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#1 GMAT
07/04/2008 15:16

test taker

I am considering an MBA hopefully in one of the top UK schools. I have started preparing for 'the pain in d .....' Gmat . Since every pain has an antidote, I am considering using Kaplan Gmat preparation course. And I was wandering..., is it a worthwhile investment of time and money? is it true that higher scores are guaranteed? has anyone here been true the kaplan course?

Please I need concrete advise on this post. Thanks in advance.

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#2 RE: GMAT
10/04/2008 22:13

Valentina to test taker (#1)

Hi,

I took the Kaplan course (classroom, two months) and I think it was worth the investment. It definitely provides you with tips and strategies for the GMAT. But, if you need a review of basic maths, I would suggest taking a separate course as a general refresher. Thus, if you are good at maths, then you don't need a math review (obviously!), you can just take the Kaplan course to get good tips. I think they also have a weekend crash course if you really don't want to spend a lot of money (it is expensive!). Hope this helps.

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