Will I be able to complete all the pills from GMATPill
in a month.
We replied to your private message - please take a look.
We seem to get more questions comparing us with MGMAT. But since there seems to be quite a bit of misleading information among some prospective students, we thought we'd clarify some points.
Yes, the GMAT Pill
is designed specifically for busy professionals to fit everything in under 1 month. Your time is limited- and that's our specialty. GMAT Pill
is about thought process efficiency
- how you think quickly in a timed environment. Budget in a few hours per night on weekdays and then full 10-hr days on weekends. You can reference our 1 month study plan
. We prepare you specifically for the exam without using fancy grammar terminology - in as little time as possible
. If you are looking to master the English language at the PhD level and analyze every grammatical permutation, then GMAT Pill
is not for you.Here are a few objective points to help you better understand the differences:Free Stuff GMAT Pill
lets you play around with the Practice Pill Platform
by registering a free guest account. E-GMAT
offers a free trial. We advise you take advantage of both. GMAT Pill
constantly adds upgrades for existing students free - including SC flashcards, new CR frameworks, IR Pill
, Practice Pill Platform, and iPad app "GMAT Pill
HD"----If you are looking to download videos to watch on-the-go, you can do that with 700+ videos in the iPad app - which is FREE.For Non-Natives
Although GMAT Pill
does not market itself as only for "non-natives" - there are plenty of non-natives who have done spectacularly well.
If you are looking for examples of non-natives who have excelled with GMAT Pill
, try Kang Cao (760 - Darden MBA + $50K Scholarship)
, Vishal (>700 - Indian)
, Sharon (Hong Kong)
(720 - India), Shuhua
(730-China), and many more...
We recently had a 50+ email exchange - 710
with an Indian student (also non-native) who took the GMAT 3 times and asked similar questions.
He eventually decided to "follow the Stanford guy" and today, after his 4th and final attempt, his testimonial is now on our homepage with a 710
For non-natives, verbal is arguably more important than quant - here's why
. So make sure you prepare in the way that works best for you.
I would like you to please comment on this thread please - possible-reasons-for-unexpected-verbal-scores-156586.html#p1249628