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GMAT SYLLABIThe syllabi on the following pages list the math and verbal assignments for each class. Yourhomework assignments depend on your current math and verbal scores. Be sure to read How toUse These Syllabi before doing your first assignment. Your teacher can answer any questionsthat you might have about which assignment to complete.Types of Assignments Prework: Each week you’ll have a pre-class assignment from the Quantitative and VerbalReview Manuals. These readings and drills prepare you for the upcoming lesson, so it’svery important that you complete them before each class. Answers and explanations areprovided at the end of each chapter In Class Manual Homework: These sections provide additional practice with the topicscovered in the lesson. Answers and explanations are provided at the end of each chapter. Official Guide Homework: Practice what you’ve learned by working real GMATproblems. The first section is a diagnostic test, and the rest of the guide is divided intosections by question type.Special Note about Integrated Reasoning Questions: The Official Guide includes access to acompanion website with 50 Integrated Reasoning questions. You'll need to register with thewebsite using the unique code found in the plastic pocket on the inside back cover of yourOfficial Guide. Your access to the companion website is good for 6 months. Please be aware thatthis companion website is run by GMAC and Wiley, the publisher of the Official Guide . ThePrinceton Review has no control over the content posted to this site or to your access. It is notpossible for The Princeton Review to extend your access to this website. If you experienceproblems with the companion website for the Official Guide, you can contact Wileyat wiley.custhelp.comSectionProblems start on pageAnswer Key is on pageDiagnostic Test2045Problem Solving152186Data Sufficiency274292Reading Comprehension358418Critical Reasoning496539Sentence Correction672698Integrated ReasoningCompanion WebsiteCompanion Website Online Homework: Put together everything you’ve learned with online tests and drills.Do the assigned drills and tests each week and use the review feature at the end of eachdrill or test to access explanations. To access an explanation just click on the problemnumber from the score report that displays at the completion of each drill.-1-

How to Use These SyllabiFor each class, there are 3 versions of the math syllabus and 3 versions of the verbal syllabus.You should complete the math version that corresponds to your current math score from yourmost recent practice test. You should complete the verbal version that corresponds toyour current verbal score from your most recent practice test.While it might be tempting to do homework based on the score you’d like to get, it’s better touse your current score. Results typically come in stages so you’ll want to use homework tobuild your skills. As your score improves, the syllabus will direct you to questions that will helpyou to make further improvements.For each version of the syllabus, the homework is divided into two sections: Essentials andSupplemental. This division of the homework will help you to prioritize your study time.Typically, you’ll want to complete the entire assignment before your next class. If you’re facinga rough week, however, and have limited study time, do the Essentials. But remember— doingthe entire assignment will result in a better score improvement .Here’s what you’ll find in each section: Essentials This part of the assignment represents the minimum that you need to do toget ready for your next class and to review what you learned in your previous class. Ifyou do the Essentials, you won’t fall behind. The Essentials will always include thePrework assignment, the In Class Manual homework and some problems from theOfficial Guide for each topic that was covered in your last class. Getting the Essentialsdone is your first priority when you do your homework. Supplementary Want more? The supplementary part of the assignment helps you tofurther refine your understanding of GMAT problems. In this section, you’ll findadditional problems from the Official Guide as well as additional online drills. While theproblems assigned in the Essentials section test material that you just covered in yourprevious class, Supplementary problems test material from previous lessons. Doingproblems that test material from previous lessons will help you to refine and masterskills from those lessons.Integrated Reasoning assignments are not broken down by score level. Integrated Reasoninghomework assignments start with lesson three of the course.-2-

Frequently Asked QuestionsWhich version should I use if I haven’t taken a practice test?First off, take a practice test! Taking practice tests allows you to track your improvements andyour weaknesses. You can’t address your weakness if you don’t know what they are. However,if you haven’t taken a practice test, you should assume that your math score is between 35 and42 and that your verbal score is between 28 and 34 unless you have good reason to believe yourscore is higher or lower. Good reasons include things such as your typical performance on otherstandardized tests and past GMAT results.What if one of my later scores is lower than one of my earlier scores?First off, be sure to talk to your instructor so that the two of you can figure out what happened.As for the syllabus, you can continue to use the syllabus that goes with the higher score.Remember that a few hard problems early in the test could have been the reason for the lowerscore.What if I think my first practice tests results may be too low?There could be reasons why your first practice test results are too low. For example, if you weresick when you took your first test, your results might have been affected. Other factors thatcould cause a low score include interruptions during your test and noisy testing environments.However, the practice tests are generally reliable indicators of your score. So, you typicallywant to use the syllabus that goes with your current score.What if I’m still not sure?Consult your instructor – that’s why we’ve staffed your class with a thoroughly trained,knowledgeable expert.-3-

