First, you must learn the foundation of knowledge necessary for the GMAT exam. This includes
the basic math, grammar, reading, and reasoning skills.
For students aiming to score over 600, you need to know advanced topics such as standard deviation, probability and quadratic equations.
Once you learn the fundamentals, we teach you the strategies to apply this knowledge to attack the GMAT (the most challenging standardized test in the world). We've developed these advanced strategies over the last 10 years by consulting with leading GMAT tutors and college professors.
The prep guide is designed so that you can skim areas less necessary or focus on more important material. You can be finished in 5 hours for a quick refresh, or up to 30 hours if you want to cover every page and do hundreds of practice questions.
Course includes over 100 instructional videos
Dr. Stergious Alexandris
Yale BA, MIT PhD Math, GMAT: 800 (51 Quant , 48 Verbal)
Learn the basics. 800score includes over 400 pages of basic and advanced information on reading comp, math, grammar and critical reasoning. Everything is easily browsable and sortable with different skill levels of content for your ability level.
Get strategized. Learn dozens of test-taking strategies sorted online for easy use and browsing. Course includes specific strategies for non-native English speakers and students aiming for a 600+ score.
Identify Trick Questions. Take hundreds of sample questions to directly reinforce our techniques to beat the GMAT's most challenging questions. All questions feature in-depth explanations so that you can learn from your mistakes.
Use graphics, videos and visuals.800score's course is unique with its heavy use of cartoons, animation and graphics to help teach complex concepts. Here are examples from the course:
800score Three-Step Method to Sentence Correction Questions:
Grammar is about the structure of sentences. 800score uses structural graphics
to teach you how sentences work
and make it interesting.
Abstract concepts should be taught using graphics to help you visualize
concepts and strategies.
The 800score Reading Comprehension 5-Step Method
1.Classify the Passage Is this a persuasive essay or a descriptive one? Is it science or humanities?
2. Break down each paragraph
Look for main idea, tone and transitions.
3. See the Organization
Make a mental road map of the essay and/or draw out a map structure on your dry erase scratch paper.
4. Find the Big Idea
Look for unusual language that makes an important point.
Pay special attention to the first and last paragraphs.
5. Diagnose the author's purpose
Look for intention in the essay.