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# Attending a Classroom course

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Status: Seeking new horizons...
Joined: 03 Sep 2010
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Kudos [?]: 27 [0], given: 29

Location: Taiwan
Concentration: Strategy, Technology

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27 Apr 2011, 02:35
Hi!

I am in a grave dilemma weather or not to join a classroom course while preparing for GMAT.

I don't want to sound as a procrastinator. I have started preparation for verbal (basics, grammar and sentence formation etc) from last month. I am trying hard to devote at least two hours everyday towards studies, but after office, it becomes a bit difficult to concentrate while studying.

I see the benefit of attending a classroom course is that I will have dedicated hours towards preparation. I am a bit skeptical about the ROI on attending the classes. I live in Taipei, Taiwan. I have found out that Princeton Review provides a classroom course in Taipei. There are other preparation centers too, but their websites are mostly in Mandarin (I might directly go to their given addresses to inquire).

People, please help me out to clear my mind and take a decision. I am planning to appear in September/October 2011.

Thanks,
Nilay
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Location: United States
GMAT 1: 760 Q50 V42
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27 Apr 2011, 06:04
It all depends on your discipline dude. If you can't set aside the time on a regular basis to study or if you find yourself saying "maybe I will take today off" once to often, then a structured classroom environment may be your solution. You should know how you learn best, and you should know if you have good study habits by now.

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