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Is e-GMAT good for Quant as well?

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New post 18 Nov 2015, 05:41
Hello Experts,

e-GMAT verbal course seems to be one of the highest rated courses for non-natives, and I am sure it must be a fact.
My question is, how would you rate e-GMAT's quant course? I went through some of the free/trial stuff on their website (related to number properties) and found it quite good.

However I have never seen anyone really mentioning about their Quant course - or is it that their verbal completely overshadows the quant?

Is it advisable to buy only their verbal course or both? I am currently at Q49 and want to achieve Q50/51.
Thanks in advance, for replying.

P.S. - Any other course/strategy would you advise for achieving Q50/51?
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New post 18 Nov 2015, 22:05
You can see their quant reviews here. There are 93 at the moment. However, I can tell you upfront that there are not a lot of courses that focus on moving a person from Q49 to Q51 - it is pretty tough to do. The course that does seem to focus more on that is Math Revolution - check their reviews as they do math exclusively. http://gmatclub.com/reviews/math-revolution-345345660

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Hi prakharsworld,

On a fundamental "level", most Test Takers who can score a Q49 should be able to score a Q50 or a Q51. As such, while there might be a few 'upper-level' areas where you could use some practice, those areas are probably NOT what would generate the missing Quant Scaled points that you're looking for.

Take a good look at whatever CAT you scored Q48 or Q49 on... of all the questions that you got wrong, how many were due to a silly/little mistake and how many were due to the question being too 'hard'? How many of those questions were 'gettable' and how many of them were just too much for you to handle?

If you find yourself saying "I should have gotten that one correct..." a few times, then THOSE are the questions that cost you your points.

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New post 19 Nov 2015, 09:10
Thanks for your responses, bb and Rich. They do make a lot of sense.
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Is E-Gmat Quant is helpful for getting Q51, As my current score is Q39..

Kindly Suggest !!
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Hi Prirommy,

You would likely receive more of a response if you started your own post/thread (instead of piggy-backing on this one). You should also provide as much information as you can about how you have been studying, your Goal Score and when you plan to take the GMAT. I'll be happy to answer any questions that you have and offer advice (and I'm sure that plenty of other members will do so too).

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Prirommy wrote:
Is E-Gmat Quant is helpful for getting Q51, As my current score is Q39..

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As long as you don't go in expecting the course itself to get you a Q51, you should be fine. If you got a Q39 on a GMATPrep test (taken under normal test conditions), it's much more important for you to focus on the basics right now. Target Q51 once you get into the high 40s.
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Is E-Gmat Quant is helpful for getting Q51, As my current score is Q39..

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I believe no test prep company can make you deliver a Q51 till the time you improve develop strong basics. Most of the times it is your practice to recognise patterns of the questions that helps you to reach Q49 and above. Q51 is elusive, so focus on reaching Q45 or 47 first. That would be helpful.

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New post 16 Apr 2018, 08:14
Hey bb, have you actually checked the reviews for MR? I noticed that almost all (seems like all) reviews have been posted by mysterious people with empty profiles with the only information being their GMAT (unverified!) scores and mostly with 1-5 days between "Registered" and "Last visited" statuses. I have personally randomly checked 15 profiles in the very first and last few pages of the reviews. This is utterly strange as it seems. Ideas?
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