Learning styles are so individual, you need to check out several and see which is the best fit for you.
Some online companies offer an instructor to answer your questions, in addition to the basic review program itself. This could be of critical importance if you're the kind of person who benefits most from talking to someone about the areas where you need further explanation, but don't want to sit in a classroom..
Once you get a short list of possible candidates, do a Google search on each, looking for testimonials, and also complaints. That should help you pick the one that's right for you.
By the way, if you need to do some math review, my old teacher, Ron Climer, of the Climer School of Real Estate, in Orlando has made some excellent YouTube videos. Just be forewarned--His Hawaiian shirts are pretty wild, so you might want to put on your sunglasses!