Hello GMAT takers, I'm here to introduce you an application I developed to help you study for the test.
Let me tell you the origin of the idea: When I was a child I came to like web development and I've been learning and trying things all this time. Next year, I'll go to study a master abroad, so I thought I wouldn't have time to keep on doing this and I decided to develop something useful to put an end to this hobby of mine. The idea came a bit after the 'Error Log
' contest from GMATClub. I thought it was a good idea to leave the excel spreadsheet and pass to a web-based application.
The app is intended to be a substitute for the traditional error log
, and hopefully a bit more useful and easier to use. Let me say it could be way better than what it is now, but as a perfectionist, I could be another 6 months working on it and maybe wouldn't be happy yet. So I consider now it has a basic functionality that is enough to put it into test. Of course, your suggestions will be very important to make it better, don't hesitate to say your word, I assure you feedback will have consequences
I don't want to extend this post more than necessary, I have set a more 'commercial' website in order to show you the basic features, and once you are logged in you will find a 'Quick guide' that hopefully will help you to learn to use it (don't worry it's pretty simple!). I have also set appropriate systems for you to leave feedback, questions, problems and whatever you need to say.
I encourage you to give it a try >>> visit GMATAnalytics.com
Thank you!*** It won't display accurately in IE, but it works (i'm trying to fix it)
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