GMAT Verbal Workshop
Purpose of this workshop?
This workshop is designed to bridge the gap between your true potential and your performance on the real test. The purpose is plain and simple – to help you put your best foot forward as you appear for the test. Those who have prepared thoroughly will find that this workshop will give them that one last push they have been looking for – whether it’s taking a leap from V32 to V35 or from V38 to V40 or from V40 to beyond.
What is the format of the workshop?
The workshop will start with a timed (38 minutes) mini mock test containing 20 questions. Each question on the test is carefully hand-made by e-GMAT experts. As soon as you complete the mini test, you will receive detailed analytics about your performance relative to that of the group.
After the test, we will discuss up to 10 selected questions, focusing on how you should have approached them. We will make you think like an ideal test taker, helping you make crucial decisions that can have a major impact on your final score.
How is this workshop conducted?
This workshop will be conducted using adobe connect – the world’s leading online classroom – and our quizzing tools. We will use advanced polling, annotations, personalized chat, and a host of other features to ensure that this workshop is super effective for all.
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is designed for students who have 70% or higher accuracy on difficult OG questions. Ideally your verbal score in your most recent mock test should be in the 32-40 range (on a scale of 60). Students who are scoring less than 30 on their mock tests may find the questions discussed in this workshop too challenging.
Is there any pre-work required for this workshop?
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Experts for this workshop
Payal is the author and designer of the e-GMAT sentence correction course. She has written over 800 posts and numerous articles on GMAT sentence correction on GMAT Club and Beat the GMAT. One of her articles – 5 strategies that GMAT uses to change meaning – has been viewed over 15000 times. Her session on “Importance of meaning in GMAT Sentence Correction” has been attended by over 3000 students.
Rajat mastered the skill of taking standardized tests at an early age by scoring better than 99 percentile on most exams including the CET (Indian equivalent of SAT), GATE (Indian equivalent of GRE including technical GRE), and the GMAT. Rajat stands out as one of the two students in the country selected by Nokia Research (NRC) Germany for a fully funded Master’s degree at IIT Delhi and subsequent internship at NRC Germany. A born technologist, Rajat built his first radio using vacuum tubes when he was 13 years old. At Nokia, he built 3G Cellular radios (2000-2002) even as the standard was being ratified.
Rajat has authored 5 patents. Rajat was an avid cricketer and captained 4 teams. He has also played for the state of Nordrhein-Westfalen in Germany. Currently, he is preparing to run a half marathon.
A graduate from BITS Pilani, Krishna has always been a consistent topper in many aptitude exams, his most recent achievements being a 99.90 percentile in CAT and 99.94 percentile on XAT. Reasoning skills have always been his strong points and he loves playing chess. He also likes Indian Mythology. In his spare time he watches football, plays FIFA, solves puzzles and reads books, now and then. ‘The Peaceful Warrior’ is his favorite book.