How to Make the Most of Your Study Time Do a little each day. It’s better to do a little homework each day than a lot of homeworkon one day! If you try to do all of your homework on your day off, at some point, you’llprobably find yourself doing the problems just to get them done. You want to learnsomething from the questions. Plus, if you don’t start your homework until a few daysafter your class, you may find that you’ve forgotten some of the approaches that youlearned in class. If you do a little bit of homework each day, you’ll find it easier to masterthe skills tested on the GMAT. And, you won’t spend your whole day off doing GMATquestions! If you start to zone out, take a break. When you start to find yourself focusing more onjust getting the answer than how to get to the answer, it’s time to take a break. Toimprove your GMAT score, you need to identify and fix your weaknesses. You can’t dothat effectively if you’re not paying attention to how you approach the question. Practice the techniques. The methods that you learn in class have helped tens ofthousands of GMAT students improve their scores. Some of them will seem strange atfirst. And, in many cases, they may seem more time consuming. That’s normal. As youget more comfortable with the techniques, you’ll find that both your accuracy and yourspeed will increase. Learn to guess. All of your practice questions include explanations. It may be tempting tolook at the explanation as soon as you get stuck. However, when you take the realGMAT, you won’t be able to glance at an explanation for a hint. So, before you look at theexplanation, practice your elimination skills. If you can’t find the right answer, look forwrong answers to eliminate. Your teacher will help you to learn how to identify wronganswers for each type of question. Once you’ve eliminated some answers and made aguess, then it’s time to look at the explanation. Most test takers need to guess a few timeswhen they take the GMAT. Learning how to guess effectively can give a real boost toyour score. Use the Office Hours. Your course includes 30 hours of online office hours each week. Ifyou have questions as you are doing your homework, all you need to do is go to theonline classroom and a Princeton Review GMAT expert will answer your questions.Making use of the office hours is great way to ensure that you are solving problems inthe way most likely to increase your GMAT score. Information about when the classroomis staffed is available in this student portal. If the classroom isn't staffed when you aredoing your homework, make sure that you keep a list of the questions that gave youtrouble so that you can make use of the online office hours when the classroom is staffed.-4-

Practice Test Schedule At A GlanceIt's important to take practice tests as you progress through your course. Your student portalincludes access to 10 full length practice tests. These tests work as much like the real GMATexam as possible.We ask that you take 7 tests during your course. These tests are found in the Core Tests folder.If you wish to take the other 3 tests, you can find those in the Supplemental Tests folder.To get the most out of your practice tests, you should act as though you were taking the realGMAT.Here are some tips for making your practice test experience as much like taking the real GMATas possible. Take the test when you are well rested. For your real GMAT, you'll likely have gotten agood night's sleep. If you take your practice test after a long day at work, it's likely thatyour score will be affected. Take the test in a quiet place. While it may be tempting to take you lap top to thenearest coffee shop so that there's plenty of snacks around when you are taking yourtest, you'll likely also be distracted by the noisy environment. So, take your test in aquiet location. If you are testing at home, turn off your cell phone and don't open youremail, turn Skype off and log off of Facebook! And, as for the snacks, well, you aren'tallowed to bring those into the testing room at the real exam anyway. Take the test all at once. While you can suspend the practice test and resume it later, wedon't recommend doing so. After all, you can't suspend the real GMAT and come backto it the following day. Whenever possible, take the test in one sitting. Practice your pacing. The pacing charts for the Quantitative and Verbal sections are inthe Core Tests and Supplemental Tests folder. It's a good idea to review this chart beforeevery practice test. Check your pacing periodically as you take your test. A good rule ofthumb is to check your pacing every 5 to 10 questions. If you are a minute under or overwhere you should be, that's not a big deal. If you are substantially over or under time,however, you need to adjust your pacing!-5-

