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Math Revolution has lots of resources for studying Quant questions at a high level (700+). Although I haven't finished all the materials yet, some videos are very helpful to help me solve DS questions quickly to save time for more difficult ones. There are also plenty of explanation for GMAT OG questions solving using effective tips. It is also very easy to extend the course when I need to study longer.
What I like most about the course is the advice of the order of videos/exercises to follow, especially for different quant levels. It is easy to be overwhelmed with so many videos; however, anyone with time constraints can also focus on the special point the course designer suggests.
Highly recommend to anyone who wants to boost GMAT quant score!
I used Magoosh for practice in timed manner and am really satisfied with the program. The test setting is real and questions are of moderate level. Verbal questions are pretty close to real exam and are created with high quality explanation. I must say it is closer to test than Kaplan or Princeton Review. The notes section may ve not as useful as I thought but the explanation videos are very helpful. I find how Magoosh teachers read, underline and talk about the thoughts while solving questions particularly easy to understand and effective in helping me understand how to answer questions better.
Also big thanks to Magoosh staff who helped me to extend my subscription to study for exam!
E-gmat offers excellent resources to self-study for the verbal part in GMAT, especially the Sentence Correction section. It really focuses on the important and tricky points that students are often confused and make mistakes. The instructor has an excellent approach to explain grammatical foundation to help students understand and apply the knowledge in answering SC questions. Questions to practice are ok, not too hard, but enough to help students remember grammatical points. Additional practice questions are provided at the end of each module together with Official Guide questions. Scholaranium is ok: some questions are similar but others are more about emphasizing the grammatical points rather than reaching the difficulty level in GMAT exam. I hope to have more practice questions and modules can be made longer. However, I think the SC has covered pretty significant volume of grammar points to review for GMAT.
Great course so far!
The Verbal Scholaranium is a great resource offered by e-GMAT. It helps me to thoroughly study each verbal topics in the courses and to practice in test conditions. Dashboard and Skill Data are very useful in pointing out which topics I need to work on to increase scores. For someone who doesn't have lots of time, I think using Scholaranium to get more practice with his/her weak topic is a must to increase the verbal score. The platform is user-friendly and motivates students to keep working on questions.
SC is very good (a cliche as people already mention this a lot) as it has practice covering essential and advanced grammar points needed for GMAT.
CR is ok. I still got some questions whose explanation doesn't persuade me as the ones in OG. However, Scholaranium questions are more advanced than the ones in OG.
RC is good. I like to do 2 paragraphs per day just to keep me on track of solving RC with ease.