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Would you consider GMAT Club (800,000+ members) "student driven?"

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TEST PREP NEWS: SAT prep forum with 50,000 members falsely claims to be "the largest student-driven test prep community in the world" / moderators dispute the notion that GMAT Club is a student-driven community, qualify their claim to say "English based" tests (but the GMAT is also an English-based test).

What's your opinion on this? Personally I think they are not giving GMAT Club enough credit. 800,000 is a lot more than 50,000, and yes, GMAT Club is a mostly student-driven community. So what if some of us are working adults who are no longer in college? We are still students of the GMAT: logic, grammar, mathematics, writing...and business, of course.

In addition what test-prep forum doesn't have tutors or companies making up some of its members?

I'm interested in hearing your thoughts, GMAT Club members. Hope you're having a great weekend.

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