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I started preparing for GMAT exam and found GMATClub.com as a very useful website and specially liked its discussion on questions including OG questions. Then I got an opportunity to try GMAT Club tests for 7 days after subscribing to its Youtube channel. Later I joined GMATclub premium membership and got access for 6 months. In the meantime, I won e-GMAT online course as a prize for winning Game of timers (GOT) competition. With the combination of GMATclub tests and e-GMAT course, my verbal score improve from early V20's to V45 recently. My quant score also improved from Q40's to Q51. Quality of quant questions in GMATclub tests was very good. Many of them were of 700-level difficulty. I got 690 in my first GMAT attempt and I scored Q50 in quant and V34 in verbal. I noticed that quality of GMATclub quant questions was more difficult than actual GMAT questions. I did not face any difficulty in facing quant questions in GMAT and finished the quant portion of the test 10-20 minutes earlier than scheduled time.
I recommend GMATclub tests for improvement in quant section of GMAT.
Once I started my preparation, I gave free official GMAT mocks and got scores 620 & 640. I was disappointed with the results and found that verbal section was weak. During the course of my GMAT preparation, I joined GMATclub.com and came to know about Game of Timers competition. I was lucky enough to get e-GMAT online course as a prize. I was pleasantly surprised with the professionalism of Mr Rajat Sadana & Mrs Payal Tandon and the depth of contents of the course. I am a non-native English speaker, therefore preparation for verbal section was specially tough for me. The course included platinum level scholaranium and Sigma-x mocks. I gave my first mock and got 670 (Q45,V36). There was detailed analysis of mock provided which clearly demonstrated that I need to focus on verbal section. Sentence correction and reading comprehension were weak areas for me. So I started preparing them with e-GMAT. The master comprehension course and meaning based approach to solving sentence correction questions and detailed analysis of reading comprehension question types really helped me. Pre-thinking approach in critical reasoning was also helpful. I got 690 (Q50, V34) in my first GMAT attempt on 4.1.2020. But I could not study complete verbal section till GMAT date. So I kept on studying the course which helped me improve substantially in verbal section. My latest score on GMATclub tests was 780 (Q51,V45).
I recommend e-GMAT online course to those who want to improve their verbal score. I am thankful to GMATclub and e-GMAT for helping me during my GMAT preparation!
I have participated in GMATBusters Quant Quiz regularly and won 2 times GMATClub Tests and TTP course and Empower GMAT courses as first prizes. I found the quizzes among the best in quant section. The questions were tricky and required careful attention to details. His explanation to the questions were equally interesting since the questions seem to be very tough to solve but his solutions were equally easy. He conducted webinars for solutions to the problems and the discussions in the webinars were enlightening. His quant concepts are solid. I wish GMATBusters continues his good work and GMATBusters Quant quiz become famous.