Testimonials — See what our student are saying about their experience at 20/20 Prep
I can't begin to express how grateful I am for the one-on-one tutoring that I received from 20/20 Prep. I'm a 34 year old wife and mother with a full-time job, and I made the decision to apply to school to get my MBA after 12 years out of undergrad. Needless to say, the whole process was a little daunting, but not as much as taking the GMAT itself. I took it for the first time in early December 2011 after doing some self-study for about 6 weeks. I got a 510 and was extremely disappointed. I was applying to one program only - the accelerated One-Year MBA Program at Emory University's Goizueta Business School, and I knew that I needed a higher score to be competitive. I called 20/20 Prep about 2 weeks later and signed up to start tutoring sessions one-on-one in Math with Lucas. From the first session, I knew that I had made the right decision. Lucas and I worked together approximately 2 times a week over 4 weeks or so. I took the second test 6 weeks after my first test and scored 100 points higher, earning a 610. I'm confident that with more time with Lucas, I could have scored even higher. But, I feel great about my achievement given all of my personal and professional commitments and the short time I had to prepare. I would (and have already) recommend anyone to 20/20 Prep.
--Rhonda Fischer, Emory University’s Goizueta School of Business, MBA
I began studying with 20/20 about 3 months before my test date having done no prior work and am so appreciative of the help that they gave along the way. From the initial call to see if it would be a good fit to calling to let them know that I got a 670 they were always able to help. The courses themselves were extremely beneficial because the answer explanations in the packets that 20/20 gave were much easier to follow than the answer explanations in the Official GMAT Prep Books that I used alongside the course. This allowed me to get a lot more out of my independent study than I otherwise would've been able to by just studying on my own. The class sizes are great, there were never more than 7-8 people per class that I attended, which allowed for a lot of explanation and questions to help my understanding. Thanks so much!
--David Cobble, Emory University