January 24 and 25, 2015
Saturday & Sunday
June 6 and 7, 2015
Course cost: $295.00
Note: if you cannot pay by credit card, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a payment form and instructions for payment by check
Saturday/Verbal section: Address test taking strategies, analytical writing, integrated reasoning, critical reasoning, comprehensive reading, and sentence correction. Instructor includes lecture and discussion along with opportunities to work and correct problems.
Sunday/Quantitative section: Discussion of common problem areas in quantitative analysis. Students take quizzes focusing in data sufficiency and problem solving.
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Course fee includes:
- Kaplan GMAT Premier study guide
- practice exams
- lunch both days
The GMAT Review is open to both current students or members of the public who are interested in taking the Graduate Management Admission Test® (GMAT) as a requirement for Graduate Schools. Competition for acceptance emphasizes the importance of a good score.
Course instructors focus on providing strategies for handling the different sections of the GMAT exam, along with taking students through several practice tests. Instructors encourage student participation and questions throughout the review session.
Note: This course does not include the actual GMAT exam which is administered and coordinated by the Graduate Management Admission Council: www.mba.com
GMAT Test Taking Resource
Pearson Professional Centers
2709 Market Street Central, Suite 206
Wilmington, NC 28405
Instructors-- Dr. Susan Hermanson and Dr. Bill Sackley
Dr. Susan Hermanson: Dr. Hermanson received her BBA in Accounting from the University of Georgia (1988) and her PhD in Accounting from Texas A&M University (1994). Prior to joining the CSB faculty, Dr. Hermanson was a faculty member at the University of Tampa, and the University of Nevada – Las Vegas. Dr. Hermanson worked in the field of public accounting for the firms of Deloitte Haskins and Sells and Arthur Andersen prior to pursuing her PhD. Her teaching/research interests are in the areas of Financial Accounting and Auditing. She holds the rank of Professor of Accounting,and is a Dixon Hughes Faculty Fellow in Accounting at UNCW.
Dr. Bill Sackley: Dr. Sackley has been a professor of Finance at CSB since 1999 and served as Director for the Swain Center for Business and Economics Services until August 2013. Prior to joining the faculty, he was a Professor at the University of Southern Mississippi. He was awarded the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 1996.