That's a great question. I can outline the primary differences for you and offer some guidelines to gauge which course will better suit your needs. The Complete Prep and Premium Live courses offer the same core curriculum, with 13 recorded video sessions, 6 CATs, 3,800 practice questions, and the 50 point money-back guarantee if your previous official GMAT or diagnostic CAT score doesn't improve by 50 points. The Premium Live course additionally offers:
- Unlimited access to 24 hours of live, interactive teacher workshops every week for the duration of your course. These workshops cover core topics in more depth, and allow students to get extra help if they're struggling with a particular subject. Take a look at an example schedule here: http://www.knewton.com/assets-v2/schedu ... urrent.pdf
. Every month, our teachers develop a new schedule based on student feedback, so we ensure everyone is getting the help they need.
- 1 year of course access (versus 4 months of access with Complete Prep)
The Complete Prep will cover everything you need to know, but if you feel like you would benefit from more in-depth concept review and teacher interaction, the Premium Live is worth the price. On the other hand, if you don't have time in your schedule to fit in live sessions, Complete Prep would be the more appropriate choice.
It all depends on your own availability and learning style. If personal interaction is key for you, go for Premium Live. If you feel comfortable without the live element, Complete Prep still covers all of the same concepts and strategies.
Hope this helps, don't hesitate to let me know if you have any other questions!
All the best,
JessieKnewton GMAT Team