GMAT Prep Helps with New Section

August 31, 2012

To assist in preparing for the GMAT, Xavier University’s Williams College of Business offers test preparation workshops. The workshops are designed to help review basic algebra and geometry, sentence structure, to present the format of the test, to prepare for the new integrated reasoning section and to give general testing strategies. Such preparation, combined with self-study, makes people more comfortable in the testing situation and helps maximize performance. Registration is required.

Early bird registration (by 5pm on 9/18 for the 9/22 or 9/25 sessions or by 5 pm on 11/6 for the 11/10 or 11/17 session) is $175 for both verbal and quantitative. After those cutoffs, the regular price is $210 for both. You can register for just one session for $110. The price includes a copy of the Princeton Review’s “Cracking the New GMAT” as well as breakfast, lunch and the course packet for each session.

Xavier’s program is preferred by many because the sessions are just two weekends, are cost-effective and benefit those who want a little help with self-preparation for the GMAT but do not want or need something as expensive and intense as other options.

Verbal Workshop
Sept. 22 or Nov. 10, 2012
9 am – 3 pm Room G-23 Smith Hall, Xavier University
Review of the five verbal sections, Sentence Correction, Reading Comprehension, Critical Thinking, Analysis of an Issue, Integrated Reasoning
The verbal session is led by Deborah Beck. She received her BA in education from NKU, her MEd in special education from Xavier and is a language teacher for the State of Indiana school system. She has taught this course for about four years.

Quantitative Workshop
Sept. 29 or Nov. 17, 2012
9 am – 3 pm Room G-28 Smith Hall, Xavier University
Problem Strategy, Algebra & Geometry Problem Solving Review, Data Sufficiency Review
The quantitative session is led by Carolyn Luzader, adjunct professor in Xavier’s MBA program and a statistical analyst at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. She has a master’s degree in Statistics and has taught this course for 13 years.

Please plan to arrive on campus at 8:50 a.m. for the workshops. An information/confirmation email will be sent the week of the workshop with location and parking information. At least 10 participants must be registered per session by the Wednesday before the session date, or the workshop for that date will be cancelled. A cancellation notification will be emailed to those registered.

If you have further questions about the workshop, please call 513-745-3525 or email