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Hello all,
I have just started to think about taking the GMAT's. I am less than a year out of college (undergrad) and am currently studying for my cpa. There is just so much information on this website I thought it simpler/easier to just ask:
1)What program/class has proven the most beneficial for GMAT test
preparation?
2) Is the Kaplan book something i can pick up in the library? What editiion should i get that this website supplements?

And although not directly related, but i am looking to obtain a master's in forensic accounting? Does anyone know of top schools/or any for that matter that offer such a program? I have only found florida atlantic university to offer it.

Thanks in advance, Chris
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You probably can get an older version of the Kaplan book at the library, but just be aware that the test has been changing recently. No single change has been major, but there are some harder problem types showing up, meaning that a book that's a couple of years old may not help you prepare to your full potential.

If you're looking at courses in the U.S., we highly recommend some of the smaller players like Veritas and Integrated Learning. They're partners of ours, so we're sort of biased, but we partnered with them specifically because we like their approach to test training.

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