GMAT® Math Review
Reinforces fundamental concepts for the GMAT
A solid foundation will help you get higher marks in Quantitative
Depending on the academic background, a review of the basics of algebra, geometry and arithmetic, before starting a GMAT course, contributes to a more effective preparation because it helps you understand the questions and strategies that you will learn during the course.
If you are feeling rusty from when you studied it in high school, recycling mathematics is a good choice to do before starting a GMAT course.
- 6 hours of personalized tutoring 8% discount
- 34 hours of face-to-face classes
- 5 months of access to our platforms
- 10 practice tests (CAT)
- Tutorials in small groups
- Books - Course Guide and Official Guide
- Private tutorials with one of our GMAT teachers
- Flexible math review
- Choose the hours you need
- Flexible schedule
GRE Quantitative teachers.
Review of the basic concepts of mathematics included in GMAT but with a totally different structure and approach to the questions they ask on the exam.
Classes focus on the most relevant content and consolidate the essential topics to catch up.
Math refresher book in english to practice with more than 350 questions, with theory and explanations.
It covers the contents of Algebra, Arithmetic and Geometry necessary for the GMAT.
If you haven't worked with basic math for a long time and you have forgotten concepts, the option of reviewing them with a teacher will help you a lot to start the GMAT course on the right foot. In the quantitative part and integrated reasoning, these concepts are basic so that the classes are more fluid and you understand better and faster the strategies to solve the exercises in 2 minutes.
It will depend on the math concepts you remember, if you studied everything in high school and if you were good at it, but usually 6 hours of private or group tutoring is enough to remember these basics.