GMAT® Online course
If you are one of those who prefer to prepare without predetermined schedules and in a more flexible way, our online course to prepare for the GMAT Focus will help you do self-taught training. You will also have the option of hiring private classes to resolve doubts that may arise during your preparation.
Study anywhere and anytime of the day
With the complete online course you can train in the 3 sections of the GMAT Focus: Quantitative, Verbal and Data Insights.
- 4 private classes with a teacher.
- Includes all 3 sections of the GMAT Focus.
- 22 lesson program.
- More than 5,000 questions.
- Video explanations and strategies.
- Mini-test of practices.
- 4 complete adaptive tests.
- All questions with explanations.
- Statistics to analyze your progress.
Are you overwhelmed with work and don't have time? Do you need a flexible schedule to study at your own pace? These are characteristics of students who prepare themselves. Talk to one of our advisors and start preparing.
Theory and practice
The self-taught course to prepare for the GMAT Focus exam is aimed at candidates interested in more flexible, more personalized preparation at the learning pace they need, 24 hours a day.
It contains all the elements necessary to make a complete preparation in the sections of: Quantitative, Verbal and Data Insights. In the online course you do not have live teachers to answer your questions as in the other two courses: Face-to-face and Online. In this course the explanations are recorded.
The classes are recorded on video by expert teachers where the explanations of each section of the exam are developed. These classes can be repeated as many times as necessary.
Before starting each lesson you can take a pre-test to measure your knowledge about the topic that lesson will deal with and after seeing the result, you can choose between starting the lesson or previously recycling the forgotten basic concepts. After each lesson you can take a Mini-test to assess how far you have assimilated all the content.
The complete adaptive tests, before taking your exam, will help you gauge if you are ready to achieve your goal.
Reports and Progress
Reports: At the end of each test, the most relevant aspects are detailed for subsequent analysis: correct and incorrect questions with a detailed explanation and time spent on each question to assess progress.
Progress: Statistics that graphically show what you need to practice to continue improving and reach your goal on the exam.