Welcome to GMAT BLUEPRINT – a unique course based on three characteristics:
- Foundational Skills
- Key concepts
- Step-by-step approach
|Day||Date (7:00 – 9:00 PM IST)||Topic|
|0||The GMAT Mindset|
|1||Thu, 7 May 2020||Reading Skills – understanding
words + ideas
|2||Fri, 8 May 2020||Reading Skill – relating ideas|
|3||Sat, 9 May 2020||Inference|
|4||Sun, 10 May 2020||CR – Reasoning structure + The
Gap + The CR Process
|5||Mon, 11 May 2020||CR – The argument family|
|6||Tue, 12 May 2020||CR – Non-argument family|
|7||Wed, 13 May 2020||Break (Office hour – 7-8)|
|8||Thu, 14 May 2020||RC – RC in action|
|9||Fri, 15 May 2020||RC – Different types of RC
|10||Sat, 16 May 2020||SC – Meaning of a sentence|
|11||Sun, 17 May 2020||SC – Structuring|
|12||Mon, 18 May 2020||SC – 700 level q’s + SC The way
|13||Tue, 19 May 2020||Break (Office hour – 7-8)|
|14||Wed, 20 May 2020||Quant – Reading skills + ‘the
layer of logic’
|15||Thu, 21 May 2020||Quant – Physical entities, not
|16||Fri, 22 May 2020||Quant – Difficult Concepts|
|17||Sat, 23 May 2020||Data Sufficiency – How to
approach a DS question
|18||Sun, 24 May 2020||Quant 700-level questions + GMAT – the way forward|
Over the next 18 days, I will take you through the approach of how to prepare for, and how to answer each question type on the GMAT.
There will be pre-session and post-session homework assignments that will be uploaded in this course. So do bookmark this page and keep revisiting for updates.
While you can access the sessions using a cell phone also, try to use a laptop to get the most out of the sessions.
The batch size will be very small to enable high levels of interactivity. So, check your mics and webcams beforehand. Be sure you there is no background noise. You’d need an internet connection with at least a 1.5mbps bandwidth.
The sessions might run over by ~10-15 minutes. So, please keep that buffer.
Anish usually signs in around 5 minutes before the start time. Use that opportunity to discuss anything GMAT related.
There will be 2 ‘office-hours’ (mentioned in the timetable). You could use those office hours to discuss any questions related to our sessions, your practice, or anything related to your GMAT prep.
Official Guides (can be accessed from GMATClub)