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Veritas prep tests are really good and I feel they are closest to official in their score prediction. The quant section is highly logical and not just math-oriented, which is what GMAT tests. As the GMAC says, "It is not math, but quantitative reasoning. The quality of the questions in verbal is also good. All the questions have written explanation. For the few questions, wherein I was not satisfied with the explanation, I used to head this forum.
We can also reset the test after all the seven mocks are completed. I got the pack at an offer price of $19. Lucky me! My scores on the mocks were ranging from 650 to 690. I scored 710 (Q49, V38) on the actual gmat. Kudos to Veritas prep for providing such an amazing test product.
From where did you get the tests at $19?
Hi, there was an offer going on for quite some time when I bought it from Veritas website. I have read Gmat Club review that Veritas keeps this offer price recurrently. I can't say when they would have such reduced price again. After a week of buying the Veritas mocks, I found that the price is back to $50.
Instructor Arun Jagannathan
First I'll start with Quant. It was excellent to say the least. Aditya was fantastic instructor. No complaints there.
Verbal next.. The concepts and methodology employed were shaky. They created a Telegram Group for Advanced Students. However, we can only see Quant Instructor replying to the queries properly. Some verbal queries were left unanswered. Further, during the online sessions, on two occasions the instructor had a different OA to some OG question and he stuck with the incorrect OA and gave supporting justifications. Those questions were later taken up in next session.
Overall, the advanced course was not worth 26,500 INR.
Gmat Club offers a total of 25 Quant CATs and 08 Verbal CATs. These are, I believe toughest mocks available with regards to Quant from a credible source. Highly recommended for aspirants aiming for Q49 and above.
I used a total 8 quant mocks and benefitted a lot with scores ranging from Q43 to Q49. On the actual test, I scored Q49. I had done some silly mistakes on the test day. GC tests had prepared me for Q50.
Verbal CATs are not recommended. I took only one verbal CAT and left midway. The reason is verbal Question are tough to create as compared to Quant. Sub-standard question leads to sub-standard practice. Also, as experts suggested including GMATNinja, I stuck to OG and official mocks for verbal practice.
Last but not the least, I got the GC test for free for a period of two weeks in lieu of 60 points I received on the forum and utilised them towards the end of my preparation.