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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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great
August 09 | 2016
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     By pranshujain 0 0
Verified Score:

690

Q48

V35

Improvement:

50 Points

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

e-gmat course is great. if u want to just brush up your basis or get multiple practice questions this is the course for you. excellent customer service .. the questions are available from all sections of maths and the scholarium is just great. i wanted to improve my quant score and this course helped me do just that.
even if you are unable to complete the course within a defined period, the e-gmat team generously extends your deadline provide you give them an exact exam date. also the support team replies to your queries within a couple of days which i personally feel is a very quick response time.

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     By agnishghatak 3 0
Verified Score:

700

Q48

V38

Improvement:

N/A

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

I started my GMAT prep with the usual Manhattan & OG, followed by Magoosh. However,my verbal score hit a plateau score of 34-35, even after giving considerable hours of practice. Going through the gmatclub website, I found good reviews of e-gmat, and decided to sign up for the free account. I instantly felt the effectiveness of the course structure.

This was when I saw the 2 strategy webinars by Rajat, and was strongly motivated with an aim to score 750+. This was when my appointment was 15 days later. After some emails to understand the structure, I completed the SC course within 10 days.
Not only was I able to select the correct answers, but the approach enabled me to justify why the rest options were wrong. This was a huge confidence booster.

While I couldn't complete the CR and RC sections at the time, I felt that these equally well structured and effective. My GMAT score on 9th September'15 was 700, with a verbal score of 38.

The second best thing I like about e-gmat, is that they understand and empathize with students, and are extremely flexible. My request to pause the account was instantly approved, and I have resumed my preparation again. Moreover, after my subscription expired, my request for an extension was also accepted.

My suggestion to the students presently thinking about giving their gmat, is to watch the 2 strategy webinars, as all your doubts regarding the test will vanish. Also, once you start using e-gmat, follow their advice throughout, including solving the OG questions after each module.

Have registered for a retake on 4th September, and hope to score 750 this time.

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Lot of Positives!
August 04 | 2016
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     By tanmay12 0 0
Self-reported Score:

700

Q48

V38

Improvement:

N/A

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

I'm a non native, schooled and educated in English. I have been working for almost 3 years now and recently, decided to write the GMAT. My work schedule makes it difficult for me to travel to a physical class and I wanted an online course that helps me improve my concepts. I gave the eGMAT Verbal Online a try. Here's my analysis :

For each topic, using eGMAT's course material and following these 4-steps rigorously helped me immensely :
1. The video lessons built a strong foundation of GMAT English in an extremely organized manner
2. Testing skills learnt in their application files (questions to specifically test those topics, irrespective of solid understanding of any other topic) - This really helps if you're completely out of the zone and find yourself struggling with different other parts. Their solutions are detailed video solutions. There's also a forum on the question itself where you can read / post doubts on the particular question.
3. The GMAT OG (Multiple years) / Verbal Review (Ed 2) question list for each topic : This helps you gain confidence on OG questions and post-analysis helps you get in the zone!
4. Scholarium : If you're not timing yourself well on GMAT OG - The scholarium comes to your rescue. You can design your own test - pick the number of passages, CR questions, RC questions. It recommends you a time, but you can keep it above average at the start and reduce it gradually as you get better.
5. GMAT involves a lot of reading and from what I hear BSchool too - the course has a LOT of articles. It's good reading practice specially if you're not in a reading habit anymore (The articles are GMAT specific topic, not general pieces)

Individual Sections
1) SC : For me, this section helped me the most. My accuracy shot up pretty soon. The detail with which each topic is covered seems just right. To keep up with the older topics, I kept attempting unattempted OG/VR2 questions randomly to identify pain points. The scholarium comes to the rescue as well.
2) CR : I was falling for a lot of traps that were being laid out. A lot of people kept telling me that CR skills don't improve soon, which made me skeptical of whether I could improve. After getting done with the topics, I could see myself classifying the questions into an assumption, flaw etc. (which I didn't do in a hurry otherwise) and started to pre-think before looking at the options.
3) RC : The CR/RC section in tandem made me understand structure of passages better, which in turn led to more time for reading and solving questions and higher accuracy.

