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New post 26 Nov 2019, 04:31
Hi

First of all, I want to celebrate my new high score :lol: . I have been working from 500 to 650. It may not consider a high for many people, but for me, this score means a success since I am a very bad non-native English speaker from South East Asia.

Anyway, the main review is about how accurate and the pros/cons of this Experts Global prep test.

These are the comparison between my official scores and experts global's scores.
- 10 Sep; 670 (Q46,V36); Experts Global Prep Test 1
- 17 Sep; 670 (Q49,V32); Experts Global Prep Test 2
- 19 Sep; 600 (Q49, V23); GMAT Official Prep Exam 2 (1st try)
- 22 Sep; 560 (Q47,V20); Experts Global Prep Test 3
- 24 Sep; 600 (Q48,V25); GMAT Official Score

- 4 Nov; 590 (Q48,V24); Experts Global Prep Test 4
- 12 Nov; 650 (Q49,V28); GMAT Official Prep Exam 2 (2nd try)
- 15 Nov; 670 (Q49,V32); Experts Global Prep Test 5
- 18 Nov; 610 (Q50,V24); Experts Global Prep Test 6
- 20 Nov; 650 (Q49,V29); Experts Global Prep Test 7
- 23 Nov; 650 (Q50,V28); GMAT Official Score

What I found are
1. OG Prep test can accurately predict my score in both 2 times (though i do it in 2nd try when i got 650)
2. Experts global test 1-2 (which i got 670) are not accurate. However the rest test which is test 3-7 can nearly represent my real GMAT score.
3. The last experts global test on 20nov can 100% represent my score on 23nov


So these are my pros/cons opinion about this experts global test
Pros
- it can nearly represent the real GMAT score.
- it shows the same screen while you test as the real official test.
- it is not expensive.
- there are 15 of them to use.
- it is timing your breaking time, so you have a limited break time to spend (though you can close the window to pause or pause during the instruction part of the test)

Cons
- few questions are the same or nearly the same as OG book question. So it is so easy to correct them since you used to see them.
- few RC questions are about specific detail (eg. are these I,II,III in the passage?) which rarely seen in real OG question (i think?)
- few Quant questions are too hard and out of scope
- it is possible to get many of the questions incorrect and still score high
- most of the answer explanations are not good enough to clearly understand especially in verbal part. Most of them are like "A B C D are awkward, so we choose E" :lol: But we can find a better explanation in Gmatclub anyway

To sum up
It is worth money and time to buy and use Experts Global prep test. It can nearly represent the real GMAT score. But the best is still OG prep test.
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New post 26 Nov 2019, 04:40
Hi Zatan99,
Many congratulations for your new score. :angel: :thumbup:
The test reviews of Expert global has to be posted on: https://gmatclub.com/forum/experts-glob ... 11362.html
If you took the Expert global prep course, then you can post your review here: https://gmatclub.com/reviews/experts-global-345345699

Thanks.
Zatan99 wrote:
Hi

First of all, I want to celebrate my new high score :lol: . I have been working from 500 to 650. It may not consider a high for many people, but for me, this score means a success since I am a very bad non-native English speaker from South East Asia.

Anyway, the main review is about how accurate and the pros/cons of this Experts Global prep test.

These are the comparison between my official scores and experts global's scores.
- 10 Sep; 670 (Q46,V36); Experts Global Prep Test 1
- 17 Sep; 670 (Q49,V32); Experts Global Prep Test 2
- 19 Sep; 600 (Q49, V23); GMAT Official Prep Exam 2 (1st try)
- 22 Sep; 560 (Q47,V20); Experts Global Prep Test 3
- 24 Sep; 600 (Q48,V25); GMAT Official Score

- 4 Nov; 590 (Q48,V24); Experts Global Prep Test 4
- 12 Nov; 650 (Q49,V28); GMAT Official Prep Exam 2 (2nd try)
- 15 Nov; 670 (Q49,V32); Experts Global Prep Test 5
- 18 Nov; 610 (Q50,V24); Experts Global Prep Test 6
- 20 Nov; 650 (Q49,V29); Experts Global Prep Test 7
- 23 Nov; 650 (Q50,V28); GMAT Official Score

What I found are
1. OG Prep test can accurately predict my score in both 2 times (though i do it in 2nd try when i got 650)
2. Experts global test 1-2 (which i got 670) are not accurate. However the rest test which is test 3-7 can nearly represent my real GMAT score.
3. The last experts global test on 20nov can 100% represent my score on 23nov


