TWO WAYS TO PREP FOR THE GMAT

We are pleased to partner with Princeton Review to offer TWO revamped GMAT Classes for Working Professionals.

GMAT HONORS CLASS: We know how hard it is to carve out months for a GMAT prep course so we created a one-day course for working professionals to learn the best strategies for taking the GMAT. This is an intensive prep class for top-scoring students who are aiming for perfection. The course will be fast-paced and intense.

    GMAT Self-Prep Kit (all textbooks and materials)
    Access to Online Student Portal: Includes additional homework drills, practice exams and study guides
    One-day, 8-hour, live in-person instruction on campus at the Jones Graduate School of Business


*Minimum qualifying score of 600 is required for this Honors class. You must provide a previous score from GMAT test or GMAT practice test


GMAT FUNDAMENTALS LIVE ONLINE CLASS: For those who need a more structured learning experience, we offer this online GMAT prep course with more scheduled classes..


    GMAT Self-Prep Kit (all textbooks and materials)
    Access to Online Student Portal: Includes additional homework drills, practice exams and customizable study guides
    Hard Math: 700+ workshops included at no additional cost to help you tackle those difficult math problems
    Six to 9-week sessions (Two-hour classes, option of one or two live online classes per week)
    Freedom to join the class from anywhere
    Online recordings to review lessons or make up missed classes

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Registration is easy. Simply contact Ciny Patel at Princeton Review at cpatel@review.com.

If you have questions regarding the class or other Rice MBA programs, please contact Sue Oldham at sko2@rice.edu.

* The first 5 people to register for each class offering will receive a $75 discount courtesy of the Jones Graduate School Admissions Team.

** Meals are not provided.

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