I could see the results after covering a small portion of the course. The structured approach to the topics and the simplicity of the course is awesome. I CANNOT mug to save my life and a lot of notes online / material online and offline involve mugging rules, something I feel isn't for me.

Hope this review helped, hit me up if you want to know something else. Thanks!

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Thumbs up to egmat course.
August 04 | 2016
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     By jainpiyusha87 0 0
Verified Score:

640

Q46

V31

Improvement:

N/A

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

Hello everyone!

I took e-GMAT Course for both verbal and quant. I must say the approach these guys use to make you understand the concepts (be it quant or verbal) is unparalleled. Being a non-native, my verbal section was quiet weak in comparison to quant section. E-gmat helped me to revise all my grammar concepts to improve my SC section. The pictorial representation, using stories to build on the concepts, quizzes at the end of every topic helped me to engage myself completely in the topic taught. Their 3-step approach also guided me how to select a correct answer with confidence. In CR section (i found the toughest of the three) , egmat helped me to improve my accuracy using their structured approach. Quant section in this course is pretty tough.People who have weak basic fundamentals will find their videos quite impressive as they start from square one. Most Quant ques in their scholaranium are of 700-800 level. They have very structured solutions which helped me in understanding "How to approach a particular question" and breaking down the question stem into small and easy parts.
Coming to their the customer support , all my queries were timely addressed and a detailed and apt answer to all my doubts was provided throughout the course. Though they have more than required amount of questions in their scholaranium, they do not have full-length practice test to estimate your overall GMAT performance. I would say, this is the only drawback which i found using this course. Except this, everything is superb.
To sum up, i think there can be no better course than E-gmat to nail the exam and achieve your targeted score.

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E-GMAT Verbal Live perp
August 03 | 2016
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     By karan14 20 2
Self-reported Score:

660

Q49

V31

Improvement:

150 Points

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

The e-gmat verbal live prep helps in enhancing the required skills for GMAT.Since I am a non native i find egamt very helpful.
The best product available in market so far.
The SC has always been my weakest point and i believe SC is very important for the 700+ score in GMAT. Luckily the egamt SC is totally technical and not much to memorize,just a good practice will help you a lot.
The CR is fabulous.I know i have improved a lot in CR with the help of instructors such as Krishna.
I believe non natives will surely find this course more than their expectations.

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e - GMAT verbal online
August 02 | 2016
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     By sudha105 1 0
Verified Score:

680

Q50

V32

Improvement:

80 Points

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

I gave my first diagnostic test in Gmat Prep and scored Q47, V26. So you can see my strength is Quant and my weakness is Verbal. So I searched in the GMAT club for the best online verbal course and found e-GMAT. It has good ratings and many suggested for the non natives. So I attended their free strategy sessions and enrolled for their trail courses. I liked their way of teaching and enrolled for the e-GMAT verbal online course. The best thing about their courses is that the course videos are designed interactively and you wont get bored. They don't use the grammar jargon's such as Gerund instead they use Verb-ing. The emphasis on meaning in SC questions helped me a lot and able to solve a lot of problems easily and also the pre-thinking approach in CR questions. I used to have a timing problem and after approaching the 3 step process explained in the CR and RC questions, I'm able to complete the verbal section in time. Their scholaranium is very helpful for practicing the questions. After the course my verbal score improved to 32. I would definitely recommend the verbal online course especially for the non natives.

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     By slamdamaze 4 0
Self-reported Score:

650

Q45

V35

Improvement:

40 Points

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

My background is engineering, both in Bachelor and in Master degrees. My assumption was that quant should not be any problem for me at all. Unfortunately, my first quant score was very low (Q45) comparing to peers with the same or similar background.
I was devastated and decided to try e-GMAT Quant Live Prep.
Along the way, I realized that GMAT is not an ordinary math test. e-GMAT has laid a great quant foundation and effective approach to tackle the problems. Though I haven't taken a real test just yet, I was satisfied by the improvement on accuracy. Again, thanks to scholarium.

