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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 sudarshanpathi 0 0
Final Score:

740

Q50

V40

Improvement:

90 Points

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

I started preparing for GMAT somewhere in July 2015. However, owing to work pressure and other personal engagements I couldn't concentrate enough.
I wrote my first mock GMAT Prep Test on 18th September and scored a 650 Q 48 V 32. A miserable score considering the competition in India.

Then I kept studying OGs and other books but my verbal performance did not improve at all.

A senior from work suggested going for eGMAT Verbal. I was apprehensive at first owing to the price. But went ahead with it anyway. I must tell you that this has been the best ivestment I have ever made.

I bought the package on 20th October and appeared for the test on 15th November 2015. Roughly 25 days time for preparation.

I must admit that I had always been overconfident about my grammar but eGMAT helped me a lot to bring me to the level of confidence.

The sentence-correction module is downright outstanding. You learn in small packets that boost your confidence. The material is superb and so is technique that teach you.

Critical Reasoning is an alien subject for most Indian students (non-native English users). eGMAT helped me excel in this aspect. The various components of an argument. The question types. Elimination strategies. And most of all addressing the fear of boldfaced questions.

If you want to clear the verbal section of GMAT with flying colours take this course from e-GMAT.

If I can improve from V 32 to V 50 anyone can.

All the best for your test and prep.

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Go the Egmat Way!
March 09 | 2016
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     By prashish 0 0
Improvement:

70 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Neeti Sohal

I have been an e-GMAT verbal live prep student. I am a nonnative and have not been good at verbal skills.
I really had a tough time tackling SC & RC questions. One of my friend suggested me e-GMAT course and I must tell you, solving SC and CR questions in the egmat taught style is the way to crack it.
E-GMAT SC course is really amazing. After i completed the course, right away i was able to get 7-8 on 10 questions correct. SC and CR course taught me that GMAT exam is all about ability,really important leasson for Gmat exam, and that is the emphasis during its courses.
The live sessions gives you the real boost and confidence that you are going the right way.
I guess, if you are facing issues in Verbal section,without doubt,go the e-GMAT way!

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Amazing Course for Verbal!
March 07 | 2016
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     By prateek.d22@gmail.com 0 0
Final Score:

690

Q49

V34

Improvement:

50 Points

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

Hello! I would like to highly recommend e-GMAT for verbal course.
I started my GMAT preparation by joining a reputed coaching center. From beginning itself, my weaker area was verbal hence I concentrated the most on this section.

I would say I was doing fairly well by the time I was going to take my GMAT exam. I was scoring between 38-42 in all four GMAT prep exams in the verbal section. However, in the actual exam I had to settle with a very low score of V 29. During post analysis of my exam, I understood that my biggest fault was exam taking strategy. Other biggest mistake was my impression that my basics are clear in CR. However, I was really struggling in CR during the exam and surprisingly in SC as well, which was my biggest strength as per me. I understood that my basics and approach towards the problem was not correct.

I subscribed to e-GMAT Verbal course. The experience was fantastic. The interactive way of teaching with presentations was quite effective. All the basics are covered very nicely.
Along with that the teaching approach with "Pre- thinking" method is very helpful. Furthermore, the questions at the end of each topic and the detailed approach to solve the question helps a lot in understanding the approach.
Moreover, the question bank " Scholaranium" is one of the best things that I have found for verbal practice. The levels of questions are very good and resemble pretty much to actual GMAT. Along with that for me the biggest requirement was solutions to the problems. Scholaranium provided in depth solutions to all the problems with amazing "Pre- thinking" approach. I should surely mention the help we get from teachers in solving our doubts. The teachers are very strong and respond very quickly.

The result was a good jump to V34 in my second attempt. In my second innings also I was scoring between 38-40 in verbal section in GMAT preps but this time I was more confident in my approach to solving problems. I would say I could have got much better in verbal in my second attempt also but again I screwed up because of my glitch in exam taking strategy. But surely my confidence level and comfortness with questions were much higher this time.

All the credit goes to e-GMAT!

