CAPE TOWN: 06 OCTOBER 2012
GMAT Preparation Course
The programme primarily aims to develop a delegate’s sense of preparation to write the GMAT entrance examination with confidence. It seeks:
- To familiarise delegates with the structure and content of the GMAT.
- To familiarise and enable delegates to practice the computerised format of the GMAT.
- To impart techniques for answering the different types of GMAT questions.
- To develop delegates’ confidence in answering GMAT questions.
- To focus on time management and GMAT examination strategies.
- To benefit from group support and interaction provided by other GMAT delegates.
While extensive pre-course preparation is not a prerequisite for this programme, delegates are encouraged to undertake some preliminary self-preparation of the Mathematics and Grammar material to derive maximum value from the programme. Pre-course reading material is provided on application.
Post-course Preparation for the GMAT Test
It is recommended that delegates only attempt the actual GMAT test after a short period of post-course reflection on the GMAT Preparation course material. This will allow a delegate to reinforce and further practice the learning points of the programme for maximum effectiveness. Attempting the GMAT test immediately after the GMAT Preparation course may therefore not always be the most effective strategy.