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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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     By kkchaitanyamail 0 0
Self-reported Score:

580

Q45

V25

Improvement:

N/A

Quant:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Quant Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Rajat Sadana

Hello all, thanks for viewing my review. I am a Gmat aspirant but unfortunately I was unable to score beyond Q46 in my two previous attempts. I have given a couple of mocks but never knew where the fault lies within. After coming across the e-GMAT's Quant Live Prep I understood that there is a score plateau and I need to visualise each question, follow specific strategies while answering the questions to crack Q51.
The course is taught in a pretty easy and understandable way and moreover the detailed analysis of the reasons for the concepts are very useful so they get directly absorbed into memory. This time I feel that I will be able to achieve my target score and I strongly suggest this course to anyone who wants to score Q51 or more in GMAT Quant.

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     By kkchaitanyamail 0 0
Self-reported Score:

580

Q45

V25

Improvement:

N/A

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Payal Tandon

I am a non-native of English and earlier I had difficulties in understanding the meaning of the sentences and to know what the author wants to communicate. My Gmat verbal score in my two previous attempts is V25. After attending the VLP classes conducted by e-GMAT's faculty I understood how to analyse a given question and answer it. I learned that the first and foremost criteria to answer a question is to understand the meaning of that. The three step process followed in answering the questions is a very beneficial approach and is simply amazing. As claimed in the course at first I felt difficult and used to take long time in answering the questions. But now I am able to analyse the question quickly, pre-think the answer to get the overall idea of the question and then proceed to answer the question. I feel truly that I am improving day to day.
Hence I strongly suggest you guys to take this course to beat the GMAT VERBAL.
The course instructions are very simple and its like you are taught by a private teacher and you can study at your own pace. Also there is round the clock support for your queries, and most of your doubts get cleared instantly by looking at the discussions at the end of each question. Moreover all you need is a steady internet with optimum speed. No wastage of time in commuting to attend the classes.

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GMAT Course Review
verbal for non natives
July 15 | 2016
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     By gpitchuka 3 0
Self-reported Score:

600

Q45

V22

Improvement:

140 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

e-gmat is the best course for non natives. I has a problem of identifying the basic structure of sentences and grammar. Egmat has a very clear structure to explain the basic concepts
which are followed by small tests immediately which gives better understanding. the IR section is also very good. CR is very easily explained.

Scholaranium is like icing on the cake. It has around 700+ questions and happens to be a good tool for application of concepts

I practiced CR from scholaranium and I felt that level of e-GMAT was slightly higher than the real exam. I think if someone is scoring at 80% accuracy in e-GMAT moderate levels of CR then the real GMAT CR should not be too tough .

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Review for E-gmat verbal
July 14 | 2016
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     By vemuluri133 11 2
Self-reported Score:

710

Q50

V35

Improvement:

N/A

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

When i was struggling with my accuracy in verbal section, one of my friends suggested me to try E-GMAT verbal course. I thought to give a try for it. At the end of completion of the course, my accuracy was improved to a good extent. E-Gmat verbal course is tailored especially for non-natives. This course really enabled me to solve SC questions within 1 min. The concepts and mocks they provided are really crafted with so much care. Those who are serious about increasing their score in verbal must try for E-GMAT.My heartful thanks to rajat for designing such a splendid course.

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     By thereturnoftheking 0 0
Self-reported Score:

700

Q50

V34

Improvement:

50 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Shraddha Jaiswal

I am writing this review in the middle of my GMAT preparation.
I had some personal problems because of which I was unable to write my GMAT but am going to give within 60 days.
My only intention is to help out students( read strugglers) who are not able to decide which course to take.
A little bit about myself first : I am an engineering graduate from India and have been working for the past 7 years. Getting an MBA has been a long time goal for me ever since I passed out of college.
I started my GMAT preparation some 3 years ago. I was very confused which course to take or which books to study. I consulted a few of my friends and relatives who had appeared for GMAT in the past and everyone gave a different advice.
Like most of the people I trusted them and ended up purchasing a different MBA prep book everytime. Despite studying hard it was very difficult for me to choose the right answer. I always ended up in the 'best two' options and 'unluckily' or whatever someone may call it selected the wrong one atlast.
After having spent a lot of time in preparing, I decided to go for the real GMAT and got a very poor score(650).
I knew it was not at all sufficient to get me into a good b school.
One fine day I was going through a review in a local MBA blog about e-gmat and their course material specially designed for non natives. At first I thought it would be another gmat prep. trying to make money and hence using a different marketing strategy.
Later on I saw lots of reviews some of which were very similar to my own preparation methods.
I attended one of their free webinars during a weekend and liked their way of teaching.
I finally decided to write them an email asking in detail about their course and fee structure and everything.
They gave me an option of full refund if I donot like the course material within 10 days of purchasing.
As I started going through their material, I found them quite easy to understand and very interactive. It was very similar to an offline tutor.
I have read every available GMAT prep. book and not a single book was able to make the grammar concept so clear as e gmat did.
Also, the way the course is designed, it maintains a very medium pace, making sure the student understands every bit of it.
It has not only taught me all the good things to do in the real GMAT but also the bad things to avoid.
Today having spend a brief amount of time with their course I can say it with full confidence that this is no doubt the best online material for verbal preparation.
I gave a mock test last week and saw a 50 point increase in my overall GMAT score !
Now I am very confident that I will surely score better than what I did last time.
However I still want to improve further and thats why giving myself some more time.
My very honest recommendation to all non native English speakers is to take up this course and your verbal scores will increase for sure.
The tutors are very promt in clearing all your doubts.
My special thanks to Rajat, Payal and Shraddha.
If someone has any doubts then feel free to reach out to me.

