If you aren't using this great resource, you should seriously give it a look. I particularly found the counting and probability sections helpful.
GMAT Club, user: Purvil311, score: 730
I'm not a shill (you can check my post history), and I can't recommend this site enough. Really helped me go from 570 to 720
Reddit, user: gaymondboofstad, score: 720
Used this video course along with OGs and yes it did work wonders for me and I finally scored a 710.
Beat The GMAT forum, user: Kamakshi Chawla, score: 710
Gmat Prep Now has excellent content, which did what I was looking for.
GMAT Club, user: shankarram, score: 770
The Best site. Absolutely amazing. Perfect. Love the way you explain. Loving it. Thank you for the videos, it was so easy to understand the concepts. Superb explanation... thanks for the videos. Just amazing videos. Thank you for providing such a helpful resource! The videos were both comprehensive and concise., Thanks a lot! They have been a great help! A very nice series of videos, with some nice questions-problems. Thank you for the tremendous help and I really hope you continue your great work. One of the best sites I’ve ever come across... Awesome site.
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Brent Hanneson's GMAT Prep Now is fantastic. If there is one resource you want to use for GMAT preparation, then use this. Nobody will teach you permutation, combinations, and probability better than he taught me. He essentially boiled everything down to counting. Like I said earlier, he has mastered the art of simplifying GMAT material
GMAT Club, user: boskyie, score: 750
This site has videos for every concept tested on the GMAT and what official problems (and non-official) are related to those concepts. I like it for two reasons. One - it gives the official guide some structure and brevity. The practice problems in the official guide aren't in any sort of order, even though come concepts build off each other. Also, the official guide probably goes overboard with concepts. If you understand everything in these videos, you know all the math tested on the GMAT. So yeah just watch the videos and do the official/non-official problems associated with the concept. Videos are nice because they cut to the point of what exactly you need to know for the GMAT. The videos are short. Two- it's practice problem intensive, which if you haven't figured it out is kind of my thing.
Reddit, user: imitationcrabmeat, score: 760
Overall my advice to anyone preparing for the GMAT will be to use whatever text book you can lay your hands on and that works for some time but the kicker I find was using the GMATprepnow website. I signed up for it about 3 weeks before my exam and followed the outlined as much as i could. The videos were easy to follow and detailed, and in for certain topics the content was more robust than content in my text. I will also recommend doing the practice questions in order from the easy set to the more difficult sets. Within the 3 weeks of using the gmatprepnow course I was able to improve my scores from 600 to 660.
GMAT Club, user: tonabiyi, score: 660
It was like finding a treasure. The material is super and the links to questions are also mostly from the official GMAT.
GMAT Club, user: sumeetprof, score: 740
Overall my advice to anyone preparing for the GMAT will be to use whatever text book you can lay your hands on and that works for some time but the kicker I find was using the GMATprepnow website. I signed up for it about 3 weeks before my exam and followed the outlined as much as i could. The videos were easy to follow and detailed, and in for certain topics the content was more robust than content in my text. I will also recommend doing the practice questions in order from the easy set to the more difficult sets. With the 3 weeks of using the GMATprepnow course I was able to improve my scores from 600 to 660. I'd also recommend you take loads and loads of practice questions over practice exams. Set a schedule and an agenda for practices each topic, a study plan for the GMAT goes a long way.
Beat The GMAT, user: tonabiyi, score: 660
I used www.gmatprepnow.com purely to review. I can’t recommend it enough! The content on this site is very neatly organized and the bite-sized videos tell you just what you need to know for the test. You’ll find specific strategies for each section of the test, and those came in pretty handy today.
LinkedIn, user: Anjana Karumathil, score: 700
Guys, just wanted to share that this technique simply helped me to gain 120 points comparing to what I scored before, without extra studying. I have taken the exam 5 times and always had a problem with the timing - each time I had to skip last 10-15 questions to finish the section on time. I just finished my 5th exam, and so happy that applied this technique! Best of luck to everybody!
