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Best GRE prep class? [#permalink] New post 02 Nov 2011, 13:11
Hi friends,

I am new to this great board, I hope everyone is doing great! I did the GMAT many years ago and got an average score, mainly due to a lower Quant/Math score. I completed my MBA from a good program and have been working for a few years.

I am now considering going for a second Master's program in a totally different field, and would like to take the GRE to strengthen my application.

I am currently located in HOUSTON, TX (USA) and am a working professional during the day in the work week. Thus, I am looking for an EXCELLENT, class room setting, preferably small group, GRE class that I can take over 6-8 weeks on the weekends.

Princeton Review seems to have a small group class - 4 students per class, and I am seriously considering that. I was wondering which 'company' you would recommend, e.g. Princeton Review, Kaplan, Manhattan Review, meet my needs.

I am flexible with my budget.

Thanks so much,
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Re: Best GRE prep class? [#permalink] New post 04 Nov 2011, 05:18
Hi hulahoop, Welcome to GMATClub.

I've personally not tried any of the classes, but if Manhattan Prep's GRE guides are anything to go by, then it's courses should be excellent - they're priced higher than most though. Most of the test prep companies offer trial classes, so it might be worth trying them out before settling on the course.

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Re: Best GRE prep class? [#permalink] New post 25 Mar 2012, 06:15
I think one can score well in GRE even without preparatory classes.
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