GMAT Test Prep

Test and Certification Preparation Courses

(Graduate Management Admission Test)


NOTE: CSUDH is no longer offering public classes for academic test preparation courses. If you would like to schedule a class for a group of 10 or more, please email extassist@csudh.edu.

Learn key skills and strategies to get the competitive edge on the GMAT. Workshops include a five-point learning advantage developed by the authors of CliffsNotes GMAT®:

  1. expert instruction—benefit from over 22-hours of in-class instruction with leading specialists in the field of test preparation;
  2. assessment—learn to identify your strengths and target your weaknesses;
  3. review—receive instruction about the GMAT content, subject areas, question types, test-taking strategies, scoring and computer-adaptive testing;
  4. class materials—receive a comprehensive textbook with four practice tests, important in-class practice by topic, and online integrated reasoning practice; and
  5. free-repeat policy—repeat the prep class as often as necessary for extra subject-area review.

Topic areas covered on the GMAT are: Math Ability (Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency), Reading Comprehension, Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, Integrated Reasoning, and Analytical Essay Writing Assessment. The book included in the course fee is written by the faculty of BTPS Testing CliffsTestPrep GMAT®.

What to Expect

The GMAT measures the skills you have developed throughout your college career in quantitative, verbal, integrated reasoning and analytical writing assessment. This exam helps graduate business schools evaluate the probability for success in advanced study in an MBA program or other graduate program.

Effective June, 2012 the GMAT lasts approximately 3½ hours and is composed of one 30-minute essay, 37 quantitative multiple-choice questions (75 minutes), and 41 verbal ability multiple-choice questions (75 minutes) and 12 integrated reasoning questions (30 minutes).

Resources

  1. CliffsNotes GMAT® (4 full-length practice tests) – ISBN 978-1118077528
  2. The Official Guide to the GMAT – ISBN 978-1119387473
  3. Official GMAT website: www.mba.com (test information and computer practice tests)

For information and test administration application contact: Graduate Management Admission Council at (800) 717-4628 or GMATCandidateServicesAmericas@pearson.com.


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Taking the Exam

Call Pearson VUE for test application at (800) 717-4628 or go to www.mba.com.

 

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