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If you are looking for a GMAT Course - this is the place to get a quick overview and ask your questions. There 3 main course types: Classroom (most expensive); Live Online (a good balance of cost and face time); and On Demand (recorded) that offer the best value. If you are looking for a course, Here are a few related resources for you:
    1. How to choose the best course for me?
    2. Online GMAT Course study plan
    3. Compare prices on all courses
    4. GMAT Course reviews



Live Online Courses



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e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
If English is your second language - this course is designed for you. It is verbal only and is available in Live or On Demand format
Reviews: 97 | Average Rating: 96% | Average Score Improvement: 80 points
Price: $329 after GMAT Club Discount + Free Access to GMAT Club Tests ($250 value)

Strengths:
1. Strongest Verbal-focused product on the market
2. Large question bank of practice questions: 4,000+
3. 36 hours of live instruction and includes 4 verbal workshops
4. Score guarantee. (Please read the terms and conditions carefully)
5. Access to third party tests (7 CAT's) and Includes GMAT Club Tests for 6 months ($250 value) when you sign up through GMAT Club

Weaknesses:
1. No Quant coverage (separate course has to be purchased)
2. Probably not an ideal choice for native speakers


Hybrid Courses (On Demand + Tutor)



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The Economist GMAT Tutor
The Economist mixes adaptive technology with elements of private tutoring (one-on-one sessions) to create a powerful course
Reviews: 133 | Average Rating: 90% | Average Score Improvement: 80 points
Price: $550 - $850 after GMAT Club Discount + Free Access to GMAT Club Tests ($250 value)

Strengths:
1. 7-day trial is available for a test-drive
2. You get plenty of questions and CATs
3. Love the 1-to-1 sessions and ask a tutor support
4. You get 3 - 6 CAT's with the course as well as AWA support
5. Includes GMAT Club Tests for 6 months ($250 value) when you sign up through GMAT Club

Weaknesses:
1. Slightly more expensive than other on demand products but you do get Tutor support for that



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Jamboree GMAT Online Course
Jamboree, India's test prep leader, offers a course that combines 3 strengths: 1) On demand lessons 2) One-on-one sessions and 3) Official licensed questions
Reviews: [url=http://gmatclub.com/reviews/jamboree-345345657]
Price: $276 after GMAT Club Discount + Free Access to GMAT Club Tests ($250 value)

Strengths:
1. Free trial is available for a test-drive
2. 404 Official questions (you get the QP1 as a part of the offer) - a $29 value
3. Great value from the 1-on-1 sessions
4. You get 2 additional GMAT Prep Tests (EP1) - a $49 value
5. Includes GMAT Club Tests for 6 months ($250 value) when you sign up through GMAT Club

Weaknesses:
1. Few reviews as it is a new course on GMAT Club



On Demand Courses (Great Value)




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Magoosh Premium
One of the most competitively priced courses with one of the best ROI
Reviews: 69 | Average Rating: 94% | Average Score Improvement: 80 points
Price: $99 after GMAT Club Discount

Strengths:
1. Fantastic Price for 250+ video lessons
2. Every question comes with a video explanation
3. 1-year access (one of the longest terms) and 7-day free trial
4. Score guarantee (please read the terms and conditions carefully)

Weaknesses:
1. Only 2 CAT's; you will need more




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EMPOWERgmat
Great value and deal on a course - you only have to pay $85 to get started and get full access to the course
Reviews: 8 | Average Rating: 100% | Average Score Improvement: 80 points
Price: $85 for the first month after GMAT Club Discount

Strengths:
1. Fantastic Price for the course
2. Every question comes with a video explanation and database of OG video explanations
3. 3-day Full course trial available
4. Includes 5 CAT tests and over 1,000 practice qeustions
5. GMAT Score booster with guarantee (conditions apply)

Weaknesses:
Subscription price model does not work well if you stretch your prep





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Optimus Prep GMAT On Demand
Adaptive On Demand Course with 5,500 questions and 4 CAT's
Reviews: 27 | Average Rating: 100% | Average Score Improvement: 103 points
Price: $299 after GMAT Club Discount

