Some examples of how the “Bring a Friend”
program works:

**Please note that all our course fees include
GST, materials and are in Canadian dollars!**

**These examples are based on current course
fees and are provided to illustrate the principle. If our course fees
change then the numbers in the examples would also change.**

**Example 1:** Dave attends the U of
T and wishes to take the **Mastering
The LSAT **program starting on May 6. He has a friend Steve
at York and a friend John at Queen’s. By following the registration
procedure and adhering to the payment deadlines, they would pay:

$895 for Dave + $716 for Steve and $626.50 for John.
They would make a payment together for $2237.50. **This represents
a savings of $447.50.**

**Example 2:** Jim works in downtown
Toronto and wishes to take the **Two
Weekend GMAT** course starting on April 21. He has a friend
who also wishes to take the course. By following the registration procedure
and adhering to the payment deadlines they would pay:

$595 for Jim and $476 for his friend for a total of
$1071. *This represents a savings of $119.*

**Example 3:** Sarah wants to take the
** GRE**
course starting on March 23. She has three school friends who are also
taking the GRE. By following the registration procedure and adhering
to the payment deadlines they would pay:

$395 for Sarah, $316 for the second person, $276.50
for the third person and $237 for the fourth person for a total of $1224.50.
** ***This represents a savings of $355.50.*

**Example 4:** Mark is in pre-med and
wishes to take **Dr.
Ferdinand’s MCAT Prep** Weekend. He knows lots of people
who are also taking the MCAT. He comes as part of a group of 5. By following
the registration procedure and adhering to the payment guidelines the
would pay:

$395 for the first person, $316 for the second
person, $276.50 for the third person, $237 for the fourth person and
$197.50 for the fifth person for a total of $1422. *This
represents a savings of $553.00.*