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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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Nothing Beats e-gmat
February 29 | 2016
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     By utsav786 0 0
Final Score:

700

Q50

V35

Improvement:

N/A

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

Cracking any exam needs a combination of skills ,temperament and practice, and these parameters become even more important in a marathon exam such as GMAT. The best part of e-gmat was the solid conceptual base for each of the topics in verbal followed by relevant examples.
The videos were self-explanatory and the live sessions acted as an anchor to reinforce the important concepts and their application.
I still remember my numerous doubts to faculties and their patient responses clarifying even the silliest of doubts.
I would recommend e-gmat to every serious aspirant if they are targeting a good score in GMAT.

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GMAT Course Review
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     By Kabir1330 0 0
Improvement:

70 Points

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

I am a non-native speaker from India working in an IT firm. The idea of giving GMAT struck me last year, looking at the options and prospects that open post MBA. Being from an engineering background, I was thrilled looking at the Quant syllabus and the difficulty level of the question in GMAT. I was quite sure I would definitely nail this exam , provided I put some extra efforts in the verbal section; something I felt I was not that confident about compared to the Quant section.
For the next 2 weeks, I skimmed through various blogs, portals, etc and planned a timeline of 3 months for myself, which I felt would be sufficient for me to crack the GMAT. Being a working professional, i was sure I would need minimum of this much time to cover and master the entire syllabus.
Quant was never an area of concern, so I just focused on the verbal section. I used the whole Manhattan series to cover the portion. To my utter dismay, I was still stuck in the early 600s in my mocks, even after going through all the concepts and practicing the OG completely. After 3 months of rigorous efforts, finally the date of exam arrived, and the result was no different from what the mocks indicated. Scored a 640(V28, Q49) I was completely demoralized and shaken, as I had never imagined I would end up scoring so poorly even after so much of efforts.

Post GMAT, I tried but couldn't stay away from analyzing what exactly went wrong in the process. I came across the forum, where I found reviews about eGMAT and stories very much similar to mine and how eGMAT helped students to make their GMAT dream come true. I signed up for one of their free trial lectures that happen on the weekend. The class was enough for me to realize that I fell short at so many places, even in an easy concept(atleast I thought so) like subject verb agreement. It completely made me look at GMAT exam from a different perspective. I couldn't wait , so I immediately reached out to Mr. Rajat from eGMAT, to discuss on queries regarding GMAT, and that very conversation on mail gave me the comfort feeling.

I immediately signed up for the Verbal Live Prep, that also guaranteed a point improvement guarantee , which no other programs or courses gives you. There are few things which I realized as the course progressed:
1.) Its not the amount of effort that matters, but the quality of learning . The study material is very enlightening and high on quality. I was surprised that there were so many things I had missed out in my 1st attempt.
2.) Heavy emphasis on application of concepts. The application files are phenomenal. There is so much of original practice questions, very similar to the GMAT level. Something that you wont find anywhere else on net except the GMAC OG.
3.)Flexibility due to access to video lectures online.
4.) Great support and concept clearing by eGMAT team. The weekend sessions and workshop are real eye openers with the discussions that take place. Lot of concepts get cleared.
5.) The whole team is so helpful and make you feel that they have taken up as their personal goal to make sure you cross the 700 mark.
6.) Scholaranium is such a value addition.

I have already raised my score from V28 to V36 consistently in mocks and plan to touch the 39-40 mark as I feel even this is do-able with eGMATs course material and support.
I just felt that this review would be very much helpful for all those like me still wondering where they went wrong. This course is an investment for your future, I believe.
Would let all of you know how I performed in my final GMAT. I still have a month left for that.

Cheers.

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Very efficient learning tool
February 26 | 2016
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     By akshaymisra07 0 0
Improvement:

N/A

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

E-GMAT verbal is really sound tool for all who want to improve Verbal part of the GMAT in short period of time.

Study materials are well sorted and delivered to users in a very understandable manner. Moreover, I personally enjoy the electronic format of studying instead of having heavy books. Reading the text from the screen puts you in exam format while studying, and that really makes you more prepared for the exam.

E-Gmat is the most innovative tool for the GMAT preparation I have met, and it is perhaps the best solution for affordable price available in the market

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e-GMAT - Simply Amazing!
February 24 | 2016
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Final Score:

730

Q50

V38

Improvement:

120 Points

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

After a failed attempt at the GMAT, I was desperately looking for a verbal course that could seal the deal for me. I had been attending the free sessions from e-gmat but since I was doing reasonably well in the mock tests leading to the exams (scoring in the V35 to V38 range), I never bothered to take up the full course. After my first failed attempt and a lot of agony, I purchased the MGMAT verbal books but even they could not help me build a strategic approach for the GMAT.
Finally, I subscribed for the e-GMAT course and it was a real game changer. With the initial lessons in SC, I started to feel the difference. With every section that I completed and with every minute that I spent on e-GMAT, my accuracy, and thus my confidence, grew. I knew all the right reasons for choosing or rejecting an answer choice.
I used their amazing resources such as section tests, blogs, scholaranium (an amazing tool for a SWOT analysis) and others.
e-GMAT is really an amazing course as it simplifies the most difficult of the topics and more importantly it helps build a strategy which I think is the key for the GMAT exam.

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GMAT Course Review
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     By abhinavyadav091 0 0
Improvement:

N/A

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

I took the verbal online course 6 months back, and this course has been very beneficial in my preparation. My area of weakness was the verbal section of GMAT. E-GMAT diagnostic tests helped narrow down the sub-topics that needed more attention.
My performance in mocks has also improved. There has been a drastic improvement in my verbal ability especially for Critical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension. I am still polishing my skills in Sentence Correction before I plan to take further mock tests
This ability quizzes are part of the Scholaranium tool offered by e-GMAT which gives the true estimate of your weaknesses by providing detail statistics. Also, for each attempted question you get analytics of the percentage correct attempts and the average time spent for each question. This quite helps in assessing the time we spend on each question based on its difficulty.
I will surely recommend this course to GMAT aspirants.

