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World's first prep course designed to help non-natives level the playing field and score higher on GMAT Verbal. e-GMAT's methods and strategies help non-natives improve 5+ points on GMAT Verbal.  Includes Basic & Advanced Concepts – 30+ hrs of audio visual content, Proprietary framework for non-natives, 24-hr Expert Personalized support, Largest Question Bank (200+) and GMAT Strategy Live Sessions (6 hrs). Get a great deal on e-GMAT courses with GMAT Club

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Fabulous Verbal Course February 11 | 2016
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This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep | Location: Online | Taught by: Payal Tandon

Prior starting GMAT preparation, I had a chance to join e-gmat free strategy workshop, which Rajat shared his opinions on how GMAT aspirants should prepare for exam. The session was really useful to me. Later, I decided to enrol for e-gmat verbal live prep.
Once I started verbal preparation, I've found that e-gmat strategy taught for SC and CR is very effective. Initially, it was bit hard to follow but over the time I made a routine to follow the instruction and it became easy. The live session is very useful place to learn from other attendees. It helps you learn, practice questions, and gives you opportunities to practice concepts you just learned. I have found that e-gmat concept files and practice questions tests your understanding and application of those concept. E-gmat strategy teaches you how to eliminate wrong answers in SC. My favourite part was modifier. I did not have clear understanding of modifier prior taking e-gmat verbal live prep.
The course not only has helped in verbal preparation but also to write better English at work. I highly recommend the course who are planning to take GMAT.

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Amazing Course Content February 11 | 2016
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This review is for: e-GMAT Quant Live Prep | Location: Online | Taught by: Krishna Chaitanya

Initially, I joined as a guest and I was given access to quant live prep trial to get an insight of the course structure. I am currently preparing for GMAT and have enrolled in e-gmat, Quant live prep course. I thought, I was good at math. But. I was wrong. e-gmat quant live prep opened my eyes. I realised quickly that I had lack of understanding of math fundamental.
Most of the course module checks your ability and tells you if you need to review the concept. Post assessment quiz assess the understanding of the module. e-gmat structured approach, study plan and the clarity with which all the fundamentals are taught is amazing and it has helped me to understand math fundamental a lot.
The live session is one of the best features of the course. You can review the recording if you have missed the live session. I have seen e-gmat updating its course content. Someone from e-gmat team always there to help you out if you have any query.

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Comprehensive Preparation February 08 | 2016
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This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online | Location: Online

I am yet to appear for my GMAT, but the resources of E-GMAT are very comprehensive and upto date.
The focus of the course never shifts away from the core understanding of the concepts which is the most important part in the preparation. The design of the course takes care of the understanding and the sequence you should follow for your preparation and you can trust it and follow it without worrying about a separate plan for your prep.

The free resources and webinars are a plus which give you a snapshot of their live programs. Due to time and other constraints I was not able to sign up for that, but would highly recommend it to fellow colleagues who want to max their score in the best way possible.

Best of luck to anyone who finds this review helpful and ends up getting a score they desire after using E-GMAT's products.
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Hitting 760 the first time! February 08 | 2016
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This review is for: e-GMAT Quant Live Prep | Location: Online | Taught by: Rajat Sadana

As an Indian Engineer giving the GMAT I was having mixed feelings about the exam. On one hand, I knew that Quant would be easier for me than most, whereas Verbal would be much tougher. There was also the additional pressure to score well since most of my peers would have scores well above the median.
As expected, I quickly picked up Quant never dipping below Q47. But Verbal was giving me trouble with my score hovering around V38. I knew that I needed help. I was introduced to e-GMAT through reviews submitted by my peers.
Initially, I attended one of Rajat’s seminar’s on Critical Reasoning. By the end of the webinar, I was totally impressed with his teaching methodology and insight while answering students’ queries. As the icing on the cake, e-GMAT’s pre-thinking method helped me solve almost every CR problem in 45 seconds. Even after crossing questions of 700+ difficulties, I found that pre-thinking helped me avoid the obvious traps set by the test.
After joining, I found e-GMAT’s question bank to be an invaluable tool providing the right mix of questions and testing all the right concepts.
e-GMAT is an excellent all round package – with one caveat. You need to have the self-discipline to practice what Rajat tells you and do your exercises. So as long as you’re self-driven and willing to put in the work, I’d say go with it.