This chart shows when you should take your practice tests.GoalsTest OneGet familiar with the structure and timing of the GMAT.LessonOneLessonTwoTest TwoPractice your pacing.Practice Plugging In for Math and the Basic Approach for SentenceCorrection.LessonThreeLessonFourTest ThreeContinue to practice your pacing.Practice the Basic Approach for Integrated Reasoning.Practice the Basic Approach for Critical Reasoning.LessonFiveLesson SixTest FourStart fine tuning your pacing.Practice the Basic Approach for Reading Comprehension.Practice applying Geometry rules and methods.LessonSevenTest FiveContinue to fine tune your pacing.Practice using patterns for Critical Reasoning questions.Practice applying Number Theory rules.Continue to practice Plugging In.LessonEight-6-

GoalsTest SixContinue to look for any last content or strategy weaknesses.Make sure you have a plan based on the results of this test to address anyremaining weaknesses.LessonNineTest SevenPractice your pacing and strategies one last time before taking the realGMAT.-7-

Integrated Reasoning ScoringThe Integrated Reasoning section is scored from 1 to 8 in 1 point increments.GMAC has yet to release comprehensive information about how the Integrated Reasoning scoreis calculated.Here's what we do know: Scoring is all or nothing for Integrated Reasoning items. For example, a Table Analysisitem has three subquestions. You need to answer each of these subquestions correctly toget any credit for the entire item. The Integrated Reasoning section includes experimental items. GMAC has not releasedhow many of the items are experimental. The Integrated Reasoning score is calculated in two steps. First, the number of items thatyou get correct is your raw score. Experimental questions are disregarded whencalculating the raw score. Second, an equating process is used to adjust for minordifferences in the overall difficulty of each section. Then, the raw score is converted tothe scaled (1 to 8) score.The Integrated Reasoning section on your practice test is currently not reporting a scaled (1 to 8)score. Rather, you will see a tally based on your total correct responses. Since most IntegratedReasoning item types include 2 or 3 sub-questions, this tally is typically reported on roughly 30possible responses.When you look at your score report for Integrated Reasoning, you'll want to remember that youneed to get every part of an item right in order to receive credit on the actual GMAT. So, if youconsistently miss one part of each item, your actual Integrated Reasoning score could berelatively lower than your question tally might indicate. Remember to ask you teacher if youneed clarification in interpreting your scores.As we learn more about the way that the Integrated Reasoning section is scored, we'll convertour scoring system to that used by the GMAT for the Integrated Reasoning section. YourQuantitative and Verbal sections are already scored using the same fundamental adaptivealgorithms as the GMAT.Good luck on your GMAT practice exam!-8-

Class One MathThis assignment is due at the start of Class 2.CLASS ONE – MATH SYLLABUSCurrent Math Score Below 35EssentialsPrework in the Quantitative Review for the GMAT Numbers and Properties: Chapter 1 Properties of Integers pp. 39-76 Numbers and Properties: Chapter 2 Properties of Rational Numbers pp. 77-102Homework in the In Class Manual: Practice : pages 27-32Official Guide Homework: Problem Solving : 2, 4, 11, 15, 26, 29, 34, 38Data Sufficiency : 2, 6, 8, 17, 21, 25, 29, 31Online:My Drills Math Plugging In GMAT Problem Solving - Plugging in the Answers - Basic My Drills Math Plugging In GMAT Problem Solving - Plugging In - Intermediate 1SupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework: Problem Solving: 1, 6, 8, 17, 19, 20, 21, 27, 41Data Sufficiency: 40, 45, 46, 51, 59Online My Drills Math Fundamentals GMAT Problem Solving - Terminology – Basic My Drills Math Fundamentals GMAT Problem Solving - Fractions and Decimals - Basic (See the next page for additional Class One Math Syllabi.)-9-

