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What do you think about Math Revolution's courses? QUANT struggler

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I was scoring between 43-44 on my last mock exams and scored a disastrous 35 on the real exam. After reading such positive reviews on Math Revolution, I have decided I want to take one of their courses but I'm not sure which and for how long (I'm on a limited budget) as I'm hoping to retake the exam in one month or so.
I'd appreciate any feedback on their courses, or any tips you may have.
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New post 17 Jan 2018, 05:43
Hi,

Which course you have used previously for your math prep?

salysalsal wrote:
I was scoring between 43-44 on my last mock exams and scored a disastrous 35 on the real exam. After reading such positive reviews on Math Revolution, I have decided I want to take one of their courses but I'm not sure which and for how long (I'm on a limited budget) as I'm hoping to retake the exam in one month or so.
I'd appreciate any feedback on their courses, or any tips you may have.

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I attended a very well known course based in Spain, but unknown internationally.
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New post 17 Jan 2018, 07:18
See every course is good either Math revolution or Manhattan. I believe its more about you, how much you have focused and how well you have gained from the course.
If you are done with OG and quant Review and you have gone through most of the questions from gmatclub then i guess you need a course. I don't know about math revolution but i heard that it is good. i don't get less than 48 in quant and i have used following resources.
Gmatclub math book + OG + quant Review + question pack + gmatclub quant forum
i have used Ian stewart's books (counting, stats and number properties). I picked only three because these were my most weak areas.
However, i believe its 20% strategy books and 80% practice. I have practiced hundreds of questions from gmatclub and learned from my mistakes.

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New post 17 Jan 2018, 13:30
Hi salysalsal,

Before I can offer you the specific advice that you’re looking for, it would help if you could provide a bit more information on how you've been studying and your goals:

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salysalsal wrote:
I was scoring between 43-44 on my last mock exams and scored a disastrous 35 on the real exam. After reading such positive reviews on Math Revolution, I have decided I want to take one of their courses but I'm not sure which and for how long (I'm on a limited budget) as I'm hoping to retake the exam in one month or so.
I'd appreciate any feedback on their courses, or any tips you may have.


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