GRE® Test Prep Program

Learning Outcomes

Duration:  2 hrs./Class

 

Class Size: at will (1-on-1/small group)

 

Delivery: Online/On-site 

*Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we're unable to deliver lessons on site. Please ask the program consultant for more information.

Program Description:

Entry Level:

By the end of the course, students will

  1. have memorized the words from 3K GRE Vocabulary;

  2. have mastered the grammar often involved in the GRE General test and been able to understand long and complex sentences;

  3. have developed a deeper understanding of the differences between English and Chinese;

  4. be able to understand academic discussions at the introductory level of whatever topics;

  5. be able to run graduate-level math operations for analysis;

  6. be able to read and think critically by identifying the fallacies in others’ argument

  7. be able to write a full argument independently with substantive supporting details.

Intermediate Level:

By the end of the course, students will

  1. have memorized the words from 3K GRE Vocabulary;

  2. be able to segment and understand long and complex sentences;

  3. be able to segment and understand an academic essay at the introductory level;

  4. be able to understand academic discussions at the introductory level of whatever topics;

  5. be able to run graduate-level math operations for analysis;

  6. be able to read and think critically by identifying the fallacies in others’ argument

  7. be able to write a full argument independently with substantive supporting details and a convincing counterargument

Advanced Level:

By the end of the course, students will

  1. have memorized the words from 3K GRE Vocabulary and almost no unknown words in a GRE test;

  2. be able to segment and understand long and complex sentences;

  3. be able to understand the logic of academic writings of whatever disciplines;

  4. be able to run graduate-level math operations for analysis;

  5. be able to read and think critically;

  6. be able to write a full argument quickly and independently with substantive supporting details, convincing counterarguments, which inspires thinking of higher values

GMAT® Test Prep Program

Duration:  2 hrs./Class

 

Class Size: at will (1-on-1/small group)

 

Delivery: Online/On-site 

*Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we're unable to deliver lessons on site. Please ask the program consultant for more information.

Program Description:

 

Learning Outcomes

Entry Level:

By the end of the course, students will

  1. have memorized the words from GMAT Vocabulary Collection;

  2. have mastered the grammar often involved in the GMAT test and been able to understand long and complex sentences;

  3. have developed a deeper understanding of the differences between English and Chinese;

  4. be able to understand academic discussions at the introductory level of whatever topics;

  5. be able to run graduate-level math operations for analysis;

  6. be able to read and think critically by identifying the fallacies in others’ argument

Intermediate Level:

By the end of the course, students will

  1. have mastered the words from GMAT Vocabulary Collection;

  2. have mastered the grammar often involved in the GMAT test and been able to understand long and complex sentences;

  3. have developed a deeper understanding of the differences between English and Chinese;

  4. be able to understand academic discussions at the introductory level of whatever topics;

  5. be able to run graduate-level math operations for analysis;

  6. be able to read and think critically by identifying the fallacies in others’ argument and write a critical analysis of it

Advanced Level:

By the end of the course, students will

  1. have mastered all the words from GMAT Vocabulary Collection and be able to use these words in writing (input and output);

  2. have mastered the grammar often involved in the GMAT test and been able to understand long and complex sentences easily to further extract the specific information;

  3. have developed a deeper understanding of the differences between English and Chinese;

  4. be able to understand academic discussions at the introductory level of whatever topics;

  5. be able to run graduate-level math operations for analysis;

  6. be able to read and think critically by identifying the fallacies in others’ argument and write a critical analysis of it

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