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I have been studying for gmat from last 2 months and know the basics of it. Want to join a course classroom/ online. Shall I take Jamboree live classes or empower gmat or any other. Please suggest.


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New post 31 Jan 2018, 05:48
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Welcome to GmatClub!

My suggestion would be to give a free gmat prep mock from http://www.mba.com and test
true waters you are in. GMAT tests more on APPLYING the KNOWLEDGE you knew.

Most of courses have few days free trial and you can find verified reviews here
so that you can get accustomed to the same.

Also based on your study patterns it shall help you to find students in similar location as yours giving GMAT
and resources they use (Refer this for details)
Even if you are self motivating person, knowing classroom courses in your vicinity of location shall assist you in
making a wise decision.

Hope this helps!
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New post 02 Feb 2018, 13:09
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mitali9988

Welcome to GmatClub!

My suggestion would be to give a free gmat prep mock from http://www.mba.com and test
true waters you are in. GMAT tests more on APPLYING the KNOWLEDGE you knew.

Most of courses have few days free trial and you can find verified reviews here
so that you can get accustomed to the same.

Also based on your study patterns it shall help you to find students in similar location as yours giving GMAT
and resources they use (Refer this for details)
Even if you are self motivating person, knowing classroom courses in your vicinity of location shall assist you in
making a wise decision.

Hope this helps!


Thanks a ton. Will get back if I need further info.


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mitali9988 wrote:
I have been studying for gmat from last 2 months and know the basics of it. Want to join a course classroom/ online. Shall I take Jamboree live classes or empower gmat or any other. Please suggest.


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Hi mitali9988

The GMAT course you should opt for depends a lot on your learning needs.

GMAT online is ideal for someone who is looking for flexibility with their GMAT preparation and is disciplined and can study regularly without losing focus.

You could sign up for our free GMAT Kickstarter course to see if our teaching style resonates with you!

You can access your free GMAT Kickstarter course, which contains 8+ hours of free GMAT strategy and concept videos by visiting http://bit.ly/2HIw87n

While GMAT classroom coaching works perfectly for students who lack the motivation to study by themselves and prefer face to face interaction with an instructor and other enthusiastic GMAT aspirants.

Our classroom course will provide you with a structured approach to prepare for the GMAT. You will also be taught by experts who are widely regarded as some of the best GMAT instructors in the country.

Most of the instructors are alumns from top B-schools like ISB and teach purely because of their passion to mentor MBA aspirants.

The comprehensive GMAT course takes a minimum of 36 Classroom hours to finish the verbal coaching and 35 Classroom hours to finish the Quant coaching.

You can finish the comprehensive GMAT Classroom course either in 6 weeks or 12 weeks based on your preference.

If you miss any classes or concepts, then we could provide you with the recording for the same.

In Bangalore, we have GMAT coaching centers in Koramangala, Malleshwaram, and Marathahalli.

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New post 31 May 2019, 07:55
Hello,

Welcome to gmatclub. I am currently using Target Test Prep for my GMATprep and I can not recommend the course enough. TTP has all you need to conquer the quant section of the test. You can also look at Empowergmat if you think your knowledge of the concepts tested on GMAT is solid.

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Hi mitali9988,

Regarding prep courses, in addition to seeking advice in this thread, take a look at the GMAT Club reviews for the best quant and verbal courses, and also read through some [url=https://gmatclub.com/forum/share-your-gmat-experience-8/?fl=menu] GMAT success stories to see what materials have worked well for other test-takers.

You also may find my it helpful to read this article about
[url=http://blog.targettestprep.com/how-to-score-a-700-on-the-gmat/] how to score a 700+ on the GMAT.

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