MLIC GMAT -- 120+ HOURS OF STRUCTURED GMAT TRAINING
MLIC GMAT COURSES
offer the most highly structured, real training in GMAT assessment areas over highly-structured 120 hours, using questions monitored at the high difficulty levels on the currently LIVE
GMAT problems, provide the most comprehensive study and training guides, and use professional trainers who are required to take the GMAT at least once a year and score in the 99th percentile. Our courses will impart conceptual and procedural skills, and arm you with works-every-time Strategies for maximizing your test-taking effectiveness in the time-critical computer adaptive format of the GMAT.
Unlike the tutorial sessions taught by student, unqualified tutors and that use hodgepodge training schedule offered by companies such as Kaplan, Veritas prep, Princeton Review, Manhattan Review, and Manhattan GMAT, MLIc uses a patent-pending training methodology that enhances your success on the GMAT. Goal-specific, structured training is what sets MLIC prep courses apart from other worthless preparation programs. In MLIC prep courses,
You will be put through the paces of GMAT preparation in three distinct phases, and required to complete at least 120 hours of training during those three sequential phases of training as explained in the chart below.
|MLIC GMAT -- 120+ hours of kick-ass training in 3 phases.|
|Turboprep® and 3-DAY Intensive Prep courses|
|PRE-COURSE TRAINING||IN-CLASS TRAINING||POST-CLASS TRAINING|
|Hours Required||50 Hours||40-Hours(Turboprep) |
|When the training materials are sent||8 weeks before start of in-class training or as soon as you register, whichever is later||1-2 weeks before the start of in-class training sessions||Post-class training instructions are sent along with instructions for in-class training workbooks.|
|Score Guarantee Validation||Yes, completion of pre-course training to the best of your ability is required.||Attendance in all in-class prep sessions and active participation in class tests and quizzes is required.||Completing post class training and taking the test within 30 days of last day of in-class sessions is required.|
|How the training materials are sent||PDF documents||PDF and EXE files||PDF and EXE files|
|Objective of Training|
- Create a diagnostic baseline for your skills set, and allow MLIC to address your weaknesses.
- Foundational and Refresher training in math, Analytical Writing, and grammar, idiom, and effective writing rules.
- Advance review of strategies and procedures explained in MLIC's Turboprep study guides.
- create a diagnostic baseline before the start of in-class training sessions.
- Make you unlearn useless procedures and tricks learned from worthless guides such as you can get from Kaplan, Princeton Review, Veritas prep, MGMAT and others.
|Get trained in higher level concepts, procedures, and strategies; intense drilling in application strategies. Diagnostic assessment of your weaknesses as identified in precourse training assignments and during the in-class training phase, and corrective actions.||Practice in application of concepts, procedures, strategies in the home stretch. You will be in touch with the in-class professional trainer who can help you improve in your areas of weaknesses before you take the GMAT test.|
|What is covered||
- Basics of analytical writing; Review required structure and content for analysis of issue and analysis of argument essays: 5 essays to be completed.
- Review of quantitative concepts and completion of concept specific assignments in properties of numbers, ratios, proportions, percentages, probability, algebra (factoring, exponents, inequalities, functions), statistics (mean, median, mode, standard deviation).
- Review of techniques and strategies for Critical Reasoning and Reading comprehension.
- Review of rules of grammar, idiom, effective and logical writing, and completion of an assignment.
|Reinforcement of concepts covered in pre-course training, escalation of quantitative concepts to higher level areas, drilling in procedures for data sufficiency, reading comprehension, and critical reasoning, drilling in application of rules of grammar, idiom, effective, logical, and parallel writing. Instructions for post-class training. Diagnostic assessment of each participant's weaknesses and plans of action for going forward. (your completed pre-course assignments will also be reviewed as part of this effort.)
||More intense practice involving application of concepts,procedures, and strategies honed during the pre-course and in-class training phases. You may be required to attend Virtual classes with your in-class trainer. You will be able to have close contact with your in-class trainer and get personalized help and one-on-one review durign the post-class phase of training. We want to make sure that the issues identified during the in-class phase of training and in the pre-course training assignments are taken care of and you are on your way to a terrific score on the GMAT. Your trainer can customize the training during this phase and have you complete specific assignments in areas of weaknesses identified during the in-class training and pre-course training. |
|To learn about the structure of MLIC Online prep courses, please visit MLIC GMAT ONLINE Prep course with Virtual Classes,/a>. |
MLIC GMAT PREP ADVANTAGE - GET TRAINED, NOT JUST FED USELESS TRICKS
Be sure to consider 5 factors in choosing your GMAT prep course:
(1) Quality of in-class instructions and Instructors -- MLIC beats all other me-too courses hands down in this department. MLIC GMAT courses are taught by MBA graduates who have extensive consulting and teaching experience, and who are required to take the GMAT at least once a year and score in the 98th percentile or better;
(2) In-Class Training hours -- MLIC offers 42 hours in their Turboprep GMAT courses and 24 hours in their 3-day intensive prep courses (which is more than offered by courses such as those offered by Kaplan). In addition, the MLIC courses require that you complete 50 hours of precourse training and at least another 40 hours of post class training before you sit the GMAT exam.
(3) Quality of Study and Training materials -- MLIC GMAT study guides and training materials
are frequently updated to incorporate changes to the GMAT testing and to included newer types of GMAT questions appearing in the more recent tests.
(4) Committed support before, during, and after the in-class GMAT training -- MLIC offers a total of 120 hours of training and provides the committed and industry-leading support right from the moment you sign up to the time you take the test. MLIC cares for you and wants to ensure that you achieve a score of at least 650;
(5) Size of GMAT prep classes. Veritas admits as many as they can register, and they claim that their classes in major cities have about 20 students. Crowded groups do not allow instructors to identify weaknesses that the participants demonstrate. In contrast, MLIC courses are capped at 10 students, and most classes typically have 6-8 students per class. This small, compact group size allows us to apply our CPSD
methodology and to coach you
in the GMAT assessment areas.Enroll in the industry-leading MLIC GMAT prep courses today! You cannot find a better value for your prep course dollars and prep time.
Register today in the best prep course for the GMAT
and get started on the required 50-hour long pre-course training providing foundational and refresher preparation in quantitative concepts, analytical writing, and review of Verbal rules and concepts. You can learn more about the MLIC GMAT prep courses by visiting the following links: