PARADIGM is the Dojo's premier course for Critical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension. In a refreshingly small group setting, you enjoy a guided tour of public policy, business, and natural science topics. While using classic logic and boardroom English, you learn to deconstruct a text-based argument, identify its postulates, weaken or strengthen it, and finally, get to the heart of it: the fullest sense of its scope and purpose.
This course absolutely requires Lexicon-equivalent* English reading and speaking skills.
In addition, you
In addition, you
- are a graduate of an English-speaking university program.
- may have a GMAT verbal score of 30+ (register for a diagnostic test here).
- do not require a Natural Sciences background: jargon will be installed during the course.
We believe the Paradigm course is a great course for decision-makers - be they future business leaders, elected officials, or entrepreneurs. But to be specific, PARADIGM is built to beat the CR and RC sections of the GMAT. Students with an average verbal score* can use the methods explained in this course to improve by about 50 points (e.g. from 600 to 650 or from 700 to 750).
Graduates of the 700 Series verbal course* can join PARADIGM, as it picks up just before the 700 series ends. If you have not taken the 700 verbal course, then please be sure to have some indication of a GMAT verbal score above 30.
This course meets Saturdays and Sundays, from 10:00 to 14:00, eight sessions in total.
For upcoming starting dates, see here.
Paradigm includes access to 30+ academic texts, in a great variety of fields - plus questions. During this four-week, 32 hour course, we survey jargon and investigative* patterns from all the major academic fields, with special emphasis on Medicine, Public Policy, Management Science, and Natural Science.
THE DOJO DIFFERENCE
The Gmat Dojo difference is in the quality of your work. We fight hard not to find ourselves telling strangers that 'your success is our only priority' - and other such gems of online selling speech.
* jargon and investigative patterns
jargon and investigation patterns
Call us, and tell your friends...: this is a must-to-not-miss experience.
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