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When it is free? See it here: https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-club-tests-free-access-on-holidays-88231.html
I really like it, mainly the quantitative part. Verbal (as even GMAT Ninja says) is really hard to make something close to what GMAC does: each questions costs about $3000
(https://gmatclub.com/forum/that-official-gmat-question-might-cost-286098.html). GMAT Club, while it is incredible great, could not afford such a cost.
Conclusion: if you are low in quant it is an excellent choice. If your problem is pacing (timing), it might help you also! Do not use no officials to see how are you improving, as they might mislead you
One should not use no-officials mock tests to see if one is getting better, but rather to train. That sad, I think that Veritas could be better and it was not improved much in the last 5 years or so.
1. They do not give you grades on more specific sub-subjects
2. They do not make analysis on your time
If they had those two things I would give them 5 stars.
(A review must be over 100 words, so I will tell my personal experience)
I've done 2 of their tests and will do more of them, mostly, the score is somewhat close to the real thing. I think that quant is much more similar than verbal is.
WOW, just WOW
I'm in love with TTP, not only it is easy, but it is FUN! I think that it makes my study at least 2x more productive. Try it, it's just ONE dollar!
I'm someone who has known GMAT for 5 years, and always wanted to find a course that could teach me just what I needed, TTP delivered just that. You can do exercises and see how you are doing in each part of each subject. That helps us train (and not study for the GMAT).
By the way, I don't know if this slogan is from TTP or from other school! =)
Ok, so first things first, I've received a V43, and GMAC does not have this number available.
Second, on quant I thought that it was a bit too lengthy, and would require way more work than on the real thing.
Third, on verbal I had 8 mistakes and got 43, This is a bit to high for this grade (one was experimental and I did not count)
In the analysis it is written in seconds, not minutes, what I find hard to deal with, furthermore, in the review table, it could be written whether the question is a CR/SC/RC, there is space to do so in the left hand side