Your videos are amazing and your explanations and strategies are excellent!!
gmatprepow.com, user: GMAT2016
I watched the videos, retook the test and got a 610. What I thought was significant was that I watched the videos AND NOTHING ELSE. No more books. No drills. Nothing. I just watched the videos (which included working out the problems in the videos, of course), then took the test the day after I completed the last video. Amazing!!
Beat The GMAT, user: SoftwareDrone, score: 610, from a previous score of 430
Just wanted to say, thanks Brent for giving so many super awesome and helpful responses. Your CR series is helping me tremendously with things I had no idea about before.
Reddit, user: canwegoback
A token of gratitude to Brent for providing such smooth lectures, which are easy to understand! Great job! Thank you and stay blessed!
gmatprepow.com, user: Sadhvi
Brent has done a really incredible job. My accuracy in coordinate geometry improved from 20% to 90%, became more confident in other areas such as probability, combinatorics, word problems.
GMAT Club, user: gautam17, score: 720
Brent is a GMAT genius. His style is crisp and lessons are incisive.
GMAT Club, user: NoHalfMeasures, score: 750
The course is immensely great. Before I used that I was not even aware that there are only limited concept GMAT test and those concept can be presented so easily and so concisely, slides and videos are great.
GMAT Club, user: honchos, score: 710
GMAT Prep Now is an excellent resource. I used it to build my basics very strong. The videos are just awesome and I was able to increase my score by 50 points! Brent is the guy after the videos. He has done a fantastic job and is really helpful if you are stuck somewhere.
Beat The GMAT, user: melguy
GMATPrepnow is great because it has all your math and english material in video format so you see the instructor (Canadian guy as I could hear how he pronounced “about”) go through material knowledgeably and clearly. It was invaluable. It filled in the blanks for me in the area of sentence correction and some math content. I love video and audio learning so this did great for me. I fully recommend them for SC and Math.
Beat The GMAT, user: akeelaw, score: 590
For concepts and skill building, there are few really good ones such as Manhattan guides for quant and GMAT Prep Now videos (this one was insanely resourceful for verbal; this has got everything covered for verbal and quant with practice question videos).
Beat The GMAT, user: sidceg, score: 700
Gmatprepnow.com was a great way to review the quant and verbal concepts I needed.
GMAT Club, user: BrazillianPhD, score: 750
Thank you so much for these videos. I got a 6.0 (91st percentile) on my AWA after following your template. Cheers!
YouTube, user: Jatin Mehra
Although it has been more than 20 year ago, since I last sit math exams I do enjoy learning it again with these videos.
gmatprepow.com, user: Rashad046
Sir, the way you teach and your explanation are so clear and interesting that makes math fun for non-math student like me. Kudos to you and your teaching.
gmatprepow.com, user: sumee
Thank you for this really wonderful video course!
gmatprepow.com, user: helloksin
Just want to say you guys are a real blessing to GMAT takers. I wish you success in your personal endeavors.
gmatprepow.com, user: iamephraim
These videos are absolutely amazing! Better than reading any book. Videos are made so simple, clear and better approach is followed.
gmatprepow.com, user: suma
I just wanna say thank u so much for creating such an useful online course that is affordable, practical for anybody who wants to continue their dream. l am really appreciated.
gmatprepow.com, user: daisy
Thank you for these videos. They are by far the best GMAT prep resources out there!
gmatprepow.com, user: Winnie
Your videos are the best. Thanks for making it so simple!
gmatprepow.com, user: sukhjeevan
Dear Brent, I would like to express my gratitude regarding these lessons. They are great; so clear, to the point and with examples. Brilliantly done! Just know that your work is valued!
gmatprepow.com, user: Broekhuizen
I love the way you teach! Your lessons are very organized and methodical.
YouTube, user: VnDynasty