The average GMAT score varies a bit from year to year. There are also many different components to it. You receive separate verbal, math, and writing scores as well as a composite score. The average verbal score is about 27 while the average math score is about 36. The average total score is 545. Want to do better than average? Let Nova Press help you prepare with the Nova Press GMAT Prep Course!
Nova Press wants to make sure you have all of the information you need in order to master the GMAT. Our GMAT Prep Course contains 3 different sections, each devoted to a different section of the GMAT. Part One covers all of the math that you will need for the test. There are many subsections, each devoted to a specific mathematical concept. Each subsection also includes clear examples and explanations as well as practice questions (with answers) for you to apply what you have learned or what you are reviewing.
The verbal section contains subsections devoted to reading comprehension, arguments, sentence correction and an analytical writing segment. Nova Press outlines specific tools for you to use in order to improve your reading comprehension, including categorizing the six main types of questions asked, reviewing pivotal words, and outlining a specific three-step method that you can use on test day to succeed. The arguments sections helps you to understand the “point” of each argument, so you can choose the correct answer, even if the argument is fallacious and the “right” answer is actually wrong. We focus on making sure you have the tools you need to be able to understand what the argument is and what is being asked. The sentence correction subsection details eight different areas that are commonly tested on the exam and gives examples and explanations for their proper usage.
The analytical writing segment makes sure you understand the two different types of writing that the test-graders are looking for. It reviews basic grammar and punctuation, gives tips on how to develop your own writing style, rubrics so you can evaluate your own writing with the same criteria used by the test-graders, and sample prompts to practice with.
Studying with Nova Press’s GMAT Prep course will help you get better than the average GMAT score if you are willing to put in the work. You can master the GMAT, and Nova Press can help.
Originally posted 2012-04-28 01:32:08.