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How can a Seattle GMAT class help me prepare?

The GMAT is a four-part exam, which tests you in a variety of areas related to business. The sections of the exam are the Analytical Writing Assessment, the Integrated Reasoning section, the Quantitative Reasoning section, and the Verbal Reasoning section. These four parts may be given to students in three different sequences.

For some, the Analytical Writing Assessment will be first. This section is an essay section, where test-takers must answer one essay question in 30 minutes. This tests a student's abilities to write clearly and concisely, to express their thoughts effectively, to identify and analyze important aspects of an argument, and to read and evaluate a provided argument. Test-takers can earn between a zero and a six on this section, with a six being the highest possible score.

Next, the Integrated Reasoning section is a 12 question portion, where test-takers are allowed 30 minutes to complete the questions. The Integrated Reasoning section tests individuals on their abilities to read data, interpret graphs, analyze information, and so on. To prepare for this section, a GMAT class can help you learn how to solve problems using data, how to combine information from multiple sources to solve a complex problem, or how to analyze tables and graphics.

The Quantitative Reasoning section of the GMAT is a 62-minute section, with 31 multiple choice questions. Test-takers can earn a score as high as a 60 on this section, or as low as a zero. Most people earn between a six and a 51 on the Quantitative Reasoning portion. When taking this section, you will be tested on your problem-solving skills and your understanding of data.

The final section of the GMAT is the Verbal Reasoning section. This section tests individuals on their reading comprehension, their critical reasoning, and their sentence correction skills. This 36 question section allows 65 minutes for test-takers to complete and is scored on a scale of zero to 60.

What can a Seattle GMAT class cover?

Enrolling in a GMAT class has many benefits. The class you take can cover all four sections of the GMAT, allowing you to be as well rounded and prepared as possible as your test date approaches. The GMAT classes we can set you up with are online, interactive, and live. This way, you can communicate with your instructor and your peers in real time. Individuals who learn best in groups may enjoy what a GMAT class has to offer.

With a Seattle GMAT course, you can ask questions and receive replies immediately. You can utilize a course as a way to get the most out of your GMAT test prep. Don't hesitate to take advantage of the live platform to go more in-depth when studying certain sections. Whether you struggle with the Quantitative Reasoning portion of the GMAT, or your confidence is shaky in the Analytical Writing Assessment section, a Seattle GMAT course can help you gain a better grasp of your study materials.

Where can I enroll in a Seattle GMAT class?

As a busy individual, the flexibility of an online Seattle GMAT class has many perks. You can study in any location with internet access that is convenient for your needs. You can study from home, your local library, your school campus, your office, or even your favorite coffee shop. You might want to work in a distraction-free environment for the most beneficial sessions possible. Not only can you learn from any location, but you can also learn at almost any time. There are GMAT classes during the day, during the evenings, and on the weekends. New sections also start every week, so you can start sessions at your earliest convenience. Classes take place over two weeks or four weeks, depending on the schedule you choose. Learn at your pace, on your terms, from your favorite location.