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If you're hoping to get into the University of Central Florida College of Business Administration, Varsity Tutors can set you up with an Orlando GMAT course. The GMAT, or Graduate Management Admission Test, was specifically designed to determine one's potential and ability to succeed in an MBA program. Thousands of MBA and Masters degree programs use the GMAT for admission decisions as it is a proven predictor of a student's ability to succeed in a graduate-level business or management program. Therefore, it is vital to make sure you have earned the highest score possible on your GMAT. An Orlando GMAT course can be an excellent tool for students and working professionals who want to review the skills necessary to do well.
The GMAT consists of four distinct sections, all of which evaluate critical thinking and reasoning skills in a different manner. The Analytical Writing Assessment measures how to evaluate an argument provided in written form. The Integrated Reasoning section assesses your capacity to analyze and combine information. The section on Quantitative Reasoning evaluates your ability to solve problems and judge data sufficiency. The final section, which is Verbal Reasoning, judges reading comprehension, critical thinking, and sentence revision skills. All of these skills and more can be covered in an Orlando GMAT course.
What can I learn in an Orlando GMAT course?
Your prep course instructor will make sure to go over all of the ins and outs of the GMAT. For example, when you arrive at your GMAT testing location, you'll need to make a few important decisions in a short amount of time. You'll need to already know what schools you want your scores sent to, the sequence you wish to take your GMAT sections in, and whether or not you want your unofficial score recorded at the end of your exam. Talking about these decisions in your classes with your peers and instructor can help alleviate the stress of trying to do it on exam day.
Additionally, an Orlando GMAT class can go further into depth about the various sections of the GMAT. Let's take a closer look at the different sections.
The Analytical Writing Assessment only consists of one question and you must finish within 30 minutes. This section is mainly evaluating your overall writing ability and how well you are able to organize and express your thoughts to support your ideas. You do not need prior knowledge of the topic found in this section since this section doesn't require you to create an argument. You only have to read an argument and determine if it has used the provided evidence correctly. Working on these skills in conjunction with other students can help you by providing peer editing opportunities and constructive criticism.
You are allotted half an hour to complete the 12 questions found in the Integrated Reasoning section. Your prep course can guide you and your peers through the process of analyzing various sources of information to recognize discrepancies and answer multi-step problems. This section requires you to answer all parts of a problem correctly to receive any credit for the question. Practicing working through these kinds of problems quickly and efficiently will be the best way to prepare for this part of the exam.
The Quantitative Reasoning section has 31 questions which you must answer within a 62-minute time frame. In your prep course, you'll be able to practice the data sufficiency and problem-solving skills necessary to score well in this section. Participating in a group activity which allows you to do this in a collaborative manner can help you with knowledge retention. You will need to brush up your basic algebra, geometry, and arithmetic skills for this portion of the exam.
The Verbal Reasoning section is the longest section with 36 questions and a 65-minute time limit. Your prep course can help you hone your reading comprehension skills with discussions on how to find the main ideas of a passage and use supporting evidence to draw conclusions. You will also want to practice your ability to determine the strength or weakness of an argument.
What are the benefits of an Orlando GMAT prep course?
When you sign up for an online prep course with Varsity Tutors, you gain access to interactive, collaborative discussions with both your peers and expert instructor. This provides you with a structured learning environment which you can access anywhere you can find a computer and high-speed internet. Our live virtual platform allows you to see and hear your instructor as if he or she is sitting in front of you. Additionally, we ensure you are being taught by only the best teachers with our rigorous and strict interview process. If you need any extra help beyond what is covered in your course, you can have one-on-one time set aside to work with your teacher on the area you need help understanding.
When you sign up, you have the option of choosing between a two-week course and a four-week course. We have new class sessions beginning each week so you can get started immediately. Fitting your class sessions into your schedule is extremely convenient. In addition to being convenient, working in a group setting helps you save money.
How do I enroll in an Orlando GMAT class?
When you choose Varsity Tutors for your GMAT review, we make it signing up extra help simple and highly accessible. With the option to sign up whenever you're ready and fit class sessions into your schedule in the timeframe you choose, there's no reason why you can't fit exceptional GMAT instruction into your schedule.
