Courses

Quantitative GMAT Course (500-600)

220.00299.00

This course covers all quantitative topics of the GMAT, which will be discussed in 4 evenings of 3 hours with an instructor. Each week you’ll get 2 hours of homework. That means a total workload of 20 hours spread over 4 weeks.

The goal of this course is to give you enough guidance to get to a GMAT score of 500-600. This does require 6-8 weeks of selfstudy for Verbal and Quant on our online platform, additionally to this course.

  • 4 online classes of 3 hours
  • Video’s for Quant
  • Video’s for Verbal
  • 5000+ practice questions

Below you can find the planning for this course.

If you want to start as soon as possible, you can join one of the courses that has already started and follow the missed session in one of the next courses. Please let us know in the notes.

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Description

How does it work?

Our instructor will share his/her screen and open a digital whiteboard, or a camera will be focussed on a physical whiteboard. The explanations will be just as in the normal class, but now on your screen.
You can still ask questions, but please make sure you are not on mute 😉
In between the explanations, you’ll have to do exercises on our online platform. So make sure you are logged in at login.gmatcursus.nl on a second tab or screen.

Planning 2022

**Turn your screen horizontal if you are on your mobile phone.

QUANT-221: Tue 8/2 – Tue 15/2 – Tue 22/2 – Tue 1/3 (18:30-21:30)
QUANT-222: Thu 17/3 – Thu 24/3 – Thu 31/3 – Thu 7/4 (18:30-21:30)
QUANT-223: Thu 14/4 – Thu 21/4 – Thu 28/4 – Thu 5/5 (18:30-21:30)
QUANT-224: Tue 27/9 – Tue 4/10 – Tue 11/10 – Tue 18/10 (18:30-21:30)
QUANT-225: Thu 10/11 – Thu 17/11 – Thu 24/11 – Thu 1/12 (18:30-21:30)

If you want to start as soon as possible, you can join one of the courses that has already started and follow the missed session in one of the next courses. Please let us know in the checkout notes.

Disclaimer

This course will only proceed with a minimum of 2 subscriptions. We will do our best to inform you on our expectations a week before the course is supposed to start.