Course Planning

Flexible sessions: mix & match

Our GMAT courses consist of multiple sessions. You can “mix & match” sessions if that suits your schedule better. It is also possible to take your sessions of each separate course in a different order, because we deal with different mathematical topics in each session.

Let’s get digital: update

We found a way to make our GMAT courses available to everyone, anywhere in the world. During a video call, our instructor will open a digital whiteboard, or point the camera on a whiteboard and explain the theory and exercises to you.
All courses are digital until further notice.

Don’t worry if you miss a session

If you miss a session, you can retake that session in a different course. Most people taking the GMAT work or study very hard: we fully understand that you may have a busy schedule, so we allow for maximum flexibility.

Important ! Take care to report absence at least 8 hrs. prior to the session or your claim to said session will be forfeit. You can do this via

Which course to take?

The most important course is the Quantitative GMAT course, as all Quantitative topics are discussed here. We expect you to get a score between 500 and 600, depending on the amount of time you put in.
Has it been a while since you’ve done mathematics? Take the mathematics refresher course upfront and master solving linear/quadratic equations.
If you need more deep dives, or have to score above 600 we advice to take the advanced course or some private lessons as well.