From 630 to 700 with Target Test Prep

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From 630 to 700 with Target Test Prep

by almarajr17 » Sat Jan 20, 2018 11:12 pm
I had the pleasure of working with Target Test Prep and one of the private tutors Jeff Miller for six months on GMAT Prep. Given my busy schedule at work I had to take a long time off the GMAT studying at one point but Jeff was able to bring me back up to speed really quickly through a focused program and I ended up improving my Total GMAT score by 70 points. For me as a student he ticks most of the important boxes: He responds to questions very quickly, very flexible to schedule time with, can simply very hard concepts, is able to design study plans specific to your weaknesses, will up with you regularly and keep you on schedule, is someone who is very motivating and encouraging and knows the GMAT really well. Certainly one of the best choices I made as I was studying for the GMAT was signing up with Jeff and Target Test Prep.

The Target Test Prep online program is very easy to use and prepares you really well for the main things tested on the exam. I tried two other providers before this and felt this program was the most comparable and relevant to the real exam questions. They didn't overcomplicate the concepts. Really happy with my experience and highly recommend them. They have a ton of questions and most of them are very similar to what I faced in the exam. Each question they have online is linked to a concept that its testable. So if you don't get this concept right the program will allow you to practice a ton more questions on the same topic and will also provide you with videos and notes for further understanding. You can also easily track your progress and get your performance analyzed in detail using their program. It was really helpful to me to understand where my weaknesses were and work on improving them.