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Joined: Nov 09, 2015
720 Q50 V38
In my 1st attempt I had scored a Q49, and in 2nd attempt Q47. The time lag between 1st and 2nd attempt was very long. Moreover, I didn't focus much on quant. But during my 3rd attempt, in which I scored Q50, I focused a lot on the e-gmat Quant course. The concept files have some very good fundamentals, which I lacked a lot.
The live sessions have very focused set of questions. They specifically test the required areas. Initially I took 3-4 minutes to solve a question of live session. As I focused more on the fundamentals, my accuracy and my pace increased to the optimum level.
The Scholaranium platform of e-gmat has even better questions. At Very Hard level the questions really get very competitive. The skill data set of the Scholaranium provides good graphic displays that allow students to track their performance. That approach worked very good for me. Every green mark in the skill data set was a hurray, and every red mark was an alert to focus more on that section.
Going step by step with the course should help students to score desired score in quant section.
I am starting my preparation for GMAT and will be taking it in March - April next year,
hence i need your guidance on
When should i join the e GMAT course and what study material or books should i refer to bring my skill set up to their level of teaching so that i dont feel alien to them