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New post 04 Aug 2018, 01:14
Dear All

I am starting my prep for GMAT now and it' been after a long time I'll be going back to concepts/questions.

I know I have to work on both all areas within GMAT gambit and was hoping if someone can advise if Byju Tablet is good for this or not. While I have also got good reviews for Crackverbal, I just want to choose one of the services and go ahead.

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I recommend you go with CrackVerbal, Byju's no doubt is good but Tablet course has its own limitations.
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Hello abhinav,

I was in the same shoe as yours few months back and had to take this decision.

I have not experienced byju first hand but really not heard good about them.

I would advice you to use recommended stuff for GMAT basics. Manhattans books are available and I think will make excellent reading for basics.

If u want video lessons then veritas has its entire course( I mean it) for free as an app both on android and iOS.

Finally when u have to do questions... The best thing is official GMAT practice tests , and gmatclub quant is amongst the best. For verbal try the egmat trial account.

Don't rush into spending money on anything not useful because u would ultimately be wasting time on them as well.

If there is anything else I can help u with I will be glad to help.

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Thank You Manish, that' helpful :)

Would you advice CrackVerbal or eGMAT please , I really liked the content and approach of eGMAT but don't see any views on their faculty quality or response time to queries.

CrackVerbal - read faculty is good and response time is also fine. Content is good what almost everyone said.

Understand if you have not followed these two as well, answer may be diff. That' fine.
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proabhinav wrote:
Thank You Manish, that' helpful :)

Would you advice CrackVerbal or eGMAT please , I really liked the content and approach of eGMAT but don't see any views on their faculty quality or response time to queries.

CrackVerbal - read faculty is good and response time is also fine. Content is good what almost everyone said.

Understand if you have not followed these two as well, answer may be diff. That' fine.


use the free material and do not rush into spending money and more importantly wasting time ...
as far as answering queries are concerned, you will find this forum always ready to help and response is real fast...
most of the time, you will find that your queries would have already been discussed..
so use the materials that are free before you commit your money and money on anything
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proabhinav wrote:
Thank You Manish, that' helpful :)

Would you advice CrackVerbal or eGMAT please , I really liked the content and approach of eGMAT but don't see any views on their faculty quality or response time to queries.

CrackVerbal - read faculty is good and response time is also fine. Content is good what almost everyone said.

Understand if you have not followed these two as well, answer may be diff. That' fine.


I have not tried crack verbal but I guess they must be having trial classes. Egmat has trial package which offers some live classes and some videos too.

I guess u can test them and then go ahead.


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