GMAT Verbal Foundation

Course at a Glance

Total duration, Classes & Total hours will be as per student's need.

About Course

This is a course that is taken by the hour. Students can take these courses as per their specific need to clear a doubt, cover a only one topic or even get your test assessed. Basically if you dont need the entire comprehensive GMAT Verbal course, then this is the course for you.

The session will be full of anecdotes, concept clarity and strategies to strengthen the learner's verbal abilities.

Broadly speaking the Verbal section of the GMAT tests one's competence in three areas;

[1] Reading Comprehension
[2] Critical Reasoning and
[3] Sentence Correction

But these areas have a huge variety of grammar and grammatical concepts knitted to them. Parallel reasoning, modifiers, arguments, assumptions and premises are on part of it. The basic concepts such as pronouns, preposition errors, subject verb agreement, idiomatic usage and vocabulary also need to be highlighted. In my class I always spend the first few minutes explaining and revising these concepts. I always give some words at the end of my class, because like Rome even vocabulary building needs time. Time consumption depends on the individual pace of the learner.

My course will not only help you to perform better on the GMAT but will improve your communication for life.

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