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GMAT Course Review
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     By duonghobach 0 0
Improvement:

60 Points

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

I have started preparing for the GMAT sometime around July 2015. At the beginning, I only used the GMAT Official Guide and some other resources (Manhattan GMAT) for my study. Having scored only 640 (Q:48 and V: 29) on my first GMAT test, I was devastated. I realised that in order to improve my score I had to concentrate my effort on the Verbal section.

Through my research at various online forums (Beatthegmat, Gmatclub), I found very positive reviews of eGMAT and decided to give this a try. It was probably one of the best investments I have made so far.

I bought the Verbal Online course which included separate study sections for CR, SC and RC. Having tried a number of other GMAT study resources, I have to say the Verbal Online is the most comprehensive GMAT prep for Verbal in the market. It is even more useful for non-native English speakers like myself.

All the study sections are very well structured. You will learn simple concepts first, followed by practice questions at the end of every module to reinforce your learning. Advance concepts are introduced later on and you can also practice the concept with actual Official questions. This method is very useful to build your knowledge and improve your performance gradually.

The best thing about this course is that it teaches you a consistent and reliable process to tackle SC and CR questions. For example, eGMAT teaches you to focus on the correct meaning of a SC problem and understand the sentence structure before reviewing the answer choices. Regarding CR, you need to understand the assumptions and pre-think the answers for each question. Once you have mastered these techniques, a lot of the tough GMAT questions will be more straightforward.

Since taking the course, I have improved my accuracy rate on in both noticed a significant improvement in my performance in both SC and CR. My accuracy rate is now around 80-85% for CR questions.

I totally recommend this course to anyone looking to improve their GMAT performance.

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GMAT Course Review
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Improvement:

N/A

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

Hi

I took the verbal online course 6 months back, and I can say that a lot has changed since then regarding my Verbal Prep.

I am yet to take any mocks, but I can say just by the experience that there has been a drastic improvement in my verbal ability especially for Sentence Correction (39% to 91%) and Reading Comprehension (from 48% to 78%). I am still polishing my skills on Critical Reasoning before I plan to take any mock test.

This ability quizzes are part of the Scholaranium tool offered by e-GMAT which gives the true estimate of your weaknesses by providing detail statistics. Also, for each attempted question you get analytics of the percentage correct attempts and the average time spent for each question. This quite helps in assesssing the time we spend on each question based on its difficulty.

I will surely recommend this course to GMAT aspirants.

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GMAT Course Review
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     By karan1990 1 0
Improvement:

130 Points

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

I took the gmat 3 months back and scored a 730!!(q49 V 40).I subscribed to egmat verbal online and saw the difference..This was my 4th attempt.Myverbal score was not moving beyond V28.However with egmat i managed to score V 40.The methods used by e gmat are just amazing.My initial score was 570.My weakest area was CR,but the pre thinking method on egmat just made it so simple.Eevn SC became very easy since egmat teaches you how to focus on meaning as well as grammar.Everything is so methdical,that it becomes so simple.I strongly recommend e-gmat to all those who wanna boost their score.E gmat is the best course you will ever find for verbal(especially for non natives)

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GMAT Course Review
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Final Score:

670

Q48

V38

Improvement:

N/A

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

I would like to share my experience on the Verbal Live Prep Course of e-GMAT with the aspiring GMAT test takers. e-GMAT's methodical process to attempt the verbal section not only breaks down the question for the test-taker but also helps us identify where we went wrong (this is crucial as later you can work on correcting your approach). Here's my individual take on the different components of the verbal live prep-
1. The lessons
The lessons have been broken down into simple concepts (20 minutes video). You start with real basic day to day examples to understand the subject. The concept is later embedded into your mind by applying it on small length questions. Only after you complete certain pre-requisites you are allowed to move further. (This again ensures that you aren't skipping the process and quickly skimming through the most important part of learning)
2. Scholaranium
In one of the strategy sessions, Rajat mentioned how it was important to test your ability and improve on it in order to improve your score. The Scholaranium tool does exactly that! It helps you identify your weak areas, and gives you ample amount of questions to improve on it. I have used other GMAT learning products but nothing has come close to Scholaranium in helping me identify my weak areas.
3. Live Sessions
These sessions play an important part in your step-2 of your prep. Once you have learned and understood the concept, the live sessions help you tackle 700 - level questions. The tutors break down the questions with such ease that you can't help but have faith in the 3-step process. :)
Another aspect that I really like about the live session is how the tutors are patient to answer every doubt and proceed only after the students have grasped the right understanding. In one of the sessions, we were made to write down the reason for the rejection of the answer choices. Shraddha went through every answer written down and gave us the feedback on whether we rejected the choice for the right reason.

The support staff is very co-operative in answering your questions. I had to unlearn, re-learn and then apply the 3-step process. If you are a non-native speaker, I highly recommend taking the Live Prep Course. The process of studying for GMAT has been fun.

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GMAT Course Review
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Final Score:

690

Q46

V39

Improvement:

50 Points

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

E-GMAT verbal is really sound tool for all who want to improve Verbal part of the GMAT in short period of time. For example, my result is from V32 to V39.

Study materials are well sorted and delivered to users in a very understandable manner. Moreover, I personally enjoy the electronic format of studying instead of having heavy books. Reading the text from the screen puts you in exam format while studying, and that really makes you more prepared for the exam.

E-Gmat is the most innovative tool for the GMAT preparation I have met, and it is perhaps the best solution for affordable price on the market.

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