Enter your keyword

Course

PowerScore GMAT

Powerscore

About Powerscore GMAT

PowerScore GMAT was created in 1997 by test prep “expert” Dave Killoran based on his experiences in the industry. He believes his methods help students succeed with higher test scores on a number of different types of standardized testings in addition to the PowerScore GMAT and GRE, including the LSAT, ACT and SAT exams.

Basics

Killoran and his colleagues’ take a more standardized approach through the use of lectures, lessons and discussions, similar to a traditional classroom environment. PowerScore also offers private tutoring, either live online, in person or via telephone. They have published and are selling a number of GMAT prep books including:

  • A trio called “The PowerScore Verbal Trilogy” ($69.99)
  • The GMAT “Bibles” for reading comprehension, critical reasoning and sentence correction (available individually for $24.99)
  • Official guides for 2016 including an overall version ($39.99), verbal and quantitative reviews ($19.99)
  • Undated official review guides are priced at $18.95 and $12.95 respectively, similar to the 2016 editions

Browse GRE titles here with a guide to the revised general test, quantitative and verbal reasoning practice questions along with their associative “Bibles.” There’s free online help available on their website in articles, a two part lesson one review, admissions assistance, testing and tracking information.

Powerscore GMAT Cost and Contact Info

PowerScore offers Private Tutoring (In-Person, Live Online, or Telephone) for $150/hr open ended and $625 for 5/hr.  It will cost you $495 for their On Demand 40 hour GMAT course.

The GRE course cost packages are a bit more complicated, but they range from $395 through $995 for their tiered levels of lessons, lectures, practice tests and homework.

On their contact page, you’ll find a live chat service, their email info, phone and fax along with a map to their headquarters in Charleston, South Carolina.

Reviews Statistic

4.29
4.29 out of 4.29
7 Ratings
5 Stars 3
4 Stars 3
3 Stars 1
2 Stars 0
1 Star 0

Add a review

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

7 reviews for PowerScore GMAT

  1. 5 out of 5

    McKenzie Ezzell:

    This program is a little expensive, but will help you do well on the GRE. If you have forgotten the necessary math and comprehension skills, I would recommend PowerScoreGRE.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Southern Utah University - Graduating 2023
    • MBA application & school advice: Set yourself apart with your motivation for earning your MBA. Schools want to know that you have a goal in mind and that this degree will help you reach that goal. It makes them more confident that you will do well in the program.
  2. 4 out of 5

    Nicolas A Soriano:

    The thing that I enjoy about powerscore is that they are top notch in every subject that they specialize in. I was focused on Law School from 2014-2019 and I used their online tutoring program and their instructors were AMAZING. When I switched to business, I decided to give them a try because I already new what they brought to the table and it was the same result. Extremely affordable and reliable compared to local Miami GMAT programs that try to hustle you for your money. The most unique aspect of their instructors is that even after the online class is done, they will stay an extra 30 minutes online to do more questions, in which they know they know that don’t have to do that because they are not getting compensated for extra work.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Professional MBA - 2021
    • MBA application & school advice: I applied to FIU's chapman school of business, The application is very easy. The only advice I would give the school is to more offer more specializations for MBA degree seekers, even though the selection is pretty decent.
  3. 5 out of 5

    Christopher:

    Seemed like good targeted prep that realistically simulated test questions and have a structured approach to practice

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: UTexas MBA
    • MBA application & school advice: Learn enough about each program to really be able to explain how attending will fit into your longer term plan
  4. 4 out of 5

    Drew Moore:

    I only used the free exam and it was helpful.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Stanford 2018
    • MBA application & school advice: Enjoy business school - don’t be overwhelmed by the many options and the great paths of your peers. Stay true to what you want to do and who you want to be.
  5. 3 out of 5

    lh2020:

    Powerscore was insightful in dissecting the test but not very individualized.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Ross School of Business / 2020
    • MBA application & school advice: Think about your professional goals and how the MBA will help get them accomplished.
  6. 5 out of 5

    Jaideep Basak:

    Amazing material for high scores.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Poole College of Management (NC State)/2018
    • MBA application & school advice: Keep it going!
  7. 4 out of 5

    kENG:

    Powerscore material for critical reasoning part is the best! If you have a problem with this section, Powerscore is your answer.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: mit 2016
Level Beginner

Share our course