Special GMAT Course Discounts: Live Online & New York
Manhattan Review has responded to the ongoing recession by lowering the price of its Multi-Week Long GMAT Courses held in New York and Live Online. For a limited time in 2010 starting from January 16th, a discount is being extended to students who join the Manhattan Review New York GMAT Long Courses and Online Live GMAT Courses. Normally priced at $1399, the New York GMAT Long Courses are now available for $1099. Normally priced at $1025, the Live Online GMAT Courses are now available for $899.
“We understand that current economic conditions have put a strain on the budget of many students,” said Dr. Joern Meissner, the founder and academic director. “But Manhattan Review is committed to preparing students for the GMAT and helping them reach their target score.”
If students pay two weeks in advance for the New York GMAT Long Courses, they are also eligible for an early-bird discount of $999 for a full 28-hour in-person course. The students will also have the option to reinforce their learning with a different instructor in a live online course, bringing the total hours of instruction to 56 hours or more.
Students not located in the New York City area should also check out Manhattan Review’s new discounted price for its Interactive Online GMAT Courses. Normally priced at $1025, the Live Online GMAT Long Courses are now available for $899. If students pay two weeks in advance for Online GMAT courses, they are also eligible for an early-bird promotional discount of $845. It also comes with unlimited access to Manhattan Review’s popular online live recording library of over 100 hours, bringing the total hours of instruction to 128 hours.
Though the price of the course has been lowered by as much as 30%, the Manhattan Review GMAT course content remains unchanged. Students will still receive four Manhattan Review Turbocharge Your GMAT study Guides, as well as the three GMAT Official Guides. Purchase of the course also includes five online full-length Computer Adaptive Tests that simulate the GMAT on a home computer and help students gauge how their score is coming along as they progress through the course.
All Manhattan Review GMAT courses include the following services:
|*Better Score Guarantee: Unlimited class hours and advice*|
|*Double Class for 56+ hours; US$200 Student Referral*|
|1-2 dedicated GMAT Math and GMAT Verbal instructors for the entire course|
|Full set proprietary GMAT course materials (Turbocharge Your GMAT)|
|Real Official Guide GMAT questions (3 books included)|
|Five on-line challenging GMAT practice tests (CATs)|
|After-class GMAT Home Study Guideline, Email Support, Blog & Forum|
|8-Hour MBA Admissions Online Boot Camp|
|Student Discount for GMAT Tutoring & MBA Admissions Help|
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