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July 15, 2018
venky12

Joined: Jun 11, 2011

Posts: 37

Kudos: 11

Self-reported Score:
740 Q49 V41

Not upto the mark

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I had purchased the pack of 6 GMAT practice tests from Veritas for my preparation. I found the tests to be extremely inconsistent and did not have a balanced mix of questions in each CAT. Some tests were very easy and some were too difficult. The scoring too seemed to be off by a long way. I was consistently scoring in the 730-760 range in manhattan and official test whereas Veritas scored me 610-640 across all the tests.

Nevertheless, I would request Veritas to balance out the question difficulty and topic wise - which would make these tests very good from a time management perspective.

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April 25, 2017
venky12

Joined: Jun 11, 2011

Posts: 37

Kudos: 11

Self-reported Score:
740 Q49 V41

Excellent Course

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Improvement 30 Points

Course e-GMAT Verbal Online

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I enrolled for the eGMAT verbal review a couple of times and in each occasion I saw an improvement of 3/4 points in the verbal section. I jumped from 35 to 39 and 39 to 41 eventually to end up with a 740.

As a non native speaker, the online course helps understand and breakdown the problem for ease of solving. Moreover, it also helps a candidate go in a sequential order to understand / prepare for the exam and then attempt tests/ mocks etc.

I have known several other very close friends use these resources and I am confident that e-GMAT can significantly contribute towards a candidates score improvement esp after the 700 mark.

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July 15, 2018
venky12

Joined: Jun 11, 2011

Posts: 37

Kudos: 11

Self-reported Score:
740 Q49 V41

Decently Helpful

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Course Magoosh Premium

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Magoosh videos are structured to give you a very good preliminary outline of the otherwise scattered GMAT curriculum. Mike is comprehensive in his approach towards explaining the quantitative and verbal concepts. The content for quantitative learners is as good as you’ll get on the street, verbal is par (slightly lower) than other content providers.

I particularly like their approach of addressing GMAT as a 'logic' test - hence very good for beginners. However, for practicing on an advanced level, one might need to look at other resources too. Overall, a good buy for someone who is starting out with their preparation.

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