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New post 28 Feb 2019, 05:22
Hi all!

Thank you for viewing this post. I am looking forward to being admitted to a MiM, so the GMAT is required. My target score is 700-720, I ended up with a 500 score on my first mock, it was probably low due to my Dutch education as compared to the English way of asking questions. I've been getting familiar with the GMAT, quant concepts and verbal concepts for more than a month now, so I guess I wasted some time there. I am looking for a more advanced approach since I'll take the GMAT and the end of July. I read so many articles and reviews about preparation courses, but can't decide on what way to go. So, I thought why not ask the experts over here on GMAT club? ;) So I have about 4 months of dedicated practice till D-day. :p Money isn't really an issue, for now, so I am looking for the optimal option, I live in the Netherlands and didn't see very amazing private tutors, so I guess that I will start off with an online prep course. I myself was thinking about MGMAT or doing e-Gmat and Math revolution both. I don't have a clue, to be honest, so please guide me with this and keep in mind that I read most articles on GMATClub. If you would like to contact me please do so as I am looking really much forward to talk with an insider!

Thanks in advance!
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Hey!

Sign up for e-GMAT's service for Verbal and Quants. e-GMAT will hand-hold you through all the requirements of GMAT.

All the best. Feel free to ask anything.

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FrancoisFrancis wrote:
Hi all!

Thank you for viewing this post. I am looking forward to being admitted to a MiM, so the GMAT is required. My target score is 700-720, I ended up with a 500 score on my first mock, it was probably low due to my Dutch education as compared to the English way of asking questions. I've been getting familiar with the GMAT, quant concepts and verbal concepts for more than a month now, so I guess I wasted some time there. I am looking for a more advanced approach since I'll take the GMAT and the end of July. I read so many articles and reviews about preparation courses, but can't decide on what way to go. So, I thought why not ask the experts over here on GMAT club? ;) So I have about 4 months of dedicated practice till D-day. :p Money isn't really an issue, for now, so I am looking for the optimal option, I live in the Netherlands and didn't see very amazing private tutors, so I guess that I will start off with an online prep course. I myself was thinking about MGMAT or doing e-Gmat and Math revolution both. I don't have a clue, to be honest, so please guide me with this and keep in mind that I read most articles on GMATClub. If you would like to contact me please do so as I am looking really much forward to talk with an insider!

Thanks in advance!
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Hi,
What was the split of Verbal and Quant score in your mock test? If both are low I suggest you go with eGMAT. eGMAT strong in Verbal. If your quant score is >45, go with Math revolution for quant. All the best for your preparation.
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FrancoisFrancis wrote:
Hi all!

Thank you for viewing this post. I am looking forward to being admitted to a MiM, so the GMAT is required. My target score is 700-720, I ended up with a 500 score on my first mock, it was probably low due to my Dutch education as compared to the English way of asking questions. I've been getting familiar with the GMAT, quant concepts and verbal concepts for more than a month now, so I guess I wasted some time there. I am looking for a more advanced approach since I'll take the GMAT and the end of July. I read so many articles and reviews about preparation courses, but can't decide on what way to go. So, I thought why not ask the experts over here on GMAT club? ;) So I have about 4 months of dedicated practice till D-day. :p Money isn't really an issue, for now, so I am looking for the optimal option, I live in the Netherlands and didn't see very amazing private tutors, so I guess that I will start off with an online prep course. I myself was thinking about MGMAT or doing e-Gmat and Math revolution both. I don't have a clue, to be honest, so please guide me with this and keep in mind that I read most articles on GMATClub. If you would like to contact me please do so as I am looking really much forward to talk with an insider!

Thanks in advance!
François,


Since money is not an issue then I would strongly recommend the following courses -

TTP for Quants
E-gmat for Verbal

Best wishes! :)
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Hi ,
Thank for sharing the information.
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