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About Princeton vs Kaplan on-line course

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New post 04 Aug 2003, 03:31
Dear all,
Now, I want to buy on-line course to prepare my GMAT.
But, I don't know which courses is better than another.
Have you purchased such course that you have confortable to prepare GMAT? I want to hear that your comment ?
Thank you a lot.

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Have you tried their online demos? That will probably give you a good idea of which one makes sense for you. I did the demo for PR's online course and it was pretty cool. If you register on the site you can do the demo.
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GrahamCracker wrote:
Have you tried their online demos? That will probably give you a good idea of which one makes sense for you. I did the demo for PR's online course and it was pretty cool. If you register on the site you can do the demo.


Hi GrahamCracker
Thank your response.
In fact, I don't try any on-line course. Only visiting free on-line tools, such as Princeton and Kaplan, is to practice GMAT questions.
As for demos you mean, I don't know what it is.
How do you think about Princeton's on-line course?
I wonder to hear your comment.
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New post 05 Aug 2003, 18:52
chihao wrote:
GrahamCracker wrote:
Have you tried their online demos? That will probably give you a good idea of which one makes sense for you. I did the demo for PR's online course and it was pretty cool. If you register on the site you can do the demo.


Hi GrahamCracker
Thank your response.
In fact, I don't try any on-line course. Only visiting free on-line tools, such as Princeton and Kaplan, is to practice GMAT questions.
As for demos you mean, I don't know what it is.
How do you think about Princeton's on-line course?
I wonder to hear your comment.



Here is some feedback on the PR's course.

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=1217

But definitely try the demo's.
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