Class One MathThis assignment is due at the start of Class 2.CLASS ONE – MATH SYLLABUSCurrent Math Score Between 35-42EssentialsPrework in the Quantitative Review for the GMAT Numbers and Properties: Chapter 1 Properties of Integers pp. 39-76 Numbers and Properties: Chapter 2 Properties of Rational Numbers pp. 77-102Homework in the In Class Manual: Practice : pages 27-32Official Guide Homework: Problem Solving : 60, 81, 83, 89, 93, 108, 114, 123, 140, 144Data Sufficiency : 40, 45, 46, 51, 54, 55, 59, 64Online: My Drills Math Plugging In GMAT Problem Solving - Plugging In - Intermediate My Drills Math Plugging In GMAT Problem Solving - Plugging in the Answers - Intermediate 1SupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework: Problem Solving: 57, 58, 59, 72, 76, 84, 85, 142, 154Data Sufficiency: 61, 65, 78, 88, 91Online: My Drills Math Fundamentals GMAT Problem Solving - Terminology – Basic My Drills Math Fundamentals GMAT Problem Solving - Fractions and Decimals - Intermediate(See the next page for additional Class One Math Syllabi.)- 10 -

Class One MathThis assignment is due at the start of Class 2.CLASS ONE – MATH SYLLABUSCurrent Math Score Above 42EssentialsPrework in the Quantitative Review for the GMAT Numbers and Properties: Chapter 1 Properties of Integers pp. 39-76 Numbers and Properties: Chapter 2 Properties of Rational Numbers pp. 77-102Homework in the In Class Manual: Practice : pages 27-32Official Guide Homework: Problem Solving : 93, 108, 119, 123, 131, 135, 140, 151, 153, 162Data Sufficiency : 55, 58, 59, 64, 65, 76, 78, 83, 161, 171Online: My Drills Math Plugging In GMAT Problem Solving - Plugging in the Answers - Advanced My Drills Math Plugging In GMAT Problem Solving - Plugging In - Advanced 1SupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework: Problem Solving: 94, 96, 97, 118, 136, 154, 171, 191 Data Sufficiency: 61, 86, 88, 91, 112Online: My Drills Math Fundamentals GMAT Problem Solving - Fractions and Decimals - Advanced My Drills Math Fundamentals GMAT Problem Solving - Terminology - Advanced- 11 -

Class One VerbalThis assignment is due at the start of Class 2 and is in addition to everything listed for Class 1 on your math syllabus.CLASS ONE – VERBAL SYLLABUSCurrent Verbal Score Below 28EssentialsPrework in the Verbal Review for the GMATSentence Correction: Chapters 3, 4 and 5: pp.37-55Official Guide Homework: Sentence Correction: 3, 6, 8, 16, 36, 46, 61, 67Online: My Drills Verbal Timed Drills GMAT Sentence Correction - Basic 1SupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework: Sentence Correction: 78, 80, 81, 90Online:My Drills Verbal Sentence Correction GMAT Sentence Correction - Timed 1A(See the next page for additional Class One Verbal Syllabi.)- 12 -

Class One VerbalThis assignment is due at the start of Class 2 and is in addition to everything listed for Class 1 on your math syllabus.CLASS ONE – VERBAL SYLLABUSCurrent Verbal Score Between 28-34EssentialsPrework in the Verbal Review for the GMATSentence Correction: Chapters 3, 4 and 5: pp.37-55Official Guide Homework: Sentence Correction: 16, 36, 46, 61, 67, 78, 80, 81Online: My Drills Verbal Timed Drills GMAT Sentence Correction - Intermediate 1SupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework: Sentence Correction: 96, 101, 102, 115, 119Online:My Drills Verbal Sentence Correction GMAT Sentence Correction - Timed 1A(See the next page for additional Class One Verbal Syllabi.)- 13 -

Class One VerbalThis assignment is due at the start of Class 2 and is in addition to everything listed for Class 1 on your math syllabus.CLASS ONE – VERBAL SYLLABUSCurrent Verbal Score Above 34EssentialsPrework in the Verbal Review for the GMATSentence Correction: Chapters 3, 4 and 5: pp.37-55Official Guide Homework: Sentence Correction: 36, 46, 61, 67, 78, 80, 81, 96, 101Online:My Drills Verbal Timed Drills GMAT Sentence Correction - Intermediate 1SupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework: Sentence Correction: 102, 113, 115, 119, 123Online:My Drills Verbal Sentence Correction GMAT Sentence Correction – Timed 1A- 14 -

