Week 2: Learn about basic parts of the test and standardized test-taking strategies. Logical/Critical Reasoning: Review basics of inductive and deductive logic to help identify assumptions, isolate conclusions, and avoid logical fallacies.
Week 3: Reading Comprehension: Learn how to evaluate the structure and details of the text and how to select the correct answers for the various question types. Sentence Correction: Review aspects of grammar and usage most often tested. Receive a timed writing assignment to help prepare for essay writing (essay must be e-mailed to the instructor in order to receive comments via return e-mail).
Week 4: Analytical Writing: Analyze the argument essay format and learn how to interrogate an argument, focus on relevant information, and use proper grammar and punctuation to prepare to write a well-structured response. Integrated Reasoning: Overview of this new section that will contain four, multi-step question types.
Week 5: Cover concepts such as compound interest, weighted averages, retail markups, factoring polynomials, principles of all triangles, quadrilaterals, special ratios and identities, and problem solving strategies used to solve discrete quantitative questions. Learn to apply test taking strategies to solve complex problems as well as time-efficient approaches.
Week 6: Quantitative section measures ability to reason quantitatively, solve quantitative problems, and interpret graphic data. Review the two types of multiple-choice questions: problem solving and data sufficiency.
Week 7: Cover integrated reasoning section which includes analyzing a compilation of data presented in various forms, including word, charts, and tables; pull out key insights to answer multiple questions about the data.
Event Id: 186281, , 07/07/2012 - 08/18/2012, Carlson School of Mgmt Bldg, Room 1-142 - 321 19th Ave S, Minneapolis, M