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February 09, 2016
iamheisenberg

Joined: May 08, 2015

Posts: 16

Kudos: 65

Verified score:
730 Q50 V38

Most helpful practice questions for high scoring

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e-GMAT's Quant Scholaranium has more than 700 very good quality GMAT type questions for practice which is very helpful for those aiming for more than Q49. The dashboard has a very nice pictorial view of your progress. e-GMAT has a nice strategy for timing called 'tact time' (please attend their free strategy session to know more about this if you think that you have time management issues). The dashboard shows your tact time for each category of questions, which helps you in improving the areas where you are taking more time to solve the questions. I have Q49 in my first attempt and I found medium and hard difficulty questions very challenging, but still very GMAT-like.
The solutions are nicely put with the approach first and the working out afterwards. Understanding the approach part helped in handling the questions in better way.

Thanks.

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February 10, 2016
iamheisenberg

Joined: May 08, 2015

Posts: 16

Kudos: 65

Verified score:
730 Q50 V38

Best Verbal Questions

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With around 750 challenging GMAT like questions, e-GMAT's Verbal Scholaranium is the best place to practice the verbal skills for the GMAT test. The questions are very good. The dashboard provides a detailed analysis of your performance and thus it will help you in identifying your weak areas and revisiting the concepts. Overall this is very useful for applying the concepts learned in the e-GMAT verbal course.
The solutions are very detailed and have the options of saving a note or ask the expert (if you still need further clarification) in each question.

I would highly recommend it. Thanks a lot e-GMAT team.

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