SIGHT Test Prep – GMAT® – The GMAT Channel2020-06-08T08:34:55+02:00

GMAT® PREP – THE GMAT CHANNEL

A REVOLUTIONARY NEW WAY TO PREP FOR THE GMAT

Live streaming GMAT prep from the best Kaplan instructors in the country – a SIGHT TEST PREP exclusive

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The GMAT Channel is a revolutionary new way to prep for the GMAT. We’ve designed The Channel as a way to give each student unlimited access to Kaplan’s top-rated GMAT faculty for live, elective instruction. Instead of sitting through hours of one-size-fits-all content review, you can pick the episodes you need to watch most. It’s the best way to gain the most GMAT points in the least amount of time—and it’s only available at SIGHT Test Prep – Kaplan.

THE GMAT CHANNEL

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Find a concept challenging or confusing? Browse episodes by topic and difficulty. During all of our live broadcasts, you and other students get the opportunity to ask questions directly to the instructor in real time. You can also make comments and share notes with the other students.

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Inference and Explain Questions in Critical Reasoning2019-10-28T16:14:35+01:00

Assumptions are central to most Critical Reasoning question types, but not all.
Join us in this session to practice attacking Inference and Explain questions, two question types that do not require finding an assumption.

Analytical Writing Assessment2020-05-19T15:49:12+02:00

This session has The Write Stuff! Join us to learn to write an effective GMAT essay.

Geometry Advanced2019-10-28T16:14:03+01:00

Want practice with extra-tough Geometry questions? Join this session to build experience dealing with difficult topics such as multiple figures and solids.

Integrated Reasoning: Multi-Source Reasoning2019-10-28T16:13:49+01:00

Integrated Reasoning is becoming increasingly important to business school admissions officers. Join this session to practice the Multi-Source Reasoning IR question type.

Backsolving and Number Sense: How to Use Answer Choices2020-05-19T16:02:40+02:00

Join this session to learn to take advantage of the answer options given to you in appoaching a problem. We’ll reinforce the value of Backsolving and practice using the choices in other creative ways.

Argument Structure: Identifying Assumptions2020-05-19T16:07:25+02:00

GMAT arguments are surprisingly predictable. This session provides practice in breaking down arguments into their conclusion and evidence, as well as in finding the assumptions that are central to most CR question types.

Yes/No Data Sufficiency2019-10-28T16:12:30+01:00

Yes/No Data Sufficiency questions provide different challenges from Value DS questions. In this session we’ll practice Yes/No questions so you can learn how to best manage the nuances of this question type.

Solving Word Problems2019-10-28T16:12:10+01:00

You never want to have points get lost in translation. Word problems can feel unwieldy without practice, so join us to hone your ability to translate words into math.

Reading Comprehension Basics: Structural Reading2019-10-28T16:11:55+01:00

What’s the story? There’s so much information in reading comp passages that getting the gist can be difficult. But GMAT authors use keywords that give away what’s most important. Learn to read for points, not details.