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I plan on registering for e-gmat live prep and study quant by myself using the Manhatten prep books. Are the Manhatten prep online classes much better than the books itself or they teach the same strategies with the same books? Please help. I plan on writing GMAT in 3 months and has a poor first CAT score.

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I plan on registering for e-gmat live prep and study quant by myself using the Manhatten prep books. Are the Manhatten prep online classes much better than the books itself or they teach the same strategies with the same books? Please help. I plan on writing GMAT in 3 months and has a poor first CAT score.


No-one can be a better judge than you yourself, to decide which classes are better. If possible then take a free demo class so that you have no scope of regretting after you pay the fee.

These days most of the coaching companies provide one FREE demo class so that you can be sure of joining the right place so you may certainly get the benefit out of the free demo class.

About the study material, I would suggest that leave the choice of referring the study material to your coach because coach can judge best which all study material and in what sequence will suit you best.

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When it comes to studying for the GMAT, there are a variety of different options. Given the busy nature of most of your lives, you might find that a fixed classroom schedule does not 'fit' with your schedule. As such, you really have to consider all of the possible ways that you could study. Most GMAT Companies offer some type of free materials (practice problems, Trial Accounts, videos, etc.) that you can use to 'test out' a product before you buy it. We have a variety of those resources at out website (www.empowergmat.com). I suggest that you take advantage of all of them, then choose the one that best matches your personality, timeline and budget.

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I am located in India.I gave the GMAT twice.First Time I got 640 and second time I got even lower 610.
The two exams were spaced almost a year apart.My target is 700.

On both occasions my mode of preparations was self study although on second occasions I did
use an online program.I guess I am not very good at self paced study.I am planning to retake the GMAT.

Any suggestions/advice on how to prepare and what course to enroll into.I have three months time in hand.

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Hi dipikmanipal,

You might want to read my post (the one directly above your post) as to how you might get started. As far as how you might improve your studies for this next attempt at the GMAT, it would help to know more about your last two attempts:

1) How long did you study before each of your GMATs?
2) What materials have you used?
3) What were the Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores on each of your GMATs?

4) When are you planning to take the GMAT?
5) When are you planning to apply to Business School?

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I am located in India.I gave the GMAT twice.First Time I got 640 and second time I got even lower 610.
The two exams were spaced almost a year apart.My target is 700.

On both occasions my mode of preparations was self study although on second occasions I did
use an online program.I guess I am not very good at self paced study.I am planning to retake the GMAT.

Any suggestions/advice on how to prepare and what course to enroll into.I have three months time in hand.



May be you should buy manhattan guides and OG 16/17 and figure out will self study is good and enough for you or not.

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Is appalled by all the marketing gimmicks of all the above coaching centers to dupe vulnerable students . Will give a frank opinion from a students perspective, who has taken both the services e-gmat and crackverbal .

E-gmat ...completely useless if u are looking to improve verbal . After u pay the fees u get access to some random videos uploaded, each explaining some basic concepts . The thing is these concepts are pretty basic and can be found online in Manhattan's Thursdays with Ron series (they are pretty amazing and honest do check them .) for free !! . They have very minimal questions to practice from.... a very big disadvantage , since without practice no point in cramming in concepts .
Although after going through their explanations given for various questions on gmatclub I was impressed by them but thats it ..... dnt expect much from their paid services .Pluss they dont have any tests of their own , then no way to test urself .


Crack verbal ..... Ohh boy !! where do i begin .... i have attended their classes ....complete trickery or rather sophistry is the right word i believe.
During the free intro classes they discuss very complex examples which make u believe that ur sooper dumb and then once when u enroll u realise that they dont have much to offer , probably the introductory class was the best class in the entire course . THeir claims of sending people to LBS, Stanford and others Ivys are of people who already had a stellar profile and just needed a touch up on their essays . Dont be fooled by the fancy website . their material is very basic and not much informative . No test series of their own again ! ...... the thing is they claim to teach u shortcuts fr RCs and CRs . The ugly truth is there are no shortcuts . U cant game the exam , no matter what they say . U have to improve ur English !! ...period . which takes time .

So what should one do !! ....... practice practice and practice by urself from as many books as u can.Buy Kaplan Manhattan and different books see the questions and learn from them . Because take it from me in writing there are no tricks or shortcuts for verbal . U have to read dense material and improve ur English and simultaneously practise. Watch Manhattans Thursdays with Rons they are a pot of gold ! when it comes to building concepts....

