The PowerScore FullLength GMAT Course  $995
 30 hours of lecture
 Extensive course materials and homework
 Instructors who have all scored in the 99th percentile and are GMAT experts
 Extensive Online Student Center
 Access to 7 Computer Adaptive Practice Tests
 Free Homework Email Assistance
The PowerScore FullLength GMAT Course
30 Lecture Hours for Ultimate Preparation
 The PowerScore FullLength GMAT Course consists of 30 lecture
hours taught over a period of 5 weeks by one of our highlytrained
instructors. Each lesson includes 3 hours of lecture and class
discussion.
 Sessions are highly interactive as we closely review each of the scored sections on the GMAT. We will discuss everything from how to tackle the unusual environment of a Computer Adaptive Test to the strategies most effective in attacking every question type on the exam. This includes recognizing and solving the major Verbal question types and structures, analyzing Quantitative questions with the perfect combination of formulas and logic, and constructing analytical essays that satisfy all of the requirements of the Writing Section. For a full list of topics covered, check out our FullLength GMAT Syllabus.
Extensive Course Materials
 Our course contains exclusive and fullytested techniques
and methodologies. At the beginning of each lesson you receive
a lesson booklet that is yours to keep. Each booklet contains
two sections: a lesson and a corresponding homework. Each lesson
is generally divided into two or three topics. Extensive homework
with each lesson includes a variety of drills, questions, and
analyses focused on the topics discussed in class. Answer keys
with explanations are provided as well. The homework is an
essential part of the course and provides you with the opportunity
to develop and refine your ability to apply our techniques
and methodologies.
 In addition to the course booklets, you will also receive The Official Guide for GMAT Review, which includes real GMAT questions from the makers of the test. Since concepts tend to be repeated from test to test, studying real questions is the best way to recognize the patterns and consistent elements that are certain to appear on test day.
The Best Instructors99th Percentile
 The GMAT requires test takers to be proficient in a wide
array of areas, including advanced mathematics, the fundamentals
of English, and analytical writing. All of our instructors
have scored in the 99th percentile on a real GMAT—proof
that they fully understand each of these difficult concepts.
Since they don’t have to struggle to understand the test
itself, they can focus on teaching you how to master the GMAT
in the same way that they did.
 Our instructors are enthusiastic and truly enjoy teaching, and we only hire instructors who can clearly and effectively explain the ideas in our course in a fun and exciting format.
Extensive Online Student Center, including links to 7 Practice Tests
 Prior to your first lesson, you are given access to our
exclusive Online Student Center which contains a variety of
valuable precourse math and verbal primers, as well as our
GMAT Question Type References Guides. You will also find general
information about business school, GMAT preparation, plus links
to seven Computer Adapted Practice Tests.
 Five PowerScore GMAT Computer Adaptive practice tests can be accessed through the Online Student Center, plus find links to two additional practice tests.
Free Homework Email Assistance
During your course, you can use our free email assistance for any homework questions you might have.An Incredible Value
The $995 price includes preclass study materials, the PowerScore FullLength course booklets, homework email assistance, a personal copy of The Official Guide for GMAT Review, The Official Guide for GMAT Verbal Review, and The Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review, and seven Computer Adaptive Practice Tests. No other company offers you so much for such a great price. Our main competitors charge over $1200 for courses with fewer hours of instruction.Compare our GMAT FullLength Course to that of Kaplan, Princeton Review, and Manhattan GMAT.
Personal Attention and Unmatched Student Support
 Our service and support is the best in the industry! Give
us a call—you'll talk to a real person immediately. We
promise not to stick you in a class with 80 students, place
you on hold for an indefinite period of time, or make you come
to our office for your tests and materials.
we offer the following services:
 16 hour weekend GMAT course priced at $395.
 InPerson and Telephone GMAT Tutoring  Work directly with one of our top instructors to prepare for the GMAT at your own pace and on your own schedule.
