You COULD pay a lot for a GMAT course, but why would you? 

This free course was created by a veteran GMAT instructor, and it covers every concept and strategy needed to achieve your target scores. The course also includes a ridiculous number of practice questions to reinforce your learning. It really is the only resource you need.

If you have any questions or concerns about the completeness of the course, feel free to email me at

How to navigate this course

The course is divided into 16 different modules, each covering a broad topic (GeometrySentence CorrectionStatistics, etc.). So, if you just need to strengthen a few areas of weakness, go to the corresponding module and start watching videos. If you've just begun preparing for the GMAT, you can follow our comprehensive Learning Guide, which will guide you, step-by-step, all the way to test day. 

Create a free account

If you register a free account, you'll be able to see which videos you've viewed, flag videos for future review, and track your progress through our step-by-step Learning Guide. Furthermore, you'll receive bonus resources from a variety of companies, including Veritas Prep, e-GMAT, Target Test Prep and more.

Beating the GMAT

To achieve a great GMAT score, you must:

  • Learn the concepts and techniques tested on the GMAT (e.g., circle properties, divisibility rules, past perfect tense, equation-solving, etc.)
  • Master GMAT-specific strategies (e.g., testing the answer choices, rephrasing the target question, identifying subjects and verbs in sentences, etc.
  • Understand the many different ways the test-makers can test your knowledge of each concept
  • Hone your test-taking skills (e.g., endurance, time management, guessing strategies, etc.)

Many students limit their preparation to item #1 (and perhaps item #2). So, once they learn a concept and successfully answer 1 or 2 related questions, they move on to the next topic. The problem with this strategy is that the test-makers can take any concept, no matter how simple, and create dozens of wildly different questions, each requiring a different approach. So, to achieve a great score, you must answer A LOT of practice questions specifically-related to each concept tested on the GMAT.

Our course is carefully aligned with this strategy. For example, at the bottom of the lesson page on inequalities, you’ll find links to dozens of practice questions that test the specific concepts covered in that video. This format lets you fully explore the intricacies of each concept.

Finally, your study plan should include several full-length practice tests. Keep in mind that the GMAT is a test of your math and verbal skills, and it's a test of your test-taking skills. So, 700-level math/verbal skills, combined with 600-level test-taking skills, will likely result in a score that's closer to 600 than to 700.

Two ways to prepare

Since most video lessons have tons of practice questions in the Related Resources section at the bottom of the lesson page, you can prepare in two different ways:

  • Watch a video lesson first, and then reinforce your learning by answering several related questions
  • Try answering the practice questions first, and watch the lesson only if you find you need help with the related concepts


Register a Free Account

Register a free account to see which videos you've viewed, flag videos for future review, track your progress through our free Learning Guide AND receive a variety of free resources from Veritas Prep, Admissionado, e-GMAT and more!