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November 23, 2020
urshi

Joined: Feb 21, 2018

Posts: 240

Kudos: 114

Self-reported Score:
550

Verbal score improvement

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Improvement 40 Points

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My verbal score was stuck since I was a non-native English speaker and I was not well versed with the rules required to crack SC .

The CR and SC tactics explained in the e-gmat course helped me pass through that hurdle unscathed.

Another struggle that I faced was with RC. I took a lot of time to solve the RC questions. Once I started applying the RC tactics suggested in the e-gmat course, I was seamlessly solving the questions well within a stipulated time limit.

The scholarium was very useful with the cementing quizzes helping me to bolster my concepts

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November 23, 2020
urshi

Joined: Feb 21, 2018

Posts: 240

Kudos: 114

Self-reported Score:
550

The best GMAT-like tests

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I took these exams 1 test a day for 26 days and reached a score of 50.
It has amazing analytics to gauge your strengths and weaknesses. This helped me improve my quant and verbal skills and also pin-pointed my flaws in verbal accurately.
Review each and every question and make your own quizzes for the weak areas. After the end of all practice questions, I feel much more confident in Quant now. The questions are close to what the actual GMAT asks or maybe even tougher.

Without any second thoughts, go ahead and subscribe to the GMAT club test and get the most that is possible.

All the best for your GMAT.

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