It's difficult to do well by rushing. The GMAT is an exciting test. Study right, and it will leave you feeling smarter and intellectually stronger than ever before. Rush-job it, and you'll just have to take it twice.
Our recommendation: take a diagnostic test. We offer a free diagnostic test, usually on Sunday. Based on that result, you will know whether to take the 600 course in verbal, in quant, or in both. Sign-up using the form here.
In case you already know your weakness, we want to warn you against ignoring the other section of the test. There are (relatively) easy points available on both sections, for those who know how to find them. Don't assume that the quant section is a test of Math only, or that the verbal section is a test of English only. They are both also IQ tests, and there are technical things that, if understood, can add up to serious points.
Schedule & Price
- 600-series courses start every month. The updated schedule is here, and the price list is here. The series completes in 4 calendar weeks.
- GMAT Bootcamps meet daytimes, over a one-week period. The updated schedule is here, and the price list is here. The series completes in 1 working week (plus Sunday).
- The GMAT Simulations are held during the last week of the month. They are a good way for you to get introduced to the GMAT - if you're just starting - and to get the last remaining bugs out of your game, if you're nearly done. The updated schedule and price list is here.