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# Manhattan Gmat and Veritas Prep

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Hi Guys,

I have a question for you.. I'm starting my GMAT preparation and I have already bought the entire Manhattan Gmat Strategy Guides (10 books) plus 5 Supplements (included Advanced Quant book) and the entire Veritas Prep Curriculum (12 books). They say they are the best available in the market, but i don't know what i have to start with. The MGMAT is more content-based, Veritas more strategical (think like the test maker, learning by doing etc etc). Please, if you possess both, tell me your opinion. Thank you for help!!

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12 Jul 2014, 17:14
You really only need one or the other. Doing both will not result in a higher score automatically (most likely will depress you) - think of it this way - you need a chair. If you buy 2 that are the same, will it be more comfortable to sit if you had both?

These chairs/books are slightly different so you may find more comfortalbe than the other, but again, you wont be able to sit in both at the same time.
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Thanks for the immediate reply.. honestly, I thought the same way as you.. I just got both Veritas and MGMAT because I read all your comments and rates (for this purpose, they were really helpful because there are a lot of resources out there.. you really do a great work) about the two curricula and you said they are the best available in the market (except for the power score critical reasoning bible, really amazing), furthermore I read you bought both. Then, as you know both of them very well, what would you recommend for a high score? I would need 700+ for MIT SLOAN.. thank you for all (however, I have the feeling that sometimes there is a lack of content in Veritas prep curriculum; it is terrific from a strategical and managerial standpoint, I think better than MGMAT, but the latter features more "theory and content", and probably less strategy).. either case, I will follow your advice attentively, as you have been in the field so long.

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21 May 2015, 13:40
Hi All!!

I have a curious question directly from Manhattan GMAT Foundations of GMAT Math. It says "If integer a is not a multiple of 30, but ab is, what is the smallest possible value of integer b? The official answer is b=2, but is not b=0 the right answer? a could safely be 20, ab 0 and b = 0. 0 is an integer and multiple of all integers. Any suggestions? Thank you!!

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21 May 2015, 13:55
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Hi All!!

I have a curious question directly from Manhattan GMAT Foundations of GMAT Math. It says "If integer a is not a multiple of 30, but ab is, what is the smallest possible value of integer b? The official answer is b=2, but is not b=0 the right answer? a could safely be 20, ab 0 and b = 0. 0 is an integer and multiple of all integers. Any suggestions? Thank you!!

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