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Veritas / Princeton Review Takers [#permalink] New post 23 Jan 2008, 08:21
Hi,
I wanted to know how is Veritas and Princeton Review. Are these classes worth for what they are charging? Rs. 30,000 / $ 763 / GBP 391.

I got 550 in my first attempt and really want to touch 700+ and hence I am contemplating whether to join either of these?

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Hardik Vira
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Re: Veritas / Princeton Review Takers [#permalink] New post 23 Jan 2008, 20:12
I did PR's online course and it was absolutely worth it. The strategies will definitely help you raise your score significantly, if you put in the effort. I haven't used any of Veritas' materials so I can't comment on them.
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Re: Veritas / Princeton Review Takers [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2008, 08:26
I haven't taken the course but I have clean versions of their books from a friend and I think the verbal books are worthless but quant is very helpful. Veritas has a book dedicated to number properties and probability/combinations which are both my weakest subjects. As for the verbal, a lot of the answers are "wordy, unclear, of by POE it's C" so it's not very helpful. I'd suggest going with the MGMAT for verbal over Veritas.

And as far as courses. My buddy had a private tutor and he could help in math but really not in verbal because he went by ear. Guess it all depends on who you get as a teacher/tutor though. Veritas tutors are not trained by veritas, they are just given the books to teach from.
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