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15 Feb 2005, 07:11
Hi everyone!

Does anyone can explaine the difference between Kaplan Gmat 2005 Edition and Gmat 800 2004-2005 Edition?
I would appreciate if you tell me what do you think about them?
I have just started working on my Gmat and looking for a book to study...

Thanks a lot,guys and good luck!!!

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15 Feb 2005, 10:08
The Kaplan GMAT is a general book which has questions of all different levels and teaches you stuff from a conceptual stand point. To me the only useful part of the book wsa the CD.

The GMAT 800 is an advanced book with harder questions from all sections meant for people who already have a good conceptual grasp but want to practice more challenging questions.
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15 Feb 2005, 10:51
Thanks a lot. I was thinking bout Kaplan Verbal book too, is it good?

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15 Feb 2005, 15:20
I have the 2004-2005 edition and it is helping tremendously. I don't know the difference between the two, but if you can get your hands on the 2004-2005 it is helping me for sure. I find that it is very good.
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