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GMAT Prep Course

Starting at $ 1299

GMAT Prep Course includes:

  • 48+ hours of live interactive teaching from our best instructors
  • New Study Plan that will provide you with personalized recommendations based on your performance during the course
  • Official Test Day Experience - A Kaplan exclusive! Through our partnership with Pearson VUE, you'll be able to take a Kaplan practice test at the actual testing facility you'll use on Test Day so you'll know exactly what to expect
  • The GMAT Channel - Another Kaplan exclusive! Get 30+ hours of live, highly-interactive unique instruction on everything from the basics to advanced topics taught live and online by Kaplan’s highest rated faculty
  • Over 140 hours of instruction and practice
  • 5,000+ practice questions
  • 9 full-length computer adaptive tests (CATs) that replicate the actual exam experience
  • Select your section order. CATs are fully updated to match July 2017 GMAT test changes
  • The following books: GMAT Premier: Course Book Edition and GMAT Pocket Reference, Complete Start-to-Finish MBA Admissions Guide

GMAT Prep PLUS Course

Starting at $ 1699

Everything in our GMAT Prep Course, PLUS personal coaching and additional math help:

  • 3 hours of one-on-one time, live online with a GMAT expert (over $400 value): Personalized coaching, review and analysis of practice test results, assistance building a study plan, and guidance on the graduate school application process.
  • GMAT Math Foundations - Self-Paced ($299 value): A collection of online videos and practice questions designed to build a strong foundation in the basic math skills essential for success on the GMAT (on demand lessons & online workshops, and 400+ practice questions).

Deciding between GMAT or GRE

Of course, the ultimate determiner is whether the MBA programs to which you’re applying accept both tests or indicate a preference for one.

The GMAT and GRE are, in many ways, nearly identical:

  • Both involve early-high-school-level math.
  • Both rely heavily on reading comprehension.
  • Both require essay-writing at the beginning of the test.

But there are notable differences between the GMAT and GRE:


Accepted at 1200+ Business Schools worldwide.

Unique Quantitative Question—Quantitative Comparisons.

Unique Verbal Questions—Sentence Equivalence & Text Completion.

Better for “creative/flexible” thinkers.


Accepted by all business schools.

Unique Quantitative Question—Data Sufficiency.

Unique Verbal Questions—Sentence Correction & Critical Reasoning.

Better for ”number-crunching” thinkers.