Enron Mail

Subject:GMAT Review available at Enron
Date:Wed, 14 Nov 2001 19:20:18 -0800 (PST)


The next GMAT review course at Enron will begin Monday, November 26th:
The schedule is:
Course # 7019-00: Monday nights, Nov 26 - Jan 28 (no class Dec 24 or
Dec 31)

This course is identical to the courses that started in October. It is
being offered now for the benefit of employees who would like to take the
GMAT before January 31 for the purposes of applying to business school.

Course details:
- Class is held at Enron in room ECN560 and is restricted to Enron
- Each course is limited to eight students
- Meets once a week for eight weeks
- Hours are 6:00-9:00 PM (first session will run til 10:00 pm to
include initial exam)
- Expect 4-5 hours of homework per week
- Course includes a total of four practice GMAT exams
- Ends the second week of December, allowing employees to take the
GMAT in December and meet a January application deadline.
- Special discount of $200 off the regular Princeton Review tuition

Enron has allowed this program to be hosted in the Enron Building for
convenience of its employees. Individuals are responsible for paying their
own fees. Financial support from Enron is at manager's discretion and is
subject to the usual tuition reimbursement constraints around budget and
relevance to organizational performance.

1. Print out the attached registration form.
2. Complete the form, but please note the following
A. Fill out the student information completely, including
your email address.
B. In the Enrollment section, where it says "Please enroll
me in GMAT Class Size-8 Course # _________",
C. In the Payment section: For the course at Enron, the
tuition is discounted by $200, to $899.
FULL PAYMENT of this amount by credit or debit card is
required on the registration form. Be sure to indicate complete cardholder
3. Fax the completed form to Princeton Review at (713) 688-4746.

Faxes are time-stamped by the receiving fax machine at Princeton Review.
The first eight valid registration forms received for each course will be
honored. Registrations received after the first eight will be placed on a
list for the course or courses indicated. Enrollments and waitlists will be
confirmed by email.

Employees who are not able to take the course at Enron can take a course at
the Princeton Review office at the same $200 discount.
Call (800)2REVIEW to register or to receive a list of course schedules.

The GMAT score is a critical part of your application to business
school. Indeed, in many cases, it is the single most decisive statistic
that admissions offices use in evaluating applicants. While work
experience, GPA, essays, and interviews are all important components of
your application, the GMAT is the one objective factor that you can
substantially improve in a short period of time.

All interested Enron employees are invited to attend the Texas MBA
Tour, which will be in Houston on Wednesday, January 23. The Texas MBA
Tour, of which The Princeton Review is a partner, is a group of six business
schools that host a joint MBA panel discussion and admissions fair. The
participating schools are Texas, Rice, SMU, Baylor, TCU, and Texas A&M.
The Princeton Review has agreed to handle registration for the event, so
(800) 2REVIEW to register.