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ARCO [#permalink] New post 24 Oct 2003, 03:00
Hello,
does anyone know how I can buy Arco's material?
Does it have a website??
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Re: ARCO [#permalink] New post 28 Oct 2003, 12:47
gcponte wrote:
Hello,
does anyone know how I can buy Arco's material?
Does it have a website??
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Hi guys
I think the question of Arco's materials has a little different from the question of actual test , so I don't like it as my preparing workbook. You could buy some great workbook( Recemmendation books from this site) or download some materials from websites, such asofficial guide, kaplan, Princeton and 800 scores software as your suff for GMAT.
Now, I have also preparing my GMAT test, and I brought a series of kaplan, Princeton and Official Guide, and downloaded GMAT Plus as practice.
I hope to gain high scores!!!(My goal scores is 650, because I'm non-native).
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Oct 2003, 09:59
Thanks for your reply.
The problem is that I already took the gmat and I studied on Princeton and Kaplan. I am going to retake it in a few weeks, so I need different books.
By the way, I got 600 (42Q, 30V). I desperately need to improve my verbal part. I am also non native.

What would you suggest especially for the verbal part?
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Kaplan and Princeton [#permalink] New post 03 Nov 2003, 06:34
Anyone know the difference between Kaplan and Princeton Verbal Serie?
I haven't decided yet between these two
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 [#permalink] New post 03 Nov 2003, 06:59
Princeton Review is the best for verbal - I would only use them.
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 [#permalink] New post 09 Nov 2003, 08:20
The best one for your verbal (tough CR) and SC,is the UNOFFICIAL GUIDE TO GMAT-ARCO....No princeton/kaplan beats it in terms of explanation,grammar reference and tough questions
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