600 Series is an entry-level course, appropriate for students aiming at the 600-700 overall score. It is an essential step on the way to 650, for those with a section score below the 50th percentile in either of Verbal or Quant. If you don't yet know your score, click here to book a free in-person GMAT diagnostic test.
The 700 series meets twice per week, for four consecutive weeks. All sessions are independent, so you can join at any time. For the latest schedule, see here.
The Verbal course (700 V) covers the basics of Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension. The fundamental concepts of American grammar are covered extensively. It includes a comprehensive introduction to GMAT arguments and logic. We also discuss strategies for reading, elimination, and smart skipping. You'll exit with command of the skills tested at the 50th percentile verbal score. With a similar percentile score for quant, you will have a combined score between 650 and 700.
The Quantitative course (700 Q) covers the core concepts of Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, and Statistics. The fundamentals of Fractions, Exponents, and Linear and Quadratic equations are covered extensively. It includes both theory and practicals of problem solving. We also discuss algebraic solutions, number picking, and estimations. You'll exit with a command of the skills and topics for a 50th percentile quant score. With a similar percentile score in verbal, you will have a combined score between 650-700.
THE DOJO DIFFERENCE
There are two differences between this course and any other verbal course in the Netherlands. First, all our classes are taught by GMAT experts. They have taken the official exam and reached the 99th percentile. It is not uncommon for teachers to be hired even without having taken the test. This is a scam, which continues because students usually blame themselves for their poor results, rather than ask around and compare courses.
And there's a second difference: the 700-series are designed for Premaster students. That means you start your training at the level that's appropriate for your target score. You do not need to waste time learning the things that won't be tested at the 600 level. Our competition feels that everyone should study the same topics at the same time, and in the same room - even though the GMAT is an adaptive test that adjusts the topics to its estimate of your ability.
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