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To improve Verbal (SC) Manhattan vs. Knewton ?

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Hi after taking the GMAT I realize that most importantly I need to improve my verbal in order to reach my desired score. (Got V32)
My main problem is SC, the other areas I can more easily improve simply by practicing.

I considering taking either Manhattan or Knewton online course to help me to nail GMAT!

The downside on taking the manhattan coures is that I have already gone through all of their stuff. (good stuff)

Can anyone comment please!

and one more thing.. regarding Knewton, is the Premium Live worth the Extra money ?

thanks

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We actually see a few folks pairing the MGMAT books with a Knewton course.
I have not taken either, so I can't vouch for one or the other but one thought that comes to mind, Knewton does give a 50 point money back guarantee.

P.S. If you end up picking Knewton, you can start with the On-Demand course and then if you feel that you need more in-class interaction, you can upgrade to the full class (just email them).
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