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I reached at the center 1 hour before my appointment (too early, yeah i know). The guy asked me to wait for a while before they start checking the documents. So i waited in a quite comfortable lobby. During the next 30 minutes i saw few more people coming in for the test, and i was thinking to my self that i should get inside and get in line.
But to my surprise the guy from center came out looking for me and asked to come in and checked my documents first as he knew i came first. Professional isn't it?
After that everything was smooth, the test center was clean, bathroom was nearby. They gave good quality noise cancellation headphones to wear. No hassle at all.
I would definitely recommend to use this test center for GMAT as it is easy to locate (very near to the main road), quite near to the metro station and very professional staff
I have used gmatclub forum and discussions for quite some time now, although i never registered(call it my laziness). And i must say that they are pretty good. People like Sajjad and Bunuel have extensive knowledge of all the topics and the explanations are impeccable on quant. Although the verbal forum needs some improvement here and there. But i am sure with time and awesome community things will go in a right direction
Then a friend of mine told me to use the gmatclub test a try, which i did from his id(i know this is bad, but i am happy i did it.). I must say the level of questions, the detailed analysis were simply awesome.
Keep up the good work guys.
All the best.
Manhattan tests were suggested to me by one of my friends.
I was looking for something that can help to break down my test result in to minute details so that i can actually see where i am going wrong.
And Manhattan tests are exactly that.
I have been using them for past 20 days now when they started the promotional offer of 10$ (best bargain deal ever)
I will list down some pros and cons of the test:
1. Best in class analysis
2. Good collection of questions
3. Easy to use website interface and the test screen is quite similar to the actual test (other than color coding)
4. Value for money
1. Some of the Quant questions are unnecessarily difficult
2. It is easy to trick the scoring algorithm once you know the logic . This can ultimately lead to score inflation
3. Some of questions explanations are not that good.