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Do I get both GMAT quant and GMAT verbal in all TTP plans?
Yes. All TTP plans include our award-winning GMAT quant course as well as our GMAT verbal course, which is currently in Pre-Launch.
If TTP GMAT verbal is still in Pre-Launch, how effective is it?
TTP verbal will be a game-changer for you. At present, we offer comprehensive SC and CR materials, including 400+ instructor-led videos and 950+ practice questions and we're adding more content each week!
Is TTP also effective for non-native English speakers?
Absolutely. Regardless of whether english is your native language, if you complete the ttp GMAT course, you will see a significant improvement in your GMAT score.
How close are TTP questions to actual GMAT questions?
Super close. TTP questions are meticulously written to test exactly the same skills tested by the GMAT. When you prep with us, you get everything you need and nothing you don’t.
How hard are TTP questions?
The questions you see in the course will be appropriately selected for you on the basis of your score goal. We utilize questions from very, very easy (sub-500 level questions) to very, very hard (750+ level questions), and everything in between.
What payment methods do you accept?
We currently accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover. You can pay using a credit card or debit card that has any of those logos. If you live outside of the United States, you may need to call your bank to request that it allow the transaction.
Do you store my credit card information?
No. All transactions are securely encrypted and handled by recurly. We do not store your credit card information.
Will I be automatically billed after my 5-day trial period ends?
Never. If you’d like to continue using ttp after your 5-day trial ends, you can choose to upgrade to the flexible Study, dedicated Study, or maximum learning plan. We won’t auto-bill you.