GMAT Online Classes Developed at UCLA!

Maximum of 4 students per class.  Taught by UCLA Test Prep Instructor and Wharton MBA, Bruce Hanson.  Money back guarantee.

How Much Will My Score Go Up?

100 point score increases are common

Targeting a score over 700?

~75% of students get there

*with strong academic backgrounds and 15+ hours of study per week


Money Back Guarantee: Take the first class.  If it doesn’t absolutely crush your expectations (or for any another reason) drop the course before the second class for a full refund.

Available Classes are Below:  Classes are taught online via Zoom and are strictly capped at 4 students, so don’t delay signing up.

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Some questions you might have:

Are the classes taught live with a real teacher interacting with students?

Yes, yes and yes!  It works just like a physical classroom except you don’t have to go any further than your computer, tablet or yes, some of you will join via smartphone.

Will the class work for me?

Bruce developed and taught the class at UCLA for years, so the class has a strong track record of helping students just like you raise their test scores.  It works because it not only rigorously reviews the math and English concepts you need to know but, more importantly, teaches you to dissect what the test actually wants you to do in each question in so you can get it right…FAST!  This has proven to be an VERY effective approach.   To learn more CLICK HERE

How much will I have to study?

The unfulfilling answer to that question is…it depends.  For those of you targeting 700+ scores, your competition is studying between about 15 – 20 hours a week (we know!).  You might or might not have to study that much to hit your desired score.  Practice is a huge driver of your score – so for most people, the more they practice, the higher their score.  And that’s a good thing – it means that most of your success is in your control!

Are the classes really capped at between 2 and 4 students?

Yes.  We want to create an experience that allows students to ask questions and for the course to be customized for the particular group of students who are studying together.

How much will I have to study?

The unfulfilling answer to that question is…it depends.  For those of you targeting 700+ scores, your competition is studying between about 15 – 20 hours a week (we know!).  You might or might not have to study that much to hit your desired score.  Practice is a huge driver of your score – so for most people, the more they practice, the higher their score.

Should I take just the quant or just the verbal or both at the same time?

It depends on your timing and how much time you have to study.  If you take both together, you will finish after about 12 weeks.   But remember you are doubling up on homework.  If you take them separately, it will take longer to complete the course, but the pace will be much easier to maintain – especially important for those of you who have pretty stressful jobs.    Also, some lucky people are already pretty good at either the verbal or quant sides of the test and only need to focus on one side.

Are the classes really advanced?  Will it be over my head?

The classes are definitely aimed at students who are shooting for high 600’s and 700+ plus scores.

But let’s be honest, nobody remembers their algebra, and nobody has diagramed a sentence since 8th grade!

On the quant side, if you are uncomfortable with math (as opposed to just rusty) you’ll find that the course goes VERY fast and it won’t be very helpful for you.  We generally set up the equation (which is the hard part) but we assume you can comfortably solve most linear equations and find X.   If you’re unsure about your algebra skills, I highly recommend, Algebra I Workbook for Dummies.

On the verbal side, it’s a little easier going.  You need to have far fewer technical English skills in order to score very well on the verbal side.  And most of those skills we teach you.  If English isn’t your first language, it can be challenging.

GMAT Online Classes

“Bruce is an exceptionally passionate and talented teacher who can break down complex information into easily understandable parts and make challenging material fun and digestible.”

Eric Latham
Program Director
UCLA Extension Education
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