Everyone wants to know how much their score will go up and the true but rather unsatisfying answer to that question is… it depends.

Some students are looking for a lot of points.  Some students need fewer points.   Some students have a lot of time to study.  Some students have less time.  Etc…

The good news is that your score is largely in your hands.  We’ve found that after you actually understand how the test works and what it actually tests (and we will absolutely teach you those things) practice is the single biggest driver of success.

If you are targeting scores over 320 on the GRE or over 700 on the GMAT (which is typical for most of our clients), please keep in mind that your competition is studying between 15 and 20 hours per week for about 3 to 4 months. We know – this is like having a part-time job.

There is good news, though.  Students who commit to that much practice per week achieve their point goals about 96% of the time with us.  

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