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I have taken the weekend course with them in Germany. I feel the course is high quality, especially those math instructions and tips. In general, our instructor was very capable, patient and friendly. Most of my classmates indicated that the course exceeded their expectation.
Maybe you should first think about the area of your weakness and decide between a course and some private-tutoring. To me, the course fee was well worth it. Well, I guess you can find some more information on their homepage http://www.manhattanreview.com Cheers!
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Hi There, I took the London course in December. I had actually taken the GMAT previously and scored a low 590 and wanted to improve my score so took the course. I felt that it was too much of an overview and because they have a lot to cover in 2 days they dont go over some topics. Like combination for instance the tutor did not even cover and it was a weak area for me. Also they do not seem to give you any strategies and discourage from number picking etc. which i found odd as it is all about being quick on this exam. The other disappointing thing i found was that study materials have many typoes in them and there are no explanations of the answers (although they promised to send me them over email). And their adaptive tests on the CD are prone with errors. I suggest going for a Kaplan course instead or any other one for that matter. But again, I had already gone through everything so was looking for extra help so if you are looking for an overview to jump start your revision it may be helpful. Good luck.
Yeah, I agree with you the course is partly for an advanced MBA applicant shoot for the higher scores.
- Well, I guess it's advisory to prepare before taking a course anyways.. they all are kind of an investment.... being at least somewhat prepared before taking a course should make one get a final boost and the most out of it. especially if one is looking at an intense weekend prep.