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# manhattan GMAT

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Joined: 30 Apr 2004
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30 Apr 2004, 17:46
Has any one heard of Manhattan prep course and how does it compare to the big players? Any input will be valuable.
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GMAT 1: 750 Q49 V42
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30 Apr 2004, 17:52
nickdawg wrote:
Has any one heard of Manhattan prep course and how does it compare to the big players? Any input will be valuable.

There is a lot of posts on Manhattan GMAT on the forum, but many of them sort of useless, here is one more or less helpful; also maybe somebody who used the services can comment....

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... =manhattan
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30 Apr 2004, 18:04
I'm not sure about the MGMAT's utility as a course but what I can tell you is if you want to break a leg in quant, they are the ones to pick. Just to look at their quant problems of the week gives you an idea of how daunting their math problems can be. Akhamai is an old member of this site and a MGMAT instructor himself. Maybe he can elaborate on the course.
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30 Apr 2004, 18:06
Search for Akamai'Brah 's post where he compares kaplan , veritas and manhattan.
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30 Apr 2004, 18:14
If Princeton Review has classes near you, I would look at them too. The course materials are excellent, and the instructors are very good, especially about helping you outside of class if you need it. They've made the course more intense recently, probably because some people thought it was for low scorers, so it's definitely worth a look.
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30 Apr 2004, 18:33
thanks everybody, I appreciate the feedback
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21 May 2004, 19:23
Nickdawg, what did you end up doing? Did you go to Manhattan GMAT?
21 May 2004, 19:23
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# manhattan GMAT

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