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Ok surfed little more and have already applied for Knewton Hope it shall help improve and be a better person (on GMAT score card) Shall give review on the course and progress on my GMAT journey, when I have a story to tell :p _________________
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Helloo dear gmatclubbers I'm trying to figure out where/what and when I should take a course or purchase a course. I finally made my decision to take the exam and get my MBA few nights ago. Since then I've read many and many articles about this. A bit info about me so Graduated HS = 04 BS. Computer Eng = 08 MS. Electrical Eng = 2011
I'm aiming for a perfect score on GMAT. I think I've narrowed down my choices to Kaplan and Manhattan. What are your thoughts ? Should I study a bit on my own prior to attending/ taking etiher course ?
My Verbal score is 28 , need tips to improve...and suggestion for the time gap between first and second GMAT attempt
To score well in verbal your vocabulary has to be strong.It would be best if you start reading articles, science journals , business tabloids and read them online and figure out for yourself if you can understand the language and the main idea present in the passage. This would be a better way to tackle vocabulary on the GMAT. Idioms have been posted on this forum , do have a look at them.
For CR, you need to understand & gauge what question types you are getting wrong most frequently. Then, you can work on & practice the question types you are facing problems with.If you are targeting to score high in Verbal, it is important that you get to the Verbal section stress free. So, make sure that you don't carry the stress & pressure of the previous sections to the Verbal section.
You can refer to the Official Guide Verbal Review for your practice.You can purchase the Question Pack, which will provide you with new questions and increased computer-based functionality.To crack GMAT, you also need to buy strategy guides if you don't have one.
I have read many of the reviews, but I can't see to decide which prep course to move forward with. My main weakness is the verbal section and I am leaning with e-GMAT because it seems to make the basic concepts simple. Does anyone have any experience or recommendation on my situation?
Also, it seems as the Knewton program has been shut down since 2014. I feel like maybe it's just me since it says the front page was last updated in October 2015.
When it comes to studying for the GMAT, there are a variety of different options. Most GMAT Companies offer some type of free materials (practice problems, Trial Accounts, videos, etc.) that you can use to 'test out' a product before you buy it. We have a variety of those resources at our website (www.empowergmat.com). I suggest that you take advantage of all of them then choose the one that best matches your personality, timeline and budget.
If you have any additional question, then just let me know.
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