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What do you think of gmat pill strategy for verbal [#permalink]
08 Nov 2011, 23:01
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Has anyone tried the gmat pill to improve his/her verbal?
I have been practicing ALOT for the past 3 months but I still have problems with critical reasoning, I have read CR powerscore, MGMAT CR, plus the notes by some members about CR. I have reached a point where I feel like I need a miracle to fix my CR?. I am wondering if anyone of you has taken gmat pill?, i don't wana lose money and not improving in what i paid for, so suggestions and opinions are highly appreciated folks.
any suggestions? i'd really appreciate it!!
Re: What do you think of gmat pill strategy for verbal [#permalink]
09 Nov 2011, 06:29
I liked it a lot. What happens in the videos is you get to go inside of ZEKE's thought process.
For example: when I studied by myself, I looked at the answers and would go "hmm which one is the right one"?. In his CR video, Zeke started off by going "hmm, which ones are wrong?". Completely flipped the script for me.
I would suggest you watch his FREE videos on his website. If you think they are helpful, then you may want to purchase the program.
You get EXACTLY what you see in the video, there is nothing different. I didn't think ANYTHING like he did when solving any part of verbal, but maybe you do.
I also wouldn't rely on it 100%, but it's great for a base way to think and approach the problems
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