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Hi all, hope it is not against the rules, but I posted a message on the forum to help me choose between 3-4 MSF programs I have been admitted to. If anyone has on opinion on this, it’d be nice to hear your thoughts . Thanks!
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Hi All!!! I just posted a message on the forum because I was just admitted to the EMBA at Wharton, Booth and Kellogg; wanted to hear your opinions in regards to these 3 business schools. Thanks
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i am studying for gmat exam for 3-4 weeks took some random offline course but now i am confused to how to start official gmat guide and how to study from it /start solving it.my target for gmat is 730-740
kindly guide me the action plan little bit confused
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Hey members I really need a person who is good in gmat to mark my AWA assignment
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i am studying for gmat exam for 3-4 weeks took some random offline course but now i am confused to how to start official gmat guide and how to study from it /start solving it.my target for gmat is 730-740 kindly guide me the action plan little bit confused

Even i am at a similar position can someone please help!
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i am studying for gmat exam for 3-4 weeks took some random offline course but now i am confused to how to start official gmat guide and how to study from it /start solving it.my target for gmat is 730-740
kindly guide me the action plan little bit confused

Directly starting the official guide is not the best approach, in my opinion. OG is largely just a compilation of old retired GMAT questions.

Hence, you need to first work on the concepts and only then start working on OG problems.
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OG means? What’s the long form

Yeah...should have elaborated. Official Guides (OGs) are the publications from the makers of GMAT.

You can find more information here.
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has anyone heard about top one percent?
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I heard but still no solid reviews

Confused between egmat crackverbal magoosh and top 1%

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I don’t know about top 1%, but I have found egmat’s quant to be harder than crackverbal’s
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I heard but still no solid reviews

Confused between egmat crackverbal magoosh and top 1%

Hi SWAPNIL792
Glad that you expressed your confusion. :)

Before I speak for us, I would like you to understand that GMAT is a standardized test and hence it is primarily YOU representing YOUR skills of logic, sense of numbers, ability to comprehend and above all , a strategic prowess at decision making and all with a three digit score !
Sometimes, we are inherently good at all these skills but are unable to represent the same in a test taking atmosphere.
This is exactly where, we can help you. :idea:

We will help you cover "only GMAT oriented material" with a consolidated practice of official questions. We follow a unique Plan-Prepare and Practice approach that has delivered high scores consistently.
This optimized learning path we guide our students with is designed keeping in mind the busy schedule of a GMAT test taker and the intricate, arduous yet exciting journey that this test calls for !
There is a certain way in which GMAT tests you with its questions.
The investment in terms of money made on each question is huge and hence the quality of an official question stays undebatable.
We thus, always suggest our students to practice through official questions from OG which is available with video solutions on our platform as bite size tests.
In fact it is not the accuracy or timing that we press on,as a student starts off with the OG questions but the strategic thought process that we push them to develop using analysis and reasoning, again-stage wise. :)

The products that we have curated is designed to help three types of students-

1. The Self paced product( For students who haven't got the time to take classes)-
You get to have a study plan curated by the product according to your timeline of the GMAT prep, access to recorded videos for a solid grip on the concepts tested (adhering strictly to the GMAT syllabus), application videos for practice before you start the OG tests, OG tests for consolidating understanding of the concept using official questions segregated across different topics and difficulty levels, their video solutions, additional tests with solutions, 5 full length tests and weekday batches for practicing official questions on real time with mentor and peers.

2. The Group coaching product- (For those who want classes on real time with mentors)
You get to experience all the features of the self paced product along with real time classes with mentors and peers on weekends to help you cover the content under a strict timeline, unparalleled support and help separately by the GMAT mentors till you book your GMAT and free mock test analysis (official mock from mba.com) by the mentors along with a last mile one to one call from Arun Jagannathan(veteran verbal mentor with over 20 years experience) on test taking strategies.

3. The one to one mentoring or the Score-up product- (For those who want personalized attention
You get to experience all the features of the self paced product but the study plan is curated by your mentor.
Along with the one to one 60 min sessions, you also experience excellent support.

Our support runs on the objective to help a student at course completion with strategic push and guidance to take the official mock and eventually the GMAT before the B-school deadlines add pressure which could otherwise affect the test performance.

Recently, our student Shino who took the GMAT in Dec 2022, secured a 760 with a whopping V47! :cool:
Here is the Youtube link of the video of the GMAT Club webinar of Shino with Arun Jagannathan.

