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September 05, 2021
taha1234

Joined: Sep 27, 2019

Posts: 95

Kudos: 105

Good test center

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- Was the test center conveniently located?
The test center is easy to locate. It is near the Barakhamba road- metro station.
- Was it easy to find?
I have read the reviews of some people having difficulty in finding the test center location. The exact location is Ashoka Estate, 302/305, 24, Barakhamba Rd, Fire Brigade Lane, Barakhamba, New Delhi, Delhi 110001.
The only problem here is that there is no parking. I have to go to connaught place to park my car. This waste my time, although they still let me in.
- Were the staff polite and respectful?
Yes.
- What was the noise level from external sources (street, lights, A/C, etc)?
No noise and Ac was working properly.

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September 08, 2021
taha1234

Joined: Sep 27, 2019

Posts: 95

Kudos: 105

Awesome for Quant prep and Fine for Verbal

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GMAT CLUB tests questions that are more difficult than actual GMAT questions, but practicing those difficult questions push your quant score further. I have practiced their 600 and 700 level question and scored 48 in Quant.
I have given almost 90% of the Quant test and 50-60% of Verbal test.
Quant questions are created to test the presence of mind with clear basic concepts..needless to say, every question here does require skills to solve questions very similar to the actual test, thus improving competency in the quant section.

Verbal: I think Verbal tests are now becoming better in terms of the actual GMAT test. RCs are very good and are taken from diverse subjects. SC questions were, as usual, hard for me. CR questions were time-consuming. Overall a good feel and practice for the GMAT exam.
One drawback, I feel, is not having quant and verbal tests together but I think we can do that by setting our own time.

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