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February 23, 2019
leemoon

Joined: Jan 08, 2018

Posts: 38

Kudos: 27

Verified score:
730 Q51 V38

Great video lectures and ways to build math foundation

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Course Magoosh Premium

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I only used Magoosh Quant section only even though I registered for Magoosh Premium. One thing I liked about Magoosh is that they have dedicated app, which you can use to watch your lectures on your mobile during your commute or free time at work. I used their lecture to build some core foundation. I tried most of their questions, but I found them quite different from OG. I don't think they have accurate representation of your score based on their question banks. Thing about video lecture is that it takes ages to go through all of them. I would suggest you to skip some lectures if you are already strong in the particular area and to focus on your weakness.

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February 23, 2019
leemoon

Joined: Jan 08, 2018

Posts: 38

Kudos: 27

Verified score:
730 Q51 V38

Great ways to build SC foundation.

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Course e-GMAT Verbal Online

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I was clueless how to approach verbal section of GMAT. At this point, I was rather pretty strong in quant section of GMAT and looked through various reviews to see which company offers best verbal prepration for non native speakers. I looked through the Manhattan SC guide; however, the material is quite hard to digest. I needed a serious help from a company that teaches you from the ground zero. I ended up signing up egmat verbal. Their SC module is pretty thorough. It covers same concept as what you see in Manhattan SC guide, but the concepts are explained in much simpler way. My suggestion is to go through their SC module and supplant your study with Manhattan SC guide afterward.

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