Strengths:
1. Large selection of questions (5,500)
2. Adaptive course structure that emphasizes weak poionts
3. Video and also text notes/PDFs that can be printed out
4. Very comprehensive and has good tips for each section
5. Includes GMAT Club Tests for 6 months ($250 value) when you sign up through GMAT Club

Weaknesses:
1. The text in the GUI for the Tests/CATs is not very easy to read (you can use zoom feature in the browser)





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GMAT Pill Combo Course
GMAT Pill offers a unique course tailored towards busy professionals whether in the US or International
Reviews: 76 | Average Rating: 98% | Average Score Improvement: 90 points
Price: $397 after GMAT Club Discount + Free Access to GMAT Club Tests ($250 value)

Strengths:
1. Shorter course than most with focus on the big items and maximizing your ROI in terms of time
2. Strong mobile app
3. Individual SC, RC and CR pills with tons of video and interactive content
4. Score guarantee (please read the terms and conditions carefully)
5. Includes GMAT Club Tests for 6 months ($250 value) when you sign up through GMAT Club

Weaknesses:
1. Some of the questions seem to resemble OG too closely



Classroom Courses - The Best Score Improvement



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Veritas Prep Full Course
Veritas Prep has redesigned their program and product mix to resonate with the test takers. Also available in Live Online and On Demand formats.
Reviews: 187 | Average Rating: 98% | Average Score Improvement: 100 points
Price: $1,550 after $100 Discount + Free Access to GMAT Club Tests ($250 value)

Strengths:
1. All courses include the self-study On Demand program, plus 14 hours/week of live instructor staffed office hours
2. Comes with 12 CAT's
3. The highest rated instructor on GMAT Club is Ravi Sreerama, an instructor with 72 reviews
4. Score Guarantee: re-take the course (please read terms and conditions carefully)
5. Great new program that was recently redesigned and updated (and it works)
6. Includes GMAT Club Tests for 6 months ($250 value) when you sign up through GMAT Club

Weaknesses:
Not as good of integration of OG into the course



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Manhattan Prep Complete Course
Since 2006, MGMAT has been the gold standard of GMAT Courses. This course is also available in Live Online and On Demand formats.
Reviews: 142 | Average Rating: 98% | Average Score Improvement: 100 points
Price: $1,525 after $75 Discount + Free Access to GMAT Club Tests ($250 value)

Strengths:
1. Proven to work for thousands of test takers; the most popular course out there
2. Relies on OG questions for a lot of practice assignments
3. Comes with all the MGMAT goodies (question banks, tests and OG books)
4. Comes with 6 CAT's but you can get those after you buy one of their guides
5. Online error log

Weaknesses:
1. No score guarantee program (which almost all providers offer it). Learn more about Score Guarantee
2. Uses the same popular books for the course so it may be tricky if you have done self-study first with MGMAT Guides



Free Courses


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GMAT Prep Now - Free Course

Strengths:
GMAT Prep Now - has made their course free as of Aug 2015
35 Hours of instructions and 500 videos
URL: http://www.gmatprepnow.com/

Weaknesses:
No CAT's

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If anyone is looking to sign up for Veritas Prep and wants $100 referral credit, please send me a message and I will send you a referral email. I took the Veritas On-Demand course (which for me was $850) and loved it. Highly recommend Veritas to everyone, but specifically the On-Demand course for people who are independent learners and get frustrated w/ in person training courses being side tracked by one or two people asking 8th grade level questions :-D
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Is appalled by all the marketing gimmicks of all the above coaching centers to dupe vulnerable students . Will give a frank opinion from a students perspective, who has taken both the services e-gmat and crackverbal .

E-gmat ...completely useless if u are looking to improve verbal . After u pay the fees u get access to some random videos uploaded, each explaining some basic concepts . The thing is these concepts are pretty basic and can be found online in Manhattan's Thursdays with Ron series (they are pretty amazing and honest do check them .) for free !! . They have very minimal questions to practice from.... a very big disadvantage , since without practice no point in cramming in concepts .
Although after going through their explanations given for various questions on gmatclub I was impressed by them but thats it ..... dnt expect much from their paid services .Pluss they dont have any tests of their own , then no way to test urself .


