GMAT Club
July 30, 2017
cxa0897

Joined: May 15, 2017

Posts: 212

Kudos: 91

Verified score:
760 Q49 V44

Great Value

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Improvement N/A

Course Magoosh Premium

Location Online

Overall, I think Magoosh was the turning point in my studies. It was amazing to have over 1000 problems at my fingertips anywhere I went. On top of that, they were sortable by type and difficulty. If I wanted to practice hard probability problems, I could set up a session of exclusively that. This was extremely helpful towards the end of my studying when I knew my weaknesses and wanted to focus on just a few things.

Another great part is that the problems are pretty similar to the GMAT. The verbal was better (but less difficult) than the Veritas bank I also used, and the video explanations on ALL problems are worth their weight in gold. It's incredible that you can get that much information for so little money.

As long as you can stay motivated, Magoosh offers far more value than any other course out there. There are lessons covering the most basic topics, and video solutions to every problem on the site ranging from beginner to advanced. For less than $200, its an absolute steal and I highly recommend it.

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February 14, 2019
cxa0897

Joined: May 15, 2017

Posts: 212

Kudos: 91

Verified score:
760 Q49 V44

OSU Fisher Review

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This review is for Fisher

Program Full Time MBA

Class of 2020

Experience during the program

Overall, Fisher has done a great job with its MBA program and the new changes for the class of 2021 are going to improve things substantially. GAP is an incredible opportunity, and the wide open structure of the curriculum is great for exploring your interests and diving into a few. Students from finance, marketing, and supply chain typically have the most opportunities in recruiting. Consulting is average for a school of this rank, and tech is a bit weaker due to its location. There are several trips run to the west coast by student orgs though, so if you were dead-set on tech you should be able to network your way in.

Columbus is a great place to spend 2 years (or more) and the student body is great. Lots of diversity, a ton of peer support, and very little ego. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time in the program so far, and l'd recommend it to anybody looking to live in the midwest afterwards, or to anyone willing to put in a little more legwork to go wherever they want.


Overall BSchool experience (5.0)
Schools contribution (4.0)
Classmates rating (5.0)

Strengths of the program:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors
Student body, diversity
Culture & Student Support
Specialization in a particular area (e.g. Finance, Consulting, Healthcare, etc)

Best fit at this program:

Finance
Marketing
Management
Supply Chain/Ops

Can be improved:

Alumni Network


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