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June 11, 2017
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Joined: Dec 26, 2011

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Kudos: 38

Self-reported Score:
750 Q49 V44

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The GMAT club tests are worth the hype. There are a lot of really great things about them: (i) the number! There are 26 tests (1,500+ questions), which is a TON. Each question has a detailed explanation, stats from others who attempted the same question (timing, accuracy, etc.), and a link to the forum thread discussing the question. (ii)- difficulty. These tests are tough! Much more so than the real thing. Safe to say that if you can do well on these tests, you’ll have no problem at all with the actual. (iii) the support. Bunuel, bb, and team have done an excellent job creating and curating these questions and the tests. If you are ever having any technical issues with the tests, they are there to help (and fast too!)

In summary- highly recommended. BTW: you can get access to these tests by redeeming 25 kudos or by using GMAT Club points. Also, they open up access to the public during holidays also! (obviously not ideal to be doing math tests during a holiday weekend, but it’s still nice!)

May 23, 2018
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Joined: Dec 26, 2011

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Kudos: 38

Self-reported Score:
750 Q49 V44

## Fantastic Quant Prep!

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After studying using on my own and using other resources, my quant score was topping out around Q45/46. While I had heard of TTP through various online forums, it wasn't until a friend of mine told me her success that I decided to take the plunge.

Scott, Jeff, and team have done an amazing job creating this quant course. Target Test Prep breaks down the quant section into very small and digestible topics with detailed explanations and examples. TTP also does a great job highlighting the traps that you are likely to run into on the actual GMAT.

Additionally, there are quizzes of varying difficulty (easy, medium, hard) for each topic to test your understanding. The platform provides detailed summary statistics for these quizzes, which I found very helpful in identifying where my weaknesses were.

In the end, TTP helped me raise my score to Q49 on the actual GMAT. Highly recommend!