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Welcome Revolution Prep to GMAT Club Forum [#permalink] New post 30 Aug 2011, 21:59
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Hello GMAT Club!

Please join me in welcoming Revolution Prep to the GMAT Club forums!

Revolution Prep is the latest entrant into the GMAT Prep business with a very innovative set of products. The company has been teaching test-takers for a long time helping them with SAT and ACT. It has just now developed the latest GMAT Product line with packages that allow very flexible and customized prep. One of the products is called "GMAT Unlimited" - I will let you figure out what it is on your own ;) You can also check out their course curriculum to get an idea - the featured video (CR overview) is a very interesting take on CR.

If you remember, Revolution Prep had their first fore at GMAT Club a few weeks ago with a special preview of their prep class, allowing about 100 GMAT club members to take their course and experience the live study sessions.


To kick it off right, Revolution Prep has hired 2 star instructors with MBA degrees:

Chris Snyder
GMAT Score: 770
Chris Snyder is an elite GMAT expert and tutor. He has helped thousands of students earn top scores over the last 13 years. Before going to business school at Notre Dame, he spent 2 years as the National GMAT Product Manager at Кaplan. A few of his other roles at Кaplan included: Director of Teacher Training, Academic Director, Center Manager, Lead Presenter, Teacher Trainer, Teacher, and Tutor. Long ago, when the GMAT was still a paper-and-pencil test, Chris completed his BA in Economics at the University of Pennsylvania.




Joe El Rady
GMAT Score: 750
Joe received his MBA in Finance from the Wharton School, where he wrote a thesis on the development of the California economy. He received his undergraduate degree in international relations, with honors, from Stanford University.
After graduating from the Wharton School, Joe joined Houlihan Lokey, Wall Street's preeminent financial restructuring firm. During his time as an investment banker at Houlihan Lokey, Joe focused on private placements of debt and equity securities in connection with restructurings, refinancings, leveraged buyouts, recapitalizations, growth capital, and acquisitions.

Revolution Prep has a lot of cool things coming (hence the name) but meanwhile, please join me in welcoming them to GMAT Club.

Best Regards,
BB.


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Re: Welcome Revolution Prep to GMAT Club Forum [#permalink] New post 31 Aug 2011, 10:54
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Re: Welcome Revolution Prep to GMAT Club Forum [#permalink] New post 31 Aug 2011, 11:46
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Hey team, welcome to gmat club! :)


Thanks Hussain15! We're happy to be here.

I should clarify one point from BB - we do not have a product specifically named "GMAT Unlimited". Most of our products DO include unlimited access to our live study sessions (over 50 hours/week available) and on-demand video library (with 110+ lessons available), however.

For those of you who did not make the pilot earlier this month, please click through to our free 3-day trial to sample our course. And of course let us know if you have any questions or feedback!
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Re: Welcome Revolution Prep to GMAT Club Forum [#permalink] New post 01 Sep 2011, 17:56
Hey Revolution Team, Welcome to GMAT Club.
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Re: Welcome Revolution Prep to GMAT Club Forum [#permalink] New post 11 Sep 2011, 10:01
PLease give me an idea about
1.the cost of taking a GMAT exam???(plus the 5 colleges i can apply to for free-->is it valid for tdo he same year of taknig the exam or 5 yrs )???
2.How important are the cocurricular activities in college???
If a person is not really active then what can he do to cover up for the HBS (2+2)pgm...DOes he have a chance???
3.What are the other bschools accepting GMAT scores of freshers???
PLease reply to these Qs in order with numbering..
Thanks in advance :)
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Re: Welcome Revolution Prep to GMAT Club Forum [#permalink] New post 14 Sep 2011, 14:03
Can anyone who got in on the pilot share their experience with Revolution Prep?

I was leaning towards Knewton, but after the trial, I'm not so sure anymore. I did not like their video streaming application and was unimpressed with the instructors in the free trial (I can only imagine that the others will only be as good).
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Re: Welcome Revolution Prep to GMAT Club Forum [#permalink] New post 22 Sep 2011, 10:10
Hussain15 and ramvemula - thanks for the warm welcome! We're happy to be here, and look forward to helping gmatclub members prepare for the test.
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Re: Welcome Revolution Prep to GMAT Club Forum [#permalink] New post 22 Sep 2011, 10:31
Hi angad27 -

1. The GMAT costs $250. You may register through mba.com. Your scores will be sent to your 5 schools that you select on test day, and will be valid for 5 years.
2. Our expertise is centered on the GMAT, but I can address your question about extracurriculars in broad strokes... Demonstrating some achievement outside of the classroom is generally an important part of your application. Given the competitiveness of the HBS 2+2 program and the fact that candidates apply while in undergrad studies, I expect that this would also be true for this program. In other words, to gain acceptance to HBS, your application will need to include more than a great GMAT score and your coursework.
3. There are folks in the admissions consulting forums who could give much better feedback than I could on specifics such as this. I'll defer to the gmatclub experts there.

Thank you,
Chris
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Re: Welcome Revolution Prep to GMAT Club Forum [#permalink] New post 23 Sep 2011, 08:02
A warm welcome to our new gmat contributers :).
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