chances of getting as many right answers as possible.
After graduating from Duke University with a degree in Public Policy, Brett Ethridge spent two years in Madagascar doing community health education with the U.S. Peace Corps. Upon his return to the States, he helped launch a PR/marketing firm in Washington, D.C. before heading to business school where he earned a MA in International Finance from the University of Denver. While in school he caught the entrepreneurship bug: In addition to founding Dominate the GMAT, Brett also operates successful nutrition and stock trading businesses. He is a huge Duke basketball fan, an avid tennis players, and an outdoor sports enthusiast.
Brett is also proud to be an Associate Member of AIGAC, the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants.