When coupled with personal study, our comprehensive program and excellent teachers will prepare you to excel on this high-stakes test, giving you the best opportunity to increase your score.

COURSE DATES

January 26–March 13, 2019
May 4–June 19, 2019
June 22–August 7, 2019
September 14–October 30, 2019
October 19–December 11, 2019

Course Schedule

Wednesdays, 5:00–9:00 p.m.
Saturdays, 8:00 a.m.–noon

Price: Only $695

What you get
  • 6-week course
  • 45 hours of specialized GMAT instruction
  • 8 hours of practice testing
  • 4 hours of test review
  • 2 proctored GMAT computer adaptive tests
  • Test-prep books valued at $225:
GMAT Official Guide 2018

GMAT Official Guide 2018 (3 books): 1,500 official practice questions from past GMAT exams. List price: $79.95.

Kaplan GMAT Prep Plus 2018

Kaplan GMAT Prep Plus 2018: 1,200+ practice questions, access to six full-length tests, and a 200-question online quiz bank. List price: $49.99.

GMAT Prep Exam Collection

GMAT Prep Exam Collection: Six official practice tests. List price: $99.98.

Why should I register?

  • Past students have improved their score by up to 260 points!
  • Pay less than half the price of other course instruction. Others charge up to $1,449 while BYU GMAT Prep costs only $695 for a savings of $754.
  • High quality at a low price!
  • As a not-for-profit entity, we offer students unmatched value.
  • Our Test Drive and Higher Score guarantees.
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Exceeding Expectations

All teachers have been specially chosen for each subject because of their vast experience with the GMAT and their excellent scores. All our teachers have scored above the 95th percentile in their respective teaching areas. Each is skilled in breaking down the sections in a way that will help you increase your speed and accuracy.

Pretests and posttests are administered to familiarize students with the format and to assess improvement:

  • Detailed diagnostic results from computer-adaptive tests (CAT)
  • Students learn areas of strength and weakness, where to focus studies

This course will instill confidence in test-taking skills for each test section:

  • Verbal—Critical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension and Sentence Completion
  • Quantitative—Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving
  • Analytical Writing
  • Integrated Reasoning
GMAT Information

The GMAT is a standardized test that is an important factor in determining admission into MBA programs at business management schools. It provides an objective element in your application.

Go to MBA.com for more GMAT information.

Business School MBA Rankings according to GMATCAT.com

Top MBA Programs

Here are a few GMAT score averages for top schools:

MBA Program Average GMAT Score
Harvard 726
Wharton 728
Stanford 732
Sloan 710
Yale 719
Arizona State 673
Brigham Young 667

It is recommended that applicants take the GMAT during the senior year of their undergraduate work, or shortly thereafter. Students who take the GMAT while they are still in school tend to perform better on the exam—because they are still in the academic or test-taking mode—than those who wait until they apply for the MBA program after working for several years. The GMAT score is valid for five years.

The GMAT is now a computer-adaptive test. Because of this, test takers are given an unofficial copy of their scores immediately after completing the exam, before they leave the testing center. Applicants may fax or bring in a copy of the unofficial GMAT score report from the testing center to be used to process their MBA application until the official scores arrive from the testing services. The MBA Admissions Committee can use the unofficial score report to make a recommendation on an application, but the official GMAT scores must reach the  business school you are applying to before an official offer of admission can be made.

It is suggested that the GMAT be taken several months before the application deadline for the following reasons:

  • It takes approximately four weeks for official GMAT scores to reach your prospective schools. An official offer of admission cannot be extended to an applicant until the school has received the official GMAT scores.
  • Applicants have the option of studying and retaking the GMAT (and have the scores sent in time to meet the application deadline) should previous GMAT scores be unrepresentative of their ability or too low to merit consideration for admission.
  • Applicants can meet scholarship deadlines and benefit from other advantages that early admission to the MBA program provides.

** Be sure to visit your prospective schools’ websites to check application and scholarship deadlines as well as score and GPA expectations.

Schedule your official GMAT test. https://www.mba.com/exams/gmat/before-the-exam/register-for-the-gmat-exa...

  • The closest testing center is located in Draper, Utah.

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