Class Two MathThis assignment is due at the start of Class 3.NOTE: PRACTICE TEST THIS WEEK!CLASS TWO – MATH SYLLABUSCurrent Math Score Below 35EssentialsPrework in the Quantitative Review for the GMAT Algebra: Chapter 1 The Basics pp. 105-142 Algebra: Chapter 2 Beyond the Basics pp. 143-179Homework in the In Class Manual: Practice : pages 52-56Official Guide Homework: Problem Solving : 31, 32, 33, 39, 44, 137, 138Data Sufficiency : 4, 7, 10, 13, 14, 18, 26, 27, 28Online: Take Practice Test 2 My Drills Math Yes No Data Sufficiency GMAT Data Sufficiency - Yes No - Basic My Drills Math Plug In Twice GMAT Problem Solving - Must Be - IntermediateSupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework: Problem Solving: 46, 47, 48, 57, 59, 60, 71, 89, 140 Data Sufficiency: 32, 61, 62, 63, 64Online: My Drills Math Fundamentals GMAT Data Sufficiency - Terminology – Basic My Drills Math Fundamentals GMAT Problem Solving - Percents - Basic(See the next page for additional Class Two Math Syllabi.)- 15 -

Class Two MathThis assignment is due at the start of Class 3.NOTE: PRACTICE TEST THIS WEEKCLASS TWO – MATH SYLLABUSCurrent Math Score Between 35-42EssentialsPrework in the Quantitative Review for the GMAT Algebra: Chapter 1 The Basics pp. 105-142 Algebra: Chapter 2 Beyond the Basics pp. 143-179Homework in the In Class Manual: Practice : pages 52-56Official Guide Homework: Problem Solving : 87, 122, 138, 153, 167, 184, 185, 187, 195Data Sufficiency : 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 63, 69, 72Online: Take Practice Test 2 My Drills Math Plug In Twice GMAT Problem Solving - Must Be - Intermediate My Drills Math Yes No Data Sufficiency GMAT Data Sufficiency - Yes No - Intermediate 1SupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework: Problem Solving: 71, 74, 94, 96, 97, 127, 131, 169, 188 Data Sufficiency: 62, 86, 112, 124, 126Online: My Drills Math Plugging In GMAT Problem Solving - Plugging in the Answers - Intermediate 2 My Drills Math Fundamentals GMAT Problem Solving - Percents - Intermediate(See the next page for additional Class Two Math Syllabi.)- 16 -

Class Two MathThis assignment is due at the start of Class 3.NOTE: PRACTICE TEST THIS WEEKCLASS TWO – MATH SYLLABUSCurrent Math Score Above 42EssentialsPrework in the Quantitative Review for the GMAT Algebra: Chapter 1 The Basics pp. 105-142 Algebra: Chapter 2 Beyond the Basics pp. 143-179Homework in the In Class Manual: Practice : pages 52-56Official Guide Homework: Problem Solving : 114, 122, 138, 167, 169, 181, 187, 195, 198, 221 Data Sufficiency : 57, 62, 63, 69, 72, 75, 80, 82, 158Online: Take Practice Test 2 My Drills Math Plug In Twice GMAT Problem Solving - Must Be - Advanced My Drills Math Yes No Data Sufficiency GMAT Data Sufficiency - Yes No - Advanced 1SupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework: Problem Solving: 99, 102, 115, 137, 142, 144, 152, 177, 188, 203Data Sufficiency: 124, 126, 127, 133, 140, 174Online: My Drills Math Plugging In GMAT Problem Solving - Plugging In - Advanced 2 My Drills Math Fundamentals GMAT Problem Solving - Percents - Advanced- 17 -

Class Two VerbalThis assignment is due at the start of Class 3.NOTE: PRACTICE TEST THIS WEEKCLASS TWO – VERBAL SYLLABUSCurrent Verbal Score Below 28EssentialsOfficial Guide Homework Sentence Correction: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13OnlineTake Practice Test 2My Drills Verbal Sentence Correction GMAT Sentence Correction - Basic 2SupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework Sentence Correction: 14, 15, 17, 18, 19OnlineMy Drills Verbal Timed Drills GMAT Sentence Correction - Timed 2A(See the next page for additional Class Two Verbal Syllabi.)- 18 -

