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Stephen Wolfe--GMAT GURU [#permalink] New post 23 Aug 2010, 16:56
Has anybody heard of Stephen Wolfe? I've heard he is the GMAT guru, and that he gives prep courses in both Mexico and the US. Apparently he teaches all GMAT sections in 60 hours to a small group 4-6 people. Any feedback?
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Re: Stephen Wolfe--GMAT GURU [#permalink] New post 23 Aug 2010, 17:03
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Has anybody heard of Stephen Wolfe? I've heard he is the GMAT guru, and that he gives prep courses in both Mexico and the US. Apparently he teaches all GMAT sections in 60 hours to a small group 4-6 people. Any feedback?


Well there are GMAT gurus and gurus...But generally the names that come up often include (not exhaustive by any means...)

Ron Purewal - Manhattan GMAT
Stacey Koprince - Manhattan GMAT
Stuart Kovinsky - Kaplan
Ian Stewart - Independent
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Re: Stephen Wolfe--GMAT GURU [#permalink] New post 23 Aug 2010, 17:21
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I'm usually cautious when it comes to gurus, especially if they describe themselves as such.

Ian Stewart has a solid reputation. I would also classify Jeff Sackmann as a GMAT authority, especially in quant. But as for Stephen Wolfe, I don't recall any discussions about him. That doesn't mean he's a bad choice, of course, but keep investigating before making a decision.

Is anybody familiar with Ariel Goldberg? He's apparently a GMAT tutor in Argentina. One member praised his math problem compilation, but I don't think that there are anymore reviews of him.
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Re: Stephen Wolfe--GMAT GURU [#permalink] New post 24 Aug 2010, 00:54
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Be your own GURU. Just get 51 in quant and you'll be a GURU.
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Re: Stephen Wolfe--GMAT GURU [#permalink] New post 24 Aug 2010, 06:32
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Be your own GURU. Just get 51 in quant and you'll be a GURU.

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Re: Stephen Wolfe--GMAT GURU [#permalink] New post 24 Aug 2010, 08:12
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Be your own GURU. Just get 51 in quant and you'll be a GURU.


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then I can call myself as Quant Guru
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Re: Stephen Wolfe--GMAT GURU [#permalink] New post 24 Aug 2010, 10:56
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PranavChamp wrote:
Be your own GURU. Just get 51 in quant and you'll be a GURU.


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then I can call myself as Quant Guru


certainly smartmundu guru! ;-)
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Re: Stephen Wolfe--GMAT GURU [#permalink] New post 04 Feb 2011, 08:59
norav84 wrote:
Has anybody heard of Stephen Wolfe? I've heard he is the GMAT guru, and that he gives prep courses in both Mexico and the US. Apparently he teaches all GMAT sections in 60 hours to a small group 4-6 people. Any feedback?


I took his class... In Mexico,allegedly, is the best option ... Excellent in quant... not that much in Verbal
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