So these are my pros/cons opinion about this experts global test
Pros
- it can nearly represent the real GMAT score.
- it shows the same screen while you test as the real official test.
- it is not expensive.
- there are 15 of them to use.
- it is timing your breaking time, so you have a limited break time to spend (though you can close the window to pause or pause during the instruction part of the test)

Cons
- few questions are the same or nearly the same as OG book question. So it is so easy to correct them since you used to see them.
- few RC questions are about specific detail (eg. are these I,II,III in the passage?) which rarely seen in real OG question (i think?)
- few Quant questions are too hard and out of scope
- it is possible to get many of the questions incorrect and still score high
- most of the answer explanations are not good enough to clearly understand especially in verbal part. Most of them are like "A B C D are awkward, so we choose E" :lol: But we can find a better explanation in Gmatclub anyway

To sum up
It is worth money and time to buy and use Experts Global prep test. It can nearly represent the real GMAT score. But the best is still OG prep test.

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New post 27 Nov 2019, 04:31
sjas31 wrote:
Hi Zatan99,
Many congratulations for your new score. :angel: :thumbup:
The test reviews of Expert global has to be posted on: https://gmatclub.com/forum/experts-glob ... 11362.html
If you took the Expert global prep course, then you can post your review here: https://gmatclub.com/reviews/experts-global-345345699

Thanks.
Zatan99 wrote:
Hi

First of all, I want to celebrate my new high score :lol: . I have been working from 500 to 650. It may not consider a high for many people, but for me, this score means a success since I am a very bad non-native English speaker from South East Asia.

Anyway, the main review is about how accurate and the pros/cons of this Experts Global prep test.

These are the comparison between my official scores and experts global's scores.
- 10 Sep; 670 (Q46,V36); Experts Global Prep Test 1
- 17 Sep; 670 (Q49,V32); Experts Global Prep Test 2
- 19 Sep; 600 (Q49, V23); GMAT Official Prep Exam 2 (1st try)
- 22 Sep; 560 (Q47,V20); Experts Global Prep Test 3
- 24 Sep; 600 (Q48,V25); GMAT Official Score

- 4 Nov; 590 (Q48,V24); Experts Global Prep Test 4
- 12 Nov; 650 (Q49,V28); GMAT Official Prep Exam 2 (2nd try)
- 15 Nov; 670 (Q49,V32); Experts Global Prep Test 5
- 18 Nov; 610 (Q50,V24); Experts Global Prep Test 6
- 20 Nov; 650 (Q49,V29); Experts Global Prep Test 7
- 23 Nov; 650 (Q50,V28); GMAT Official Score

What I found are
1. OG Prep test can accurately predict my score in both 2 times (though i do it in 2nd try when i got 650)
2. Experts global test 1-2 (which i got 670) are not accurate. However the rest test which is test 3-7 can nearly represent my real GMAT score.
3. The last experts global test on 20nov can 100% represent my score on 23nov


So these are my pros/cons opinion about this experts global test
Pros
- it can nearly represent the real GMAT score.
- it shows the same screen while you test as the real official test.
- it is not expensive.
- there are 15 of them to use.
- it is timing your breaking time, so you have a limited break time to spend (though you can close the window to pause or pause during the instruction part of the test)

Cons
- few questions are the same or nearly the same as OG book question. So it is so easy to correct them since you used to see them.
- few RC questions are about specific detail (eg. are these I,II,III in the passage?) which rarely seen in real OG question (i think?)
- few Quant questions are too hard and out of scope
- it is possible to get many of the questions incorrect and still score high
- most of the answer explanations are not good enough to clearly understand especially in verbal part. Most of them are like "A B C D are awkward, so we choose E" :lol: But we can find a better explanation in Gmatclub anyway

To sum up
It is worth money and time to buy and use Experts Global prep test. It can nearly represent the real GMAT score. But the best is still OG prep test.

Hi Sjas31

Thank you for the mention and I am sorry about the mistake. I will change it to the post you suggest. Thank you!
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New post 27 Nov 2019, 04:52
Zatan99 wrote:
Hi Sjas31

Thank you for the mention and I am sorry about the mistake. I will change it to the post you suggest. Thank you!


No problem, I think you cannot move there but you can write a new one :)
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