Trial Class: Live Online Summer J 2012

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Event Type:
Online
Event Times:
Saturday Jun. 23 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM ( EDT)
Attend the first class of a Complete Course for free before signing up for the program. Upon registering for the trial, you will receive an email confirmation containing your login information and virtual classroom instructions. We will ship you a syllabus, a Welcome Guide, and a complimentary headset with microphone. Please note that signing up for the trial class does not guarantee you a seat in the program.
(Headset delivery depends on location and date of enrollment. International students will not receive a headset.)


Session 1 Class Agenda
- Manhattan GMAT Approach to Data Sufficiency
- Basic Principles of Sentence Correction
- Introduction to Computer Adaptive Testing
GMAT course syllabus
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Continuing with the Course
Simply pay the tuition to register and continue with the class. After signing up, your course materials will be shipped to you. We will immediately activate your online resources, including practice exams, labs, class recordings, and question banks.

Student Testimonials

"As a student who has now taken both the on-site and online course, I was pleasantly surprised with my teacher's comfort level and preparedness. It was as good if not better than the on-site platform. The straightforward and maneuverable operating system makes learning that much easier. The engaging real-time discussions and Q&A prevent me from losing concentration. Secondly, the real-time platform enables students to incorporate all of ManhattanGMAT's proven test taking strategies from the comfort of their home and/or office."


"Being able to text message questions to the co-instructor is a great idea. It does not slow down the class, and it keeps you from feeling self conscious about asking the whole class to stop for your question. Also, it allows the co-instructor to mull over alternate solutions to problems, which you can read and compare to what is being presented on the whiteboard."