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Increase your Verbal Reasoning GMAT Score

 

The Graduate Management Admission Test, better known as the GMAT, is a critical part of business schools’ application processes. The GMAT test is a multiple-choice, computer-based and computer-adaptive standardized exam that is often required for admission to graduate business programs (MBA) globally. This test provides business schools with common measures of student applicants’ readiness for graduate-level academic work. School admission committees look at student GMAT scores, in addition to their work experience, academic record, and other supporting materials, to assess student readiness for a MBA program.

This course will prepare students to be successful on the Verbal Reasoning section of the GMAT. This section measures a student’s ability to read and comprehend written material, evaluate arguments and correct material to express ideas effectively. This course gives students the tools to tackle the three types of questions in this section which are Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning and Sentence Correction. Students will analyze written material in a variety of fields to strengthen the comprehension, reasoning and language proficiency skills they need to do well on this part of the exam.

What You Will Learn

 
Students completing the GMAT Boot Camp - Verbal Reasoning course will:
  • Analyze words and statements including how to discern logical relationships between significant points and draw inferences that follow the development of quantitative concepts
  • Apply critical reasoning to a short passage in order to outline how different information strengthens or weakens an argument or to identify why an argument is flawed
  • Correct and improve grammar, word choice and sentence construction to make written material more effective
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Note: This is a 4-hour course. In addition, there is no charge to military veterans, active duty personnel and their family members in attempts to humbly support and honor our U.S. armed forces and troops. Please contact precollege@ucsd.edu with questions.
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Course Number: EDUC-90032
Credit: 0.00 unit(s)

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