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I have been thinking of taking gmat prep classes princeton review or kaplan. Does anyone wants to share their advise on how good they are, or is it better to study on my own .

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New post 23 Mar 2007, 08:48
i think a lot of it also depends on u'r personal motivation

some ppl get 700+ on their own while others need the structure of classes to get them going

so determine what strategy works for you before deciding on one or the other

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New post 27 Mar 2007, 13:46
If you're good at studying on your own, I'd say do it. Classes are expensive and if you have that discipline, your'e better off saving your money. If you do feel you need a class to help keep you motivated, then read up on the forums here. There's a lot of different classes, and they worked well for some but not for others. I took Manhattan Review's weekend crash course, and I ended up getting a 750. But I'm sure different peopl had different experiences. Figure out where you are first, and then you'll figure out what you need. GOod luck studying!

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