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# Kaplan or Princeton Review Prep Courses?

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18 Jun 2007, 15:59
Im preparing to study for the GMAT. I just want to know which Prep courses would help me out the Best. Alot of people is telling me Kaplan and others tell Me Princeton. Can someone let me know which is better and which would be more helpful to me in a classroom enviorment. Thanx

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20 Jun 2007, 14:53
Hi Sunnyd,
I have been trying to decide which one to take as well.
I might go for Kaplan, because for \$2500 they offer courses + 15hours of private tutoring.

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23 Jun 2007, 04:37
Kaplan is fine if you are targeting ~600 points. If you are aiming higher then shell out the cash and take a Manhattan course (if available). I was totally disappointed with my Kapalan experience and have heard similiar results regarding PR.

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19 Jul 2007, 12:15
Thanx So is Kaplan really helpful because I heard Manhattan Prep is Good also. It doesn't matter the price, i just want to assure that I'm getting the help i truly need.

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01 Aug 2007, 09:13
I went through Princeton Review's online course and it was great. Very helpful, and the materials are different than the ones you get at the bookstore. I would highly recommend them.

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06 Aug 2007, 13:21
Crazy Horse...I too am thinking of signing up for the PR Online course and am comparing it against Kaplan's course.
How were the lessons and more specifically how well did you feel that the lessons were tailored to your strengths/weaknesses after you took the initial Diag.

I took the GMAT a few wks ago but didnt do very well despite scoring in the mid 500's on my practice tests so I just want to get back up to that level.

Thanks.

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18 Aug 2007, 12:19
Yes, the PR lessons are totally tailored to your performance. They change as you go through the course, as you improve (and hopefully not get worse, LOL). So it's very personalized. I mean, you can use any of the tools any time, but having it customized is really helpful.

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