### GMAT Classic Courses Syllabus:

Session 1: Basics

This session introduces the fundamentals of the GMAT and the Bell Curves approach to preparing. We will introduce our approaches for Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency.

Session 2: Arithmetic

This session introduces the key principles of Arithmetic tested on the GMAT, as well as specific tools to manage Arithmetic problems and the application of those tools on Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency questions.

Session 3: Sentence Correction Grammar

This session details the major grammar rules tested on the GMAT, as well as instruction on how to recognize when these rules are being tested and how to apply these rules in context.

Session 4: Sentence Correction Approach

This session covers the Sentence Correction Approach, and the application of grammar rules in the context of GMAT problems.

Session 5: Number Properties & Integrated Reasoning Introduction

This session introduces fundamental and complex Number Properties, and strategies for applying Number Properties concepts in the context of the Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving approaches. Integrated Reasoning (IR) basics are also covered, in conjunction with skill-building IR drills.

Session 6: Algebra

This session provides a detailed review of the Algebra concepts tested on the GMAT, and how to apply algebra concepts in the context of Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency Questions.

Session 7: Understanding Arguments

This session introduces the fundamental components of arguments, particularly learning to identify the parts of the argument and the assumptions inherent in the argument, as well as details of the five common assumption types.

Session 8: Assumption-based Arguments

This session introduces the common assumption-based question types, as well as the Critical Reasoning Approach.

Session 9: Geometry

This session introduces the fundamentals of Geometry tested on the GMAT, and how to apply geometry concepts in the context of Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency Questions.

This session introduces powerful strategies to manage Reading Comprehension, specifically how to translate relevant information and how to most effectively use the Reading Comprehension approach.

Session 11: Statistics & Integrated Reasoning Approach

This session introduces fundamental and complex Statistics knowledge tested on the GMAT, and how to apply statistics concepts in the context of Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency Questions. Integrated Reasoning approaches for the various question formats are also presented and applied to practice questions.

Session 12: Content-based Arguments

This session introduces modifications to the Critical Reasoning approach to master those questions that require understanding of the relationships between pieces of information presented in the prompt.

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