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August 05, 2017
vil1

Joined: Mar 31, 2013

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750 Q50 V40

## Good for Quant!

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GMAT club is a open forum where you can discuss as well as see the discussion of any question related to GMAT. Many experts have provided detail analysis of a question that will help you, because it's all about the right approach. Even though different people have different approaches to find the right answer, we should be familiar with all approaches because you never know which one you will have to apply eventually.
For quant anybody aiming over Q47, GMAT club tests is the right resource to invest in. Although Don't attempt if you're still a beginner . One needs to have good fundamental before they can attempt these tests.

October 11, 2016
vil1

Joined: Mar 31, 2013

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750 Q50 V40

## Exceptional course on GMAT Quant!

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Math Revolution has a unique "variable approach" to DS questions which are very efficient and quick way of solving DS problems. As it is with any unique approach, it takes some time initially to figure out what the approach is all about but once the core idea sinks in , you start getting the hang of what strategies and tricks are needed to accurately get most of the hard DS questions correct. Also, their support service is one of the best I have experienced and their turnaround time for my mails was really good. Their question bank including "Extra Ordinary" questions are most up to date with respect to similarity and type of questions I faced on GMAT exam. So I would highly recommend Math Revolution's courses to anyone who is aiming for Q49+.

April 04, 2017
vil1

Joined: Mar 31, 2013

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Self-reported Score:
750 Q50 V40

## Amazing course amazing results !

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Before enrolling in E-gmat my accuracy in SC used to be 60-70%, after a week or so into the course I was at 80%+ accuracy. It all started making sense why I was getting the questions wrong and how to apporach SC efficiently. The 3 step process worked wonders for me. The video format of the course is very effective and provides in depth knowledge of all the things you need to master SC. The course is organized and has a nice flow which helps you get the maximum learning out of it. CR and RC courses are way better than other courses I have come across. The overall course really helped me go from V28-30 to V37-40 range. So I would highly recommend this to anyone who wants to go beyond V37+.

October 17, 2016
vil1

Joined: Mar 31, 2013

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Self-reported Score:
750 Q50 V40

## value for money!

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Skill data review- one of the best features of Scholaranium. It pin points the area that you need to work on and areas that are your strength. This really helped me figure out my weakness in SC and CR. Plus the option of creating custom quizzes lets you work on those areas and improve.
Ability - the other good feature of this tool. Its darn close to the real Gmat . I actually got the similar percentile in each section as was predicted in scholaranium.
Takt time- last but no way the least , this feature shows how much time one needs to spend on question to get it correct. Ever since I got to know my take time for each section I used it smartly to approach questions at the end and skip on few and then work on few to avoid getting a lot of questions wrong in a row.
I would highly recommend scholaranium for those who have timing issues. This really helps.