You may download our brochures, request information using our online form, or add your name to our mailing list to learn more about our courses and services.
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Minimum Instructor GMAT Percentile: The Minimum Instructor GMAT Percentile is determined by the results of a GMACadministered GMAT and corresponding percentile. All PowerScore instructors have taken an actual GMACadministered GMAT and scored in the 99th percentile. Some other companies, including Kaplan and Princeton Review, allow instructor applicants to come to their offices to take a prehiring GMAT. However, since these GMATs are not administered by GMAC, and therefore do not produce national score percentiles, these companies have no minimum national standard.
Live GMAT Instructor Hotline Hours per Week: The PowerScore GMAT Hotline is a unique service offered by PowerScore. All students are entitled to call in and discuss GMAT problems and techniques with one of our instructors during the hours of the hotline.
Total Course Cost: Costs for our competitors may vary by location. The PowerScore GMAT course has a uniform national price of $995.
Cost per Course Hour: These figures are rounded to the nearest whole
number. The figures show how much a student pays per hour of lecture time
(total course cost divided by total lecture hours) for each company. Lower
figures are preferred!
What we cover in class
The PowerScore FullLength GMAT course consists of ten sessions of three hours each. Your course booklets contain extensive discussions of GMAT questions, drills, and analyses, and all attendees at the course receive The Official Guide for GMAT Review, The Official Guide for GMAT Verbal Review, and The Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review, which collectively contain more than 1400 actual GMAT questions.
Lesson One
 Course Introduction
 Quantitative – Arithmetic
 Quantitative – Data Sufficiency
 Verbal IntroductionVerbal – Critical Reasoning
 Verbal – Sentence Correction
 Verbal – Reading Comprehension
 Quantitative – Algebra
 Quantitative – Algebra
 Verbal – Critical Reasoning
 Verbal – Sentence Correction
 Quantitative – Geometry
 Quantitative – Geometry
 Quantitative – Word Problems
 Verbal – Critical Reasoning
 Quantitative – Algebra II
 Quantitative – Word Problems
 Verbal – Critical Reasoning
 Analytical Writing Assessment
 Verbal – Reading Comprehension
 Verbal – Sentence Correction
 Quantitative – Word Problems
 Final Test Strategy
 Over 8 hours of Integrated Reasoning Modules
GMAT CAT Format and Strategy
Problem Solving Questions
Fractions
Decimals
Powers and Exponents
Statistics
Arithmetic Problem Set
Lesson Two
Elements of Argumentation
Must Be True Questions
Main Point Questions
Subjects and Verbs
Verb Tense and Verb Form
Lesson Three
Approaching the Passages – 6 Critical Steps
Sample Passages
Introduction
Problem Solving – Equations
Backplugging
Answer Choice Analysis
Lesson Four
Algebra Review
Advanced Algebra
Inequalities
Weaken Questions
Cause and Effect Reasoning
Lesson Five
Pronouns – Choice, Reference, and Agreement
Word Choice – Idioms, Adverbs, Wordiness
Lines and Angles
Polygons
Circles
Lesson Six
Geometry Review
Solids and Volume
Coordinate Geometry
Notes and Formulas
Rate
Work
Mixture
Interest, Discount, and Profit
Data Interpretation
Lesson Seven
Strengthen Questions
Assumption Questions
The Supporter/Defender Assumption Model™
The Assumption Negation Technique™
Functions Functions in Coordinate Geometry
Sequences
Permutations
Counting Problems and Combinations
Consecutive Number Operations
Sets and Groups
Lesson Eight
Resolve the Paradox Questions
Numbers and Percentages Problems
Analysis of an Argument Task
Lesson Nine
Review
Advanced Passages
Parallelism
Comparisons
Modifiers
Coordination and Subordination
Fragments, Runons, and Comma Splices
Passive and Active Voice
Lesson Ten
Sets and Groups
Probability
Conditional Probability
Roman Numeral Problems