GMAT Workshops
If you’re looking for intensive, focused prep with a small time commitment, a workshop may be right for you. Led by our talented instructors, our GMAT workshops are a great way to get expert guidance without overstuffing your schedule.

IDEAL FOR:
Students looking for a shortterm, instructorled prep option

AVAILABLE:
Online or InPerson

Types of Workshops
Advanced GMAT Workshops
Advanced Workshops are for students who already have mastery of GMAT content and want to reach even higher. These workshops provide strategies on how to tackle some of the most difficult Quant and Verbal problems on the GMAT.
 Advanced Sentence Correction
 Advanced Data Sufficiency
 Advanced Quant
GMAT Math in a Day
Firm up your GMAT Math foundations. GMAT Math in a Day™ is your crash course for GMAT Math essentials. You’ll get all the fundamentals of GMAT Math content and strategy as efficiently as possible. Because your time is valuable.
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FAQs

Who is a good candidate for an Advanced GMAT Workshop?
The Advanced Workshops are built for students who are already pretty far along in their studies and have mastered the basics. These workshops will cover questions that are a level of difficulty you will only encounter if you are already scoring fairly high on the exam, so we do not recommend attending unless that is true for you.

Who is a good candidate for the Executive Assessment Masterclass?
Students pursuing an Executive Masters of Business Administration should consider the Executive Assessment (EA) Masterclass if an EA score is a requirement for admissions at the business school or program they will apply to. The EA should not be confused with the GMAT! The EA is a different test, required typically by EMBA programs. Our EA Masterclass is ideal for students taking the EA that have limited free time, but want a comprehensive, instructorled prep option.

How long are my online resources available?
Your online resource access will be valid for six months after your workshop registration date.

Who is a good candidate for an Advanced GMAT Workshop?