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3/16/09 9:42 AM
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Yama-Arashi
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Since the exam is administered electronically, it doesn't really make sense to practice on a book. Is there any online or application based GMAT program worth its salt out there?

I've already got all the manhattan GMAT prep course materials and have done the material.

Thanks.
6/26/09 12:50 AM
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HOLLYWOOD-MO
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The majority of courses use online CAT's. Kaplan, Manhattan, etc... all use online tests that adapt to your ability (if you answer the questions correctly). I took the Kaplan classes and although they help, I don't think the questions accurately reflect the real GMAT. The Kaplan questions are much easier.
7/3/09 11:07 AM
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VectorWega
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 I practiced from books and got a 720.  That being said, I should have done more online tests (only did the official practice exams).

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