I've been off of here for quite a few months because I've been prepping for the Colorado bar exam. I took it this last Tuesday the 24th & 25th. I was in Denver all week and studying for the 2 months prior to that. Now that there isn't anything else I can do, I will start prepping for teaching the class I have scheduled to begin late March. I'll be on here quite a bit more often in order to assist in preparing properly to teach the class.
I would really like to get advice from people that took a GMAT class with any prep company on what they would have liked their teacher to do to make the class time effective. I'm open to any advice. Thanks.
Nice to see you back Jallenmorris. I passed my audition for Kaplan
as well. I want to teach for GRE. My GMAT score is not up to par yet. But I am going to try again. But I have taken Kaplan
's advanced GMAT class as well as their tutor program. One thing I would like their instructor do is to give us more examples to everything they taught. For example, when they say in critical reasoning you can apply one sentence test to find the conclusion of the argument. But what is one sentence test? There is no example in the book and my instructor didn't give us an example in class either. So as of right now, I still don't know what one sentence test is.