5 weeks beginning Monday, Oct. 7 and running through Monday, Nov. 4 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm at the Regional Learning Alliance in Cranberry Woods
$225, plus cost of book
Because the GMAT is a test of general reasoning ability, the test-taker needs a clear understanding of the types of reasoning tested and a tactical approach to the test. This course is designed to give you test-taking techniques and strategies to improve your score. You will receive up to 15 hours of classroom instruction and extensive handouts. Real GMAT questions are used.
Textbook (not included): “Cracking the New GMAT by Princeton Review”- Princeton Review, 2013 Ed.
• Test-taking Strategies
• Sample tests used
• Math offered 7.5 hrs.
• Verbal offered 7.5 hrs.
Send or fax the for these cost-effective workshops toNancy Miller at Penn State New Kensington.
“The Penn State GMAT review course prepared me for every type of question on the exam. The only surprise on test day was my 720 score!” - K. Little (March 2012 class)
"Thank you very much for the last five weeks. There is no way I could have gotten through the GMAT Prep Book or understood how to take the GMAT without your help. I took the test earlier today and got a 540, which is more than admissions told me I needed to apply to the Pittsburgh MBA program." -S. Malone (October 2012)