Quant 600 is an entry-level course which is appropriate for all students aiming at a 550-600 overall score. If your quant score is below the 50th percentile, then this course is critical for you. It may also be useful for you, if your verbal score is already very high, and then studying quant may be the best return on your investment.
The Quant 600 course meets three times each week, for four consecutive weeks. For the latest schedule, see here.
This course covers the basics of Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, and Statistics. The fundamentals of Fractions, Exponents, Ratios, Linear and Quadratic equations are covered extensively. It includes a heavy in-class does of practical 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 above 600.
THE DOJO DIFFERENCE
There are two differences between us and the competition. First, our classes are taught by GMAT experts. Even after 5 years facing us, other companies are still searching for teachers with GMAT experience, to say nothing of 99th percentile scores. It is not uncommon for them to hire teachers who have never taken the actual exam. This is a scam. It continues, because people blame themselves for poor performance, rather than doubt the course. Students who found us after taking a course elsewhere have left conclusive feedback about the various bootcamps and online courses out there. We have published one remark, which should serve as a warning, and we look forward to the day when every course in Amsterdam is as good as any other.
Second, we run a dedicated track for Premaster candidates. That means you start your training at the right level for your target score. Our competition feels that everyone should study the same topics, even though the GMAT is, famously, an adaptive test. Bu there's no need for you to waste time learning material and tactics that won't be tested at the 600 level. Other schools do this only because it makes sense financially. For them.