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Hi, I have been studying for the GMATs since March and have already rescheduled the test to Sept (from Aug). At this point, I know I am nowhere near the level I want to be from doing the various diagnostic/practice tests - which I have scored pretty poorly to say the least. I do not want to take the test unless I know I can do better on these practice tests. It is quite frustrating since I am putting in long hours at work and then putting in even longer hours to study. It feels that I am missing something and I am not sure what. I have exhausted all of the recommended sources including PR, Kaplan (Premier, Verbal, Math, 800), OG 11th edition, and sources found here: 1000 SC, RC, etc. and frequent the forums too. Now as a last straw, I want to enroll in an online course (given the limited time I have) and need any recommendations. Just from stories I've heard I want to avoid Kaplan and Veritas. I've looked into MGMAT and GMAX. What do you guys think about these? I hear more about MGMAT but not much about GMAX. Please advise!!! Thanks in advance.

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If you have exhausted all the resources you mentioned, I honestly dont think you'll learn anything more from these online courses.

You could just go back and review all ur errors.

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i haven't seen a comparison of these two courses, but both seems quality courses.
i think you need to talk to course providers and find out more about syllabus & teaching methods.

On the other hand, if you buy all MGMAT books, with an access to MGMAT CATs, you can make good saving.

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