GMAT Course Reviews
The GMAT Pill Method is like having your own private tutor
online - but for a fraction of the cost. You'll learn how to think efficiently
so you can quickly narrow down your answer choices and arrive at the correct
one - sometimes without even reading the entire answer choice.
Includes the Practice Pill Platform - an interactive
online question bank (800+) with GMAT Pill video explanations and community
discussion, a complete mobile solution for your on-the-go GMAT prep needs
(iPhone+ Android+ iPad), core course frameworks for all SC, CR, RC, DS, PS, and
yes--even IR, 24/7 Email Support, full length computer adaptive practice test
(CAT) with performance and time analytics, & OG13 Online Tracker.
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Decent Study tool
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March 21 | 2012
Thanks GMATPill - helped a lot
May 16 | 2012
Improvement: 100 Points |
To me, what I found most beneficial about the GMAT Pill study method was the fact that:
1) It was video based
2) Strategies really made sense to me after watching videos (SC Frameworks and reading strategy and visualization for CR). Breaking things down in quant was also helpful - brutal DS helped me see things in a different way. I was already good in Quant but this reinforced some concepts for me.
3) The responsive ongoing support of having Zeke answer questions at any time throughout my studies.
I initially studied the GMAT through traditional methods such as reading the princeton review and barrons study guides. I found this to be remarkably average in terms of engagement and effectiveness. Many times I would be studying after a long day of work and the last thing I wanted to do was to crack open a book and read. I took the GMAT pill and did decently enough.
Then, upon doing my research and asking around (a friend actually had taken GMATPill too), I came across the GMAT pill. I was immediately impressed with the depth and breadth of free resources available on the site. Indeed, I felt as if I had gotten a significant amount of value from the various articles, audio interviews, and videos that are freely available on the site. I thought that if the paid GMAT prep was of a similar quality as the freely available material, that perhaps it may be worth it to give it a shot.
I did and never looked back. I find that I learn much better through audio, and especially video tutorials. Zeke's method combines both audio and video in a unique way. Certainly I found it much more engaging than reading the study guides I had previously. The strategies were definitely helpful - I found that I internalized what Zeke was saying to me - in a way that a book could never do for me. Moreover, whenever I had a question about a specific concept or sticking point, I could email Zeke and he would answer it. This is extremely helpful because I'm busy working and pretty much nobody around me is taking the GMAT - I have to go about studying for this exam on my own. So, this kind of ongoing helpfulness is to me in and of itself worth the price of the product.
I took the test again and did significantly better. I believe that the GMAT Pill study method had a good part in the score improvement. Thanks Zeke!
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Fantastic iPad app + interactive question platform
July 06 | 2012
Thank You GMATPill
July 08 | 2012
GMAT Pill got me over 700
October 31 | 2012