Choose from Seven Options
- $549 for an in-person Classic GMAT course ($1,200 value)
- $499 for an online Classic GMAT course ($1,050 value)
- $349 for an in-person Express GMAT course ($750 value)
- $299 for an online Express GMAT course ($660 value)
- $379 for an in-person SAT course ($600 value)
- $379 for an in-person SSAT course ($600 value)
- $379 for an in-person SHSAT course ($600 value)<p>
The instructors at Bell Curves—who have all scored in the 99th percentile of the test they teach—prepare pupils in intimate classes that average 12 students in size, using Bell Curves manuals and workbooks to uncover test-tackling knowledge and strategy. The courses give instructors ample time to fill brains with vital information about each section of an exam just as effectively as hiring a Vulcan to perform a mind meld with the exam’s author.
The Classic GMAT course preps students with 36 hours of instruction (12 three-hour classes), while the Express GMAT course offers 20 hours (eight 2.5-hour classes). Students also obtain unlimited access to weekly Q&A sessions, as well as an online GMAT center for off-hours support as they study at home or on the go. Alternately, students applying to their dream college or high school can help bolster test scores with SAT, SSAT, and SHSAT courses, which provide 24 hours of instruction, three proctored diagnostic tests with comprehensive score reports and analysis, and unlimited online support.<p>
Each one of the instructors at Bell Curves has passed a rigorous development and training program, but their value goes way beyond quantifiable metrics. Among their ranks are published authors, screenwriters, Broadway performers, and even Jeopardy contestants. Their varied life experiences coupled with impressive test prep know-how helps them prepare students for a wide variety of tests from the SSAT and ISEE to the ACT, SAT, GRE, and LSAT. Along the way, Bell Curves provides even more support to students, offering them indefinite access to the online support team and the online supply closet filled with digital No. 2 pencils.