For the Complete™ and Advanced Start™ programs, we are conducting live online and in-person lessons. Students may choose from the live online and in-person meeting times listed in the class schedules below. Please select your campus to find the appropriate class schedule options.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When registering for our Complete and Advanced Start programs, you will be given the option to select a class code for completing your 14 lessons. To help you make your decision, consider what days and times work best for your personal schedule and how soon you will be taking your national tests.
On the schedule of classes, the class code is in the first column (Ex: Online-252 or CP-5055).
If you are not sure which class schedule will work best, don’t worry! You can decide that later. Just select the “I will decide later” option when registering. Members of our team will follow up with you to help you make your selection. Our advisors are great resources for getting your questions answered, helping you decide on the best schedule for your student, and helping you register for the appropriate class day and time.
Class schedule options vary depending on the time of year. During the summer break, the class schedule offers more day class times for our students. During the school year, our schedule is more reflective of a student’s “free” time: more class times are available in the evening and/or on Saturday and Sunday. We offer rolling class start times, which means we have new classes starting every month.
If you find a schedule that works most of the time, but you find that you have a few conflicts here and there, it will still be a good fit as we offer flexible make up lessons. Lessons do not have to be attended in any exact order. If you are having trouble finding a schedule that works best for your student, please schedule a free consultation with an advisor so that we can look at additional options with you.
During the orientation, families will be given direction and guidance on how to schedule and attend workshops, practice tests with reviews, planning seminars, and more. You can also call your campus and speak with an advisor after the orientation for more information.