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Confuse about which course to choose?

Post Fri Apr 19, 2013 2:11 am
Hi,

I need your valuable suggestions regarding selection of preparatory course for gmat.

I have given my first attempt recently and scored 440 ( Q44, V11). I am from india and my verbal part is weak but in exam it was below my expectation. Now i have planned to give it again and want to score around 700 anyhow.

I am planning to take coaching this time,so i am confused between online program (Manhattan/veritas/kaplan) or classroom program( Kaplan/ veritas), which one would help me in improving my gmat score upto my expectation specially verbal?

Please let me know in which direction i should i move to reach my desired goal.


Thanks

Arpit

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Post Mon May 13, 2013 5:47 pm
Arpit- While on-line is a nice convenience for many people, given the verbal need I believe an in-class program will benefit you. You also need to map out a strategy for how you will study, breaking down the test into manageable pieces that you can master one at a time. This is a critical test to do well on, so give yourself the time needed to reach your goals.

Best of luck-

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