GMAT Preparation is a two-day seminar that exploits the GMAT's standardised and predictable nature and helps students recognise traps and eliminate wrong answers. It uses elements from game theory, logic, and even common sense to deconstruct the test and manage its multiple-choice format. Of course, the seminar also focuses on basic grammar and arithmetic skills. It provides smart test-taking strategies and time management skills enabling participants to 'beat the curve'. The programme is held in the MBA building and participants will have the opportunity to interact socially with current MBA participants after class.
The fact that many participants are not native English speakers is taken into account. It shows non-natives where they have advantages, for example, by more easily recognising and eliminating emotionally charged answer choices. The weekend seminar has successfully lifted numerous applicants over the 650 hurdle and has been cited as useful and efficient practice by members of the current and former MBA classes.
Who is it for?
two-day preparation course is suitable for those GMAT takers who have
completed at least 10 hours of self study and one practice test. The
course is not designed for complete beginners.
Download an example schedule here.
|May 25/26, 2013||CHF 350||Register here|
|July 20/21, 2013||CHF 350||Register here|