I've been using the forums here for a while, but this is my first post.
I took the GMAT for the first time last month, got a 770 and am pretty happy about it.
I studied on my own, using the Official Guide, Kaplan Premier
and the CAT practice that came with both, and I'd say most of my success prob came from practicing the OG questions.
Now for my question: I had heard a lot of praise about the Manhattan GMAT
from many people.
During my studies, I checked their books out but decided not to buy them.
I found out that their books apparently only had basic summaries of the different types of questions, and some very basic practice.
Although it looked very comprehensive, since it covered all topics, it didn't seem to offer anything besides a review of the theoretical material.
I feel that I'm missing out on something so I hope people here who know more can shed some light on this.
*I'm interested because I want to start tutoring GMAT, and I'm researching study materials. Also pure curiosity.
*Since I didn't buy the books I didn't see any online practice either. Do they offer a lot in that aspect?