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**GMAT Syllabus**

Our GMAT syllabus contains thirteen study sessions and an introductory session, which teaches how to organize your GMAT prep and how to approach effectively GMAT questions of different type. Our GMAT syllabus is unique in that it does not concentrate solely on strategies and approaches, but contains all the theoretical GMAT prep material you need for effective GMAT prep. Of course, all the useful tricks and shortcuts that can help you deduce the correct answer or save time are also included in our GMAT syllabus, but the emphasis is made on the theoretical GMAT prep material and practice questions, because no set of strategies and tricks ensures high GMAT score if you do not know the material tested on the GMAT.

**Session 1**

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## MathProperties of integers, Consecutive integers Factors and Multiples (GCF,LCM), Prime factorization ## VerbalGeneral info about sentence correction questions, General principle of subject-verb agreement, Plural and singular subjects, Simple and compound subjects |

**Session 2**

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CR1. Introduction to Critical Reasoning. Assumption Questions.This part of our GMAT syllabus provides general information about Critical Reasoning questions and the structure of GMAT arguments and explains how to approach these questions. It also includes a detailed explanation of Assumption questions and points out the main types of assumptions used in GMAT arguments. | |

## MathFractions, Decimals, Percents, Ratio and proportion ## VerbalGeneral info about GMAT critical reasoning questions, Structural parts of GMAT arguments, Assumption questions, Types of assumptions used in GMAT questions |

**Session 3**

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## MathProperties of real numbers, Absolute value, Exponents (properties, operations), Roots (properties, operations) ## VerbalGeneral info about reading comprehension questions, Main idea questions, Purpose questions, Title questions |

**Session 4**

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## MathArithmetic mean, Median, Mode, Range, Standard Deviation (properties) ## VerbalPronoun-antecedent agreement, Pronoun reference, Modification errors, Correct usage of adjectives and adverbs |

**Session 5**

Linear Equations.This lesson teaches the essential methods of solving the linear equations (substitution, combination). It also touches upon the equations with absolute values, and closes on the most common watch-outs in solving linear equations on the GMAT. | |

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## MathSLinear equations, Systems of linear equations, Dependent and independent equations, Equations with absolute value ## VerbalInference and conclusion questions, Tips for inference and conclusion questions, Weaken and strengthen questions, Most common methods of weakening or strengthening GMAT arguments |

**Session 6**

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## MathSolving quadratic equations: quadratic formula, factoring, Viète’s formulas, Formulas of short multiplication, Exponential equations, Equations with radicals ## VerbalAuthors attitude and tone questions, Evaluating the logical structure of the passage |

**Session 7**

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## MathLinear inequalities, Inequalities with absolute value, Quadratic inequalities, Functions, Sequences: arithmetic progression, geometric progression, recurrent sequences ## VerbalPairs of words that are often confused, Idiomatic expression of causal relationship, Other common idioms frequently tested on the GMAT |

**Session 8**

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## MathMotion problems, Work problems, Mixture problems ## VerbalStrategy questions, Paradox questions, Flaw questions, Typical flaws in GMAT arguments |

**Session 9**

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## MathSimple and compound interest, Profit problems, Discount problems, Sets problems Age and coin problems ## VerbalAccording to…and detail questions, Inference questions, Argument questions |

**Session 10**

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## MathLines and angles, Triangles and their properties, Right triangle, Isosceles triangle, Equilateral triangles ## VerbalInfinitive, gerund, participle, Verb tenses: formation and usage, Sequence of tenses, Verb voice and mood, Conditional sentences |

**Session 11**

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## MathGeneral properties of quadrilaterals, Parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus, square, trapezoid, Circumference, circle, 3D Geometry: sphere, cube, right cylinder, rectangular solid ## VerbalEvaluate the argument questions, Parallel reasoning questions, Argument structure and method of reasoning questions, Non-standard question stems, Percentages, numbers and statistics in GMAT arguments |

**Session 12**

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## MathQuadrants, Distance between two points, midpoint, Line: equation of a line, slope, parallel and perpendicular lines, Triangles on the coordinate plane ## VerbalParallelism errors, Comparison errors, Sentence structure, Correlative constructions |

**Session 13**

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## MathCombinations, Permutations: circular, with repeated elements, constrained, Probability, Combinatorics and probability |

**IR Session 1**

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## Graphics Interpretation Covered:Structure of GI problems, Approach to GI problems, Types of charts ## Two-Part Analysis CoveredStructure of TPA problems, Approach to TPA problems, Types of TPA problems |

**IR Session 2**

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## Table Analysis Covered:Structure of TA problems, Approach to TA problems ## Multi-Source Reasoning CoveredStructure of MSR problems, Approach to MSR problems, Types of MSR problems |

This lesson provides information on correct and idiomatic pronoun use and points out major pronoun use errors that come up in Sentence Correction questions. It also deals with possible modification errors and the correct use of adverbs and adjectives.