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New post 10 Jul 2007, 12:53
Hi Folks,
I bought test prep books back in 2005 with the intention of taking GMAT in 2005. However I did had to postpone the decision till now due to workload at my job. I am planning to take GMAT this year and want to know if the following books are good enough, or there are changes in more recent editions.

1) Princeton Review: Cracking the GMAT 2004
2) Kaplan 800: 2004-2005
3) Kaplan: GMAT 2006
4) Official Guide: 11the Edition (Think this is still the latest edition)
5) Nova’s: GMAT prep course 2006

I was thinking of getting a new Kaplan 800 edition and keep the others that I have. Appreciate your thoughts on the reading material.

Thanks in advance,
VJ

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New post 10 Jul 2007, 21:32
I just ordered the Princeton Review 2008 edition from Amazon, and I highly recommend it! It comes with a DVD with supp. materials, more practice questions, and four online practice tests! Because the GMAT is always changing, I think updated materials are key! Also, get the OG Verbal and Quant Reviews for more reference.
Unfortunately, I can't vouch for the Kaplan stuff and I don't know NOVA, but do a search on the reviews of those materials and you're sure to find good advice!
Good Luck!

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