Add another vote to Manhattan
Here are my takeaways for Manhattan CAT
> The questions are more time-consuming and calculation-heavy. I think, however, that the makers of the Manhattan GMAT
purposely do this to strengthen our timing.
> The questions are very similar with the GMAT in terms of placing "traps" in the questions. Case in point, I encountered a MGMAT CAT quant question that asked to determine the number of hours before the tank is filled up 1/2 of its capacity. That's very GMAT-esque. I and give kudos to MGMAT for that.
> The explanations are crisp and straight to the point. Matter of fact, the explanations are narrated in such a way that reading them feels like a real teacher is explaining them.
> Verbal questions are very hard to imitate in my opinion. See, MGMAT verbal is a bit easier than GMAT questions. I don't know why. Hope someone could take chime in on this.
Overall, I find MGMAT very very vital.
Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure... than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat.
- T. Roosevelt