Know the feeling. I choice magoosh
and really liked it.
Other ways to save money
Find out which part you need to improve maths or verbal and focus your money on that area.
There there are two things you need to do. Revise the concepts of said area. The official guide will tell you what they will test. Secondly learning and practising how the GMAT uses those concepts in its exam.
Study groups in local area might be helpful.
Gumtree or other community based forums might be useful in either finding cheap GMAT books or private tutor. I found my tutor through that route and they were good vfm.
Questions compiled by GMAT club members.
Reusing GMAT prep test several times.
Buying the GMAT club app to get access to lots of questions.
Trail classes or seminars given by the various testing companies.
GMAT club test question of the day.
Khan academy goes through and answers the official guide.
Blogs written by various test prep companies. Can access through GMAT club app.
Learning the concepts
Revision books from for maths for interimdate school exams.
English grammar books.
Groupon deals for school level revision courses on line.
Khan academy for maths.
Free access courses run by Stanford, Harvard etc.
Reading the guardian newspaper. The bbc website.
Free articles on economist
Free apps on your smart phone.
Free ebooks-classic English literature.
Cross word puzzles, sudoku, logic puzzles.
Friends that love maths or English that can trouble shot when you have a problem.
Feel free to drop me a message. Also having to do study on a budget.
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