e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep Reviews
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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 – 60+ hrs of audio visual content, Proprietary framework for non-natives, 24-hr Expert Personalized support, Largest Question Bank (2800+), 12 month Grockit Premium membership, 5 full length Grockit GMAT CATs, Advanced Analytics for tracking performance improvement, Sentence Correction Live Sessions (15 hrs), Critical Reasoning Live Sessions (15 hrs), Reading Comprehension Live Sessions (6 hrs) and GMAT Strategy Live Sessions (6 hrs).

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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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Good course for non natives February 04 | 2016
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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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Value for Money February 01 | 2016
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Before opting for the Verbal Live Prep course from E-Gmat, I went through various verbal courses available online but none of them were as complete as the Verbal Live Prep from e-gmat. After going through the course , i felt nothing in the curriculum is left behind and i could easily solve difficult SC, CR and RC questions.

At the beginning of the course, a study plan is provided which helped me greatly in chalking out my own study plan. The concepts are taught using Audio/Visual files which are much interesting in reading plain text files. This leads to better concentration and better retention of the concepts learned. The learning process is well planned. After a series of concept files there are application files which tests the ability to apply the concepts learned in that section. The files may be revisited as many times as required. Moreover, the application of concepts is taught in great details in the Live Sessions and all queries/doubts are answered by the tutors.

E-GMAT Scholaranium is a wonderful tool that helps greatly in increasing the accuracy.

Overall, E-GMAT Verbal Live Prep is a highly recommended course to increase your verbal ability. Most of my friends who have cracked or are preparing for GMAT have gone through the VLP course by E- Gmat.

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Excellent course for non natives February 01 | 2016
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I would highly recommend this course to anyone who finds verbal section difficult.

I have witnessed a reasonable increase in my mocks score and a noticable decrease in my average response time of SC questions.

I haven't had access to the quant section so I don't have any reviews on that section.

I scored 26 in verbal in my last attemp. Currently, I have been scoring 36-40 in the official mocks. I am appearing for the GMAT later this month and will then write another review on my performance.

Their methodolgy is systematic which gives you great confidence in answering the questions.

Thank you very much e-GMAT team.

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Verbal material brings a lot of structure to prep! January 29 | 2016
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Hello all,

I am hoping this review would help some people decide on whether they want to pursue this online course for their GMAT prep.

I have had a long and ardous journey with the GMAT exam. I have had several (failed) attempts at conquering the >700 score but was only able to hit that mark after signing up for the e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep course.

The course helped me for multiple reasons:
1) It added so much structure to my SC preparation. In the past, I have used Manhattan's guide for SC but that really didn't help much. The reason why e-GMAT's material worked for me is because it has quizzes to test your learning after each lesson/skill. Every skill is tested before you can convince yourself to move on to the next. These regular checkpoints are crucial to address knowledge gaps. I felt that I eased through SC questions in the actual test because of this advantage. This approach obviously works for CR too. Not so much for RC, which just requires sheer, intensive practice and sufficient reading.

2) It also gave me a framework to eliminate wrong answers in CR. And that was half the battle won. The remaining half was really about applying consistent logic.

3) The live sessions connected to each lesson are great to add perspective to your learning progress. In these live sessions, if your performance in the questions provided is below the average of the class, then obviously you are doing something wrong that needs to be addressed. The tutors help you course-correct through these sessions. I liked these sessions and the recordings are available after the session for you to re-visit in the future.

4) Scholaranium is amazing. Period. Practice is really what gets you from Point A to Point B (better place to be). I analysed every ability quiz that is included in Scholaranium to figure out my weaknesses and develop a plan. Scholaranium is a great feature to enable this.

5) The Verbal workshop is pretty cool too. It is a tough test that gives you a reality check on your preparation end-to-end (CR, RC, SC). You can even benchmark yourself against your cohort to give you an idea of how good or bad you are. Of course, the GMAT is a test where you are against the GMAT. You aren't competing against the crowd. But however, this benchmarking helped me build some confidence.

Overall, great course. I would highly recommend it.

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Fantastic material.! January 29 | 2016
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I was having trouble with my verbal before, the e-gmat is awesome and a must for any person and after the course i saw 8 point jump on my verbal score .
the section on pronoun , modifier and subject verb error are awesome.
The SC section inperticular carries a great details of all the sections with examples and practice questions with the score which is really helpful.
one should really completed the section and see the improvement .do not pace yourself with the fundamentals just understand them fully and then focus on the OG and other official material and then try with the exam and review it throughly .

