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Joined: Jan 28, 2018
I tried experts Global 5-week crash course. They have divided their course into 3 phases.
1st Phase- video lessons and Few practice questions.
2nd Phase - Practice Questions (Low and Mid-level)
3rd Phase - Practice Questions (Difficult Level)
Next, They give 15 mocks test with it, which has a similar interface to that of Gmat.
For Quants, I would say they have got a good collection of questions and notes. Though few tricks will go above your head, other tricks will surely cover it up for you.
For Verbal, I would say they have got a good collection of questions and notes especially Sentence Correction. They have explained concepts very well for SC. Sc concept book is there which is very helfpul.
For critical reasoning, I would suggest that one should go for Powerscore Bible, as that's the best book for it and as far as practice is concerned you can use LSAT resource and official resource or Experts global resource but for Concept clarity hands down Powerscore.
As far as RC is concerned, for the initial phase, you can use experts global but once your game gets strong in RC by that I mean once your accuracy reaches 90% in official RC switch to Lsat. Start Solving Rc from LSAT to improve your game further review words and understand the tone of the passage and don't feel disheartened if your accuracy drops initially in LSAT RC's because accuracy tends to drop in initial stages in that part as they are longer and have heavy wordings but eventually you shall improve and your accuracy will set on 90% in the official.
For Mock Test: c'mon dude 15 mocks in $5O, that's a good deal. They have got good mocks there are only 2 problems. One 15 mocks 5 weeks so many questions are difficult to complete. Second, Their mocks are not adaptive for that matter no one's mocks are adaptive expect as far as scoring is concerned only Gmatprep can give you the closest score to you actual GMAT.
Overall Experts Global is a good deal for practice.
Joined: Jan 28, 2018
GmatClub offers 25 Quants Mocks/Cats and 9 verbal Mocks/Cats. Quant Cats offered by GMAT club are good. Their questions will make you scratch your head to solve it. They focus on all three levels that are basic medium and high, but above that they test you from all the possible angles and that what help. They have got good trick questions. As far as the Verbal section is concerned it is not as great as the Quant section but good. As far as, the scoring algorithm is concerned. Don't rely on it, because the only mock that can give you closest score to actual GMAT is official mocks. But for practice and preparation quant mocks are worth it.