Do lsat verbal questions for more practice . Atleast RC and CR can be covered . Pluss LSAT has pretty decent questions . Read Opinion pages of nytimes , guardian et al . Daily practise quant fro 1-2 hr and verbal for 1 hr . Use the gmat prep tests very wisely . They are the closest u will get to giving the real gmat exam . Manhattan's 6 gmat test are also good but wayy tougher than the real exam . Do give them . Also search for solutions for each and every OG question in google . ROns explanation on their blog r pretty accurate .
The gmat exam also is evolving the old tricks which these coaching centers purport to teach no longer apply . Take it from a guy who gave gmat twice .

WHO AM i to give this advice?? --- a guy who gave GMAT twice -- 1st attempt - 700
2nd attempt - 720

Got in two Colleges with 50% fellowship . DOnt believe me go ahead waste 20k or more on these coaching guys . ALL the Best bro !! :)






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I plan to enroll for the Optimus Verbal booster with a 4 point guarantee. I have a couple of queries, can someone help or share their experience:
1. Do they actually refund money? If yes, you need to share a score right? I have a 37 on the Verbal - so will I be eligible and if yes, when should I share the score report - before paying or after paying the enrollment fee? Also, what email address - customercare@optimus-prep.com?
2. Do you think the course is good for a non-native to improve from 37 to 41 on Verbal.

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I liked the way the Veritas Prep course material/program was structured, but above and beyond that I really enjoyed Ravi Sreerama's class. I was initially a bit doubtful about how interactive an online class would be when I was deciding which instructor to take. After reading so many positive reviews about his class in particular, I decided to give it a chance. I felt I really got the attention and support that I needed and I'm not sure how he does it! I'm the kind of person who needs someone to hassle me when I'm being lazy, so I really appreciated his style of helpful/nudging comments when I was not performing like I should have in class. I would highly recommend Ravi's class for those who have high expectations of themselves and don't just need someone to tell them they're doing a great job all the time. With the help of Veritas Prep/Ravi I got a 760 on my first try.

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Hi everyone. I am looking for an online program to prepare for my incoming GMAT test. I would prefer a program with written theory/explanation etc as I feel it is easier for me to study when I read than when I listen/watch, but this is not critical. What would you recommend?

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I just registered and will have my test on Sept 14, so a bit over 6 weeks left. I plan to study full time in this period. My target is 730+. Non native speaker.
I didn't prepare at all for GMAT. I prepared for MBB consulting recruiting in the last 3 months and was successful with that.

I took 2 test:
1. November '15 The Economist: 610 Q47 V28
2. July '16 GMATPrep Official Test 1: 630 Q44 V33.
I was surprised by decline in Quand and improve in Verbal.

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Hi everyone. I am looking for an online program to prepare for my incoming GMAT test. I would prefer a program with written theory/explanation etc as I feel it is easier for me to study when I read than when I listen/watch, but this is not critical. What would you recommend?

Background:
I just registered and will have my test on Sept 14, so a bit over 6 weeks left. I plan to study full time in this period. My target is 730+. Non native speaker.
I didn't prepare at all for GMAT. I prepared for MBB consulting recruiting in the last 3 months and was successful with that.

I took 2 test:
1. November '15 The Economist: 610 Q47 V28
2. July '16 GMATPrep Official Test 1: 630 Q44 V33.
I was surprised decline in Quand and improve in Verbal.


Congratulations on your successful MBB recruiting - that's great and glad you are focusing on that. I am taking you have 2-3-4 years of that until you actually apply. So here are a few thoughts:
1. 6 weeks is a bit tight unless you have nothing else to do with your days. If you are working and studying, you may want 8-12 weeks. For reading-based instruction you can try Optimus Prep. Otherwise, another good choice for someone studying for only a month or 6 weeks is EmpowerGMAT since it is a monthly-subscription, so it is inexpensive

2. If you have a longer time frame, you can get the MGMAT books/guides and that's roughly $150. It is not a course but it is the book set they use in a course, and it is pretty good. Same applies to the Veritas Prep book set, though it is a bit more

3. If you are really in a time bind, a course that focuses on speed vs. depth is GMAT Pill. They offer some quick shortcuts that are right 80% of the time. You don't get everything right but you get 80% with 20% of time invested - a pretty good ROI. Magoosh is also a faster/shorter course and very inexpensive.

4. Then there are Economist, eGMAT, and all of the other in-person and live online courses - you get the benefit of an instructor with most of them (Economist is a mixed one).


Not sure if this helped. None of the choices are really wrong.... but some are better suited than others.
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Hi everyone,
I am struggling with choosing between eGMAT (Verbal Online) vs OptimusPrep (on Demand Silver). Actually I am a non native speaker and I have taken unofficial GMAT Test and got only 17 Scaled Score for the Verbal Section. I really want to improve my Verbal in order to increase my overall GMAT score. I want to decide which one is better and I don't want to waste my money.
I worry that if I take one of them I will feel disappointed with their service.
Any review, information, or opinion regarding the comparison between those courses will be appreciated.

