The LAS Difference

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    Initial Consultation

    We believe that the first step towards achieving success is to listen and understand each student’s unique needs. Our initial consultation allows for a true assessment of where students are at in their test preparation process. From there, our intake coordinators are able to design a customized test prep strategy that addresses the student’s needs and helps them reach their measurable goals.

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    Following an initial consultation, students will take a pre-test of their specified exam to determine strengths, weaknesses, and where there are opportunities for improvement. This allows us to incorporate error analyses and progress tracking, which is the foundation of LAS’ test prep methodology.

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    Test Prep

    At this point, students seeking college admission support will decide whether they’d like to participate in a Hybrid Workshop, Crash Course, or have One-to-One Meetings with an instructor for test prep support. Students seeking GRE and GMAT support will be paired up with a Scholastic Manager who will work one-on-one to help them prepare for the test. All clients will receive an individualized test prep curriculum that reflects each individual’s strengths while identifying key areas for targeted content review. All test prep services are available year-round, in-person or virtually, and sync up with national test dates.

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As of now, we only offer Hybrid Workshops and Crash Courses for K-12 standardized tests. That being said, our highly trained Scholastic Managers are eager to work with you one-on-one to help co-construct an individualized GRE/GMAT test prep plan.

It depends on which test prep plan you choose! Give us a call and we’ll talk through pricing and work with you to determine the right fit for your budget.

Great question! The most significant difference between the GMAT and the GRE is that the GRE is used as part of admissions for a wide variety of graduate school programs, while the GMAT is only used to apply to business schools. If you’re planning to apply to business school, we’d recommend taking the GMAT. If you’re uncertain of which graduate program you’d like to go into, taking the GRE is a safe bet to keep your options open.

While every student is different, on average, students who work with us can expect to see between a 2-5 point increase on their test score.

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