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Interested in e-GMAT [#permalink] New post 19 Aug 2013, 04:59
Dear e-GMAT team,

I am interested in taking up your course and have a couple of queries:

1. What are the major differences between Verbal Online and Verbal Live Prep?
2. Can you share the course time table?

I am a retaker (last attempt was 630, V29,Q47) and wish to re write the exam around mid September this year.

P:S- I can find the differences between the courses enlisted in your website. However, would appreciate some further details and explanation around them eg. is there a general categorization in terms of people taking up these respective courses? I have improved my verbal on my own accord to around 33/34 and need the final jump to get it past 40. Will Verbal Online suffice for me or should I take up Verbal Live Prep?


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Re: Interested in e-GMAT [#permalink] New post 19 Aug 2013, 12:09
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Dear Argha,

Please read below to understand the difference between Verbal Live Prep and Verbal Online offerings.

Verbal Online costs $199 and includes all our e-Learning courses in SC, CR, RC, and Integrated Reasoning. Basically, the free trial that you have been going through is a part of Verbal Online. Click hereto know more about Verbal Online.

Verbal Live Prep includes everything that Verbal Online offers and adds 36 hours of live sessions. So essentially, Verbal Live Prep = Verbal Online + 36 hours of live sessions + recordings of the live sessions. In addition, Verbal Live Prep also includes are unique workshops on GMAT SC and GMAT Verbal. For re-takers, Verbal Live Prep also offers a 4-point score improvement guarantee. Click hereto know more about Verbal Live Prep.

Both courses are excellent choices and have produced great success. Verbal Online is the world’s most reviewed online course. Hereis one of the many Verbal Online successes. Similarly here is a Verbal Live Prep success story.

How to choose?

Here is some information that can help you make the selection for the appropriate course.

Verbal Online is designed for those students who can study on their own and do not need any guidance other than getting their doubts cleared. Think of it as a course that is 5X more effective and comprehensive than the best book out there and that allows you to get your doubts addressed by the course creators themselves. Note - most people complete the course in <30 days.

Verbal Live Prep is the world's most comprehensive classroom course. The course is designed to instill a discipline in students that helps them work more efficiently towards their target score. The course helps you at every step, starting from defining your GMAT strategy (through our strategy sessions) to learning all the concepts (through our Verbal Online component of the course) and corresponding application (through the live sessions) and culminating at sessions that help you put your best foot forward as you take the exam (through our workshops and tactical strategy sessions). Note - most people complete the course in 40 days.

We have had as many success stories from VLP as we have had from VOnline.

Let me know if the above helps.


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Re: Interested in e-GMAT [#permalink] New post 20 Aug 2013, 19:00
Dear Rajat,

Thank you for your exhaustive response.

It does help me take an informed decision.


Re: Interested in e-GMAT   [#permalink] 20 Aug 2013, 19:00
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