Let me start out by saying that I am not a good standardized test taker by any means. I've struggled with these tests all my life, constantly performing below what someone of my GPA would expect. From class 1, Steve helped explain the GMAT in an understandable and helpful way. Each week he would ask if he had questions about our homework and never stopped encouraging us to bring him questions. Not only would he explain how he got the correct answer, Steve would try to understand how one of us got it wrong based on our thinking and therefore, correct our process. Steve also didn't rush us through topics that we were struggling with, allowing us to have time to digest the material in class rather than being overly confused when we went to do the homework. Even since the course has ended, Steve has reached out to us a few times offering any help and wishing us luck on the exam.
As for the course itself, I thought it was great! Each class was a different topic, which kept it interesting each time we met. I never felt bored. In fact, I would usually look up at the clock and be surprised how much time went by. There is a lot of homework, but it only helps reinforce what you need to know. Over the 6 weeks of the course, it truly became my life outside of work, but it's paying off with the results I've been getting on my practice exams.
At first I was a little hesitant spending all this money on a course, but I can honestly say that I'm very glad I did it. It was worth every dollar and I would recommend it to anyone who wanted to take a course that will actually give results.
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