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Good Course Review February 08 | 2016
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This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online | Location: Online

I have been struggling with my verbal, especially Reading Comp. I have looked all over GC for tips and strategies. But nothing seem to help. It was becoming really frustrating. So I decided to buy E-GMAT Verbal Online.
I would recommend this course for a non-native speaker. E-GMAT can be useful because after each lesson there are quizzes to complete. e-GMAT is an excellent source for Verbal. All the concepts tested on the GMAT exam are covered. The SC and CR are the best with explanations to simple as well as complex concept.
I have spent a good portion of today going through the Verbal e-gmat course. I have already seen an improvement in my understanding and practice questions both on e-gmat and in the OG

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Very helpful and so organized February 08 | 2016
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This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online | Location: Online

Before taking up the Verbal online prep - E-gmat course, I enrolled myself for the Kaplan Courses. Having nothing to compare with, I candidly followed the process they asked and materials they provided. I got a GMAT score of 640, although I was targeting above 700. Disheartened and upset, I tried to figure out why it happened, cause I had never put in that much of an effort anywhere else. This year, when I enrolled myself for the E-Gmat course, it was clear to me. There are so many things which non-native speakers arent aware of because it has never been pointed out. There is a structure and system to everything in Verbal. It is just like quants , logic, if it fits , there is a formula you have to apply. E-Gmat does this sincerely and most importantly gets to the root of your understanding. I wish I knew about the course earlier and didnt waste my time, energy and money on other courses. My fingers are crossed for my GMAT next month, and I definitely feel more improved and confident.

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E-GMAT's Verbal Online February 07 | 2016
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This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online | Location: Online

I have GMAT in August 2013, received a low score in verbal and planning it again in March 2013. with e-GMAT's verbal course, I already feel the difference in my prep levels.

the best part about the course is their process oriented approach to verbal questions. As you practice more, the approach is set in your brain and verbal questions become easy. All the questions in their Scholaranium are authentic and similar to Official Guide questions. You still have to remember a lot of grammar stuff though!! the Course is extensive with 24X7 online support. It has really helped me and I cant wait for my GMAT exam in March!

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eGMAT's Quant Scholarium February 07 | 2016
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This review is for: e-GMAT Quant Live Prep | Location: Online

I had the opportunity to try the Quant Scholaranium Beta version. At first I had no expectation out of these questions. But boy was I in for a surprise. The questions were of really good quality with a good level of difficulty. I found them to be more GMAT-like than the questions of a lot of other GMAT-Prep providers. Note that these questions are not for the faint hearted. Pick this course up only if you are already on the Q49 level but still want more. The 2nd best thing about Quant Scholarium is the explanations for the questions. They are not only logical but they also give you different ways to solve each questions. I used to even go through questions that I had got correct just to find out a more time efficient way of solving the question. The UI is pretty neat and they have done a good job by keeping tags for various topics, difficulty level and type of questions (PS/DS). This enabled me to target my preparation. I picked up the topics that I found difficult first and then worked my way down. The quantity of questions are good (711 questions and approx. 250 of them are categorized as hard) and should be more than enough practice for the exam. The option to flag a question is a plus. The 3rd best thing about Quant Scholarium is the analytics which is by far the best that I have seen. The Dashboard and the Skill Data tab gives some pretty neat analytics which help identify specific weak areas. The landing page calculates and displays various statistics that helped me to identify my weak areas. So, for example, I found out that while I was pretty good with Probability, I needed to work on Permutations and Combinations. The Attempts tab helped me keep track of my performance and gave me a “grade” of sorts (weighted average) of my performance.
All in all I am pretty satisfied with eGMAT’s quant scholarium. This course came at the right time and now I am more confident of “breaking” the Q49 plateau.

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e-GMAT - Best Course for GMAT Verbal February 06 | 2016
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This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online | Location: Online

Being a non native English speaker, I took e-Gmat's verbal online course after I attended a free webinar from E-gmat and found it helpful. The content of the course is very good. The course helps to go into details without making it complicated. The SC section is exhaustive and explains in great detail. Their approach to sentence correction is probably the best among all the prep companies. The practice tests in each module helps in fine tuning my preparation. I strongly recommend candidates to take this course to succeed in gmat's verbal section. They also offer some free concepts on their website where you can see first hand the quality of their resources.

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Good course for non natives February 04 | 2016
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This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep | Location: Online

Very extensive and structured approach to GMAT Verbal. Recommended for non natives, and for natives who are looking for a theoretical/structured approach to SC/CR/RC

I found the CR course to be helpful as there are a number of 'drills' per concept, enabling one to develop good 'thinking habits'. I would recommend the CR course for those who are beginning their studies.

Verbal Scholaranium is excellent as the questions are tough, explanations logical, and presentations clear. Furthermore, the explanations are provided in such a way that they are an extension of the course concepts - opposed to a short and brief summary of 'some' errors that many other test prep companies choose to provide.

Highly recommended

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