GMAT Classes and Private Tutoring in Beirut, Antelias, and LiveOnline

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Small Group Tutoring

Course Benefits

  • Maximum of 4 students per class
  • Schedules written for working professionals
  • A plan to help you get into your top-choice schools

Course Features

  • 27 hours of instruction
  • 10 full-length practice tests
  • 3 exclusive books
  • GMAT Official Guide
  • 83 adaptive drills (3,000 questions)
  • 91 Quick Review Lessons
  • 100 adaptive video-based lessons

(Available LiveOnline)

LBP 2,100,000

Private Tutoring

Course Benefits

  • You and the tutor, tête-à-tête
  • The freedom to meet at the time you want
  • A plan to help you get into your top-choice schools

Course Features

  • 20 hours of instruction
  • 10 full-length practice tests
  • 3 exclusive books
  • GMAT Official Guide
  • 83 adaptive drills (3,000 questions)
  • 91 Quick Review Lessons
  • 100 adaptive video-based lessons

(Available LiveOnline)

LBP 3,760,000

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GMAT LiveOnline

Say goodbye to scheduling and transportation woes.

LiveOnline delivers the prep of our traditional in-person courses live to your computer.

You can ask questions, interact with your fellow students and more – all from the comfort of your home. We record every lesson so you can review tough concepts anytime you want.

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GMAT vs GRE

Before you decide which test to take, research the business schools you’re interested in and find out if they will accept GRE scores instead of GMAT scores.

Compare the differences between the GMAT and the GRE exams.

About GMAT

The Graduate Management Admission test is a standardized test that is required for admission to most MBA programs.

Frequency: Every weekday all year long, excluding holidays
Duration: 3 hours and 30 minutes
Sections:

  1. Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
  2. Integrated Reasoning (IR)
  3. Quantitative Reasoning (Math)
  4. Verbal Reasoning (English)

Registration fee: $250

Score: 200- 800

The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a computer–adaptive test (CAT) required by most business schools. The GMAT is required to apply to many MBA programs and business-related masters programs.

If you want to get accepted to a competitive school, your GMAT score is very important.

However, GMAT scores vary in importance at different schools. In addition to your GMAT score, schools consider the extent and caliber of your work experience (again, especially for more competitive programs), undergraduate GPA, letters of recommendation, interview and essays.

Be sure to contact the specific programs to which you are applying in order to determine their unique requirements.

The GMAT is comprised of four sections: an Analytical Writing Assessment section, an Integrated Reasoning section, a Quantitative Section and a Verbal Section.

  • Analytical Writing: 2 essays, 30 minutes each, 60 minutes, Tests ability to clearly and concisely state a point, defend an argument, analyze reasoning, and master grammar and language usage

 

  • Math: 37 questions, 75 minutes, Tests problem solving using basic arithmetic, algebra and geometry, ability to sort out relevant information, and analyze a mathematical problem

 

  • Verbal: 41 questions, 75 minutes, Tests ability to draw inferences based on information, identify good grammatical structure, construct or evaluate an argument, and understand relationships between points in a passage

A GMAT score is made up of several different numbers, each of which covers a part of your performance on the GMAT. The most familiar number is the Overall, or composite, GMAT score. This number ranges from 200 to 800 in 10-point increments and is determined by a combination of your scores on the Quantitative and Verbal sections of the test. Business schools tend to focus on your Overall GMAT score.

 

Your Verbal and Quantitative sections are graded separately. You will receive a score ranging from 0 to 60 for each section. Scores below 8 and above 51 are rare.

 

Your Integrated Reasoning section is scored from 1 to 8 in 1-point increments. Questions have multiple parts, and you must answer each part correctly to get credit for the question. The Integrated Reasoning score is not included in the Overall score.

 

Your Analytic Writing Assessment (AWA) section is graded on a scale of 0 to 6 evaluated by two readers (one human and one computer). GMAC averages the two grades for the essay and rounds to the nearest 1/2 point. Your AWA GMAT score does not count toward your Overall GMAT score.

 

Your GMAT score remains valid for five years. If you have taken the GMAT several times, GMAC will report all GMAT scores from the past five years.

To register, go to www.mba.com

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