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April 12, 2020

Joined: Sep 16, 2016

Posts: 651

Kudos: 1949

Verified score:
770 Q51 V42

### Great & accessible help on the quant section

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I had the opportunity to work with GMATBusters in the latter half of my preparation. By then I had already covered the basics from Gmatclub formula book and Manhattan series. Met him on the forums and later over WhatsApp groups and realized early on that he was very passionate about helping others with the GMAT math section. It was frustrating to be stuck around 49 and here is where the highly accessible help from came to my rescue. His experience with CAT (Indian form of GMAT but with a bigger syllabus and tougher questions) arms him with the tricks and insights that he is kind enough to explain with patience. I am sure that whether you are a beginner or stuck at Q49, his insights and help can give you that push you need to get to your desired quant score. It did help me in my journey. And that is why I recommend working with GMATBusters for your GMAT preparation. Thanks & good luck.

June 29, 2020
kanavpuri007

Praveen is a great mentor he has skills of quick problem solving and he understands the requirements as per your specific needs and gives a detailed study plan suitable to your requirement like the gap that is left in your profile .I would recommend @Gmatbusters to everyone looking to ace GMAT quickly

August 25, 2018

Joined: Sep 16, 2016

Posts: 651

Kudos: 1949

Verified score:
770 Q51 V42

### Hardest Quantitative questions (Hard for the right reasons...)

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Have been using the GMAT Club tests for over 6 months now. Tried them out on holidays ( when they are available absolutely free) and realized that many of the questions required "out-of-the-box" thinking. Went ahead and got a subscription for the same 3 months prior to the test date. These questions are hard for all the right reasons. Extreme values, integers-only assumption, figure not drawn to scale on purpose... such kind of tricks get drilled into the test taker's mind and help in reducing similar mistakes elsewhere. Whenever I have not given a test in a weeks window, I have started making more mistakes which can be categorized as silly. So A must solve repository of tests & questions. However, I do feel sometimes that the scoring is a little on the high side ( Have got Q51 with 5 questions incorrect).

If you are looking for Hard quant questions ( for the right reasons...) go ahead and try the GMAT club tests. They won't disappoint.