TestPrep Program
808 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 212
Boston, Massachusetts 02215
Tel: 617/353-2987
Fax: 617/358-2196


 

Premium Plan (A):$589

Basic Plan (B):$519

SATURDAY ALL-DAY PLANS:Intensive Plan (C):$589

NEW:Executive Short Course Plan (D):$400

All Boston University TestPrep Program courses combine content modules and diagnostic practice tests to offer a substantial in-class test preparation curriculum at a reasonable price. Classroom instruction in the content modules features a teach-to-the-test approach. Instructors review with students question types that are found in individual sections of the specific tests, whether it be analytical reasoning for the LSAT and GRE, data sufficiency for the GMAT, or organic chemistry for the MCAT. In practice test sessions, students take actual previous tests to work on tim-ing and test-taking strategies. Plan A students take one paper-and-pencil diagnostic test that is computer-scored, with written feedback on strengths and weaknesses. Special computer test sessions are arranged in later sessions for GMAT, GRE, and TOEFL students who are taking the computer-based tests. LSAT and SAT students take paper-and-pencil tests throughout the course. Home study materials are provided to further enhance in-class learning.

Plan A: Premium courses for the GMAT,GRE,LSAT,and MCAT involve 38 39 hours of in-class instruction and practice tests.Plan A courses offer skill-building work- shops and enhanced in-class assessment as part of the preparation process.
   
Plan B: Basic courses include 26 1 /2 28 hours of in-class instruction,including at least one diagnostic test,written or computer-based.Plan B participants receive the same materials as Plan A students,but are expected to review more material on their own.
   
Plan C: The Intensive option features all-day sessions on Saturdays and can be taken as either a Premium Plan or Basic Plan course.Plan A students attend all core modules,workshops,and practice tests.Plan B students attend selected classes.
   
Plan D: The Executive short courses give the opportunity for busy professionals who are preparing for the GRE or GMAT to take a limited number of all-day classes over three successive Saturdays.Sessions run from 9 a.m.to 5 p.m.and feature 21 hours of intensive problem-solving sessions without diagnostic testing.

Important Notice to GMAT, GRE, and TOEFL Participants:

FREE tutorial software is available for all participants who are preparing for computer-based tests. In addition, GMAT, GRE, and TOEFL computer software is loaded onto select computer labs on the Boston University Charles River Campus; this soft-ware can be accessed for individual study. Special computer lab sessions also are held for students who are preparing for computer-based tests.

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14 August 2001