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Joined: 15 Jun 2006
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New post 27 Jun 2006, 11:58
Lots of people have said that Manhatten GMAT is not as good as myabe Veritas or Manhatten Review.....There class sizes are smaller so thats a good thing......Can anyone compare veritas and Manhatten Review and tell me form there own experience how good these two really are and if they off more and are better than Manhatten GMAT.

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New post 27 Jun 2006, 13:19
Sorry, this is probably not what you are looking for, but I do hope it will help.
You will also find it reasonable that unless someone took both Veritas and MGMAT, you wont find too many good responses. The more reasonable thing to do maybe is to attend 2 class sessions of both Test Prep companies and see what works best for you. The companies will let you do that if you ask nicely. Coaching should help you with fundamentals. If they focus TOO much on tricks and tips, I dont think thats the right place if you are interested in a 700 or more. Even if you take classroom or online coaching, the bulk of the work has to come from you.

The due diligence part is important, but its more important to truly understand how a test prep company should help you. Otherwise, you will find yourself unsatisfied.

While you are looking at MGMAT and Veritas, you may want to consider GMAX Online also. Just an option.

I am again sorry if this is not what you are looking for.
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New post 27 Jul 2006, 20:51
In terms of the two courses, I've only taken Manhattan Review. My feedback is that they're great. I started off with a 620-650 score and ended up with 740 on the real thing. The best thing about them is that they are able to tailor to your needs, which I think is important.

But different courses work different for people. I'd suggest that you speak with some people at the different companies, and see what they emphasize. If you need a certain aspect improve: like quant or verb, or if you have a busy schedule, or if you have a specific school or something,see if they have anything that can help you with that. I did a little bit of research before my course. It was recommended to me by a high school friend and from what she told me, they sounded great. I spoke with one of their reps and their courses sounded like it would really help and fit me.

Anyway, I can tell that you've posted a lot of questions about the courses. I'd say find the ones with the least bad responses, contact them, and see which one fits you best.

Good luck buddy.
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