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04 Jan 2005, 07:19
Hello! I'm trying to determine what course I should choose to help me prepare for the GMAT. I am currently scoring in the 500 range level, but would like to see an improvement of about 650. I am debating on either Veritas or MGMAT. Does anyone know which one out of the two will help me achieve this type of score?

In essence, which is better? Manhattan GMAT or Veritas??

Thanks!

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04 Jan 2005, 08:24
I have heard good things about MGMAT, but havent taken the course.

If i may, here is an alternative.

I have reviewed one of the newer courses on the market, GMAX Online. I have included some sample videos of the online course. Read the review here:
http://www.gmatclub.com/content/reviews/gmax/index.php

Hope it helps
Praetorian

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