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hey i am not able to buy the e-gmat course via gmat club marketplace
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hey i am not able to buy the e-gmat course via gmat club marketplace

Hm... what seems to be the matter? It is just a link or something is not working?
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it is listed for 159 dollors but when i click on it to buy it taked me to a diff site and boom the price is 99
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Hm... I agree. it is a bit weird. You can use this link instead: https://e-gmat.com/pricing/?utm_source= ... go_focused

What shoudl be the price? \$159?
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this again showing me the price as 199\$
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Last time you said \$99 - was that a typo?
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sorry for the typo --- Gmat club marketplace listing - 159\$

but the link you have given is showing me 199\$
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Got it. Sorry about that. I was wondering if we had the first complaint about the priceing being too low In this case, the best option is to reach out to eGMAT and send a scresnshot to them. I suspect that the time zone may be at play here (the offer expires on March 18th and it is already March 19th in India). You can also CC support@gmatclub.com
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Ahh ****. Thanks a lot for your help.
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Don’t lose hope 😇
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Also, i have just started the preparation. I am confused about the books to start with. I had a 400 score on benchmark test on mba.com. i just gave it with no prep.

Manhattan books are not available in India

since i am looking forwad to prepare with 2 month course from Egmat. what should be the other resources?
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That’s the old format - that one is no longer available

But that’s around 665 or 675.
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2 months are going to be tricky if 400---> 720+ I would say not realistic from long historic data I have seen. The ceiling for 2 months is likely 120-150 points of improvement on OLD GMAT or I guess even somewhat new. So I would say 2 months is too aggressive and you need to either lower your goal or extend your time.
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Even I am just starting but really overwhelmed with all the resources available, don’t know what to use
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bb wrote:
2 months are going to be tricky if 400---> 720+ I would say not realistic from long historic data I have seen. The ceiling for 2 months is likely 120-150 points of improvement on OLD GMAT or I guess even somewhat new. So I would say 2 months is too aggressive and you need to either lower your goal or extend your time.

actually it would be around 3 months plus 1 month for tests and reviews. I can’t afford a course more than 2 moths
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