Crack verbal ..... Ohh boy !! where do i begin .... i have attended their classes ....complete trickery or rather sophistry is the right word i believe.
During the free intro classes they discuss very complex examples which make u believe that ur sooper dumb and then once when u enroll u realise that they dont have much to offer , probably the introductory class was the best class in the entire course . THeir claims of sending people to LBS, Stanford and others Ivys are of people who already had a stellar profile and just needed a touch up on their essays . Dont be fooled by the fancy website . their material is very basic and not much informative . No test series of their own again ! ...... the thing is they claim to teach u shortcuts fr RCs and CRs . The ugly truth is there are no shortcuts . U cant game the exam , no matter what they say . U have to improve ur English !! ...period . which takes time .

So what should one do !! ....... practice practice and practice by urself from as many books as u can.Buy Kaplan Manhattan and different books see the questions and learn from them . Because take it from me in writing there are no tricks or shortcuts for verbal . U have to read dense material and improve ur English and simultaneously practise. Watch Manhattans Thursdays with Rons they are a pot of gold ! when it comes to building concepts....

Do lsat verbal questions for more practice . Atleast RC and CR can be covered . Pluss LSAT has pretty decent questions . Read Opinion pages of nytimes , guardian et al . Daily practise quant fro 1-2 hr and verbal for 1 hr . Use the gmat prep tests very wisely . They are the closest u will get to giving the real gmat exam . Manhattan's 6 gmat test are also good but wayy tougher than the real exam . Do give them . Also search for solutions for each and every OG question in google . ROns explanation on their blog r pretty accurate .
The gmat exam also is evolving the old tricks which these coaching centers purport to teach no longer apply . Take it from a guy who gave gmat twice .

WHO AM i to give this advice?? --- a guy who gave GMAT twice -- 1st attempt - 700
2nd attempt - 720

Got in two Colleges with 50% fellowship . DOnt believe me go ahead waste 20k or more on these coaching guys . ALL the Best bro !! :)
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You can look into Optimus Prep - they are based in Germany and offer a number of tutoring options (and possibly classes). Their offer is slightly different in Germany vs. what is available through GMAT Club, so you can try and see about their offer - they offer a free consultation.

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Many Thanks! I just signed up for the course and got you $100 referral discount. Couldn't believe it actually worked! If anyone needs the same $100 referral for Veritas Prep, just let me know I'm happy to help!
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With GMAT Pill only offering 1 full CAT why is still rated so highly. Also, is it fair to say that Optimus prep goes more in depth than GMAT Pill?
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Hi bb,

I request for some assistance. I was considering an online (on demand video - no tutor required) course for gmat prep. I could narrow down to optimus, gmat-pill, magoosh and the economist gmat tutor.

Can you please assist in narrowing down to 1 of the above. Since I work in an investment bank, I rarely get time to study at home. I will need to utilize my travel and break time for preparing. Will be using an android tab for the same. Time-horizon is around 4-5 months. Aim is 750+.

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Magoosh: Somehow seems too cheap, but gives 2 CATs. Is this missing something that the others are offering?
GMAT-Pill: Only 1 CAT is an issue when compared with the other offers
Economist: Yes, very expensive. But is it offering something (features, content, etc.) much greater than the others?
Optimus: Seems the best in terms of pricing considering the number of questions and CATs, but very less reviews to read. Seems very few people have taken this course. Is this course missing some aspects apart from the GUI you mention?


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bb, just got to know that GMAT PREP NOW is offering the complete video course for free. Thought, it will be a good addition to the list of available courses/resources. More info: http://www.gmatprepnow.com



Thank you - free is always good. Anyone has any feedback/impression about the course? Does it come with any CAT's?


I have not used it but the person behind it Brent Henneson is very active on BTG.

The website does provide a summary of resources available (per recommendation of Brent) : http://www.gmatprepnow.com/content/whos ... mendations

Based on this, I dont think the CATs are available and that only the videos are free.
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bb, just got to know that GMAT PREP NOW is offering the complete video course for free. Thought, it will be a good addition to the list of available courses/resources. More info: http://www.gmatprepnow.com



Thank you - free is always good. Anyone has any feedback/impression about the course? Does it come with any CAT's?


