GMAT Club
January 20, 2017
Ross2018

Joined: Dec 09, 2016

Posts: 112

Kudos: 38

Self-reported Score:
730 Q49 V41

GREAT GREAT GREAT

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What a great company, and test platform to make yourself ready for the GMAT. I just loved how Egmat provide all the best and amazing explanings for each of the exercices. I highly recommend it.
The result report gives exactly your level and your ability to suceed and helps you find your weaknesses. E-GMAT also has blogs to help you use the tool effectively. The best thing about this tool is that you can get to know how you do in a area by taking a 30 minutes test anytime. Even though i'm not sure it's enough but it's a good way to have a an idea. Love it!!

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February 08, 2017
Ross2018

Joined: Dec 09, 2016

Posts: 112

Kudos: 38

Self-reported Score:
730 Q49 V41

Great platform

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The GMAT Club Tests are the best practice material that gives you an excellent idea of your performance. The difficulty level is very much on par with the actual test. I have done the mistake in the past of having attempted just 1 such test and that too, just one day before my GMAT exam.
Pros -
1. Large question pool.

2. Questions relevant to the GMAT - one won't find questions which are not relevant to the GMAT. GMATClub must have given great efforts to sort the questions out, more so for the fact that they have a huge number of difficult quant level questions. Almost every difficult and super difficult level question has a solution that would take 2 or at max 3 minutes. This is important since as a GMAT taker one needs to practice GMAT like content.


Gmat club tests are most reliable tests.

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