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People here only speak Japanese. So, if you happen to be a non- Japanese speaker it might be a good idea to avoid the test center.
Next, I am 6ft tall. The person took my picture from weird angle without adjusting the camera that was set for someone around 5.5 ft tall. The proctor, however, mentioned that the GMAT camera is bad. What the heck!
Noise: Someone was sitting for other business English test and his PC broke. Proctors would walk it and try to fix it, making noise . It was a challenge to focus.
However, the proctors were friendly overall. So nothing bad on that.
GMAT club quant test are must have for quant practice. Don’t worry about the low score at the beginning. The questions are challenging but once you get over it, you are almost guaranteed to get Q48 or higher. It just covers so many angles.
GMAT club verbal test: I read some reviews on it and most people points out many flaws in it. I too agree that scoring mechanism could be improved. However, I found it really helpful for reading comprehension passages. Before the using gmat club verbal tests, I did not have confidence at all while attempting RC passage. My accuracy was around 50%. However, now I hardly get 1-3 wrong here. I would it say it must have for RC passage and build the stamina for verbal section.
EGMAT’s quant section is not for GMAT. There topic is way off-board. The language of the questions was rubbish …. Total was of time. Save your money for TTP, Math revolution or Crack verbal.
For Verbal they have a decent Sentence Correction course. You will actually gain something here. But again I would say go for Manahattan books and Ron videos.
Critical reasoning section: I think CR section is also decent. But the whole experience is too slow.
RC section: Good luck if you actually save time with the above gibberish.
In summary, they have great marketing people. But the course is too slow and quant is way off target.