FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS / FAQS
The Complete Course is fully comprehensive – it will review everything that is tested on the GMAT, with both Quant and Verbal topics covered in every single session. It is best for students who are just beginning their GMAT journey, have only done some preliminary studying on their own, or are looking to strengthen their skills in all aspects of the exam.
Students who are able to attend every class session will get the most out of the course. We offer the class both online and in-person, and recommend signing up for the option that is most convenient for you. There will be about 10-15 hours of homework assigned between class sessions, so you will want to make sure that you have the time in your schedule to commit to the suggested work.
Full payment for all of our courses is due upon registration.
All students, both in-person and online, will have access to our On-Demand course – GMAT Interact. This program covers the same curriculum as the Complete Course, and is broken up into individual interactive lessons that are great for both reviewing material and making up any missed sessions.
All students will also have access to a complete set of recordings from a recent course, which covered the same topics in each session. If you miss a live session, you can log in to your Student Center on our website to access the prerecorded version. These recordings are made available immediately upon signup, so you can even plan ahead for a class you know you’ll be missing.
You will have access to your online resources from the moment you register for the course, up until 6 months after your class has ended – this includes the CATs, Question Banks, Interact Lessons, and interactive syllabus. Those resources can be extended twice for an additional 90 days within 45 days of their expiration (fees apply). The only resource that is on a slightly different timeline is the eBook access – the eBooks will be available to you from the moment you enroll, through 1 year after the start date of your course.