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January 16, 2020
TheGuyDangerous

Joined: Sep 10, 2019

Posts: 68

Kudos: 13

Verified score:
720 Q50 V37

Almost the real deal!

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I purchased the Experts' Global 15 mock tests and these were the only mock tests I used.
For reference: I consistently scored between 700-720 in 7 of these mock tests. Scored 690 & 710 in my 2 official mock tests. Finally got a 690 in my actual GMAT. The +- 30 buffer is common for every mock test out there.
The analytics after every test is just brilliant. It helps you keep track of the areas you're missing/ taking more time in.
For ex: I always thought I was good at geometry in Quant. But based on my mocks, I consistently made mistakes in that topic!
One more thing that I'd like to highlight is the 'GMAT Shots' that come with the 15 mock tests purchase. They are short concept videos for all sections and are pretty good for concept revision.

On a whole I would rate it 9/10! Great purchase!

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March 25, 2020
TheGuyDangerous

Joined: Sep 10, 2019

Posts: 68

Kudos: 13

Verified score:
720 Q50 V37

You need these to build confidence!

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While the verbal tests might not be the best out there, the Quant tests are to kill for! The Quant questions are WAY harder than the actual GMAT level - and that's the best part! If you can comfortably answer questions here, you'll have a minimum of Q49 in your pocket and a Q50 (or a Q51 even) on your best day.
There is also the community replies and discussions which make it easier to understand how most people go about solving questions in the shortest time possible.

On a whole, I would 10/10 recommend the Quant tests. 8/10 recommend the verbal. Good Luck!

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