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Hello, so about a year or so ago I took the GMAT and scored 450. I did study by myself but didn't study correctly. I couldn't answer the math problems in 2 minutes so left many questions blank.

I have two electrical engineering degrees (BSEE and MSEE) so I have taken hard tests in the past.

I am at a loss to pick either Veritas or Kaplan in person. I am old school so like in person teaching. Both are offered close to me. I am leaning towards Kaplan.

Any thoughts on which I should take? I would like to score into the 600's at least and maybe high 600's.

Thoughts?

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by [email protected] » Mon Nov 30, 2015 6:45 am
Seth wrote:Hello, so about a year or so ago I took the GMAT and scored 450. I did study by myself but didn't study correctly. I couldn't answer the math problems in 2 minutes so left many questions blank.

I have two electrical engineering degrees (BSEE and MSEE) so I have taken hard tests in the past.

I am at a loss to pick either Veritas or Kaplan in person. I am old school so like in person teaching. Both are offered close to me. I am leaning towards Kaplan.

Any thoughts on which I should take? I would like to score into the 600's at least and maybe high 600's.

Thoughts?
I'm not unbiased here, but here's my advice: most companies will let you sit in on a trial class before asking you to make a commitment. Do that for both classes you're considering. See which one resonates for you. Then make an informed choice.
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