You've already invested a lot of time and effort into your academic and professional career. Doing well on the GMAT will demonstrate your commitment and ability to succeed in your chosen MBA program. Invest in yourself by calling Varsity Tutors and letting us set you up with an Orlando GMAT class that meets all of your needs so you can start working towards your business and management goals today.
Phillip: Orlando GMAT course instructor
It is a core belief of mine that if you are passionate about the pursuit of knowledge it is critical to express that passion by sharing the knowledge that you have gained with others so that they too may benefit from it. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from The George Washington University with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and received my MBA from Rollins College, graduating first in my class. In my personal and professional...
Education & Certification
- George Washington University - Bachelors, Sociology
- Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business - Masters, Marketing
- GMAT Verbal
- GMAT Quantitative
- +6 subjects
Roxann: Orlando GMAT course instructor
It is my passion as a higher education facilitator to help the students in my charge to meet their fullest potential. As facilitator and tutor, I believe that the classroom should be conducive to establishing such an environment in which the teacher is a guide, which promotes the active learning of the students. As a facilitator and tutor, I intend to provide adequate time and space to use materials that reinforce the lesson being studied,...
Susan: Orlando GMAT course instructor
...am fortunate; I get to do the best job in the world. While teaching is my second career, it was always what I wanted to do. When I graduated from college, I was offered a position with my college's admissions and marketing office, where I had been working to put myself through school. It was a tremendous opportunity, and launched an eighteen-year career helping high school students make important decisions about their futures, and navigate...
Thomas: Orlando GMAT course instructor
Hello! My name is Thomas, and I am an assistant principal at an Orlando elementary charter school. I love teaching; it gives me great satisfaction when I can help students achieve their academic goals. For over 7 years, I travelled from house to house tutoring middle and high school students in math, language arts, science, social studies, history, geography, biology, chemistry, ACT, etc. That was a lot of miles for my 2005 Kia to handle!...
Education & Certification
- Daytona State College - Bachelor in Arts, Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL)
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Al: Orlando GMAT course instructor
I am currently finishing my undergrad studies at Thomas Edison State University. I plan to receive my Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics this upcoming fall, 2018. I originally got into tutoring during my first years at college. I was able to work for the college's math department lab where student's could get group or one-to-one tutoring. It was helpful for me because, as a student, I was practicing what I was learning and tutoring was...
Education & Certification
- Thomas Edison State College - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics
- Social Sciences
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- PSAT Mathematics
- +37 subjects
Leila: Orlando GMAT course instructor
Over the past few years, I have built my career on one simple principle: creating innovative teaching techniques. I'm the person that digs deep into understanding the learner's core challenges, designs innovative solutions and delivers relevant, transformative learning experiences, every time. I am currently an English instructor at the UCEDA School and have been teaching English for over 5 years. Academically, I hold a Masters of Philosophy in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics from the University...
Education & Certification
- Florida State University - Bachelors, Psychology
- University of Cambridge, UK - Masters, Linguistics
- College English
- +66 subjects
David: Orlando GMAT course instructor
I am a graduate of the University of Central Florida where I earned my Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Mathematics Education. My tutoring experience is extensive spanning over 25 years and including subjects ranging from Middle School Mathematics through Calculus. In addition, I have been a High School Mathematics teacher for 14 years and am currently the Mathematics Department Chair at my school. Courses I have taught include General Mathematics, Pre-Algebra,...
Broc: Orlando GMAT course instructor
I believe that all students are able to learn, they just need to be not only taught by the right instructor, but the materials at hand must be presented in a manner in which the student is learning. Furthermore, the lessons presented must be engaging, interactive, and tailored to suit each student. My ideal session is in which my students are not just using new learning tools, but their continued successes are noteworthy of praise...
Ashley: Orlando GMAT course instructor
Hello there! My name is Ashley. I am a Doctorate of Pharmacy student in Florida. My favorite subject is Math and I also enjoy science subjects. During my free time, you can find me enjoying outside adventures (zip lining, obstacle courses, etc.) or being creative (planning parties, DIY projects etc.) I love helping others and I am a former middle school Math Teacher. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you achieve your...