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# Overview

With this online GMAT Prep Course by McGraw-Hill, develop a solid set of strategies that will raise your GMAT score and your chances for success. This all-in-one guide from the nation's leading test-preparation experts provides hundreds of lessons and practice questions covering the full range of subjects you'll encounter on the GMAT, including math, syntax, and logic, with an emphasis on the crucial quantitative questions. Enjoy an organized study plan and access course info on any capable device.

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We collect and analyze millions of data points every week to identify techniques and learning patterns that can help you get a better score. We use these learnings to create a personalized study plan for you that lays out step-by-step weekly tasks for you. The plan adapts to your schedule and goals and will tell you exactly what to do next. Unlike most cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all programs, we personalize the entire course around you.

# Week 1

## Learn about the GMAT on www.mba.com

Peruse the exam's official website, get the basics of the test, and learn how and where to register.

## Welcome to the GMAT — 6 Lessons

Familiarize yourself with the exam, learn how to register and get some advice

## Getting Started

Getting started studying for the GMAT

## Tips for the GMAT

Little tips and tricks

## Should You Use a Study Partner to Prep for the GMAT?

Should you study with a partner???

## When Should I take the GMAT

When should you take the GMAT?

## GMAT Study Time: How Much Time Do You Need to Commit?

How much time should you take to study for the GMAT?

# Week 2

## Math: Data Sufficiency — 4 Lessons

These questions have an interesting format. Make sure to practice so you're ready to DESTROY them on test day!

## Verbal: Critical Reasoning & Arguments — 4 Lessons

Arguments on the GMAT aren't like the ones you have with your roommate when he/she won't put the dishes away. GMAT arguments are formal presentations of facts that you'll use to support an opinion.

## Practice Lessons: Critical Reasoning — 3 Lessons

Here are some practice arguments for you to work on.

# Week 3

## Math: Data Sufficiency — 3 Lessons

You'll be learning more ways that Data Sufficiency questions can be structured.

## Verbal: Critical Reasoning & Arguments — 4 Lessons

Continue learning how to respond to critical reasoning questions.

# Week 4

## Math: Basic Principles of Numbers — 7 Lessons

These are the math rules that you learned in high school. Make sure to study up so you'll remember them on test day.

## Practice Lessons: Critical Reasoning — 3 Lessons

With these last three practice arguments you will get more experience so you can master these questions on the GMAT.

# Week 5

## Math: Algebra — 4 Lessons

Learn and practice math problems that you'll see on the GMAT.

## Verbal: Sentence Correction — 4 Lessons

Learn how to correct verbs, pronouns and misplaced modifiers.

# Week 6

## Math: Mean, Median and Mode — 7 Lessons

Mean, median and mode are an important part of the GMAT; don't let them slip through the cracks.

## Verbal: Sentence Corrections — 5 Lessons

Learn how to correct idiomatic expressions, false comparisons, quantity issues and also a few important but rare errors that the GMAT likes to use to surprise people.

# Week 7

## Verbal: Sentence Corrections — 5 Lessons

With these sentence correction lessons, you'll become an expert at the most common GMAT errors, the hard problems and delve into farther study.

# Week 8

## Math: Probability and Statistics — 4 Lessons

These questions are super important and you're bound to see examples of both when you take the GMAT.

## Verbal: Reading Comprehension — 4 Lessons

Learn strategies and information about the passage topics that you'll see on the test.

# Week 9

## Math: Lines and Triangles — 3 Lessons

In these lessons you'll learn properties of different types of lines and triangles.

## Verbal: Reading Comprehension — 4 Lessons

We'll show you the different types of passage structures, questions types and we will share some reading strategies.

# Week 10

## Math: Quadrilaterals — 4 Lessons

You'll work on all kinds of four sided shapes.

# Week 11

## Math: Circles and Volume — 2 Lessons

Finish off geometry by working with circles and learning important facts about volume.

## Verbal: Analytical Writing — 7 Lessons

Important information about the analytical writing section and how it is scored.

# Week 12

## Math: Boolean and Combinatorics Problems — 4 Lessons

These two types of problems might seem tricky at first, but we'll give you some tips and tricks to make them a cinch :)

# Week 13

## Math: Integrated Reasoning — 3 Lessons

Integrated reasoning was recently added to the GMAT. Become an expert by studying this section.

## Verbal: Practice Essays — 2 Lessons

The best way to learn something is by practicing.

# Week 14

## Math: Integrated Reasoning — 2 Lessons

Watch these two videos that will introduce you to two more types of integrated reasoning problems.

## Verbal: Practice Essays — 2 Lessons

Continue with two more practice essays.

# Week 15

## Types of MBA Program — 7 Lessons

There are many types of MBA programs. Which one will work best for you?

## Getting Admitted to a MBA Program — 8 Lessons

You already know that you have to take the GMAT, but what else do you have to do?

# Week 16

## Getting Ready to Survive B-School — 3 Lessons

Life in B-school is different from life as an undergrad. This blog post will give you good tips to help you be successful.

## GMAT Secret Weapon

One GMAT test taker has a special secret weapon.

## Don't Get Turned Away on Test Day!

Make sure you bring the proper identification.

# Fun & Effortless

### Game Center

Studying for a test can get boring at times. That's why we created a full-scale game center packed with fun, addictive games built on a foundation of spaced-repetition strategies that help you learn faster and enhance memory retention. We make sure your hard work doesn't go unrewarded either. That's why we've added leaderboards to show you how your scores compare against your peers.

# Features

## Study Plan

Make the most of your study time with a built-in study plan that outlines weekly study tasks and keeps track of your activity in real time.

## Connections

Instantly jump to related lessons while reviewing solutions to practice questions so that you can understand the concept better.

## Discussions

Start a conversation with thousands of other students studying for the same test and are ready to help.

Ask any question to our army of experts and expect a detailed answer within 24 hours. Rest assured that help is always just a click away.

## Game Center

Test yourself with our fun, engaging games that can be accessed from your smartphone, tablet or computer.

## Confidence Levels

Personalize the course by marking lessons and questions with confidence levels so that you can focus on parts that require most attention.

## Reports & Analysis

Identify your weaknesses and understand your score better with BenchPrep's intelligent reports and dashboard.

## Notes & Bookmarks

Create bookmarks and write custom notes to remind yourself of tips, questions, or concepts that you want to revisit later.

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