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May 26, 2019
Pas4867

Joined: Oct 27, 2018

Posts: 45

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Self-reported Score:
750 Q49 V42

Simply the best test series for GMAT

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These 15 mocks, together with the short videos, were probably the best thing to have happened to my GMAT preparations.

The tests represent the GMAT in a wonderful way. The quality of questions, scope of syllabus, difficulty of questions, test taking screen, scoring, and features are quite how it is on the GMAT.

Every test gives you some great numerical and visual analysis of your performance so you get to learn a lot about how your prep is going and where you need to focus more. The system has several such smart features that act as both interesting tools as well as guidance mechanisms for making the prep more streamlined and logical.

An extremely intelligent platform!

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May 26, 2019
Pas4867

Joined: Oct 27, 2018

Posts: 45

Kudos: 1

Self-reported Score:
750 Q49 V42

Best Verbal Course!

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Improvement 90 Points

Course Experts' Global GMAT Verbal Prep Online

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The verbal resources by Experts Global are the most organized and the most exhaustive for complete Verbal preparation especially for someone looking to prepare from basics and aiming for a high score.

The videos are the best part as they are really brief and focus on specific concepts at a time. The way this portal is organized is very helpful; each short videos has a detailed exercise based on it and you get some cool analytics on completion of every exercise. Then, there is an option to repeat the complete exercise or to repeat just the incorrect attempts, which I think is a great feature as I would try attempting the incorrect questions once again, without seeing the explanation.

There is a huge number of high-quality practice questions with detailed explanations. Hence, I could really focus on practice and learning from the analysis and explanations without worrying about the number of questions I have in my kitty for my prep.

The CR questions were really good and challenging. The detailed exercises on boldface were really helpful as I really needed to practice those questions but no study material would have serious number of boldface questions.

The RCs are very challenging and as per GMAT pattern in length, subjects, complexity, and type of questions. Short exercises for RCS of 2 RCs and a set of 6-12 questions offer just the right balance for RC practice and help you focus for long spans on RCs. At times, I would do two exercises back to back, giving myself 4 RCs as GMAT gives 4 RCs on a test.

I saved praise for SC for the last. This was the best and most helpful as I needed most help in SC prep. The videos were helpful but the e-books were particularly awesome and extremely thorough for every concept. I really liked the first e-book "Grammar Primer" as it introduced me to the basic grammar in great detail, a thing I never understood or paid attention to. Then, the videos offered me smart and concept & meaning based ways of solving SC questions and the exercises advanced my prep by throwing at me some really great questions.

Thank you.

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