GMAT Test Questions are 1) Problem Solving 2) Data Sufficiency 3) Sentence Correction 4) Critical Reasoning 5) Reading Comprehensions.

GMAT Classes Dubai and Abu Dhabi

GMAT Classes Dubai and Abu Dhabi

Brighter Prep’s GMAT program offers new GMAT group courses at least every two weeks. This allows absentees to attend “make-up” classes with another group at no additional charge if needed.

We recommend that students do their best to attend each class but we also do understand that GMAT test takers have a number of other responsibilities and will thus do our best to accommodate your unique circumstances.

Joining a group course provides unlimited access to Brighter Prep’s GMAT group classes. It is more like a life-time membership of GMAT. Students can attend the same class as many times as you need to grasp the concepts completely! 1 to 1 classes are customizable, and allow for each student’s desired day/time of the class. We provide a personalized timetable for each student of the 1 to 1 course.

Brighter Prep’s GMAT also offers crash courses. Students looking for intensive test prep courses can avail our crash courses. The crash courses will have one class on Saturday and another on Sunday, for four consecutive weekends.

Those students with enough time can attend one class every two months. At GMAT, the fastest a student could finish the course was in two weeks, and the slowest was about two years. So, Brighter Prep’s GMAT allows for high customizability and flexibility.

Brighter Prep runs GMAT Training Classes in 2 locations (Group Preparation Classes) GMAT course Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

GMAT Math Questions

GMAT Math Questions

There are a lot of rumors around the web about the GMAT quantitative section. Some of which are true, while some are blatantly wrong. Lets break some of the false myths about the GMAT quantitative section.

1. I need to know super math skills to crack the GMAT Math section

GMAT Math is all about logic and reasoning. Math is just a camouflage which is used to veil the logic in the question. All the questions will show that you need some hard formulas however it is not the case.

Let us take an example.

What is the sum of 11 terms of the sequence -243, -81, -27 ….?

You can answer this question using a formula or you can use logic. If we observe then the terms will look

like the following:

-243, -81, -27, -9, -3, 0, 3, 9, 27, 81, 243

All the terms will cancel one another and we will be left with zero. Applying the formula would take longer and you might make a mistake in the application.

2. All I got in the quant section was data sufficiency

In GMAT Quantitative section data sufficiency comprises 40 to 45 % of the test. So you will encounter more problem solving questions than data sufficiency questions. Data sufficiency is likely to be test more on higher level.

3. If I do well on Quant section my verbal section will be tough

GMAT Quantitative section has no effect on the GMAT verbal section. You can score maximum on quant and minimum on the GMAT verbal.

4. Top scorers don’t guess

Guessing is an important part of GMAT. You won’t be able to solve all the questions and sometimes you will be stuck. The best way to move forward will be to take an educated guess.

5. All GMAT questions count equally toward your score

GMAT is a computer adaptive test which means you will be penalized the most when you get an easy question wrong and appreciated most when you get a hard question right. The score depends on the level of difficulty of the question.