OG, maybe Kaplan and Princeton Review. That's about it.
Oh, I've seen TestMagic stuff copied on "Mciroedu," so you may want to save your money.
Could anyone let me know which amoung the listed preparation material is best.
Mciroedu, Crack-Gmat, testpreppract are the 3 which I am looking at. I have the Crack-Gmat and planning to get the OG as well. I had been postponing the GMAT for quite sometime, well quite long as I want to take it easy and give the best shot. Thanks for your help guys.
Exchange of material is also encouraged. :-)
(Living in China at the moment)
I just purchased the Manhattan GMAT CD. It has 8 adaptive exams...supposedly as tough if not tougher than the real deal. I'll let you know how it goes.
Also - look @ www.deltacourse.com. Great site for tough probability and combination questions.
Unfortunately, their guides are not downloadable documents (MS Word, PDF, etc.) They go page by page on the web, and there are a great number of pages.
Seriously - invest the small fee it costs to use the site. I had the same doubts as you, but feel that ti's well worth it - much better than most guides out there.
I have been trying to figure out where can I purchase the Manhattan GMAT CD-ROM from. I am from India, and we dont have any reseller for Manhattan GMAT Prep courses (I checked this out). So I will have to buy from the internet. Can you please advise me the site where I can purchase this CD.
One note about deltacourse.com: I have heard that their questions, specifically probability, permutations and combinations, are really good. I also get their daily GMAT question and solve most of them. But the site where you buy access to their site (clickbank), has a non-verifiable secure certificate.[!] I would not trust a certificate which cannot be verified for revocation, hence post-poned the purchase decision.
Thanks mate, looking forward to your reply.
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