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# Kaplan vs Princeton

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Joined: 22 Apr 2003
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27 Apr 2003, 20:57
Recently, I begin preparing GMAT test by studying a series of Kaplan
and Princeton. But, I find the two series of workbooks have substantially
different in attacking approach of verbal questions.
However, I, non-native English, easily seem to digest for the Princeton's method. Yet, I watch some suggestion from this website by bb written. He think the kaplan's approach has more efficient than the princeton's approach.
In fact, I am confused how to select tackling way effectively for verbal secion.
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GMAT 1: 750 Q49 V42
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29 Apr 2003, 06:46
chihao wrote:
Recently, I begin preparing GMAT test by studying a series of Kaplan
and Princeton. But, I find the two series of workbooks have substantially
different in attacking approach of verbal questions.
However, I, non-native English, easily seem to digest for the Princeton's method. Yet, I watch some suggestion from this website by bb written. He think the kaplan's approach has more efficient than the princeton's approach.
In fact, I am confused how to select tackling way effectively for verbal secion.

Chichao,

I can pretty much only repeat myself about the Kaplan books - they are better than Princeton's.

I found Princeton Quite different in logic from the real thing, even more different than kaplan - which matters much more in Verbal (CR, SC, RC) than in Math.

Anybody else wants to speak up?
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29 Apr 2003, 08:16
bb wrote:
chihao wrote:
Recently, I begin preparing GMAT test by studying a series of Kaplan
and Princeton. But, I find the two series of workbooks have substantially
different in attacking approach of verbal questions.
However, I, non-native English, easily seem to digest for the Princeton's method. Yet, I watch some suggestion from this website by bb written. He think the kaplan's approach has more efficient than the princeton's approach.
In fact, I am confused how to select tackling way effectively for verbal secion.

Chichao,

I can pretty much only repeat myself about the Kaplan books - they are better than Princeton's.

I found Princeton Quite different in logic from the real thing, even more different than kaplan - which matters much more in Verbal (CR, SC, RC) than in Math.

Anybody else wants to speak up?

Thank you, bb.
Your comment is very useful for me.
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# Kaplan vs Princeton

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