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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

GMAT Course Reviews - Coming Soon...

Whew! The Veritas GMAT Essentials course has left me frazlled and facing a backlog of work (& sleep). More about it in another post.

The GMAT course reviews that I will be posting in the next 2-3 weeks include the following:
  • BTG Practice Questions
  • Veritas GMAT Essentials
  • Kaplan GMAT Advanced

Once I am done with the individual reviews of the various courses, I will post a comprehensive comparison.

I've been received a bunch of emails with requests, and feedback, and am trying my best to respond to each in good time. I love some of the stuff I've been getting. Keep 'em coming.

I will be spicing things up on the blog with the following entries:
  • Q&As with Industry Experts
  • Guest Posts
  • 'Day In the Life Of' Series
Of course, these will appear gradually, and hopefully some will become a permanent fixture on the blog.

Over & Out!

On the next episode of Gunning For MBA: Review of Beat the GMAT Practice Questions

3 comments:

  1. Nice blog! I like your writing way. I'm doing practice GMAT here: gmatonlinetest.com . I hope it's useful for GMAT test takers.

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  2. Be careful of this person who posts under the username "Lee" or "pro" and try to advertise gmatonlinetest.com. They have done it on my blog as well. Anyway hoping to read your review about the Veritas Essentials Online course

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