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Stn wrote:
Hi everyone. I am looking for an online program to prepare for my incoming GMAT test. I would prefer a program with written theory/explanation etc as I feel it is easier for me to study when I read than when I listen/watch, but this is not critical. What would you recommend?

Background:
I just registered and will have my test on Sept 14, so a bit over 6 weeks left. I plan to study full time in this period. My target is 730+. Non native speaker.
I didn't prepare at all for GMAT. I prepared for MBB consulting recruiting in the last 3 months and was successful with that.

I took 2 test:
1. November '15 The Economist: 610 Q47 V28
2. July '16 GMATPrep Official Test 1: 630 Q44 V33.
I was surprised decline in Quand and improve in Verbal.


Congratulations on your successful MBB recruiting - that's great and glad you are focusing on that. I am taking you have 2-3-4 years of that until you actually apply. So here are a few thoughts:
1. 6 weeks is a bit tight unless you have nothing else to do with your days. If you are working and studying, you may want 8-12 weeks. For reading-based instruction you can try Optimus Prep. Otherwise, another good choice for someone studying for only a month or 6 weeks is EmpowerGMAT since it is a monthly-subscription, so it is inexpensive

2. If you have a longer time frame, you can get the MGMAT books/guides and that's roughly $150. It is not a course but it is the book set they use in a course, and it is pretty good. Same applies to the Veritas Prep book set, though it is a bit more

3. If you are really in a time bind, a course that focuses on speed vs. depth is GMAT Pill. They offer some quick shortcuts that are right 80% of the time. You don't get everything right but you get 80% with 20% of time invested - a pretty good ROI. Magoosh is also a faster/shorter course and very inexpensive.

4. Then there are Economist, eGMAT, and all of the other in-person and live online courses - you get the benefit of an instructor with most of them (Economist is a mixed one).


Not sure if this helped. None of the choices are really wrong.... but some are better suited than others.
Good Luck! :-)


Thanks for your answer and kind words. Not sure if preparing for MBB helps too much but I mentioned it in case it does.

After your reply I re-analysed the mentioned courses and the one that I liked the most was OptimusPrep (easy to use platform, analytical tools: reports on type of questions performance, adaptive courses based on performance). Those would be the most important differences I noticed compared with other courses. Now I have 2 questions:

1. Am I missing something on those differences? Particularly the analytical tools that I find important (e-gmat is the only one that has something like that)
2. Is 6 weeks enough for 640 to 730 or that is totally impossible by using OptimusPrep and I should look at something more 80/20 oriented like GmatPill? I plan to study full time, 6 days a week, no job or school.

Thanks!

tanzzt It seems like we are in a somehow similar situation here.

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Coming to your query, I have gone through their course content and find that it's exactly what I need for my target score. They ensure that you brush up your foundations as well while progressing through the course. They have a free trial version. Try that before you spend on subscription. Just a word of unsolicited advice, learning is a time-consuming process so you need to spend sometime every day (atleast half an hour) on building up your verbal skills. Once you are comfortable with the process, learning will happen much faster. Good luck!!

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tanzzt, e-gmat's Verbal online is a good course. I am an e-gmatter but in a slightly different boat than yours. I am a corporate lawyer. So, I worked on my verbal skills long back in law school itself. I am targeting for 44 with the help of e-gmat's course.

Coming to your query, I have gone through their course content and find that it's exactly what I need for my target score. They ensure that you brush up your foundations as well while progressing through the course. They have a free trial version. Try that before you spend on subscription. Just a word of unsolicited advice, learning is a time-consuming process so you need to spend sometime every day (atleast half an hour) on building up your verbal skills. Once you are comfortable with the process, learning will happen much faster. Good luck!!


pallaviisinha : thanks for your sharing information. I agree with you that learning is a time-consuming process and we have to study constantly :-D. good luck for you too!!

Stn : I think so that we are in the same situation.

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I am looking for a 30 days Quants course and have narrowed down to Math Revolution and Target Test Prep.

What I understand is TTP is more of a platform and MR more of a question developing and breaking ninja. But what consued me was TTP is not even listed here in GMAT Club but Highly Rated on BTG. Similarly, MR is highly rated here at GMAT Club but not listed on BTG.

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Most GMAT Companies offer some type of free materials (practice problems, Trial Accounts, videos, etc.) that you can use to 'test out' a product before you buy it. We have a variety of those resources at out site (www.empowergmat.com). I suggest that you take advantage of all of them then choose the one that best matches your personality, timeline and budget.

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The egmat verbal online course claims to contain 3500 verbal gmat level questions, over and above the questions in the scholaranium section. Does anyone know where I can find these? I've tried emailing egmat but I haven't received a reply so far.

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