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# Kaplan800

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22 Jun 2005, 04:20
I've just started studying for the gmat and I've read and heard about the
Kaplan800 book. Is it worth buying?

Other study materials which I've bought:

Kaplan 205
Princeton 2005
and the Official Guide.

I've already gone through the problems in Kaplan, there're not a lot of questions in there, but hopefully the OG is sufficient.

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22 Jun 2005, 07:22
Great material to build up your confidence

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23 Jun 2005, 10:34
I thin kaplan is better than PR, at least for me.

good luck

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23 Jun 2005, 11:58
Does anyone find that the Kaplan 800 book is a little bit off base in the CR section?
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23 Jun 2005, 16:04
day92 wrote:
Does anyone find that the Kaplan 800 book is a little bit off base in the CR section?

Kaplan has some questions that are really surprising in verbal...But their Math sections are good....that would be a good reference

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24 Jun 2005, 16:30
day92 wrote:
Does anyone find that the Kaplan 800 book is a little bit off base in the CR section?

If you can crack CR's from Kaplan 800, you shouldn't worry at all about real GMAT CR questions. By the way most of CR questions from Kaplan 800 are used in Kaplan preparation materials for LSAT. So you do the math.

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23 Jul 2005, 14:02
I like the challenges that Kaplan 800 gives. I have the OG, ARCO, GMAT for Dummies, and some verbal books (e.g. vocabulary builder) from Princeton Review. While the OG is "a bible" for problems, I have enjoyed learning from Kaplan 800.

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23 Jul 2005, 14:02
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