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GMAT 430 to 710: 280-Point Score Improvement With Target Test Prep

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:wave: Hello, my friends at Beat The GMAT!

By his own admission, Dan Cummins “used everything under the sun” in trying to improve his GMAT score. But with a starting practice test score of 430, he had a long way to go to break 700, and none of the resources he tried were making a dent.

It wasn’t until he found the Target Test Prep GMAT course that the tide started to turn.

“I started using Target Test Prep and I thought, wow, this is it, this is excellent,” Dan says. “It talked about all these learning techniques -- active review, spaced repetition … concepts that I needed to be more familiar with in order to succeed on the test.”

Dan’ persistence paid off, and with the help of TTP, he ended up increasing his GMAT score by a massive 280 points, earning a 710 on test day.

“The 710 surprised me,” Dan says. “I was more prepared than I knew.”

TTP’s revolutionary GMAT prep platform maximizes knowledge retention and makes studying simple and fun. With the TTP GMAT Course, students of ANY level can reach their GMAT goals. Here are some of the features that have helped make TTP the only 5-star rated GMAT course on GMAT Club:

:idea: Personalized study plans
:idea: 4,000+ Quant and Verbal practice questions
:idea: HD video solutions led by GMAT experts
:idea: Customizable practice tests
:idea: Intelligent analytics and error tracker
:idea: Live, online support from GMAT experts
:idea: 110-point score improvement guarantee

Ready to CRUSH your score goal? Start your $1 trial of the Target Test Prep GMAT Course today, and see for yourself why test-takers around the world choose TTP for their GMAT prep.

And for more GMAT inspiration, check out Dan’s recent interview with TTP on GMAT Club’s YouTube channel.

Let’s do this!

Warmest regards,