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Abeljr, same as u I too am preparing for the 24 intake. I am preparing for my GMAT through Jamboree and I am having some issues with my verbal over all would you recommend something for that it would be great
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Sorry, I don’t have any suggestions for the verbal section. I have recently started preparing for my SC, and I am in the initial stages of the process.
To be honest, I’m also facing a problem related to SC
Because of this, I’m not the right person to answer this question.
But I’ve heard of the jamboree and my friends told me that they don’t start with the basics so I
enrolled in the eGMAT they have a meaning-based approach method which is a game changer for me so sometimes the right expert service helps a lot
Are you preparing for MiM or MBA?
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dalinderjit wrote:
hello everyone i am new to GMAT which one is better egmat or ttp i am very confused with both as they seems similar as when one should start with it

Hi dalinderjit,

Thank you for showing interest in our course. I’m sharing a couple of pointers that give you a framework to analyze the courses and help you make the right choice.

The course offerings of e-GMAT and TTP are not similar. For example, we teach our proprietary methods, such as the Meaning-Based Approach in SC, Prethinking in CR, and the 6 Process skills for Quant, and focus on building hyper-personalized study plans for our students by leveraging data from their unique learning paths.

To choose a course that fits your needs, you must evaluate following things:

(i) The Methodologies used to approach questions
(ii) The overall Learning Architecture
Can the course help you develop the right core skills, can it tell you whether you are really improving, and can it help you make necessary and timely adjustments if you get stuck?

You can do the following checks to evaluate the above:

1.Evaluate the methodology - Spend some time on the free trials, go though some sample video lessons, and experience practice questions and solutions. This will help you evaluate the methods. You can access our free trial here.

2.Evaluate the architecture – Get on a one-on-one video call with the company representatives and ask them to recommend a strategy for you and understand how you can best utilize the learning platform. This will help you visualize your overall prep journey and the support you can get. You can book a zoom call with one of our mentors here.

Finally, you can read some student reviews to understand how people in your shoes have used these courses in the past to improve. By the way, ~60% of 700+ scores reported in the GMAT Club’s review section since 2021 are by e-GMATers. You can read the reviews here.

I hope this gives you a framework to evaluate the shortlisted courses and helps you make the right decision.
-Sundeep
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egmat wrote:
Hi dalinderjit,

Thank you for showing interest in our course. I’m sharing a couple of pointers that give you a framework to analyze the courses and help you make the right choice.

The course offerings of e-GMAT and TTP are not similar. For example, we teach our proprietary methods, such as the Meaning-Based Approach in SC, Prethinking in CR, and the 6 Process skills for Quant, and focus on building hyper-personalized study plans for our students by leveraging data from their unique learning paths.

To choose a course that fits your needs, you must evaluate following things:

(i) The Methodologies used to approach questions
(ii) The overall Learning Architecture
Can the course help you develop the right core skills, can it tell you whether you are really improving, and can it help you make necessary and timely adjustments if you get stuck?

You can do the following checks to evaluate the above:

1.Evaluate the methodology - Spend some time on the free trials, go though some sample video lessons, and experience practice questions and solutions. This will help you evaluate the methods. You can access our free trial here.

2.Evaluate the architecture – Get on a one-on-one video call with the company representatives and ask them to recommend a strategy for you and understand how you can best utilize the learning platform. This will help you visualize your overall prep journey and the support you can get. You can book a zoom call with one of our mentors here.

Finally, you can read some student reviews to understand how people in your shoes have used these courses in the past to improve. By the way, ~60% of 700+ scores reported in the GMAT Club’s review section since 2021 are by e-GMATers. You can read the reviews here.

I hope this gives you a framework to evaluate the shortlisted courses and helps you make the right decision.
-Sundeep

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Hi guys, how can I evaluate my profile for the MIM programme? I mean what GMAT score do I need in addition to my 3.3 GPA? I have no work experience; do I need any for the MIM programme?

Let me give you some information about me
I’m 20 years old and recently graduated with a B.com (taxation) with a GPA of 3.3 (77%). The GMAT is yet to be written and I have no work experience.

What are the steps I need to take to get into

Any school like -
Can anyone suggest anything? There is still plenty of time to apply for the 24 intakes at these colleges, which is about 10 months away. If anyone can help me, that would be greatly appreciated

What GMAT score do I need to offset my low GPA and work experience

Originally posted by Abeljr on 29 Nov 2022, 06:50.
Last edited by Abeljr on 29 Nov 2022, 06:51, edited 1 time in total.
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Abeljr I am in a same situation as you are in.
I too graduate from DU with BCom program and got 7.8CGPA.
I too have no work experience but am in the process of applying for jobs and I think having some work experience is beneficial as u can explore your field of interest and do a specialization in you graduate degree accordingly.
And right know don’t worry about the deadline as there is plenty of time for that as the first round usually start from November- December so right know just focus on your GMAT.
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Bro, I think we can become good friends. I was wondering, am I the only one doing this? Can we share our LinkedIn profiles so that we can help each other with the same thing or any other suitable platform?
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Hi guys, if there are any other Magoosh students. How accurate is their practice test estimation compared to the actual GMAT? I know that the actual GMAT is more difficult, but let’s say that you got a 650 from the practice test on Magoosh. Is it fair to say that your actual GMAT-score will be between 600-650? Or is the official practice test from MBA the only way to accurately measure your potential score?
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Abeljr wrote:
Bro, I think we can become good friends. I was wondering, am I the only one doing this? Can we share our LinkedIn profiles so that we can help each other with the same thing or any other suitable platform?

nasgmatbag wrote:
Hi guys, if there are any other Magoosh students. How accurate is their practice test estimation compared to the actual GMAT? I know that the actual GMAT is more difficult, but let’s say that you got a 650 from the practice test on Magoosh. Is it fair to say that your actual GMAT-score will be between 600-650? Or is the official practice test from MBA the only way to accurately measure your potential score?

Hi. You can check the Magoosh Debriefs (these are exclusively Magoosh) and see what people have gotten on their tests: search.php?search_id=tag&tag_id=493

Originally posted by bb on 29 Nov 2022, 10:28.
Last edited by bb on 29 Nov 2022, 10:29, edited 1 time in total.
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bb wrote:

Yes sir , that would give more credibility as well we can get to know overall profile of particular account
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Hi Everyone!

Can someone give honest review about GMATWhiz ?

ChandlerBong wrote:
Hi Everyone!

Can someone give honest review about GMATWhiz ?

*give an honest review

Originally posted by ChandlerBong on 29 Nov 2022, 11:00.
Last edited by ChandlerBong on 29 Nov 2022, 11:01, edited 1 time in total.
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ChandlerBong wrote:
Hi Everyone!

Can someone give honest review about GMATWhiz ?

You misspelled your name..it’s Chanandler Bong..how Chandlerish of you

Originally posted by Braintree on 29 Nov 2022, 11:03.
Last edited by Braintree on 29 Nov 2022, 11:04, edited 1 time in total.
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Braintree wrote:
ChandlerBong wrote:
Hi Everyone!

Can someone give honest review about GMATWhiz ?

You misspelled your name..it’s Chanandler Bong..how Chandlerish of you

Haha I deliberately wrote "Bong" haha
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I know.

It’s the first part that you misspelled

Chanandler Bong
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Behzod8572 wrote:
Hello everyone

Hello

Behzod8572 wrote:
is there any student who passed gmat

What do you mean by passing GMAT

Originally posted by Sarmadk5 on 29 Nov 2022, 11:13.
Last edited by Sarmadk5 on 29 Nov 2022, 11:14, edited 1 time in total.