You are correct that the e-GMAT
RC course is quite new - in fact its only 2 months old. Yet, we have had quite a few success stories (over 10 in May). We are still in the process of publishing those interviews. However, every e-GMAT
course goes through alpha and beta trials and below is some of the feedback from our beta trial users.
When you choose a course, you should look for a few things:
1. Coverage of concepts
: Does the course cover all the concepts. For example, does the course teach the various kinds of inferences tested on the GMAT, talk about how to approach application questions, details questions etc - not just by solving some passages but using a much more fundamental approach.
2. Does the course have practice exercises
: The e-GMAT
course has 35 passages (we are adding more soon) and overall 170+ practice questions. These are passages that the e-GMAT
team has created.
3. Does the course come with support
: Every RC concept in e-GMAT
course has its its own dedicated forum. So you not only learn from your doubts but also from queries posted by your fellow GMATers.
4. The overall quality
: Take the fee trial and gauge the quality.
5. Target audience
: A often ignored but very important factor. Our courses are designed for non-natives. We validate their efficacy by involving alpha and beta testers and because of such exhaustive testing we have a very high hit rate with non-natives.
Below are a few more reviews by our Beta trial users. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bP6aD7ibrAhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4uZchV30xs
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