Best Practices for GMAT Preparation: Quantitative Reasoning

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Jun 30, 2013 Comments Off on Best Practices for GMAT Preparation: Quantitative Reasoning

Tuesday, July 16, 2013, 12:30 – 1:30pm

Studying for the GMAT?  Then you likely are experience frustration with the intense quantitative section of the test that many prepare for as soon as they make the decision to get their MBA.  The Quantitative section of the GMAT measures the ability to reason quantitatively, solve quantitative problems, and interpret graphic data.  Jeffrey Miller, Head quantitative instructor at Target Test Prep, will lead this informative webinar designed to assist you in preparing for the most widely used MBA admissions test.

The webinar will include:
1) An overview of the GMAT as well as best practices to take when studying for the GMAT.

2) A detailed look into the quantitative section of the GMAT including example GMAT questions and explanations.

3) Opportunity to ask Jeff any questions about your personal situation regarding business school.

One lucky registrant will receive one free hour of tutoring from Target Test Prep!

Jeffrey Miller is the head quantitative instructor for Target Test Prep, an international GMAT preparation company based in the United States. He has taught hundreds of students from the United States, Switzerland, Singapore, and Hong Kong. Jeff’s students are well represented as schools such as Wharton, Booth, Stamford, and Stern.

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