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06 Feb 2005, 06:40
Hi there guys,
I'm almost halfway thru your great book, would highly recommend it to anyone before submitting any questions here since most of the answers are already in the book. Well done guys !

Anyways, I see that you are recommending Veritas as a excellent prep for poor standarized test takers. I was wondering if there are any other veritas-like companies that are available online, as not everybody would be able to go to the US or Europe to attend the 1-week crash course.

I appreciate your input.

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Ahmed

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06 Feb 2005, 11:20
Thanks for the complement.

Check out Manhattan GMAT -- http://www.manhattangmat.com

They have some online / additional tutoring services.
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06 Feb 2005, 23:24
Thank you for the prompt response. How would you compare them with Veritas? in terms of quality. Are they worth the money?!

Thanks Again ..

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07 Feb 2005, 19:41
Veritas and Manhattan have great respect for each other in terms of their quality. Honestly, I'm less familiar with what Manhattan has to offer, as they are smaller, but given the fact that the founders of Veritas respect what they're doing says a lot. Additionally, I've heard good feedback from their students.

Your second question is more of an individual nature. It sounds like you want to take an online course. To be honest I think these are of less value than in-class sessions, so I would spend some time with The Tenth Edition for GMAT Review and other less expensive resources to see how you perform before splurging on an online course.
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08 Feb 2005, 00:10
Thank you for your kind help ..

Regards, Ahmed :)

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