GMAT Prep Time
The LAS Difference
The scoring system for the GMAT includes section scores and composite scores. The composite score is determined by achievement outcomes on the Quantitative and Verbal sections, with a scaled score between 200-800, and an average of 556.
The Analytical Writing and Integrated Reasoning sections are scored separately but do not contribute to the total GMAT score. The Analytical Writing section is scaled from 0-6 in half-point increments, with an average score of 4.44. The Integrated Reasoning Section is scored from 1 to 8 in one-point increments, with an average score for the section is 4.23.
GMAT Test Prep Options
Our trained instructors are ready to help you prepare for the GMAT test! LAS offers One-to-One Meetings for any student looking for individualized test prep support. Students will work with a dedicated instructor to focus on their specific needs and pain points. Our instructor will design a personalized curriculum for each student that includes:
- Initial meeting to determine best plan, set goals, and personalized study strategies
- Pre and post-testing with ongoing progress tracking
- Weekly targeted and summative practice questions
- Integrated standardized test preparation with executive functioning support
- Ongoing error analysis for a fully adaptive curriculum
- Key strategies for decision-making and problem solving on the GMAT
Through my 4 months of preparing for this exam no one has been more helpful than you guys whether it had to do with studying tips, technical support or any other questions. I know most of these things are just a matter of few clicks but the reality is that most organizations out there don’t spend the extra care.