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It is not worthy to buy. Don't buy it. There is no secert about GMAT. The only thing you can do is practice, practice, and practice. There is no shortcut. I bought it and I found that it was a trick. There is nothing really teach you anything about GMAT. So, don't buy it and don't waste your money. Keep your money on something that really can help you. I wish I were here before I decided to buy it. Don't make the mistake as I did. Good luck!
I also got this from the library and haven't found it very helpful. The stuff from KAPLAN and Princeton have been my best resources from the library. I wouldn't actually buy them though - try to get them from the library. _________________
yes I do agree. Don't need to buy this product. I am planning to take the Gmaxonline course, Hope this is a useful course as the admins of this forum have recommended. I will go to this forum more often.
I bought it and agree that it was an absolute waste.
Its more focused on "how to take the test" and then "get into school" versus teaching you the main principles of the verbal and math... while its important to know how to take the test (e.g. time strategies), overall, the 135 page document is a waste of time.
It would be bad enough to say GMAT secrets is not worth the 35 odd dollars it costs. It wouldn't be worth 5 dollars! It is marketed as something fresh and original, with great insights, when it is really common sense tripe that occupies page after page.
To give you an idea, I got much better mileage out of the brief tips at Admissions Consultants, and those were free.
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