This is the full recording of the “Advance Your GMAT Verbal Skills” webinar conducted in partnership between PrepAdviser and Veritas Prep in March 2015.
In order to really advance your GMAT verbal skills, you need to understand what really makes the Verbal section difficult past the 50th percentile. Business schools appreciate balanced GMAT scores, so you can’t rely on a good quant score only.
During the webinar, a Veritas Prep instructor demonstrates the tools that the GMAT testmaker uses to create trap answers and require critical thinking skills.
More importantly, at the end of this 90-minute session, you will be equipped with powerful strategies for using this insider knowledge of the testmaker’s tendencies so that you can efficiently work through the all parts of the GMAT Verbal section.
Watch this video and you will learn how to approach:
- The densest Reading Comprehension passages
- The most clever Critical Reasoning prompts
- The most challenging Sentence Correction structures
Learn more about the GMAT Verbal Section
Ethan Todras-Whitehill is a veteran Veritas Prep instructor. In 2013, he won the Veritas Prep Worldwide Instructor of the Year award.
A test prep instructor since he was a student at Tufts in 2000, Ethan has taught the GMAT all across the world from New York to Seattle to Dubai, and now broadcasts his creative and engaging lessons from his studio in Amherst. Ethan readily admits that he truly found his calling with the launch of the HD video Live Online format.
When he’s not teaching the GMAT, he can be found traveling, writing about his travels in the New York Times, parenting, and woodworking. And whether he’s encouraging readers to visit the Himalayas or students to improve their algebra, he always has his eyes on helping others reach that elusive summit.
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