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July 27, 2017
nishantd88

Joined: Mar 29, 2011

Posts: 282

Kudos: 220

Verified score:
750 Q50 V40

Great for Quant, not so much for Verbal

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I got the Gmatclub tests free with my e-gmat course. It came with 25 odd Quant CATs and 9 Verbal CATs. I have taken a few of both and I feel that the quant is top notch. The difficulty level is a bit above the actual GMAT but that's not really an issue as it just helps you understand concepts more thoroughly. The DS questions too encompass pretty much all the tricks that one can potentially be tested on.
However, in my opinion the verbal is a bit far off from the actual GMAT. The quality of questions isn't that great and on a number of instances I was not convinced of the answer choice even after going through the explanation. On the contrary, in OG or Gmatprep software, the answers and the reasoning are always clear and convincing.
In summary, I would say that Gmatclub tests are as good as they come for QA, but they are better to avoid for VA.

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July 10, 2019
nishantd88

Joined: Mar 29, 2011

Posts: 282

Kudos: 220

Verified score:
750 Q50 V40

Very helpful content; helped achieve my goal

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Improvement 40 Points

Course e-GMAT Verbal Online

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I signed up for e-gmat after reading reviews of how useful it was for non-natives. And I am very satisfied with what was offered.
I was scoring around 34-35 in verbal initially and was finding it very difficult to break the barrier. I went through all the videos for SC and CR and adopted the techniques recommended. That helped my breach the 40 barrier in verbal. The SC videos were particularly helpful and my accuracy improved from around 50-60% to 80%. All in all i got a 40 point boost in my overall score as compared to what i was scoring before e-gmat.
I would highly recommend the course for those struggling with verbal, especially SC.

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