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PRINCETON REVIEW [#permalink] New post 10 May 2008, 12:30
Has anyone taken the princeton Review course in Houston. I wanted to know if PR is any good??
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Re: PRINCETON REVIEW [#permalink] New post 10 May 2008, 13:38
I think it really depends on what level score you are hoping for. If you are hoping to be between 600-700, then it probably would be pretty good although expensive. If you are going for 700+, then you I would suggest not taking PR. You probably will not get enough out of the class to justify spending the money. These are just my thoughts though.
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Re: PRINCETON REVIEW [#permalink] New post 10 May 2008, 23:40
TRISTLW wrote:
Has anyone taken the princeton Review course in Houston. I wanted to know if PR is any good??

I took the PR classroom course for the GMAT, but it wasn't in Houston. I thought the course was worth taking and it helped me a lot during my preparations. The course provides good structure and a significant amount of practice material. Like jbpayne said, it's more for people trying to get into or solidify their 600-700 score. If you're shooting for 700+ then a lot of additional independent studying is in order.
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Re: PRINCETON REVIEW [#permalink] New post 11 May 2008, 05:59
I took the PR course, first practice GMAT I think I got a 510

First real GMAT I got a 610 and my second real GMAT I got a 690

So the material is great, it depends a lot on the instructor though. I took it in Chicago and it was great, only 4 people in my class and I thought my instructor was great. However 1 other student in my class did not see any progress at all.

The MGMAT books are also great for studying on your own.
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Re: PRINCETON REVIEW [#permalink] New post 11 May 2008, 18:24
Thanks Guys!! Thats what i thought but i think i will use it for foundation and do extra studying by myself so that i can get over 700+
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