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Joined: 14 Jun 2003
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14 Jun 2003, 02:42
This is my first post here. I wanted to let you guys know that the Princeton Review online helped me out a lot. If you walk through every lesson and commit the concepts to memory, you can't fail. I ended up with a 47 verbal and 49 quant on my first try. It was a bit intimidating paying \$500 for an online course, but after paying that much I felt like I needed to study to justify the expense, which helped motivate me through many of the boring lessons. So it worked out, but best of all I got a score higher than Bogdan. I don't know if I could live with myself knowing that a Russian had outdone me.
--Ryan

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Joined: 04 Dec 2002
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Location: United States (WA)
GMAT 1: 750 Q49 V42

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14 Jun 2003, 12:39
Bubbaz00 wrote:
This is my first post here. I wanted to let you guys know that the Princeton Review online helped me out a lot. If you walk through every lesson and commit the concepts to memory, you can't fail. I ended up with a 47 verbal and 49 quant on my first try. It was a bit intimidating paying \$500 for an online course, but after paying that much I felt like I needed to study to justify the expense, which helped motivate me through many of the boring lessons. So it worked out, but best of all I got a score higher than Bogdan. I don't know if I could live with myself knowing that a Russian had outdone me.
--Ryan

Maybe you are just a genius; do you know any of your initial results?
Maybe you originally had 780 but PR got you down to 760?

Kidding but curious.

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14 Jun 2003, 16:21
When I first signed up for PR, I took a practice test with no prior practice. I only got a 560. So it did boost me 200 points, which is significant I think.

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16 Jun 2003, 07:29
Hey Bryan!

My congratulations to you!!!!

Did you use any books during the preparation??
Kaplan, Powerprep? Tell your impressions from the actual test!

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16 Jun 2003, 07:31
Uuupsss... of course Ryan!!!

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16 Jun 2003, 23:06
200 points on PR - that's impressive

You are the man!

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16 Jun 2003, 23:06
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