Another great thing about e-GMAT is the staff. They are extremely helpful answering the questions I have. The response is extremely fast and comprehensive.

Please give it a try and I promise that you will get the result you need.

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     By slamdamaze 4 0
Self-reported Score:

650

Q45

V35

Improvement:

40 Points

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

My weakest part of GMAT has always been verbal part. Since I don't have much time to study because I was very busy with my work; therefore on-line platform offered from e-GMAT is extremely helpful. Prior to taking the course, I never scored higher than V24. After 30 days of strengthening the vital concepts with e-GMAT, I could raise my score to V35!
The feature that I like the most is Scholaranium system which allows me to track down my weaknesses and improve them immensely.

Another great thing about e-GMAT is the staff. They are extremely helpful answering the questions I have. The response is extremely fast and comprehensive.

Please give it a try and I promise that you will get the result you need.

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     By rohitmilind007ster 1 0
Self-reported Score:

720

Q50

V37

Improvement:

60 Points

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

I am a non-native English speaker. As an Engineer with good quant skills, i was specifically looking to improve my verbal.After my first attempt at GMAT i could manage a pathetic 25 in Verbal which hampered my chances of applying to a good B school.
After going through reviews of various online materials available, I selected e-gmat verbal prep course because i had heard about their great video lectures of SC concepts and " pre-thinking" concepts in CR. my verbal score improved to 37 and i would surely credit e-gmat for this change.
Let me share my experience of e-gmat. I will analyze my experience of verbal by further breaking up into SC, CR and RC experience

1> SC experience -If you don't know the technical grammar terms such as participial phrase, gerund phrase or prepositional phrase, don't worry at all . e-gmat has their own way of explaining these modifiers to the extent that you can clearly build your concepts. Their analysis of question while solving SC problem is a big take away . You should read the complete sentence rather than just the underlined part, a mistake that i was doing before .

2> CR - Pre thinking changed the way i used to look at CR before . Their analysis of breaking the argument into premise and conclusion helped me a lot. My accuracy in CR improved from 60% to 80% .

3> RC - the step by step method of analyzing a passage and summarizing it helped me a lot to improve RC. if there is any section of verbal which is very uncertain, it is RC section. Different level of passages from schloaranium helped me improve my reading speed and attack the questions in a better way. i could summarize the main point in my own words more effectively.

If you are looking to improve your GMAT score , why not join e-gmat online course and progress and improve at your own pace . Rajat and Payal are awesome and cool teachers who will make sure they clear all your doubts. their webinar are really helpful and i suggest people should attend some of the webinar .

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     By Freshstart 6 2
Self-reported Score:

710

Q49

V38

Improvement:

N/A

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

I want to thank e-gmat for conceptualizing and designing such a useful course for people who struggle with GMAT verbal. This course has helped me quite a bit in improving my GMAT verbal score from 28 to 38, enabling me to score a respectful 710(Q49, V38) in GMAT.

I especially liked their SC modules which I think is worth every penny. By saying this, I don’t mean that there CR and RC modules are not effective. They are very effective as well, but as per my opinion improving your sores substantially in CR and RC requires a lot of practice along with following the e-gmat methodology, whereas one can improve very quickly on SC by following their methodology with comparatively less practice.

The flexibility of an online course that allows one to work at one’s own pace also works in favor of e-gmat verbal online as an offering. There live classes are also extremely helpful as it helps one experience the live implementation of the concepts one goes through in the video lessons.

In summary, I recommend this course specifically for those who are looking forward to a quick fix for their SC woes and generally for those GMAT aspirants who are looking forward to improve their score in all sections of verbal and are willing to put in a lot of effort in RC and CR sections.

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