Chapel Hill, North Carolina - GRE Prep Course Options

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GRE Full Length Classroom Course

  • Completely revised for the new 2011 GRE exam!
  • A 10 Point Score Increase Guarantee! (on the new 340 point scale)
  • 12 Sessions of 3 to 4 Hours per Class with over 1000 pages of materials with unique strategies for GRE.
  • Early Registration Course Fee: $1,099 (with Registration one week prior to the Course). Regular Course Fee: $1,299
  • View Full Description for Testmasters GRE Classroom Course

GRE Online Course

  • Designed for the revised GRE (examinations after August 1, 2011).
  • Score increase guarantee of 10 points on the new 340 point scale!
  • Prepare for the GRE when you want and where you want and watch classes multiple times!
  • Includes Testmasters GRE Course Manual - worth hundreds of dollars if sold separately!
  • Only $899 per person - All materials shipped to you overnight, free of charge!
  • View Full Description for the Testmasters GRE Online Course

GRE Private 1-on-1 Course

  • Completely revised for the GRE exam!
  • Similar to our GRE Classroom Course, but done entirely through 1-on-1 tutoring
  • $2999 for the entire course taught online live through private 1-on-1 tutoring.
  • $4,999 for the entire course taught in-person live through private 1-on-1 tutoring.

GRE Full-Length Custom Classroom Course

  • Completely revised for the new 2011 GRE exam!
  • Our GRE Full-length Classroom Course where you pick the schedule and location.

GRE Books

  • GRE Study Materials
  • Visit the Test Masters E-store for specific titles and prices
  • NOTE: If you choose to take a Test Masters course, you do NOT need to purchase any separate course material. All course material is included with each course.

TestMasters proudly offers GRE test preparation courses in Chapel Hill and throughout the greater North Carolina and Atlantic coast area, serving applicants to graduate programs at institutions including the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Charlotte and Greensboro; North Carolina State; Duke University; and Wake Forest University.