My first attempt score was 640. Finally scored 690. Split as follows:
Q-49
V-34
AWA-6.0
IR-4

Just two days back received the R2 results of ISB and have got admit in ISB Mohali.:-)

Thanks and Regards,
Prateek

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     By akashsriv1993 15 0
Final Score:

740

Q50

V39

Improvement:

N/A

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

I recently gave my GMAT and scored a decent 740 ( Q50, V39, IR: 6, AWA: 6). Although, I could have done better but I must say that this score wouldn't have been possible without e-gmat great verbal sessions.

I started my preparation back in October 2015 in a similar manner as any GMAT aspirant would. I took up the Manhattan guides for the Verbal section and went through each of them properly. Following this, I gave my 1st GMAT Prep exam and scored a 740. I was happy and thought I was ready to take the exam. I had bought a KAPLAN guide for practice and their tests. I decided to give a few before making an appointment for GMAT. I scored a dismal 670 in my first test and after analysis of the same, I realised that I had got only superficial knowledge in Verbal section. I went online to review a full courses and ended up taking e-gmat Verbal online. Believe me, but that was one of the best decisions that I made in my GMAT journey. Their courses are very thorough and the supplementing articles are very informative. Their approach to understand the meaning first of any stem was essential and it proved very useful.
Their approach towards SC and CR was really very useful and although I think I could have scored much better, this score wouldn't have been possible without the kind of resources that e-gmat provided.

Kudos to you guys!

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     By bissasa 11 0
Final Score:

680

Q49

V33

Improvement:

20 Points

Quant:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Quant Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Neeti Sohal

Although i was good at quant , but i was not able to score beyond 48 . E-gmat quant course helped me in two ways :

1. Revise all my quant portion.
2. Increase my score from 48 to 50.

This is definitely a good source to build your concepts and practise. the quant course is exhaustive and I don't think anybody will need any other books apart from the official guide. The UI is very interactive and you don't get bored while working on the course. I would say Egmat guys have developed a new way and innovative way to teaching.
Use this course from the beginning of your prep to gain maximum advantage. Best of Luck!

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     By bissasa 11 0
Final Score:

680

Q49

V33

Improvement:

30 Points

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

e-GMAT Verbal online course helped me build confidence to write the GMAT Verbal section . I understand the basics now . It provides a technical approach to non-native speakers in order attack the verbal section .I would say you should try this invaluable tool from the beginning of your GMAT prep so that you gain the most. The course doesn't bombard you with multiple jargons. Instead it provides it own naming convention which is easy to understand and can be easily put to practise during the exam. The course is quite exhaustive and no other material is required for your preparation apart from official guides. Best of Luck !

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My experience with E Gmat
March 03 | 2016
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     By ashitmishra 0 0
Final Score:

650

Q50

V28

Improvement:

50 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Neeti Sohal

Hi there!!
I had been contemplating to write this post for quite some time now. And after putting in months of effort in preparations towards the GMAT, I believe this is the right time to share my views.
I believe that this review is likely to help you guys in deciding on a Quality prep course.
Firstly, I would present a brief background regarding my journey into prep for the GMAT. I took my GMAT on 15 Sep 15 and scored a 650(Q50, V 28), which was way below my target.
After days of self introspection, pondering what went wrong, I arrived at a number of facts that helped me to improve my performance consistently over the next few months in the Verbal section, without letting the guard down in the Quant.
The greatest reason for my respectable quant score was PRACTICE and ONLY PRACTICE. There is no greater GURU MANTRA to the fact that PRACTICE makes you PERFECT or at least pushes you to closer to your target score. The fact that I never felt comfortable with Verbal made me sway towards my stronger sections(Quant). Sometimes, I felt that I would rather attempt four Quant sections back to back rather than face one Verbal section. Thus, I inferred the only reason for my low Verbal Score was lack of practice.
I had read some great reviews for the E Gmat Verbal Live prep course and I chose the same as a companion in the prep journey. Looking back I feel that, it was a right decision to enroll for the course and the results seem much apparent now. Not only have I developed a stronger accuracy but also developed an understanding on the concepts tested. I strongly recommend the course to anyone out there contemplating on “which course to choose”. I recommend the course because of the following reasons:-
A) Concept Building. The course is very well structured and the concepts that are taught in the course do not leave any page unturned. At the end of the course one is equipped with all the ammunition one needs to attack the real test.

