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# My GMAT Experience: Online and Offline (650 to 750 in a month)

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Re: My GMAT Experience: Online and Offline (650 to 750 in a month) [#permalink]
Congratulations mate !!

I see that Experts' Global last test score is in line with your official score. Do you think they are worth taking (especially considering the verbal section of these tests.)??
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warrior1991 wrote:
I see that Experts' Global last test score is in line with your official score. Do you think they are worth taking (especially considering the verbal section of these tests.)??

Hey warrior1991,

The verbal section of the Experts' tests, particularly the CR questions, did not feel much in line with the Official Questions. They do provide written and video solutions for each question, yet these solutions felt rather unsatisfactory and inconsistent at times with solutions for similar questions by Experts'. That is really the only big criticism I can make about Experts' verbal section. Can't really complain about the quant. The test interface is also good. Overall, its a great deal considering the fact that the bundle includes 15 tests, which is more than any other mock tests bundle that I know of.

Hope I was able to answer your question.

Thanks.
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Congratulations on the great score, OscarD! And thank you for the shout-out. Glad to hear that we could help a bit.

Good luck with your applications, and let us know where you end up!
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Re: My GMAT Experience: Online and Offline (650 to 750 in a month) [#permalink]
Congratulations on the score, and thanks for sharing!

I'd like to know the differences, in your opinion, between the enhanced online quant section and the test center quant section (in terms of difficulty/length/any other criteria). If it helps, I'm in Mumbai and trying to pick between the two exams.

Thanks!
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Re: My GMAT Experience: Online and Offline (650 to 750 in a month) [#permalink]
groverraghav wrote:
Congratulations on the score, and thanks for sharing!

I'd like to know the differences, in your opinion, between the enhanced online quant section and the test center quant section (in terms of difficulty/length/any other criteria). If it helps, I'm in Mumbai and trying to pick between the two exams.

Thanks!

Hey groverraghav,

I found no significant differences between the quant section of both the formats.

I feel that if you have the option of going to a Official Test Center of Pearson, you should do that. Because, compared to the online test, there are less chances of any disruptions and even if there are any technical disruptions, they can be (in most cases) attributable to the Center and not to you.

I know quite a few people who have had an issue with the center in Mumbai. In most cases the Center was uncontactable so travelling candidates weren't able to confirm if the center was actually open or not amidst the partial lockdown in the State. I know for sure that the Pearson center in Pune is open and have received some great feedback about that Center. Whichever center you decide I'd suggest you to contact the center first before booking your slot.

Hope this helps!

Thank you.
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