Verbal GMAT/GRE
Online
Course language: English
12.05.18 - 17.06.18

GMAT & GRE:

gatekeepers to international education & careers
Why GMAT/GRE?
To get into an MBA, a masters program, or a management consultancy you need to pass GMAT or GRE test. They do not measure your success or potential in life, but they do let you in or keep you out.

Why Prepare?
GMAT below 700 almost guarantees rejection by all major business schools.
The verbal part of the test is a particular challenge to non-native speakers of English. You have to score well in it because it impacts the final result. The good news: proper preparation makes a difference!
Why Fless?
We offer human interaction and individual feedback from a professional instructor. All lessons are interactive online conference calls and are recorded. You will practice and share your experience in a group of likeminded students.
WHAT YOU WILL GET FROM THIS COURSE
Next course dates: May 12 – June 17
Online
Dedicated online discussion group with a professional instructor and native speaker
Methodology
Quick solution hacks to maximise your score. Proven methodology for each question type

Materials
Lots of materials for homework and in-class discussions. No need to buy any other material
Mentorship
Personalised feedback based on performance. Motivation framework to keep you engaged and committed
ADVANTAGES OF THE COURSE
GMAT and GRE combined
MBA programs are increasingly accepting both GMAT and GRE. Not sure which test to take? Considering to take both just in case? We'll help you out
75 hours of prep time
That's AT LEAST how much time you will invest in the course. 25 hours in class plus twice as much at home. Want more prep? No problem, you'll get it!
Convenience of online
No need to travel anywhere. Just turn on your laptop and join in. In the [unlikely!] event that you decide to skip a class, watch the recording and catch up
Mentorship approach
The class is held in a videoconference with 6-8 students. You interact with your instructor and classmates a lot. The course is developed by an English language expert with over 15 years of teaching experience.
Motivation framework
This is not a webinar series. The course is designed to make sure you participate and stay on track. Be prepared for "motivational kicks." Sorry, but you'll have to learn
COURSE OVERVIEW

Philip O'Hanlon
Instructor and Mentor
Professional GMAT and GRE Verbal instructor and course creator with 15 years' experience. Previously worked at UK Ministry of Defence as an English language specialist and taught philosophy at Queen's University, Belfast. PhD in Social Science from Queen's University, Belfast

SYLLABUS
Discover the course structure

Class #1
Introduction and course overview

Duration: 2 hours
Class structure: Acquaintance of the group with the instructor. Introduction to the structure of the GRE / GMAT test. Overview of the course. Discussion of general strategies and skills needed to outperform on the test. Analysis of student's diagnostic tests.


Class #2
Critical reasoning I

Duration: 2 hours
Class structure: Introduction to fundamental principles of critical and logical reasoning, including the structure of arguments, how to identify logical consistency and how to differentiate valid from invalid inferences. Examples and practice exercises with the group.


Class #3
Critical reasoning II

Duration: 2 hours
Class structure: Nature of arguments and practice in identifying valid and invalid inferences. Preparation for tackling CR questions in subsequent sessions.

Class #4
Critical
reasoning III


Duration: 2 hours
Class structure: Practice of CR questions Understanding of the different types of CR questions in the GRE / GMAT test. General tips, strategies and shortcuts ('hacks') will be provided.
Class #5
Reading comprehension I

Duration: 2 hours
Class structure: Overview of the RC section, insight into techniques and strategies. A 6-step 'master-plan' to enable students to tackle the RC questions with added confidence and consistency.
Grasping the nature of RC questions and of the skills needed to tackle them. GRE / GMAT trap answer choices. Critical reasoning as applied to the Reading Comprehension section.
Class #6
Reading comprehension II

Duration: 2 hours
Class structure: Grasping the nature of RC questions and of the skills needed to tackle them. GRE / GMAT trap answer choices. Critical reasoning as applied to the Reading Comprehension section.
Class #7
Reading comprehension III

Duration: 2 hours
Class structure: Practice of RC question types in order to develop confidence and improve efficiency. Filling in the gaps in understanding and strengthening confidence through guided practice.

Class #8
Analytical writing I

Duration: 2 hours
Class structure: Overview of the writing requirements on GRE / GMAT exam and introduction to basic principles of analytical writing. Comparison and evaluation of sample essays.
Class #9
Analytical writing II

Duration: 2 hours
Class structure: Review of student's written work. Understanding of how to approach Issue questions – how to analyse an issue and how to reason about an issue in an objective, academic manner, evaluating both sides of an argument and forming a reasoned conclusion.
Class #10
Sentence Completion / Equivalence / Correction I

Duration: 2 hours
Class structure: Overview of this part of the Verbal section of the GRE / GMAT test along with differences between GRE and GMAT. Emphasis on Sentence Completion / Equivalence in the GRE: question types, strategies and techniques for answering these questions. Students will also be introduced to strategies for identifying the meaning of unfamiliar words and for building vocabulary.
Class #11
Sentence Completion / Equivalence / Correction II

Duration: 2 hours
Class structure: Understanding of how to tackle Sentence Correction questions.
Class #12
Test, Summary, Review, Questions and Feedback

Duration: 2 hours
Class structure: Course review and final test. Discussion of areas of weakness identified and general feedback.

COURSE SCHEDULE

May 12 – June 17
12.05, Saturday
13.05, Sunday
19.05, Saturday
20.05, Sunday
26.05, Saturday
27.05, Sunday
2.06, Saturday
3.06, Sunday
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10.06, Sunday
16.06, Saturday
17.06, Sunday
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13.00 - 15.00 (GMT+3) / 10:00 - 12:00 (GMT)
17.00 - 19.00 (GMT+3) / 14:00 - 16:00 (GMT)
13.00 - 15.00 (GMT+3) / 10:00 - 12:00 (GMT)
17.00 - 19.00 (GMT+3) / 14:00 - 16:00 (GMT)
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17.00 - 19.00 (GMT+3) / 14:00 - 16:00 (GMT)
13.00 - 15.00 (GMT+3) / 10:00 - 12:00 (GMT)
17.00 - 19.00 (GMT+3) / 14:00 - 16:00 (GMT)

COURSE PRICE
Master the Verbal GMAT/GRE and improve your overall score. Get in to the MBA or masters program of your dream
RUR 19 900
Equivalent in EUR or USD will be calculated on the day of invoice issuance in accordance with the rate of exchange
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We will send payment instructions once we receive your application. International payment is effected through PayPal. Russian and CIS citizens can pay via payment link.
APPLICATION
FAQ
What is the language of instruction?
English
Is my command of English enough to take the course?
This is not a course in English language. It's a test prep course. You need to be fluent in English already. If not sure, apply and we'll see
Do you ever enroll more than 10 people in a course?
No. No exceptions, ever. Rather, expect 6-8 people
What does an online class look like?
Watch this video of an online PST session
Can I skip classes?
Preferably not, but a video recording of each lesson will be accessible to each student on Youtube
How do I sign up?
Fill in the application form, and our admissions team will get back to you
Do you have discounts?
Yes, all Fless alumni get a 10% discount
Where do you get your materials from?
We have developed our own materials based on major GMAT and GRE prep books and online resources
What happens if I miss class?
All classes are recorded. But unlike webinars, you actively have to participate in class. You will present and defend your solutions. So if you miss class, value of the class decreases
Where will materials be?
All materials will be accessible in online data rooms. We will not use printable material for this course
Still not sure?
Apply and we'll see. The rule of thumb is that if you can take part in a discussion in English, you are qualified. Contact us, and we will help you decide
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