**Preparing for the GMAT **

**To be short and sweet about it, the best thing to do is know thyself.**

**1. Do you enjoy internet research?**

**2. Do you have the time to self-study? How much time will it take?**

**Or, if you know you're short on time, then figure out your score gap.**

**4. What score do you need?**

**5. What is your score today? The score gap is a good indicator of what to do next.**

**It's also possible that you just don't want to do this project on your own. That's entirely legit, since it might just be a rather big project to do - on one's own.**

6. Do you enjoy math?

7. Are you a strong reader in Academic English?

Then it's good to know the story of Fermat's Last Theorem.

6. Do you enjoy math?

7. Are you a strong reader in Academic English?

Then it's good to know the story of Fermat's Last Theorem.

**If that makes sense, then take advantage of our industry-leading in-class hours - with a top-scoring GMAT teacher**

**in both our Quant and Verbal courses**

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Classes are split level, so that you can start training at the appropriate level for your goals. Our students can take advantage of 4 courses: two tracks of English and two of Math - 32 hours per course. Most courses start monthly, but check the latest schedule for changes.

Classes are split level, so that you can start training at the appropriate level for your goals. Our students can take advantage of 4 courses: two tracks of English and two of Math - 32 hours per course. Most courses start monthly, but check the latest schedule for changes.