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.

Quarantine update

As most of us are home grounded the next weeks, we found a way to make our GMAT courses available to everyone. 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 info@mindfulgmat.org.

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.