I used Magoosh
during my preparations and found it very useful.
I can understand the problem you are having. MGMAT books
are highly theoretical and getting through them can be very dull and tiring. You are right about magoosh
, the video lessons are short and to the point, and you can get through a topic very fast. I have a strategy that can help you utilize both Magoosh
lessons and MGMAT guides
When you wish to start with a topic, go through all the related videos on Magoosh
. Now you have a good understanding of the topic and the kind of questions you would be seeing in that topic. Scan through taht topic on your MGMAT guide, now it should not take much time.
Another awesome thing about Magoosh
is its Question Bank. The questions are divided in terms of difficulty level, and subject topics. Each question is followed by a video solution, this helped me understand where I was going wrong while attempting the questions and how I should address them. And, after each session it would recommend video lessons according tothe performance in practice session.
I hope my post could clear your query.
You can also see course reviews from me and other existing members here: http://gmatclub.com/reviews/magoosh-345 ... order=date