The PowerScore Accelerated GMAT Course consists of four sessions of four hours
each. Sessions I and II are taught on Saturday, and Sessions III and IV are
taught on Sunday. The total in-class instruction time is sixteen hours. Your
seminar booklet contains extensive discussions of GMAT questions, drills,
and analyses, and all attendees at the course receive The Official Guide
for GMAT Review, which contains more than 1400 actual GMAT questions.

The following syllabus is used in the PowerScore Accelerated GMAT Course:

- GMAT CAT Format and Scoring Reviewed
- Quantitative Section - General
- Quantitative Section - Algebra
- Verbal Section - Critical Reasoning
- Analytical Writing - Analysis of an Argument
- Quantitative Section - Geometry
- Quantitative Section - Word Problems
- Verbal Section - Reading Comprehension
- Verbal Section - Sentence Correction
- Post—Course Review
- Over 8 hours of Integrated Reasoning Modules

The Format of the GMAT

Adaptivity and Question Order

Guessing Strategy

Pacing

The CAT Environment

Section Overview and Mathematical Principles Covered

Problem Solving Questions

Backplugging™ an Answer Choice

Backplugging™ by Supplying Numbers

Numerical Approximation™

The Importance of Analyzing the Answer Choices

Data Sufficiency Questions

The Data SufficienTree™

Know, Don't Solve™

Backplugging™ Revisited

Creating Expressions

Creating Expressions--Mini-Challenge

Equations

Simplifying Equations

Solving Equations

FOIL and Quadratic Equations

Classic GMAT Equation Forms

Equation Traps

Sample Equation Problems

Inequalities

Sample Inequality Problems

Functions

Sample Function Problems

Attacking the Stimulus

When to Read the Question Stem

The Elements of Argumentation

Identifying Premises and Conclusions

Analyzing the Question Stem

Critical Reasoning Question Types

Prephrasing Answers

The Answer Choices

Must Be True Questions

The Fact Test™

Weaken Questions

GMAT Causality

Assumption and Strengthen Questions

The Supporter/Defender Assumption Model™

The Assumption Negation Technique™

Resolve the Paradox Questions

Method/Flaw Questions

Fallacious Methods of Reasoning

Sample Topics

Scoring Criteria

Structuring Your Essay

Classic Errors of Reasoning

Analysis of an Argument Sample Responses

Analysis of an Argument Review

Final AWA Thoughts

Lines - Intersecting, Perpendicular, and Parallel

Polygons

Triangles

Classic GMAT Triangles

Quadrilaterals

Circles

Solids and Volume

Coordinate Geometry

Attacking Problems and Technique Application

Formula List

Rate Problems

Work Problems

Mixture Problems

Interest, Discount, and Profit Problems

Sets and Groups Problems

Probability - Single and Multiple Event

Data Interpretation Problems

Formula List and Endnotes

Approaching the Passages - 6 Critical Steps

Change Your Mindset About Reading Comprehension

Passage Context

Read from General to Specific

Question Types

Prephrasing

Contenders and Losers

Final Notes

Reading Comprehension Passages

Principles of Sentence Correction

Classic Sentence Correction Errors

Answer Choice Analysis

Sample Problems

Two Post—Course Study Plans

Additional Materials and Assistance

GMAT Rules, Regulations, and Readiness

Several Days Before the Test

The Day of the Test

At the Test Center