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18 Sep 2003, 00:24
Hi there!

I have found a firm in my city that gives GMAT courses. I suppose, that it is this is the first time this firm teaches GMAT and I have doubts about its competence.

How can I ensure that firm's tutors are OK? What should I ask them?

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18 Sep 2003, 12:04
I would definitely ask if you can sit in a class so you can check out how compotent the instructors are. I've been thinking about doing Kaplan here in the states but I dislike the rigidity of the lectures. From what I understand, the instructors are not allowed to deviate from the course outline in any way. This alone keeps me from joining the class.

You should also try to find out what study material they use to teach the class.

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18 Sep 2003, 23:55
Thanks! I think I should also ast them whether they took GMAT and what the scores are

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