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Hi , which is the best GMAT live online coaching course out there ?
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KinnarySanghvi wrote:
Hi , which is the best GMAT live online coaching course out there ?

Magoosh and E-GMAT are the ones i’m using, you could look into it
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I have the Magoosh plan , but I found the quant very confusing on that - the online recorded videos

Any idea about the verbal hub course?

CAn you share which egmat course you have taken ?

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Hey guys, I am thinking of starting my GMAT prep. Could you please suggest me some good online coaching options?
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Hey guys, I am thinking of starting my GMAT prep. Could you please suggest me some good online coaching options?

What does online coaching mean? Private tutor (expensive)? or you are looking for an on-demand online course? (cheap)?
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Can anyone give review about Magoosh online plan ? How much helpful is it ?
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What does online coaching mean? Private tutor (expensive)? or you are looking for an on-demand online course? (cheap)?

the Cheaper ones

Got ya. For online GMAT courses, there are quite a few, depending on what you are looking for and what style:

Most Extensive:
1. eGMAT - great product for non-native speakers, focusing on Verbal specifically. Lots of questions and materials and 24/7support
1. TTP - many recommend it, esp for Quant (very extensive Quant course material and similarly growing verbal). You pay on a monthly basis which makes it cheaper or more expensive, up to you

3. Magoosh - a more compact intensive course that does not go as deep as TTP or eGMAT but instead focuses on saving you time while hitting the most important aspects. You save 30-50% of time though at a score trade off. Great if you are looking not to spend 3-6 months but want to be done faster and move on with life but not the right fit if you want maximum possible score.

Best Price:
4. GMAT Whiz - offer a fresh platform with lots of practice questions and 24/7 support
5. ScoreLeap - probably the most affordable course
4. Experts' Global - they have GMAT tests as well as course plans

My suggestion would be to try all of the courses and get a sense of which one works best for you. All of them have a free trial. It is not so much about picking the perfect course (there is no such thing as a perfect course for everyone) but there are courses that are better for some people than others - you may like the colors, style, or video organization better. It is all about how much effort and work you put into the course and your GMAT Preparation. That is what determines the result more so than the course you pick. If you don't study, no matter the tool, you won't succeed So try them, pick the one that you feel most comfortable with and esp if one that motivates you to keep going and motivates you to do better and keep studying. That is important!
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Can anyone give review about Magoosh online plan ? How much helpful is it ?

Have you checked the Magoosh Reviews? https://gmatclub.com/reviews/magoosh-345345496
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Also, you can check all mentions of the Magoosh course in the Share GMAT Experience and GMAT Debriefs - here is a link: https://gmatclub.com/forum/search.php?s ... tag_id=493
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My suggestion would be to try all of the courses and get a sense of which one works best for you. All of them have a free trial. It is not so much about picking the perfect course (there is no such thing as a perfect course for everyone) but there are courses that are better for some people than others - you may like the colors, style, or video organization better. It is all about how much effort and work you put into the course and your GMAT Preparation. That is what determines the result more so than the course you pick. If you don't study, no matter the tool, you won't succeed So try them, pick the one that you feel most comfortable with and esp if one that motivates you to keep going and motivates you to do better and keep studying. That is important!
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bb wrote:
My suggestion would be to try all of the courses and get a sense of which one works best for you. All of them have a free trial. It is not so much about picking the perfect course (there is no such thing as a perfect course for everyone) but there are courses that are better for some people than others - you may like the colors, style, or video organization better. It is all about how much effort and work you put into the course and your GMAT Preparation. That is what determines the result more so than the course you pick. If you don’t study, no matter the tool, you won’t succeed So try them, pick the one that you feel most comfortable with and esp if one that motivates you to keep going and motivates you to do better and keep studying. That is important!

Thank you so much for your help. It means a lot.
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hello there! Im studying GMAT to a job Selective Process. But Im seeing that most of the people in the topic are aiming to a MBA. Good luck over there! And if someone have the same aim that I got, plz let me know! ^^
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hello there! Im studying GMAT to a job Selective Process. But Im seeing that most of the people in the topic are aiming to a MBA. Good luck over there! And if someone have the same aim that I got, plz let me know! ^^

Huh… job selective process - is that like consulting recruiting? 🤷‍♂️
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MuskanGmat wrote:
bb wrote:
What does online coaching mean? Private tutor (expensive)? or you are looking for an on-demand online course? (cheap)?

the Cheaper ones

Got ya. For online GMAT courses, there are quite a few, depending on what you are looking for and what style:

Most Extensive:
1. eGMAT - great product for non-native speakers, focusing on Verbal specifically. Lots of questions and materials and 24/7support
1. TTP - many recommend it, esp for Quant (very extensive Quant course material and similarly growing verbal). You pay on a monthly basis which makes it cheaper or more expensive, up to you

3. Magoosh - a more compact intensive course that does not go as deep as TTP or eGMAT but instead focuses on saving you time while hitting the most important aspects. You save 30-50% of time though at a score trade off. Great if you are looking not to spend 3-6 months but want to be done faster and move on with life but not the right fit if you want maximum possible score.

Best Price:
4. GMAT Whiz - offer a fresh platform with lots of practice questions and 24/7 support
5. ScoreLeap - probably the most affordable course
4. Experts' Global - they have GMAT tests as well as course plans

My suggestion would be to try all of the courses and get a sense of which one works best for you. All of them have a free trial. It is not so much about picking the perfect course (there is no such thing as a perfect course for everyone) but there are courses that are better for some people than others - you may like the colors, style, or video organization better. It is all about how much effort and work you put into the course and your GMAT Preparation. That is what determines the result more so than the course you pick. If you don't study, no matter the tool, you won't succeed So try them, pick the one that you feel most comfortable with and esp if one that motivates you to keep going and motivates you to do better and keep studying. That is important!

Dear BB,
Please stop suggesting Expert's global. I spent a considerable amount of time with them and their materials sucks beyond bounds. Their mocks tests are a steaming pool of crap and no one should waste their precious time on it. Please re-enforce the importance of Official Guides to the newcomers and save them time and money.
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bb wrote:
Huh… job selective process - is that like consulting recruiting? 🤷‍♂️

yep! Im looking for business consulting companies here in Brazil and they use GMAT on their PS.
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PyjamaScientist wrote:
Dear BB, Please stop suggesting Expert’s global. I spent a considerable amount of time with them and their materials sucks beyond bounds. Their mocks tests are a steaming pool of crap and no one should waste their precious time on it. Please re-enforce the importance of Official Guides to the newcomers and save them time and money.

Hey, it’s just a suggestion based on his understanding. Take it easy mate
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