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04 Sep 2004, 14:41
I have exams from Kaplan, PrincetonReview, Arco, 800score.com, Ace the GMAT, and PP.

Does anyone have a suggestion of which are the best from the above list.

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04 Sep 2004, 22:20
From my personal experience

use kaplan for quant cause u got to remember that the more tough Qs u get right on the test the higher ur score....the kaplan quant prep chapters offer a comprehensive list of topics that appear on the test.

use princeton for verbal. memorize all the idioms as it helps u to get most of the SCs right

Nothing comes close to the kind of verbal Qs u get on the actual test than the OG, u got to get OG for a good verbal workout.....cause kaplan verbal is a waste of time , its way too difficult. Even the most difficult verbal Q on the actual test is easier than whats on kaplan

hope this helps....search the forum similar threads , u would find lots of useful info

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