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How can a GMAT tutor help you?

The GMAT is an examination that measures students' skills in topics such as analytical writing, integrated reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and verbal reasoning. The exam is used by many business schools to determine admissions decisions. If you would like to pursue admittance into the business school you dream about, you will want to do your best on this exam. A skilled GMAT tutor can help you prepare for test day. Varsity Tutors can help you connect with St. Louis, Missouri, GMAT tutors.

The GMAT is given over the course of three-and-a-half hours and is scored between 200 and 800 points; your exam score will be valid for up to five years. The analytical writing section consists of one essay and can be taken in up to half an hour. The integrated reasoning portion contains 12 questions and allows for half an hour The quantitative reasoning section allows for 75 minutes and is 37 questions long. Finally, the verbal reasoning portion also allows you 75 minutes and contains 41 questions. If you need help preparing for this exam, St. Louis GMAT tutoring is a great option.

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GMAT Tutoring review by Frank in St. Louis, MO
We utilized the exam guide and completed the first 12 problem solving exercises. These exercises pointed out a number of areas that the student needs to review. We will systematically cover Arithmetic, Algebra and Geometry topics while simultaneously proceeding to look at both problem solving and data sufficiency problems. I emailed the student a number of exercises to practice his arithmetic skills. Worksheets on Exponents, Averages, ratios, percents and probability. He is to look at the worksheets and complete whatever problems he finds useful.
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GMAT Tutoring review by Sunil in St. Louis, MO
Focused on problem solving questions for the first 90 minutes and data sufficiency for the remaining 30 minutes. He's making progress with elementary algebra, fractions, divisibility rules, and ratios.
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GMAT Tutoring review by Tobias in St. Louis, MO
Reviewed the student's test prep to figure out where she's going wrong and what to work on. She has a solid grasp of the math, but now should spend some time working on strategies until she's comfortable with the strategies. That way she can use many tools to do each problem on the test.
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GMAT Tutoring review by Maureen in St. Louis, MO
The student and I focused on data-sufficiency problems, since that was something he mentioned being challenging for him. We talked through the strategy involved in data sufficiency and created a flow chart. Then we talked about the types of data sufficiency and ways to combat those problems. Then we worked through a few problems together. He said the session was very helpful.
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GMAT Tutoring review by Cheng in St. Louis, MO
The student did a set of high level exam problems before our session. During the session, we tried to review the problems that she didn't get and at the same time we reviewed some general math rules. I will prepare the notes for probability since it is one of the toughest parts in the exam.
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GMAT Tutoring review by Ian in St. Louis, MO
Today we covered Integrated Reasoning. This included going over the general aspects first. Then we explored each of the four types of problems seen in this section by giving an overview of each one, including helpful formulas and strategies, then proceeding to practice problems.
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