GMAT Preparation Course: Quantitative Reasoning
with Dr. Anne-Marie Filip-Beil
Study Preparation | Quantitative Skills
4-Week Course | Saturdays
This course is specifically designed by a certified GMAT instructor to help prospective business students achieve a successful score on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) – Quantitative Reasoning Section and stand out from the competition when applying to a Masters or MBA Business program.
Effective examination tips and tricks
Quantitative skill development
Personalized instruction and support
4-Week Course, Saturdays from 09:30 – 16:00. Offered on a monthly basis.
- Saturday, 15 June
- Saturday, 22 June
- Saturday, 29 June
- Saturday, 6 July
- Develop an understanding of how the GMAT Quantitative Reasoning Section is structured.
- Learn which quantitative concepts and tactics exist and how to put them into practice.
- Gain familiarity with GMAT style questions through exercises and practice exams.
- Increase your ability to analyze a problem, to recognize relevant information and to decide if you have enough relevant information to solve the problem
- Learn how to solve numerical problems and interpret graphical data
What You Will Learn
Upon completing this course, students will understand how the GMAT test is structured, become familiar with quantitative reasoning exercises and have the knowledge, skills and confidence to maximize their GMAT examination score.
About the GMAT Exam
Quantitative Reasoning Section
According to MBA.com, “The Quantitative Reasoning section of the GMAT™ exam measures your ability to reason mathematically, solve quantitative problems, and interpret graphic data. It consists of 31 multiple-choice questions. You will have 62 minutes to complete it.
There are two types of questions in the Quantitative Section – Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. Both types of questions require some knowledge of arithmetic, elementary algebra and commonly known concepts of geometry. Rest assured that the difficulty of the questions stems from the logic and analytical skills required, not the underlying math skills. Note that you cannot use a calculator while working on the Quantitative section.”
About the Instructor
Dr. Anne-Marie Filip-Beil, Senior Lecturer
Anne-Marie Filip- Beil holds a PhD in Mathematics from Duke University (U.S.A) and several academic and professional certificates in applied mathematics and data science (Ulm University, Ludwig Maximilian University München). Since 1991, she has been teaching applied mathematics at university level in numerous institutions in Germany, U.S.A. and Canada, with a particular focus on business mathematics, statistics, financial mathematics and quantitative methods. She was a GMAT instructor at MBA Center München for a period of four years. Filip-Beil’s passion for teaching is exemplified through her motivating classes, in which she tries to communicate a sense of excitement and love of learning to her students.
About New European College
New European College – Munich, Germany
Powered by one of Germany’s leading private universities, IUBH, New European College offers Bachelor, Master and MBA programs in International Management & Business in Munich – fully taught in English. We combine the virtues of a German state accredited university with the modern American model of small classes and real-world academics. In the sea of formulaic business schools, we stand out. By unleashing our students’ individual strengths, we prepare them to outperform in the business world. Our passion and purpose is our students’ success.