MLIC GMAT TURBOPREP SCHEDULE

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MLIC GMAT Turboprep^{®} Course Schedule in all U.S.A Centers

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05:00P.M.- 07:30P.M. | Introduction to GMAT and Computer Adaptivity; Strategies for dealing with Adaptive format;GMAT Analytical Writing Assessment -- Requirements for analysis of an issue and analysis of an argument essays; introduction to the concept of logical arguments and illogical arguments; how to identify the assumptions in illogical arguments. Exercise in Analysis of Issue and Analysis of Argument. |

07:30P.M.-09:00P.M. | GMAT Critical Reasoning Section; Question types and procedures for dealing with the different question types; identification of structure of arguments; Qualifier policing and subject-scope-qualifier strategy; Strategies for eliminating answer options that are incorrect; how to think like a test author. |

After-Class Assignment | NO AFTER-CLASS HOME WORK ON DAY 1 OF THE TRAINING SESSION |

Class Hours | SYLLABUS FOR THE TRAINING |
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09:30A.M.- 01:15P.M. | Critical Reasoning proctored tests 1 and 2; full review of the tests; diagnostic assessment of what each participant is not doing right and specific feedback for corrective action. |

01:15P.M.-02:00P.M. | LUNCH BREAK |

02:00P.M.-07:00P.M. | GMAT READING COMPREHENSION; How to do active reading and process Question Triggers; how to identify the main point and purpose of the author; structure of passages; answer selection and elimination strategies; application of Anchor-phrase strategies and spotting of question triggers; how to think like test author: anticipate questions and reject answer options. Proctored Reading Comprehension Tests; Complete review of the tests; drilling in Strategies for processing and elimination of answer options. |

After-Class Assignment | AFTER-CLASS HOME WORK COVERING 1 CRITICAL REASONING TEST (30 MINS) AND 3 PASSAGES (30 MINUTES) for review on Day 3 of the in-class Turboprep session. |

Class Hours | SYLLABUS FOR THE TRAINING |
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09:30A.M.- 01:15P.M. | GMAT SENTENCE CORRECTION: Anatomy of sentences, role of qualifiers, identification of subject, verb, qualifiers, and complements; Sentence correction checklist for subject-verb agreement, pronoun problems, relative pronoun issues, verb tense, consistency of verb tense, parallelism of verbs, distinction between qualifiers and modifiers, logical positions of modifiers and qualifiers, logical comparisons, parallelism, logical expressions, correct use of idioms, sentence correction tests, review of sentence correction tests, reinforcement of understanding of rules and procedures. |

01:15P.M.-02:00P.M. | LUNCH BREAK |

02:00P.M.-07:00P.M. | GMAT QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT; Types of questions, procedures for dealing with Data Sufficiency: PONFI Rule, testing scenarios, transformation, application of concepts to make logical decisions, properties of numbers, factors, multiples, LCM, remainders, ratios, proportions, probability, conditional probability, percent changes. |

After-Class Assignment | AFTER-CLASS HOME WORK COVERING 1 SENTENCE CORRECTION (30 MINS) AND A PROBLEM SOLVING TEST (30 MINUTES) for review on Day 4 of the in-class Turboprep session. |

Class Hours | SYLLABUS FOR THE TRAINING |
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09:30A.M.- 01:15P.M. | GMAT QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT CONTINUED: Proctored tests covering Ratios, proportions, probability including conditional probability, percent change. Review of Algebra: factoring expressions including quadratics, quadratic functions, Functions and crazy symbols, exponents, inequalities, sequences, proctored test in Algebra, review of completed test. |

01:15P.M.-02:00P.M. | LUNCH BREAK |

02:00P.M.-07:00P.M. | GMAT QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT; Word problems: Distance, Work, Sets, permutation and combination; proctored tests in these concepts, review of completed tests. |

After-Class Assignment | AFTER-CLASS HOME WORK COVERING SENTENCE CORRECTION (20 MINS) ASSIGNMENT, AND DATA SUFFICIENCY TEST (40 MINUTES) for review on Day 5 of the in-class Turboprep session. |

Class Hours | SYLLABUS FOR THE TRAINING |
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09:30A.M.- 01:15P.M. | GMAT QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT: Review of completed Data Sufficiency Test (home assignment); proctored test 2 in Data sufficiency, review of tests and reinforcement of procedures involving scenarios, transformation, application of concepts. Geometry and Coordinate Geometry, concept of slope, intercepts; straight lines, circles, parabolas in X-Y plane; |

01:15P.M.-02:00P.M. | LUNCH BREAK |

02:00P.M.-07:00P.M. | GMAT QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT & I.R.; Tests involving Geometry, Coordinate Geometry; Integrated Reasoning, recapping of all strategies; instructions for post-class GMAT training. |

After-Class Assignment | The group will be assigned after-class work involving Sentence Correction and Data Sufficiency for review in a Virtual session. |

TURBOPREP Course Schedule in non-USA Prep Centers

MLIC GMAT Turboprep course is offered in Unsolicited Testimonials

"Half way through the Veritas prep program and frustrated with the haphazard training methodology used by Chris, I enrolled in the MLIC GMAT prep course in Manhattan. Right from the time I received the precourse assignments, I could already see why MLIC was far superior. The training guides provided by MLIC were the best I have worked through, and the in-class instructions were the most thorough: Veritas instructor would randomly choose a few problems from their workbooks and OG, and hurriedly show how they would be solved. After class assignments were hardly reviewed, and I had to work on my own in clueless frustration. In contrast, MLIC instructor covered all concept areas, strategies, and explained all in-class tests and home assignments. Some of the critical areas such as sequences and conditional probability were never covered in any dept in the Veritas program whereas MLIC did a great job. MLIC prep was worth the time and additional money I paid for it.--

"I was working through some nondescript books for GMAT and was getting frustrated, not knowing what specifically I needed to know to ace this test before I registered in your course. Your course gave me a structure that was important to my learning style, and got me prepped in all the maths basics that I had initially struggled with. Your prework files (that took me 70 hours to work through against your claim of 50 hours) was nevertheless useful in giving me a brushup on the basics in maths and getting me ready for the programme. Your inclass training was equally effective. I scored an impressive 680 after your training. Cheers, MLIC."

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"I took the Manhattan GMAT course before enrolling in your Turboprep course. When I worked through Manhattan GMAT program and the OG they provided, I was slightly offended and felt that I was paying nearly $1,500 for the $20 OG11 for GMAT that I could have bought at Barnes and Noble or Amazon. The OG11 has problems that were old and all problems were explained; I did not have to go through Manhattan GMAT to have them walk me through the same explanations. But I did and guess I was not thinking straight. MLIC trained me with newer types of questions and actually had me show them that I have all the concepts and procedures buttoned up. The difference is this: My score after MGMAT was 540; after MLIC, it was 690. MLIC is exceptional value for GMAT prep.

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- The fee for the Turboprep course in all U.S.A centers is U$1,495
- The fee for the Turboprep course in all non-USA centers (except India) is U$1895