Class Two VerbalThis assignment is due at the start of Class 3.NOTE: PRACTICE TEST THIS WEEKCLASS TWO – VERBAL SYLLABUSCurrent Verbal Score Between 28-34EssentialsOfficial Guide Homework Sentence Correction: 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51Online: Take Practice Test 2 My Drills Verbal Sentence Correction GMAT Sentence Correction - Intermediate 2SupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework Sentence Correction: 52, 53, 54, 55, 56OnlineMy Drills Verbal Timed Drills GMAT Sentence Correction - Timed 2A(See the next page for additional Class Two Verbal Syllabi.)- 19 -

Class Two VerbalThis assignment is due at the start of Class 3.NOTE: PRACTICE TEST THIS WEEKCLASS TWO – VERBAL SYLLABUSCurrent Verbal Score Above 34EssentialsOfficial Guide Homework Sentence Correction: 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63,64, 65Online: Take Practice Test 2 My Drills Verbal Sentence Correction GMAT Sentence Correction - Intermediate 2SupplementaryOfficial Guide HomeworkSentence Correction: 66, 68, 69, 70, 71Online: My Drills Verbal Sentence Correction GMAT Sentence Correction - Intermediate 3 My Drills Verbal Timed Drills GMAT Sentence Correction - Timed 2A- 20 -

Class Three MathThis assignment is due at the start of Class 4.CLASS THREE – MATH SYLLABUSCurrent Math Score Below 35EssentialsPrework in the Quantitative Review for the GMATArithmetic: Chapter 1 Proportions and Ratios pp. 183-194Arithmetic Chapter 2 Descriptive Statistics pp. 195-211Arithmetic Chapter 3 Rates and Work pp. 213-218Homework in the In Class Manual: Practice : pages 79-83Official Guide Homework:Problem Solving : 9, 14, 24, 35, 37, 42, 45, 52, 100, 126Data Sufficiency : 1, 15, 24, 33, 48, 50, 52, 60Online:My Drills Math Equations and Inequalities GMAT Data Sufficiency - Equations and Inequalities BasicMy Drills Math Roots and Exponents GMAT Problem Solving - Roots and ExponentsSupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework:Problem Solving: 93, 97, 102, 108, 111, 119, 120, 122, 131Data Sufficiency: 54, 55, 65, 69, 72Online:My Drills Math Yes No Data Sufficiency GMAT Data Sufficiency - Yes No - Intermediate 1My Drills Math Fundamentals GMAT Problem Solving - Fractions and Decimals - Intermediate(See the next page for additional Class Three Math Syllabi.)- 21 -

Class Three MathThis assignment is due at the start of Class 4.CLASS THREE – MATH SYLLABUSCurrent Math Score Between 35-42EssentialsPrework in the Quantitative Review for the GMATArithmetic: Chapter 1 Proportions and Ratios pp. 183-194Arithmetic Chapter 2 Descriptive Statistics pp. 195-211Arithmetic Chapter 3 Rates and Work pp. 213-218Homework in the In Class Manual: Practice: pages 79-83Official Guide Homework:Problem Solving : 65, 70, 73, 99, 100, 102, 103, 106, 120, 126Data Sufficiency : 41, 48, 53, 60, 67, 71, 76, 85Online:My Drills Math Equations and Inequalities GMAT Data Sufficiency - Equations and Inequalities Intermediate 1My Drills Math Roots and Exponents GMAT Problem Solving - Roots and ExponentsSupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework:Problem Solving: 63, 88, 111, 115, 119, 135, 171, 182, 192Data Sufficiency: 75, 80, 82, 89, 98Online:My Drills Math Yes No Data Sufficiency GMAT Data Sufficiency - Yes No - Intermediate 2My Drills Math Fundamentals GMAT Problem Solving - Fractions and Decimals - Advanced(See the next page for additional Class Three Math Syllabi.)- 22 -