Iam also adding here a few GMAT Club debriefs(verified score) and a Youtube video for you to refer-
Arvind Murali-760(Q51 V40) in first attempt
Riddhi-From 630 to a 720
Nivedita-From a stuck 680 to a 720
Prateek-400 to 770

Hope my response helps you ! :)
Pls reach out for any further clarification or help.

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I don’t know about top 1%, but I have found egmat’s quant to be harder than crackverbal’s


Hi Nandini2242
Iam Devmitra and I help GMAT aspirants to analyse the area of Quant better with a different perspective and improved decision making. :)

At Crackverbal, we only believe in imparting content that is bound by the GMAT syllabus with practice from official questions.
Questions across all levels that is easy, medium and hard are explained and analysed in the class(official only) and course videos.
We want to help students create a unique thought algorithm that helps them reason out better according to the expected GMAT standards.

Our students have followed this and have created a Quant scores of Q51, Q50 and some of them have created a massive delta of Q49 from a Q44.
Here are a few links to add to the input
From Q44 to a Q49
760 with a Q51

I, as a GMAT mentor also believe, that "difficulty" is a perception. :)
If your strategic thinking is at place with the right concepts, knocking off a 700 level question should feel like cracking a medium level question, whereas solving even 3000 hard questions may not help you to solve better if you haven't analyzed the questions with the right thought process!

I hope what I say resonate and makes sense.
You can pls let me know in case there are any questions.

I invite you and anyone reading this to a Quant class of ours to experience the uniqueness we bring in the pedagogy! :)
Look forward to hearing and helping out! :thumbsup:

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AshwinD wrote:
OG means? What’s the long form

Official Guide

Hi KumarMV AshwinD

Perfect question! :thumbsup:
As GMAT aspirants start off, they may find themselves overwhelmed with an array of materials available for free.
They can feel being gob smacked by questions like what do I practice, from where do I practice, how do I think better, are my resources enough to prepare and believe me, this is just the list of questions starting off! :dazed

Official guide is the resource with questions by GMAC. These are called "official questions".
If you have analyzed every question from the OG or official guide, you are at a great place to take the full length official mock test from mba.com and book your GMAT. :cool: :thumbsup:
Apart from the OG, there are other official resources like Quant and Verbal review and the Adavanced Guide by GMAC(harder official questions) to help practice more.
The right approach is to log in errors and analyse extensively every single official question.
Here is a post by us on how to use the OG.

Hope all this helps!
If you have any questions, why dont you put it as a comment or connect with us?

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Originally posted by CrackverbalGMAT on 23 Dec 2022, 12:21.
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i am studying for gmat exam for 3-4 weeks took some random offline course but now i am confused to how to start official gmat guide and how to study from it /start solving it.my target for gmat is 730-740
kindly guide me the action plan little bit confused

Hi dalinderjit
Great to connect !
Please structure your prep according to the timeline you have set for your GMAT.
Do not randomly jump from one section to the other.
Plan it well.

I would first suggest you to pick up a module, say SC(Sentence correction) and thoroughly cover all concepts and rules of the topic.
Again, please plan well for every subtopic like Subject verb agreement, Pronouns,modifiers,Parallelism,comparison,tenses and idioms.
Curate a granular plan with clear timelines around these topics.

Once you are clear with the topics, use the Official guide to consolidate on the concepts and start with easy questions. Practice official questions to set in the thought process that is needed from the GMAT standards.
Do not feel worked up on accuracy or timing as you start off!
You are not accustomed initially to start solving all questions correctly.
Develop the thought process gradually.
Analyse effectively and learn elimination and GMAT strategies to "locate" an answer and not just "solve" for it.
This is what differentiates a 600 scorer from a 700+ scorer. :cool:

Practice to eyeball a minimum V30(56th percentile) and a Q47(57th percentile) and then once you touch this in an official mock, expand on it to Q49/50 and a V35 to eventually a V35+/V40 + with added practice from additional official resources and a thorough analysis of your official mock to close all open ends!
Do not rush. Learn to grow in stages. :upsidedown

Here is my post to help you on using the OG effectively.

You can let me know if this helps and if you have any questions.

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dalinderjit wrote:
i am studying for gmat exam for 3-4 weeks took some random offline course but now i am confused to how to start official gmat guide and how to study from it /start solving it.my target for gmat is 730-740 kindly guide me the action plan little bit confused

Even i am at a similar position can someone please help!


Hi Sharma22
Have answered the query for Dalinder.
Pls have a look and let me know if there are any questions.

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Thanks so much ! :upsidedown

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