B) Live sessions. This is probably the most useful feature which help one bridge one’s gap in prethinking. These sessions add such an intangible skill to one’s approach to question that it cannot be over emphasized.

C) Scholorarium. This question bank is a resourceful tool that takes one further closer to a great score by ensuring adequate QUALITY practice.

D) Commendable customer support. The E-Gmat team is a great team. They were keen in addressing any issues faced by me in the quickest possible time. The company accords priority to students over business. So it has been a very satisfactory experience for me.

My last words of advice are as follows. Its true that Practice is important but it’s very important to remember that GMAT is a time bomb. Had one had an entire day, one would have scored a perfect 800. But working in time pressure is equally important. Therefore :-

(a) Practice to build accuracy first and not timing.
(b) Practice till prethinking becomes a second nature to you.
(c) If you are starting to prepare, don’t pick up “Wren and Martin”(I see many of my friends doing that). It’s a waste of time. The content of the course is adequate to get you to your dream score.
(d) Building concepts is as equally important as practice, so ensure that all gaps in your understanding are addressed before moving to scholorarium.
(e) Don’t let your guard down in your strongest areas. For example if you are good in Quant or Sentence correction, don’t stop practicing them but maintain your accuracy in those sections. You will realize that concentrating on your strengths will help you save time in the test for the difficult sections.
(f) Lastly, consistency is the key, practice daily and “Thou shalt fathom the unbelievable”

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e-GMAT Quant Live Prep
March 01 | 2016
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     By pasayatpravat 0 0
Final Score:

630

Q48

V28

Improvement:

N/A

Quant:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Quant Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Krishna Chaitanya

I signed up e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep in Sep 2015. The main reason that I chose it was because of very positive reviews. "Best live course", "Huge improvement in quant skills", "methodical approach for problem solving" etc. These advertisements and reviews really attracted my attention. I was not in touch with Quant for a long time a non-native and I wanted to improve my Quant score. So I decided to buy the course. Now, when going through the course, I can see what did I miss in my first attempt. I will share some positive aspects of this course.
1. Provides a very well structured study plan with concepts and quizzes for each section. (This may be useful for anyone who lacks discipline)
2. Comes with free mock exams that can generate performance analytical reports. (However, the timer doesn't work well, leading to wrong timings of your response time)
3. The e-GMAT time was kind enough to extend my course when I couldn't finish it in time. (The login was valid for about 6 months and they extended it for 1 month)

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e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
March 01 | 2016
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     By pasayatpravat 0 0
Final Score:

630

Q48

V28

Improvement:

N/A

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Krishna Chaitanya

I signed up e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep in Sep 2015. The main reason that I chose it was because of very positive reviews. "Best course for non-native speakers", "Huge improvement in verbal scores" etc. These advertisements and reviews really attracted my attention. I'm a non-native English speaker and I want to improve my verbal score. So I decided to buy the course. Now, when going through the course, I can see what did I miss in my first attempt. I will share some positive aspects of this course.
1. Provides a very well structured study plan with concepts and quizzes for each section. (This may be useful for anyone who lacks discipline)
2. Comes with free mock exams that can generate performance analytical reports. (However, the timer doesn't work well, leading to wrong timings of your response time)
3. The e-GMAT time was kind enough to extend my course when I couldn't finish it in time. (The login was valid for about 6 months and they extended it for 1 month)

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e-GMAT Verbal Online Review
March 01 | 2016
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     By LeoN88 2 5
Improvement:

N/A

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

I am yet to take the GMAT exam, it's scheduled on 2nd of April '16. What I particularly liked about the course is the format in which the content is presented to the user. It's goal oriented and one can't jump into the next content without successfully finishing the present module. I really loved this because it aligns to my style of learning. I chose this product, I'm a non-native speaker, based on the reviews on given on GC and would request all the aspirants to check it out on https://e-gmat.com/buy/#GMAT-Verbal-Prep The team will revert in one working day. Thank you.

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