About the lessons
Reaching a high score on the verbal section of the GMAT requires deep knowledge of the related material and understanding the strategies of the test.
Covering the whole verbal section of the GMAT will require 16 to 19 sessions of one and a half hour:
1 session of strategies and tactics,
3 - 4 sessions of RC, 10 - 11 sessions of SC, 1-2 sessions of CR and 1 session of AWA (essay). One can take either the complete verbal course or choose only the sections that you need to improve.
Students are provided with Irene's original materials including a soft copy of the GMAT Sentence Correction Guide.
Irene is located in Israel and teaches via Skype or Hangout.
Commonly Irene is totally booked within one or two upcoming months, so if you are interested in starting lessons soon, contact Irene as soon as possible.
about the method
Do you know that the word or cannot connect between clauses?
Or that the present simple tense can never be used together with any indications of time?
Have you ever heard that after the expression so that only verbs will, may, can or could can be used?
There are more than 500 grammatical, logical and stylistic rules that are checked in the GMAT Sentence Correction questions.
Irene's method is based on comprehensive study of all relevant rules. Irene's approach is technical and rather mathematical. Such an approach not only enables students to deal with difficult level SC questions but also saves plenty of the students' precious time.
The GMAT Sentence Correction Guide provides students with detailed explanations of the material.
The SC rules taught during the course also help international students improve their English and navigate more easily through their studies in the USA.
It also contains more than 400 SC questions with detailed explanations.
Students are also provided with charts and summaries of the material which help them memorize and master the SC rules and methods.
Though one can easily manage with easier RC passages, such as the ones found in the GMAT Official Guide, just by reading and trying to understand the whole passage, such a method becomes not very effective when students reach higher level questions. The higher level RC passages are extremely long and intensively packed with information and difficult vocabulary. By analyzing thousands of the GMAT passages and questions, Irene has developed an effective and unique method that improves students' performance and timing.
Irene's method for the CR questions is based on types of questions and different technical approaches based on these types.
Analytical Writing Assessment
Most GMAT books provide students with AWA templates, however students find it difficult to fit their ideas into such templates. This is because different AWA topics address different types of reasoning that are difficult to fit into one unified template. Irene teaches AWA according to types of assessment and provides students with different templates based on these types.
Strategies and Tactics
To reach a high GMAT score, it is not enough to know the material. It is also important to understand the character of the computer adaptive test and deal with the problems of timing and fatigue. Irene's approach to the test can bring immediate improvement in a student's performance.
Irene Orleansky is a GMAT tutor with 24 year experience. She has worked as a verbal teacher at Kaplan, GMAX, Meitav, Tel Aviv University and for the last 10 years as a private tutor.
In more than twenty years Irene assisted thousands of students to fulfil their dream and study MBA at the World's top business schools such as Harvard, Stanford, NYU, INSEAD, Wharton, Kellogg, London Business School, MIT etc.
Irene has provided her services to students all over the world, including Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Mexico, Netherlands, Pakistan, Peru, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Sweden, Taiwan, Ukraine, UAE, UK, USA, Uzbekistan, Venezuela.
Irene is known for her unique approach and methods. She is the author of the unique GMAT Sentence Correction Guide.