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Target Test Prep

5 stars
(5/5) - 192 reviews
Joined: Nov 2014
Purchased Course: Oct 2014
College: Cornell University
Major: Fashion
Industry: Retail/Wholesale and Trading
Country: United States
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Road to 700s in just one month!

5 stars
June 18, 2015
Company: Target Test Prep 192 reviews
Course: Target Test Prep - Maximum Learning Plan 77 reviews
Teacher: Jeffrey Miller
Recommended forVerbal: No   Math: Yes
GMAT ScoresBefore: N/A   After: 700
In 2014 I studied for the GMAT with the help of Target Test Prep. Before working with TTP, I had interviewed three different GMAT tutors from other prep companies. I was most impressed with TTP. My TTP tutor Jeffrey Miller was a great teacher, who knew the GMAT inside and out. He was very professional and was able to clearly explain many different types of GMAT math concepts. He was patient and helped calm me down when I was frustrated. I also used the TTP GMAT Quant course, which is an online self-study course. Using this course in tandem with private tutoring was a perfect combination. I researched almost all of the GMAT prep materials on the market, and the TTP Quant course offers what is BY FAR the most clear and comprehensive discussion of GMAT math concepts that I’ve ever seen.

In the end, with one month of study I scored a 700! I am very happy to have worked with TTP and recommend it with the highest regard.

Joined: Aug 2013
Purchased Course: Jul 2014
College: Middlebury College
Major: International Relations
Industry: Other Non-Profit
Country: United States
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Totally Comprehensive Material That Cuts Through the GMAT BS and Makes It a Manageable/Beatable Test

5 stars
June 18, 2015
Company: Target Test Prep 192 reviews
Course: Target Test Prep - Dedicated Study Plan 29 reviews
Teacher: Jeff Miller
Recommended forVerbal: No   Math: Yes
GMAT ScoresBefore: 630   After: 740
The Target Test Prep GMAT Quant Course is easily the most comprehensive and thoughtful offered anywhere. By the time I had found TTP, I had used a number of other materials to prepare for the GMAT. However, I did not find the success I was searching for. Enter Target Test Prep. From Day 1, I could tell the TTP course curriculum was different. The entire “online textbook” felt both extensive and manageable. I scanned the list of chapters and thought “That’s it? This is doable.” I saw the road to a better score and I bought into their system. I didn’t work any harder than I had before I took my first test, but the curriculum forced me to work smarter by connecting the dots between concepts. I learned to anticipate answers and think like a GMAT question writer. I turned Data Sufficiency questions from obstacles into quick responses that allowed me to gain time back that I would need on the harder problem solving questions. Perhaps the greatest compliment I can pay TTP is that there wasn’t a single question on the actual GMAT that I wasn’t ready for. The test threw me all of its tricks, and I was ready for every single one. Going in I felt prepared. It should go without saying that the process was instrumental not only in boosting my knowledge base, but also in increasing my test-taking confidence. Although I spent almost all of my time with TTP on quant (aside from 5 hours with a fabulous verbal TTP tutor), I credit my improvements on math AND verbal to the TTP crew. In the end, my score jumped 110 points from the 72nd percentile to the 97th in four months. I credit the team at TTP, with taking my score to the level that I felt it should be. If you find yourself similarly frustrated with your progress on the GMAT, look no further than Target Test Prep. Spend the time with them and you’ll be amazed at how well you will do and how much they will take care of you as their student.