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25 Jun 2017, 06:25

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Hi everyone,

I am new here, and am just finding out about all the different resources available for the GMAT. After some careful consideration, I have chosen to go with the e-GMAT verbal prep, which would mean that I receive 6 months of GMAT Club tests for free. Hence, my question is whether it is worth it to purchase an additional preparation package (e.g. Math Revolution) for the quant section, or should the GMAT Club tests be sufficient?

Thank you in advance! Any (general) advice would be appreciated as well :D

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25 Jun 2017, 07:05

Squalus wrote:

Hi everyone,

I am new here, and am just finding out about all the different resources available for the GMAT. After some careful consideration, I have chosen to go with the e-GMAT verbal prep, which would mean that I receive 6 months of GMAT Club tests for free. Hence, my question is whether it is worth it to purchase an additional preparation package (e.g. Math Revolution) for the quant section, or should the GMAT Club tests be sufficient?

Thank you in advance! Any (general) advice would be appreciated as well :D

You don't need to purchase anything else, if you Follow the master of Quant, Bunuel. _________________

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I am new here, and am just finding out about all the different resources available for the GMAT. After some careful consideration, I have chosen to go with the e-GMAT verbal prep, which would mean that I receive 6 months of GMAT Club tests for free. Hence, my question is whether it is worth it to purchase an additional preparation package (e.g. Math Revolution) for the quant section, or should the GMAT Club tests be sufficient?

Thank you in advance! Any (general) advice would be appreciated as well :D

GMAT Club's tests has 1150 (Quant) + 380 (Verbal) = 1,530 questions, while Math Revolution has 100 quant questions. I'd advice to start with GMAT Club and then if necessary add Math Revolution.
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26 Jun 2017, 09:48

Bunuel wrote:

Squalus wrote:

Hi everyone,

I am new here, and am just finding out about all the different resources available for the GMAT. After some careful consideration, I have chosen to go with the e-GMAT verbal prep, which would mean that I receive 6 months of GMAT Club tests for free. Hence, my question is whether it is worth it to purchase an additional preparation package (e.g. Math Revolution) for the quant section, or should the GMAT Club tests be sufficient?

Thank you in advance! Any (general) advice would be appreciated as well :D

GMAT Club's tests has 1150 (Quant) + 380 (Verbal) = 1,530 questions, while Math Revolution has 100 quant questions. I'd advice to start with GMAT Club and then if necessary add Math Revolution.

Thank you for your answer! I might be mistaken, but I thought that Math Revolution had 2400 instead of 100 questions.

I am new here, and am just finding out about all the different resources available for the GMAT. After some careful consideration, I have chosen to go with the e-GMAT verbal prep, which would mean that I receive 6 months of GMAT Club tests for free. Hence, my question is whether it is worth it to purchase an additional preparation package (e.g. Math Revolution) for the quant section, or should the GMAT Club tests be sufficient?

Thank you in advance! Any (general) advice would be appreciated as well :D

GMAT Club's tests has 1150 (Quant) + 380 (Verbal) = 1,530 questions, while Math Revolution has 100 quant questions. I'd advice to start with GMAT Club and then if necessary add Math Revolution.

Thank you for your answer! I might be mistaken, but I thought that Math Revolution had 2400 instead of 100 questions.

What I meant is that on GMAT Club tests page we have Math Revolution 700-Level Set, which consists of 100 questions. They might have more on their site.

The advice still remains the same.
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27 Jun 2017, 10:17

One possible problem would be you have to many sources to study and lose track of your progress. Finish one system and take a GMAC test. If you still don't feel comfortable purchase additional test.

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02 Jul 2017, 05:31

Jordon wrote:

One possible problem would be you have to many sources to study and lose track of your progress. Finish one system and take a GMAC test. If you still don't feel comfortable purchase additional test.

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