For students interested in just obtaining a topic-specific GMAT review (i.e. Math or Verbal), we quantize our full 50 or 75-hr Concordia GMAT Bootcamp course into Three (3) weekend-based topic specific GMAT course modules spread out over Three (3) consecutive weekends.
The content of the third of these course modules, Verbal Reasoning I (VR-I), is spread out over – Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday – Four (4) consecutive Days. Collectively, these 4 days will provide students with a detailed review of the three (3) main Verbal question types tested on the exam; Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension. It will also include a review of the two (2) other scored sections on the exam; the Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) section and the new Integrated Reasoning (IR) section.
In each of the main Verbal sections, we begin by reviewing all the relevant Verbal theory (i.e. Grammar Rules, Argument Theory, etc.) as well as introduce a Standardized Technique, a Process or an Approach for working through each of these major question types. We then systematically apply these Standardized techniques to all the major Verbal question types at all levels of question difficulty.
30hr Complete Verbal Reasoning Course Structure
|3. Verbal Reasoning I (30hr)|
|End of 30hr Module|
|Pre-GMAT Verbal Refresher|
|V1 – Intro to Verbal / Sentence Correction (15hr)|
|V2 – Critical Reasoning / Reading Comprehension (15hr)|
|+Integrated Reasoning (IR)|
|+Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)|