Without offence to anyone.
Just to point out that the below review
is written by that guy who joined the gmatclub forum on the same day on which he wrote the review.
Second, he has only one post in his account.
Please share some genuine reviews, I can't believe any prep company to provide 100% satishfaction. (Please correct me, if I am wrong.)
Moreover, the knowledge that I gained from gmatclub as well as from manhattan forums is in·dis·pen·sa·ble that i don't feel like investing in some course.
the only problem with studying from forum is that the knowledge is scatter without any roadmap signs.
PS : We are making a dent in our saving account by applying/buying any prep course. So, I request everyone to share genuine reviews. Please.
After having a bad experience with Princeton Review for the GRE, I've been hesitant to try any other GMAT Prep courses. I ended up buying a Kaplan
book to self study and the Official Guide; however, after completing the Kaplan
Book I still did not feel very confident and was taking way too long completing math problems in the Official Guide even though I was getting most of them right.
I was thinking about registering for a Manhattan GMAT
course since there credentials seem to be a lot better than Princeton Review or Kaplan
, until I stumbled on to this program. The money back guarantee attracted me, so I decided to give it a shot. I can already tell you that after only studying two hours with the gmatpill, it's teaching me way better than self-studying, and the concepts seem to be sticking in my head well.
I wouldn't be able to compare this program with any of the prep courses, but I can at least say that I highly recommend it for someone who wishes to self study and go cheap. The program is made out for people who want to take the GMAT within 2-4 weeks; however, I'm in no rush and I'm feel pretty confident that I'll do well on the test after studying with this program for a few months.
If KUDOS then gmatclub Test series.