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4.5 for SC content
2.5-3.0 for RC and CR content.
I used the e-GMAT SC module for my GMAT prep. The SC course is good but the software/platform is extremely buggy. I kept logging out and had a lot of time logging back in.
The concepts are easy to understand and the tests in between drill them down. Since the course is not comprehensive, I supplemented it with other materials.
I was not that impressed with the RC and CR courses. I pretty much prepared for that using other materials.
I was good in Quant and hence didn't use their Quant courses.
Target Test Prep was crucial to help get my initial GMAT score 700 and to improve it to 760 (Q50).
When I started studying for the GMAT, I was 7 years out of college and most of the concepts were long forgotten. The TTP interface is phenomenal and breaks out hard concepts in an easy to understand format. The analytics feature was also helpful to understand which areas I needed to focus on more. Finally the many problem set drills from easy problems to really difficult problems helped build a strong foundation. If you need a high GMAT score, make sure that you sign up for Target Test Prep. You wont regret it.
I took the Magoosh Premium course. The content is good, but I wished that after each module, there were more practice questions. 3-4 questions dont seem to cut the mark. The concepts were easy to understand and broken down into different modules.
The Magoosh questions bank is phenomenal in terms of quality and difficulty level. I do wish they had more "mock tests" like Manhattan Prep.
I also liked the Analytical Writing section. I used a lot of tips to score a 6 in the essay.
Also as a note, I did not find the course comprehensive and used other resources.