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23 Feb 2014, 04:53
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Hi ,

I am looking for GMAT Online tutorials. I read a thread by BB on how to choose one but it is still a little too much choice.

I am looking for
1) Online training videos
2) My GMAT program schedule by an expert who can review my goals
3) Lots of Online exams

Like everyone, I am shooting 700+

However my budget is in low 100s.

Thanks,
npcali

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24 Feb 2014, 13:20
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Yes, Magoosh is probably most affordable, followed by GMAT Pill and eGMAT (verbal only), and then Knewton, and others.
I will make an additional post that has overview by price level, later this week.
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24 Feb 2014, 15:36
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Thank You folks.

Do any of these give a schedule to track your progress against?

Also, Magoosh's price is very competitive. And there is a big difference between GMATPill/Knewton vs. Magoosh' pricing.

Given the competitive price is Magoosh's content competitive as well? I dont want to waste time on using an under par material.

Thanks,
n

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24 Feb 2014, 15:45
npcali wrote:
Thank You folks.

Do any of these give a schedule to track your progress against?

Also, Magoosh's price is very competitive. And there is a big difference between GMATPill/Knewton vs. Magoosh' pricing.

Given the competitive price is Magoosh's content competitive as well? I dont want to waste time on using an under par material.

Thanks,
n

You can see the Magoosh Reviews here: http://gmatclub.com/reviews/magoosh-345345496
92% out of 100
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24 Feb 2014, 16:05
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npcali wrote:
Thank You folks.

Do any of these give a schedule to track your progress against?

Also, Magoosh's price is very competitive. And there is a big difference between GMATPill/Knewton vs. Magoosh' pricing.

Given the competitive price is Magoosh's content competitive as well? I dont want to waste time on using an under par material.

Thanks,
n

Dear npcali,
I'm happy to add my two cents on this.

First of all, Magoosh does have study schedules. You can access all of study schedules from this page:
http://magoosh.com/gmat/gmat-study-schedule/

As for content, Magoosh continually submits all of its content to rigorous quantitative review, and we are always replacing content that falls short of our high standards. I know that, at least some GMAT prep companies just came up with a lump of content at some point in the past and what they have is just what they have, completely static, flaws and all. I don't know what every company does, but Magoosh actively engages in a dynamic feedback loop that ensure high quality. As for the results, I would recommend our testimonial page:
http://gmat.magoosh.com/testimonials

http://gmat.magoosh.com/questions/3597
When you submit your answer, the following page will have a complete video explanation for this question. Each out of our 700+ practice questions has its own video explanation, for accelerated learning.

Please let me know if you have any further questions.
Mike
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24 Feb 2014, 18:48
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Hi mike, i tried the "The publication of Joyce's Ulysses was blocked on grounds of obscenity by the courts in the United States, but he published it in Paris, in which there were less restricted novel contents."
Frankly I did'nt like the explanation in the video. The video says things like "it sounds awkward" or "D has a counting error": but then he goes on to pointing at E. The explanation is extremely extremely generic. It does not make any logical deductions to the answer.

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25 Feb 2014, 04:03
Optimus Prep has a 60+ hours on demand course for only \$299. This course consists out of 30 recorded video lessons that cover all relevant verbal and quantitative concepts necessary to master the GMAT. It is was made for non-natives and/or students who are out of school for years and explains the concepts from the very beginning to lay a perfect foundation. We recommend to combine the video course with private tutoring but this is up to the student.

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28 Feb 2014, 07:56
Most GMAT prep courses will offer you a free trial (or free materials), so you can see if it's the right course for you. Perhaps you should take several hours to test out a few courses so you can make an informed decision. Economist GMAT Tutor offers a 7 day free trial, so you will be able to take advantage of our online, adaptive course. The free trial also includes a one on one strategy session with an expert tutor, a free sim test and a free essay marking. You can sign up here:

http://gmat.economist.com/free-trial

If you have any questions, let me know!
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