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What can San Francisco-Bay Area GMAT prep cover?

When you take the GMAT, you are given about 3.5 hours to complete four different sections: Integrated Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and the Analytical Writing Assessment. A wide range of skills is measured through multiple-choice and essay questions, which may motivate you to search for a qualified instructor to prepare with. Though there are three sequence variations in which you may arrange the sections, let's start with the Quantitative Reasoning portion.

You have 62 minutes to tackle the 31 questions on the Quantitative Reasoning section of this test. There are two types of problems, including data sufficiency and problem-solving. These questions serve to measure your ability to interpret graphic data, solve quantitative problems, and use logical and analytical reasoning. Though you need some basic knowledge of subjects like geometry, arithmetic, and elementary algebra, this portion of the GMAT primarily focuses on your ability to apply your skills than the math skills themselves.

The Integrated Reasoning section spans 12 questions and features graphics interpretation, two-part analysis, table analysis, and multi-source reasoning questions. Overall, this section provides business schools a look at your ability to synthesize, combine, manipulate, organize, and evaluate different information to solve complex problems. Many of the questions will ask for multiple answers. During this section, you will have access to a basic calculator. You will have 30 minutes to complete it.

There are 36 questions on the Verbal Reasoning section, which allows you 65 minutes to complete it. Though you won't need specific subject knowledge to solve these questions, you will need to have strong critical reasoning, reading comprehension, and sentence correction skills. The reading comprehension questions focus on your understanding of logical relationships, application, inference, structural, and similar skills. Critical reasoning focuses on your ability to form, evaluate, and present arguments and plans of action.

The Analytical Writing Assessment allows 30 minutes to read, analyze, and respond to a given argument. Your thoughts will need to be organized, articulate, and concise while using evidence found in the argument. Time management is a crucial component of this section.

How can I benefit from different types of San Francisco-Bay Area GMAT prep?

Since different students have different learning styles, we aim to find you study resources that are conducive to your educational needs. You can choose to sign up for an online San Francisco Bay GMAT prep class or opt for in-person or online private tutoring. If you'd prefer, you can even choose both. Read on to learn more about how tutoring or a prep class could bring efficiency to your test review efforts.

If you're interested in taking a GMAT course, our educational consultants can help you sign up for online instruction led by a knowledgeable mentor in a classroom-like environment. With new sessions starting every week, you can opt to participate in 2-week or 4-week San Francisco-Bay Area GMAT preparation sessions. Online interactive sessions allow you to work alongside your peers from your laptop, so you can study anywhere you like.

These collaborative online classes allow you to review with an expert instructor who has been thoroughly vetted. Working alongside other students can allow you to engage in discussions that focus on aspects of the exam that you may not have thought to prepare for on your own. Your instructor can expand on the skills you'll need on the GMAT while introducing you and your peers to techniques that can help you arrive at the proper solution. They can walk your class through isolation strategies that can help eliminate incorrect answer choices for a problem or review practice questions to provide a demonstration of these techniques. If you need more help with a concept or skill, you can take advantage of one-on-one time with your class instructor.