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Guys, I have a $300 budget and about 2 months of prep.time. What course would you recommend? I am thinking between e-gmat and math revolution since there are both more affordable. Both of them has good reviews but looks like more people tend to choose e-gmat(based on number of reviews). Which of them offers up to date questions and understandable explanantions?
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Guys, I have a $300 budget and about 2 months of prep.time. What course would you recommend? I am thinking between e-gmat and math revolution since there are both more affordable. Both of them has good reviews but looks like more people tend to choose e-gmat(based on number of reviews). Which of them offers up to date questions and understandable explanantions?
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I don't suggest math revolution. Their questions are not up to standard. You may refer my post commented by Magoosh.


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kuralaysn wrote:
Guys, I have a $300 budget and about 2 months of prep.time. What course would you recommend? I am thinking between e-gmat and math revolution since there are both more affordable. Both of them has good reviews but looks like more people tend to choose e-gmat(based on number of reviews). Which of them offers up to date questions and understandable explanantions?
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I don't suggest math revolution. Their questions are not up to standard. You may refer my post commented by Magoosh.



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I don't suggest math revolution. Their questions are not up to standard. You may refer my post commented by Magoosh.

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E-Gmat is worth every penny. There should be no second thought. Especially, verbal part is very detailed and very methodical. Go for it.

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Guys, I have a $300 budget and about 2 months of prep.time. What course would you recommend? I am thinking between e-gmat and math revolution since there are both more affordable. Both of them has good reviews but looks like more people tend to choose e-gmat(based on number of reviews). Which of them offers up to date questions and understandable explanantions?
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For $300 i think you can purchase both. e-gmat is famous for it's Verbal Online Course, which i believe is $199 and Math Revolution for its math course (the one month course is < $100), which should be enough since you have only 2 months to prepare.

Since you would also get 6 months of Gmat Club Tests(very useful for boosting your quant score) with the e-gmat's Verbal Online, this should be enough for your 2nd month of quant study.

Both the companies have trial versions. So you can check them out and get a feel for yourself.

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