Stratus Prep combines our Proprietary GMAT Coursebook with over 1,000 Real GMAT problems in order to ensure that you are fully prepared for whatever concepts appear on the computer-adaptive GMAT.

The Stratus Prep GMAT Coursebook includes comprehensive reviews of all the concepts covered on the Quantitative and Verbal Sections of the exam as well as the Analytical Writing Assessment.

Below please find a detailed outline of the content covered in each model of the Stratus Prep GMAT Coursebook:

Lesson AWA:

A full review of both the Analysis of an Issue and Analysis of an Argument questions which combine to form the Analytical Writing Assessment. Stratus Prep will provide you with cutting edge strategies to ensure you score a perfect 6.0 (or as close as possible) on this important section.

In our introduction to the Math Tools that are required to excel on the Quantitative Section of the GMAT, we cover both foundational math concepts and the test taking strategies that are critical to success on this all-important section of the exam.

In Stratus Prep’s Lesson M2, we focus on mastering all the strategies necessary to effectively and efficiently complete the Problem-Solving problems in the Quantitative Section.

This lesson focuses on first ensuring that you understand all of the essential core math concepts (percentages, ratios/proportions, averages and weighted averages, divisibility, factors and factoring, prime numbers, absolute values, and sequences) necessary to excel on the Quantitative Section of the GMAT. In Lesson M3, we also outline for you and have you practically apply the strategies and tactics required to ace the Data Sufficiency problems in the Quantitative Section.

In Lesson M4, we complete a survey of the secondary math concepts that students must understand to excel on the GMAT (including probability, inequalities, permutations/combinations, and set membership), etc. In this lesson, we also present Stratus Prep’s proprietary approach to the ever-present word problems on the exam (including problems related to distance/rate/time, interest rates, and profit as a function of cost and as a function of sales).

Finally, in Stratus Prep’s M5, you will learn everything you need to know about geometry to ace the approximately 10% of test questions that test this mathematical discipline. Specifically, we will look at problems involving circles, triangles, squares, trapezoids, rectangles, other polygons, cubes, boxes, and cylinders among many others.

This lesson provides a complete overview of the Reading Comprehension questions on the GMAT. We examine passage topics and structures, question formulas, and strategies to avoid falling for nefarious traps in this part of the exam.

In this lesson, we review all of the rules of style and grammar (including subject-verb agreement, parallelism, correlative conjunctions, compound clauses/sentences, conditional statements, active/passive voice, pronoun case, the subjunctive in English, like vs. as, idioms, among many others) that are covered in the Sentence Correction questions in the Verbal section of the GMAT. We then apply these rules in countless practice questions to be sure you are well prepared with all of the strategies required to excel on this often challenging questions.

In Lesson V3, we review the numerous question types that form the Critical Reasoning part of the Verbal Section of the GMAT. We cover question formulas (including main points, inferences, assumptions, strengtheners/weakeners, among many others), trap answer types, and innovative strategies to be sure you ace the Critical Reasoning questions.