I took a GMAT crash course with you in the first week of December. Well I didn't have any questions to ask you in the interim, but my verbal percentile went from 69% to 89% and my score went 650 to 720. Guess I made it! Anyway, thanks again for all your help.
Long Course Summary: 1) 6-8 weeks, 28 hours; 2) Typical Class Time: 6:30-10:00pm on Weekdays, 2-6:30pm on Weekends; 3) Included for Free: Unlimited Class Access, Online Library, Digital Guides Collection, Free Admissions Consultation; 4) Promotional prices available with advance payment.
Intensive Course Summary: 1 week, 28 hours, 7 sessions; Typical Class Time: 6:30-10:00pm on Weekdays, during daytime on Weekends; Typically starts on Saturdays only.
Summary: 1) Included for Free: Unlimited Class Access, Online Library, Digital Guides Collection, Free Admissions Consultation; 2) Promotional prices available with advance payment.
*Instructor Bios, Location Info and more Course Details found below. Please register via the corresponding form on this page.
|Long Course||Intensive Course||Crash Course||Online Long & Intensive Courses||Private Course||Private Tutoring||Online Library / Self Study|
|StudentPreferences||1) 2 months study time; 2) Steady study pace||1) Limited study time; 2) 1 week to dedicate to preparation||1) Very limited study time; 2) Complete review over a weekend||1) No travel; 2) Study on computer to simulate real test||1) Customized instruction; 2) Flexible schedule||1) Help on specific test sections; 2) 1-on-1 instruction||1) Study alone; 2) Tips & Strategy via live recordings|
|Cost*||US/Canada:$1199Asia:$1299||$1650||US/Canada/Asia:$950EU:$1050||$899; $1650||US/Canada/Asia/Online:$1580EU:$1980||Elite (>10 hrs.):$200/hr Advanced(>10hrs.):$115/hr
|Course Duration||6-8 Weeks||1 Week||1 Weekend||8 weeks; 1 week||Personalized||Personalized||On Demand|
|Class Time (EST)||Weekdays, 6:30-10 PM;Weekends, 2-6:30 PM||Weekdays, 6:30-10 PM;Weekend, all-day||Weekends, 9AM-1PM, 2PM-6PM||Long Course: Saturdays, 10-1:30PM;Sundays, 12-3:30PM;Intensive:6:30-10PM Weekdays;Weekends, all-day||Personalized||Personalized||On Demand|
*Promotional price is available upon request with advance payment.
Douglas received a Bachelors of Arts from Harvard in 1991, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with highest honors majoring in Sociology. Next, he received a PhD from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business in 1998, where he wrote his thesis on Organizational Behavior. Not satisfied with this, Douglas next entered the University of Michigan Law School, where he received JD in 2004. Presently, he works at DYP Advisors, a strategic law firm that he co-founded. These accomplishments, combined with the strategies he used to score in the 99th percentile on the GMAT, make Douglas a great resource for any aspiring professional.
Matthew, besides being an accomplished businessman and entrepreneur, is also a very qualifies GMAT instructor. Matthew scored in the 99th percentile of the GMAT before he went to UCLA’s Anderson School of Management to receive his MBA. In the past he worked as a Managing Director at Quest Search Associates, but has since helped in the founding of a successful company, Celerity Staffing, a staffing-agency based in Madison, Wisconsin.