Whether you're preparing for the GMAT or the GRE, our Group Courses are an excellent way to get to grips with the exams, very quickly.

This course will cover all the core skills you need for the GMAT from A to Z, offering a chance to learn in a fun and stimulating environment and network with like-minded, motivated individuals with similar goals.

The course is designed for those with a basic understanding of the Verbal and Quantitative GMAT sections and the question types: Critical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, and Sentence Correction for the Verbal section, and Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency for the Quantitative section. The course is comprehensive, but does assume that students have some fundamental knowledge of mathematics – are able to do addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with 2-digit integers, are familiar with square roots, and are competent with the “order of operations”. For students who feel less capable in these areas, a “pre-work” packet will be sent to help get them up to speed ahead of the course.

Although specifically focused on the GMAT, our courses are are also relevant for students preparing for the GRE due to the large degree of overlap between GRE concepts and GMAT concepts. The main concept difference between the tests is that the GMAT includes Sentence Correction questions, a category that is not covered on the GRE. GRE students will be given an option to review vocabulary in groups (along with strategies to help maximize their efforts in this area) during GMAT sentence correction time.

The teacher for our GMAT/GRE courses is Craig Cartier, one of Europe’s top GMAT/GRE experts who has been helping clients maximize their potential on the tests for the last decade. With clients accepted to top schools worldwide, including MIT Sloan, Berkeley Haas, Wharton, London Business school, and INSEAD, Craig teaches in an easy-to-follow style, breaking down complex ideas into simple, understandable parts.  He expects his students to be attentive and engaged in class and put in plenty of practice outside of class, and has seen that the combination of dedicated students and the right course/teacher can lead to significant gains in scores.

For more details about the course structure for the GMAT, please click here. For more details of the course structure for the GRE, please click here. To see upcoming course dates and to register, please click the link below:

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NOTE: For 2020 our GMAT/GRE courses will be held online, via Zoom.

October-November GMAT/GRE Group Course

Course Dates:
Friday 30th October - 6pm-8pm
Saturday 31st October - 10am-4.30pm (includes 30 min lunch break)
Sunday 1st November - 10am-4.30pm (includes 30 min lunch break)
Monday 2nd November - 6pm-8pm
Friday 6th November - 6pm-8pm
Saturday 7th November - 10am-4.30pm (includes 30 min lunch break)
Sunday 8th November - 10am-4.30pm (includes 30 min lunch break)
Monday 9th November - 6pm-8pm

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GMAT

This course is targeted at those familiar with the GMAT, who may have done some studying or even taken an official exam, and looking to maximize their score this fall in time for “round 2” applications in January 2021. If you're just starting out with studying for the GMAT, the course is comprehensive and is still ideal for you, but you’ll want to budget time ahead of the course to work on the pre-work packet to help you come in with good momentum.

Our GMAT Courses aim to thoroughly prepare students for the test with:

  • 32 course hours involving active teaching and engaging practice with the GMAT
  • Dynamic course instructor attuned to each student’s individual needs, with a maximum of 8 students on each course
  • All course materials
  • Individualized feedback - including for 2 practice exams
  • Feedback on strengths/weaknesses and suggested study areas after the course

*Note: For 2020 our GMAT/GRE courses will be held online, via Zoom.

GRE

Our GMAT/GRE courses are specifically focused on the GMAT but are also relevant for students preparing for the GRE due to the large degree of overlap between GRE concepts and GMAT concepts.  On the quantitative side, the concept coverage is almost identical.  On the verbal side, the course will cover Sentence Correction questions, a category that is not covered on the GRE.  However, knowledge of sentence structure and separating a main clause out of a complex sentence is a quite useful tool for GRE reading questions, and GRE students will be given an option to review vocabulary in groups (along with strategies to help maximize their efforts in this area) during GMAT sentence correction time.

Our GRE Courses aim to thoroughly prepare students for the test with:

  • 32 course hours involving active teaching and engaging practice with the GMAT
  • Dynamic course instructor attuned to each student’s individual needs, with a maximum of 8 students on each course
  • All course materials
  • Individualized feedback - including for 2 practice exams
  • Feedback on strengths/weaknesses and suggested study areas after the course

*Note: For 2020 our GMAT/GRE courses will be held online, via Zoom.

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