In a previous post, I outlined the exciting changes to our GMAT prep course. Both our students and our teachers have a lot to look forward to. Two of the most interesting and innovative improvements are the number of class sessions and the method of delivery. Our GMAT course now consists of eleven in-depth, comprehensive classes (previously, it was nine). Let’s look a little closer at how we are breaking those up.
When you sign up for GMAT On-Site or GMAT Anywhere, the time and place of the first six class sessions (Quant 1, 2, & 3 and Verbal 1, 2, & 3) will be fixed—that is, you will look at all of our class schedules and choose the fixed schedule that works for you. Whether your instructor is live in-person or live online, you’ll have a regular class to attend and will learn side-by-side with your … Read full post
Being the best means never letting up—always moving forward and always striving to be even better. It is with great excitement that we officially launch our new and improved GMAT prep course offerings.
As always, you can choose to study with Kaplan GMAT On Site, Classroom Anywhere, On Demand, or GMAT One-On-One – and we have revamped all of these GMAT prep course packages. From the textbook to the number of class sessions, our students get more and better of everything. Let’s take a look at some of the features and details of the new course:
- 11 class sessions: We have added 2 sessions. Our new GMAT course is now comprised of 11 class sessions. If you’re in an instructor-led course (On Site or Classroom Anywhere), your session structure will include Fixed and Flex sessions to heighten personalization, convenience, and in-depth, structured training (more on this in a moment).