Ross | Mr. Automotive Compliance Professional
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Free GMAT Prep Online Seminar

Brian Galvin will run the free seminar

Veritas Prep and Poets&Quants have teamed up to bring you a free online seminar to help you learn what you need to know to excel on the new Integrated Reasoning section of the GMAT. If you are just beginning to start your GMAT prep, this is the perfect time to understand the “lay of the land” and familiarize yourself with Integrated Reasoning before you are far along in your GMAT studies.

Despite what some applicants seem to think, there’s no reason to fear Integrated Reasoning. Study for it the right way, and you’ll be in great shape on test day. Even better, learning how to think through Integrated Reasoning problems will sharpen your overall analytical and critical reasoning abilities, helping you on the entire GMAT (you read that right) as well as in business school and beyond.

On Wednesday, July 11, Veritas Prep’s Director of Academic Programs, Brian Galvin, will discuss Veritas Prep’s strategies to help you succeed on the Integrated Reasoning section. Brian will show you how to employ Veritas Prep strategies such as Relative Math and Sort-and-Scan to solve even the trickiest Integrated Reasoning questions.

Among the topics Brian will cover:

  • Prioritizing information to minimize time spent on data-driven problems
  • Utilizing Relative Math to avoid calculations and efficiently arrive at solutions
  • Navigating the GMAT’s sortable charts to make for quick decisions
  • Emphasizing logic and leveraging question stems
  • Reading and analyzing common IR graphic types

The free online seminar will take place on Wednesday, July 11, and 8 PM Eastern (5 PM Pacific). Register now to reserve your spot! All fans of Veritas Prep and Poets&Quants readers are welcome to attend!