GMAT Club
November 17, 2017
inds

Joined: Jul 01, 2008

Posts: 3

Kudos: 2

Self-reported Score:
640 Q44 V33

Excellent compilation of good quality questions

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i think the GMAT club tests have a three fold advantage for the GMAT preparation.
1. Wide variety of different questions types. For example, even within a specific topic like number properties, the quiz includes all possible concepts that could be tested.
2. Organized. I think this is an under appreciated benefit. Everything is arranged topic/chapter wise. Makes it easier to test specific topics and helps approach GMAT quant methodically
3. Finally, The analytics are brilliant. I think 50% of your prep involves understanding where you went wrong but also understanding where you went right. The post test analytics help you review your weaknesses and understand your strengths. What it essentially helps you with is preparing a strategy for the final exam.

Net, I think these tests are a worthy investment of time and money especially for the quant section.

I have significantly improved my test scores after practising from these.

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November 22, 2017
inds

Joined: Jul 01, 2008

Posts: 3

Kudos: 2

Self-reported Score:
640 Q44 V33

Best verbal prep on the street

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Course e-GMAT Verbal Online

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I have not had too many issues with quant but despite considering myself good at English, I struggled in the verbal section, which was clearly visible from my first GMAT mock test and subsequent practice tests. Everyone kept on mentioning that SC is the key to a good verbal score but I was unable to make sense of it after reading books. After reading reviews of e-gmat from gmat club members and signed up for the verbal online course. I found their approach very innovative but most importantly structured. I think that resonated with me the most. The idea of application files and concept files is also equally innovative and helps grasp the crux of the SC approach easily. With a whole host of practice sentences and their detailed analysis especially simulating a class enviroment, the mind automatically gets wired to approach SC questions. All this helped me in bringing down my timing from around 3 plus minutes to 1-1.5 mins. The other section that really helped was the CR section. The concept of prethinking seemed very obvious to me but the application was just as difficult. However, adopting the step-by-step e-gmat strategy I was able to get to a proper structured approach to CR questions. What I found excellent were the solutions to the OG questions, which I think gave me a confidence boost.

However, last but not the least, I am impressed with the scholaranium platform. I think it is a collection of really good GMAT questions and helps you guage your performance. Especially because it becomes really hard to find the right quality of questions outside the OG.

My verbal score on my mocks is now around 40 vs 33 earlier and I highly recommend e-gmat to others on the same gmat journey.

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