regards
Hitesh

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GMAT Course Review
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     By stons 3 5
Self-reported Score:

770

Q49

V46

Improvement:

60 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online

Just a few days before my first GMAT appointment, I came across the e-GMAT course. The free videos that they offered were really good and I had only wished that I knew about them earlier. After scoring a 710 on my first attempt (Q49, V38), I decided to buy the Verbal live prep course, which came with a score guarantee.

The course was well structured, content (videos + articles) followed by practice questions from OG and the e-GMAT pool of questions. As I was retaking, I was looking for a fresh set of questions and the e-GMAT course had really good questions that thoroughly tested verbal concepts.

The SC material is especially worth a mention, think SC is most rule based and it is about detecting patterns - which the e-GMAT course prepares you well to spot.

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A MAGIC COURSE
July 13 | 2016
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     By supersud007 0 0
Verified Score:

720

Q48

V41

Improvement:

50 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Rajat Sadana

I gave my first GMAT exam in May,2015 and got a dismal 630(Q48 and V 28).I was pretty dejected .I made a study timetable and decided to give one more shot at the exam in September,2015. Ended up with a 670 ( Q48 and V34).I decided not to give up and apply to B schools with the score I had. I applied to only 3 colleges, since I wasn't confident with my score and in the end did not even receive an interview call from any of them. In February,2016 I got a wake up call when my friends from college and work ended up with admits. I decided to give GMAT one last shot. My senior from office recommended this course.He told me this course works like magic and it had helped him score a 700 last September.I registered for the course(Verbal Live Prep). I was inspired by Rajat Sirs video and decided to approach the course in a disciplined manner.I followed their schedules and gave my exam in June,2016.I ended up with a 660( Q47, V34). I had too much pressure on me.I had told all my friends and relatives that I was giving the exam in June.I came back pretty devastated. I knew I could have scored higher but the pressure had reduced my output. I decided to give the exam till I succeed and keep this decision candid. I Went through all the videos again. Practiced problems based on the e-GMAT approach and gave the exam again in July,2016 .This time I wasn't stressed since there was no pressure on me so could perform well.I ended up getting a 720(Q48, V41).An improvement from V34 to a V41. I would like to thank all the e-GMAT tutors for their effort in creating a magic formula for success in GMAT verbal. The main mantra of the course is "Unlearn first your current strategy and then learn the e-GMAT style of problem solving". Although this sounds pretty simple, it will easily consume a months time to imbibe the method and make it part of your DNA. Rajat Sadana is a magician who likes to help his students get a good score.

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     By Vishal Kumar 2 0
Self-reported Score:

700

Q50

V39

Improvement:

120 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

Most of the GMAT takers from India struggle with the verbal section. After exploring on internet I enrolled for E-GMAT verbal course. I bet this is the best Verbal course available for the Non-natives. The way concepts are explained, it help in building a good base. Also what I liked the most is they have categorized the question types in each section and embedding explanation for each question type.
Any doubts were clarified . In all I should say a must for GMAT verbal. I am still to take the actual GMAT again , but now I am confident and in the CATs , I can see the improvement.

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worth investing
July 11 | 2016
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     By saharshbagaria 17 2
Verified Score:

700

Q48

V37

Improvement:

100 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

Verbal online is a very good investment. Even after reading from some resources out there,I was not improving. But the interactive platform of egmat and visual based learning, helped me learn in a better way. I did not need to learn the concepts,as they have lots of practice question which solidify your concepts. i would definitely recommend egmat if you are serious to do well in Verbal. Even the quants courses were good. Some of them were too basic for me, but the way they teach, a person without good base,can improve very fast. The practice content is very good.

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     By kanigmat011 341 10
Self-reported Score:

660

Q49

V30

Improvement:

50 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

EGmat provides good and economical verbal program.
Product covers verbal concepts required for GMAT.
Material is enough and adequate to just know the basics correct,though it can be a bit exhaustive.For non native speakers this product provides knowledge that can act as backbone for your sentence correction.
Concepts were explained like teaching kids at elementary level, so they are hard coded in your memory.
It has a nice ,user friendly interface accessible from all browsers.
The course videos are just too good. For the first time I was able to look at the question know what’s wrong and mark the answer straight away. This saved a lot of time. It basically showed me how to find the mistakes and how to correct them without even looking at the choices
Their 3 step process (Meaning analysis, Error Analysis, Options Analysis) I learned though the course makes SC seem more easier task to handle, and most importantly their approach gave me confidence to tackle SC.

EGMAT also provides you with forums where you can post your queries ,which are answered by experts.

Further suggestion for EGMAT would be to launch a advanced verbal course which can be used once user completes basic courses.

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International Student Score Improvement
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