GMAT Reading Comprehension- A guide to absolute beginners
- 3.5 hours on-demand video
- 1 downloadable resource
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- By the end of this course, you will be equipped with all the necessary tools to crack the most tough section of GMAT verbal exam-Reading Comprehension.
- My unique approach of linking Movie concepts to GMAT Reading Comprehension makes the session interesting and will help you to definitely master GMAT Reading Comprehension.
- In this course you will learn how to draw an analogy between movies and GMAT Reading Comprehension by applying my '3 point formula'
- At the end, you will be able to a) Comprehend the passage full, fast and accurate and b) arrive at correct answers even to most difficult questions
- There are no pre requisites to this course, anyone who can understand English can enroll for this course
1) 3 hours of comprehensive coverage covering all the minute details of GMAT Reading Comprehension
2) Solving 3 real time GMAT passages by comprehending the passage para to para and representing it pictorially by paraphrasing technique and applying it to solve the complex GMAT questions ( Unique method)
3) Diluting complex concepts of GMAT Reading Comprehension and making it easier so that even an amateur can understand it
4) Applying the concepts of movies to GMAT reading comprehension and making it more interesting and fun
5) Extensive coverage of examples wherever required to get a good grasp of the concepts
6) Most importantly the transferable skills one gets to crack GMAT Critical Reasoning by learning GMAT Reading Comprehension thereby preparing for GMAT Reading Comprehension will automatically make you to crack GMAT Critical Reasoning Section with ease.
- Students who can understand basic English, Native speakers of English, Non native speakers of English, Students willing to get a high percentile in any competitive exam, GMAT aspirants aiming for 700+ in GMAT, MBA students