Hi bb,

I have seen many videos of on this website and would mention that most of the videos are similar to the videos of e-GMAT and are pretty good

Some of my critical observation are as follows:

1) All the Videos which were partially free sometime ago are now FREE to all
2) The videos have average length of 3-4 Mins and solve about one question or one concepts in every Video
3) One topic has been divided in to many videos which makes it cumbersome if someone has to study all concepts as the videos need to be clicked again and again
4) Videos have more Focus on Quant and less focus on Verbal
5) They don't provide any FREE CAT as of now and Brent is one of the most active user on BTG Quant Forum
6) A good initiative of them is a FREE 60-Day Study Guide in which one gets a mail from them everyday as to hat to study

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What do you think about Manhattan Elite Prep courses? I am going to take an intensive course in Dresden Germany in November.
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What do you think about Manhattan Elite Prep courses? I am going to take an intensive course in Dresden Germany in November.


I don't know much about them besides that it is an off-shot from the original Manhattan Review - one of their execs left and started this company. I have hard absolutely nothing good or bad about their instruction or materials they use. Would be curious to hear your thoughts and feedback.
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What do you think about Manhattan Elite Prep courses? I am going to take an intensive course in Dresden Germany in November.


I don't know much about them besides that it is an off-shot from the original Manhattan Review - one of their execs left and started this company. I have hard absolutely nothing good or bad about their instruction or materials they use. Would be curious to hear your thoughts and feedback.


BB, thank you for your comments. If I happen to take the course I will definitely share my experience with you then. Do you know any good GMAT prep course in Dresden Germany. I am going to be there between October 10 and December 6. I'd like to improve my skills somehow. Yesterday I tried to take a practice exam for the first time and could only get 510, Quant 42, Verbal 19. I may be taking the exam in the end of November or in the beginning of December in Germany. My aim is to get 680 at least. Do you think it is real at all?
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If anyone is looking to sign up for Veritas Prep and wants $100 referral credit, please send me a message and I will send you a referral email.

I took the Veritas On-Demand course (which for me was $850) and loved it. Highly recommend Veritas to everyone, but specifically the On-Demand course for people who are independent learners and get frustrated w/ in person training courses being side tracked by one or two people asking 8th grade level questions :-D
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With GMAT Pill only offering 1 full CAT why is still rated so highly. Also, is it fair to say that Optimus prep goes more in depth than GMAT Pill?


I don't know why GMAT Pill is offering only 1 CAT... I can't say.
As to the Optimus Prep - yes, the class is quite exhaustive and you can easily spend 2-3 months just with that. The course comes with only 4 CAT's however. The Other 4 or so CAT's come from a third party (you get a promo code for free access)....
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Hi, guys!

Can you advise me online verbal course for international students?

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I think eGMAT would fit the bill best.... http://gmatclub.com/blog/courses/e-gmat ... tion-code/
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Thank you for your reply!

I'm looking for an online GMAT course.

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I'm looking for an online GMAT course for both Verbal and Quant - Is E-GMAT better or Crack Verbal? Have read a lot of reviews on both but struggling to decide! Also wanted to know if the video content of E-GMAT's (Verbal Online) course is downloadable?
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Re: Best GMAT Courses [#permalink] New post 31 Jan 2015, 13:10
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Hi allypinto,

There are plenty of different options when it comes to studying for the GMAT. It sounds like you've done a bit of research, but I'd like to know if you've done any other prep yet.

1) Have you take any FULL-LENGTH CATs yet? If so, then what were your scores (including the Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores)?
2) Have you done any study thus far (books, etc.)?
3) When are you planning to take the GMAT?

Most GMAT companies offer some type of free resources (practice problems, Trial Accounts, videos, etc.) so that you can "test out" a product before you buy it (we offer a free Trial at our website, so you should feel free to try it out). You should take advantage of ALL of them and see if what they're teaching helps you to answer any of the questions that might otherwise give you trouble. That "evidence" will go a long way to proving whether you should buy the product or not. In the end, you should choose the one that best matches your personality, timeline and budget.

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Re: Best GMAT Courses   [#permalink] 31 Jan 2015, 13:10

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