GMAT Prep Strategy & Study Material

GMAT   GMAT FAQ Home Contact Us LOGIN Shopping Cart
About Us | Forum | MBA | Blog | Tutoring | Free Stuff | Products | Order
  Student Login
Classroom Courses Distance Courses Full Length Tests Math Tests Verbal Tests eLessons
About Distance Course Distance Course FAQ Compare Distance Courses Top 10 Reasons  

Welcome to the #1 distance course program for GMAT preparation, utilizing the best GMAT simulated tests, eLessons, and readings in the industry. Free! GMAT Score Verbal Course (With the purchase of 30-Day and 60-Day courses)
Compare the 30-day and 60-day courses.


Free Official Guide

11th Edition
(With the purchase of 30 or 60 day course)


This is one of the few courses that trains you on all the challenging topics covered on the GMAT exam, paving your path to a high score.
  Choose the 30-day total immersion course if:

you are pressed for time and you need to submit your GMAT scores for admission deadlines
you prefer a total immersion program

you can allot 4-5 hours per day befor your GMAT preparation

you want your GMAT preparation time to not extend beyond 30 – 45 days from start to finish

you prefer a compressed course format to an extended format
  Buy Now
  Choose the 60-day course if:

you want a rigorous course, but can spare only 2.5 – 3 hours per day on an average for your GMAT preparation

you prefer a more relaxed pace than the ‘total immersion’ program, and would rather let the material sink-in

your work or other commitments do not allow you to adopt a total-immersion approach for the GMAT

you are not constrained by your admission deadlines to submit your scores for at least 75 days after starting the course

you prefer an extended course format to a compressed format

you want more time to interact with the course administrators
  Buy Now
After registering for the course, some of the tasks that will get you started, organized, and up-and-running in no-time are:

Chart your time-table according to our recommended course schedule
Allocate time wisely and efficiently

Interact with your course administrator through your personal message center
Use the resources from your dashboard (download center)
Test pacing and timing strategies

During the courses, you will be exposed to a variety of math strategies and questions, which include:

In-depth, subject-wise review of all GMAT math concepts
Practical math solving strategies and math revision

GMAT strategies in math: substitution, elimination, intelligent guessing, and eyeballing
Effectively tackling Data Sufficiency questions

Comprehensive eLessons for tough math topics tested on the GMAT: permutations and combinations, probability, statistics, probability, and geometry

The courses will cover all the verbal strategies and essay writing skills that are required to score high in the GMAT test:

Logic, logic diagramming, deduction, and critical reasoning of passages
Sentence correction basics (grammar review)

Types of sentence correction questions and how to tackle them

Synthesizing ideas and concepts from reading comprehension passages

Using intelligent process of elimination (POE) for verbal questions

Learning to recognize irrelevant, out of scope, and other wrong answer types among questions

Writing clear and concise essays using effective structure
The courses use a variety of instructional tools, methods, and strategies:

Problem-sets and drills after readings (with answers and detailed explanations)

Diagnostic test

Math tests: Problem Solving (PS), Data Sufficiency (DS), and PS-DS

Verbal tests: Sentence Correction (SC), Reading Comprehension (RC), and Critical Reasoning (CR)
Full-length tests
Final test

GMAT Score messaging center (with image file uploading)
GMAT Score Dashboard
GMAT Score Download Center

The GMAT is an exam where you can train, practice, and prepare to do well. Contrary to what others may tell you, the GMAT is not an intelligence test and is not a test of your innate abilities. However, there are no detours, no condensed recipes, and no insidious capsules to raise your GMAT scores. Reading a ‘100-page secrets’ report is not going to get you anywhere on the high percentile.

To tame the GMAT, you have to labor and study with the right tools and material organized to produce the correct regimen, given your goals and time constraints. You have to study hard, but you also have to study intelligently

Even in Rome at its most barbaric, there was a right way and a wrong way to throw a man to the beasts.

William Grimes, The New York Times, Dec 9, 2005

A good GMAT score cannot get you into a top-ranked MBA program, but a mediocre GMAT score can certainly keep you out of one! A top-ranked MBA program likes and wants to accept applicants with high GMAT scores (provided other requirements are met) because this boosts the average GMAT score of its incoming class, which feeds its ranking, which helps it be more selective…(did you notice the virtuous cycle?)

GMAT Score courses are ideal for students who want to get it right the first time, and want to study diligently to get a high score in their first (and probably their last) attempt at the GMAT.

If you are looking to rehabilitate your previous GMAT score to be able to apply to more competitive MBA programs, GMAT Score courses can help you immensely. If you have already taken the GMAT test, we can help you can score higher than in your previous, perhaps abortive, attempts. GMAT Score courses will help you Identify your weak areas, if you have not already done so. Most MBA programs will use your highest score, so the number of your attempts on your GMAT will not be held against you.

GMAT Score courses are test-centric. Many courses purport teaching the strategies, and leave test taking and practicing under real test conditions as an afterthought or a take home; in GMAT Score courses, you start taking tests in the first week. You learn by taking tests, by looking at your mistakes you made in these tests, and by understanding how to avoid these pitfalls. You take a look at the detailed solutions, tips and tricks, and train under simulated test conditions designed to mimic the real test as closely as possible. Just like a pilot in training who goes through hundreds of hard landings in a flight simulator in order to perfect the soft landing we expect and take for granted, so you will train till you feel comfortable and confident in tackling all topics covered on the GMAT exam.

If, as we taxied out, there had been an emergency that required help from ground personnel, crash trucks and ambulances with their lights flashing would have raced to where we had stopped. From his console, the instructor can crank up the wind speed and change its direction. When he does, the blowing snow and the wind sock react to the changes. It's so real I felt cold. While we accelerated down the runway, the snow blew back—realistically—and we rotated and began to climb. As far as I was concerned, we were flying.

As Real as it Gets, by Tom Benenson, flying a $15 million flight simulator, June 2001

 Test Features | About Us | How to Buy | Links | About GMAT | Site Map | Privacy Policy | *GMAT Trademark | News | Feedback
    Submit Your Comments | Affiliates | Careers | Resources | Essay Grading | Support   |  +1 617 229 5146
Copyright © 2009 GMAT Score. All Rights reserved.   
GMATŪ is a registered trademark of the Graduate Management Admission CouncilŪ. The Graduate Management Admission CouncilŪ does not endorse, nor is it affiliated in any way with the owner or any content of this web site.