i'm going to start studying for the GMAT classes, and wanted to know if Kaplan or Princeton Review is better to take classes with?
When I started preparing for the GMAT, Princeton and Kaplan were the first two that came to mind for me too. I did some research online though, and found mixed reviews. I went with Powerscore on the recommendation of a friend, and found it extremely helpful. The instructor was great, and the approaches we used were understandable and effective. By the time I took the test, I felt comfortable with the material and very confident. For what it's worth, I ended up scoring a 770.
Princeton review is cheaper and better preparation
Kaplan has a Higher Score Guarantee. After completing their course, if you don't feel confident enough that your skills have improved, you can continue to train with them at no additional charge...if that doesn't help, then you get your money back.
(Description of Higher Score Guarantee here: http://www.kaptest.com/hsg/index.jhtml)...
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