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GMAT Advanced Course by Kaplan (for 700+ wannbes)

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New post 08 Jan 2007, 21:42
Friends,

Has anyone tried GMAT Advanced Classroom Course by Kaplan? In addition, does anyone know what Target 800 workshop is, and how helpful it is?

The description from Kaplan website is this:
"The GMAT Advanced Classroom course is for students already scoring 650 and above who are targeting scores in the 700s. All enrollees will be contacted by the Kaplan Center to provide an existing GMAT score or to take a Kaplan practice test to qualify. This class is only available in select markets."

I know that lot of people in this forum are not satisfied with Kaplan's classroom courses. The main complaint is that the course does not give much for the students who aspire to score above 700. Instead, it just caters to 600-650 range aspirants.

It seems that finally Kaplan realizes the need of 700+ wannabes and come with this course structure.

If you have tried already, would you recommend this to others? Share your thoughts.

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Unless they've started using the Official Guide as part of the course, and are using different books than what you can buy in any bookstore, then it still wouldn't be worth it. I would look at Princeton Review instead. It's a much better course.

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I second LastChance. Although I've not attended any classroom course, I found PR much better than Kaplan. It explains strategies better.
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