Class Three MathThis assignment is due at the start of Class 4.CLASS THREE – MATH SYLLABUSCurrent Math Score Above 42EssentialsPrework in the Quantitative Review for the GMATArithmetic: Chapter 1 Proportions and Ratios pp. 183-194Arithmetic Chapter 2 Descriptive Statistics pp. 195-211Arithmetic Chapter 3 Rates and Work pp. 213-218Homework in the In Class Manual: Practice : Pages 79-83Official Guide Homework:Problem Solving: 100, 106, 110, 111, 120, 126, 129, 134, 141, 149, 230Data Sufficiency: 53, 60, 67, 71. 92, 96, 97, 99, 156, 157, 169Online:My Drills Math Equations and Inequalities GMAT Mixed Format - Factors and Quadratics AdvancedMy Drills Math Equations and Inequalities GMAT Data Sufficiency - Equations and Inequalities AdvancedSupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework:Problem Solving: 127, 182, 184, 185, 194, 199, 205, 209Data Sufficiency: 89, 98, 105, 111, 131Online:My Drills Math Yes No Data Sufficiency GMAT Data Sufficiency - Yes No - Advanced 2My Drills Math Timed Drills GMAT Mixed Format - Timed Math - Advanced 1 A- 23 -

Class Three VerbalThis assignment is due at the start of Class 4 and is in addition to everything listed for Class 3 on your math syllabus.CLASS THREE – VERBAL SYLLABUSCurrent Verbal Score Below 28EssentialsPrework in the Verbal Review for the GMATCritical Reasoning: Chapter 1 Introduction pp. 65-74Critical Reasoning: Chapter 2 Common Patterns pp. 75-94Critical Reasoning: Chapter 3 Common Question Types pp. 95-116SupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework:Sentence Correction: 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 2(See the next page for additional Class Three Verbal Syllabi.)- 24 -

Class Three VerbalThis assignment is due at the start of Class 4 and is in addition to everything listed for Class 3 on your math syllabus.CLASS THREE – VERBAL SYLLABUSCurrent Verbal Score Between 28-34EssentialsPrework in the Verbal Review for the GMATCritical Reasoning: Chapter 1 Introduction pp. 65-74Critical Reasoning: Chapter 2 Common Patterns pp. 75-94Critical Reasoning: Chapter 3 Common Question Types pp. 95-116SupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework:Sentence Correction: 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 65(See the next page for additional Class Three Verbal Syllabi.)- 25 -

Class Three VerbalThis assignment is due at the start of Class 4 and is in addition to everything listed for Class 3 on your math syllabus.CLASS THREE – VERBAL SYLLABUSCurrent Verbal Score Above 34EssentialsPrework in the Verbal Review for the GMATCritical Reasoning: Chapter 1 Introduction pp. 65-74Critical Reasoning: Chapter 2 Common Patterns pp. 75-94Critical Reasoning: Chapter 3 Common Question Types pp. 95-116SupplementaryOfficial Guide Homework:Sentence Correction: 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 79, 82- 26 -

Class Three Integrated ReasoningThis assignment is due at the start of Class 4 and is in addition to everything listed for Class 3 on your math and verbalsyllabus.CLASS THREE – INTEGRATED REASONINGAll ScoresEssentialsOfficial Guide Homework:See the back of your Official Guide for information about accessing the Official Guide companion website. Integrated Reasoning: Items 1-10

Class Four MathThis assignment is due at the start of Class 5.NOTE: PRACTICE TEST THIS WEEK!CLASS FOUR – MATH SYLLABUSCurrent Math Score Below 35EssentialsPrework in the Quantitative Review for the GMATGeometry: Chapter 1 Geometry pp. 263-308Homework in the In Class Manual: Practice : pages 106-112Official Guide Homework:Problem Solving : 10, 12, 16, 22, 23, 30, 49, 81, 86, 125Data Sufficiency : 3, 12, 16, 20, 22, 23, 37, 39, 43Online:Take Practice Test 3My Drills Math Averages,

These tests work as much like the real GMAT exam as possible. We ask that you take 7 tests during your course. These tests are found in the Core Tests folder. If you wish to take the other 3 tests, you can find those in the Supplemental Tests folder. To get the most out of your practice tests, you should act

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