Goldman Sachs Analyst Touts Benefits of the -- An Online GMAT Prep Resource for Aspiring MBAs

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Paul, a Goldman Sachs Analyst, is just one of the many GMAT test takers who is learning by word-of-mouth about a new online GMAT prep program at called the GMAT Pill Study Method. The site makes studying for the rigorous exam as quick and painless as possible. With today's competition for spots in our nation's top business schools, it is no doubt that many aspiring MBAs will benefit from this online GMAT resource. - The GMAT Pill Study Method

That's why I started -- to level the playing field in the competitive GMAT and MBA application process so you no longer need to pay thousands for a good score.

Paul, a Goldman Sachs Analyst, is just one of the many who recently discovered the merits of The GMAT Pill Study Method, a popular online GMAT prep program that helps students ace the rigorous GMAT exam required for most top business schools in as little time as possible.

Coming from ManhattanGMAT, Paul was disappointed he spent $1,500 on tuition. Although not bad, the course did not meet Paul's expectations. "After taking the ManhattanGMAT class and going through the material I just felt like a lot of it was not very effective. But then I came across the GMATPill and everything changed---I was very, very impressed by the personal, thought -driven approach of the GMAT Pill," said Paul, a Goldman Sachs Analyst and aspiring MBA.

The was founded by a popular GMAT tutor, Zeke Lee. His strategies were available only to a select few, but as word of mouth spread about his study techniques and strategies, more and more people wanted to learn.

Today, his program has opened up opportunities for students to have access to superior prep material at a fraction of the cost of expensive prep programs like Kaplan, Princeton Review, and ManhattanGMAT. "I used to tutor only the rich who could afford my $200/hr rates. However, I realized I was only helping the privileged rich kids get into the business school of their dreams. I wanted to help all students, regardless of economic background. That's why I started the -- to level the playing field in the competitive MBA application process so you no longer need to pay thousands for a good score," said Lee.

As a Stanford graduate and 98th percentile scorer in just 2 weeks of studying, Zeke created the GMATPill as an online GMAT video membership site that helps students ace the GMAT in as little time as possible. Unlike most programs that require at least 12-16 weeks, the helps students study as efficiently as possible and aims to reduce the time needed to under 1 month.

Paul recently approached Zeke for an interview discussing the merits of the GMATPill over other popular prep programs. Paul believes the videos on the GMATPill website help the student think through a question like Zeke. By watching the videos, your mind will automatically mimick the thinking process of Zeke's so that you can answer GMAT questions effectively.

During the interview, Paul says, "Zeke obviously figured out how to crack the GMAT and if you sit through enough of these video–there’s plenty on the site—you start to think like Zeke."

Paul is very glad an online gmat prep resource like the GMAT Pill Study Method exists to benefit aspiring MBAs like himself who do not want to pay thousands for expensive prep programs.

For the full interview between Paul and GMAT tutor Zeke Lee, visit


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