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E GMAT Verbal Online Rocks January 28 | 2016
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Before Signing for E-GMAT, I was bit confused initially about the on - demand Course, whether my queries will be answered, how will be the responses to my queries whether the content will be able to really help me understand the course and improve my score.
Moreover, Before Attending E GMAT, I Attended a classroom program in Hyderabad, Which did nothing to my confidence and I was more or less at the same place with nothing gained from that program. But E-GMAT has done wonders to my confidence just because they Made Sentence correction more qualitative by presenting the In depth explanation of Many concepts, To Name few of them
• How Ed modifiers are formed
• Relative Pronoun Modifier Modifying Previous Noun or far away Noun
I think they are available for free, guys if you just read them once , these article will change the way you approach these types of question. Before this I have read Manhattan SC guide, Princeton Verbal books But the way concept is present in E Gmat is Phenomenal, They don't just tell you the concept but they detail it to the extent that you feel comfortable and Interesting.
Enough About the SC but the way CR and RC is explained in their verbal online course is also very good. They try to channelize your thinking process towards the correct and with more & more practise answers start becoming oblivious for CR and SC Questions
I Would Definitely Recommend E GMAT Verbal Online Course to anyone who is non native and looking to improve his GMAT score.
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Mohit

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From 680 to 770 (V 32 to V 42). Thanks to E-GMAT January 28 | 2016
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After 2 unsuccessful attempts at crossing the 700 score mark.I scored V31 and V32 in my previous attempts. I decided to take a course for Verbal. But with the plethora of courses available I wasn't able to make up my mind regarding the courses.

I started self preperation as i wasn't able to decide. I leveraged GMAT club to look for answers to my queries. Although multiple users share their opinions about the answers, I found multiple contradictions in the way they applied rules .Apart from that this wasn't helping me with one of my majors concerns - Time Management.

However, I encountered explanations and articles from E-Gmat on GMAT Club. The explanations were not only structured but also put down with multiple examples. This greatly helped me understand the concepts with clarity. I was very impressed with the small sample of their teaching methodology.

I decided to enroll myself for the course after a month of self-preperation.

I loved e-gmat's teaching methodology. First we are explained the basic concepts and process of solving quetsions. Then we take a few questions to test our understanding. Then we are taken deeper into each question type and specific process to solve them. We are asked to test our understading at each stage of learning. This helped me ensure that I had a good understading of the concepts before moving on. At the end of each course we can take 5 miscelaneous assessment test with great quality of questions.

I was also able to pace myself as per my convinience as the entire course is online and provides multiple opportunities to attend the live sessions as well. The live sessions in particular were greatly helpful. They gave the opportunity to work on questions with an experts and helped to improve understanding.

But i have not come to best part of the course yet. THE SCHOLARANIUM and THE E-GMAT FORUM. Scholaranium provides over 600 questions with varied difficulty levels. We can take them either as timed sectional tests or as quizzes. Each test is scored and helps to keep track of our progress.

The E-GMAT Forum is also a great place to resolve any queries you may. Although the time for response may vary from 1 to 4 days, the responses are effective. Moreover, most of our queries are already answered.

One catch regarding the forum is that, we are only allowed to ask queries regarding official questions or E-GMAT questions. But in my experience, this methodology not only ensure that we solve reliable questions but also builds our faith in the E-GMAT process.

I was also given access to 5 "800 score tests" and "all gmat club tests". These two features along with Scholaranium and official guides gave me a huge question bank to apply and perfect the E-GMAT process. And by perfecting the process i was able to manage my time efficiently. In my previous attempts i was able to attempt only about 32 questions in the verbal section but by applying the E-GMAT process i was able to manage my time better and answer questions with greater confidence. I attempted 40 questions in the GMAT and guessed only 1 questions.

I definitely recommend E-GMAT to anyone looking to improve their Verbal score. I believe the course helped me overachieve with a 10 point increment in my verbal score and 1 point increment in my quant score (thanks to the gmat club tests).

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From 450(3years ago)-->to 590(GMAT Prep)-->to 700(Q48,V48) January 24 | 2016
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Before I started to prepare for GMAT, I have a chance to join E-GMAT free strategy workshop, which Rajat share his opinions on how people should prepare for GMAT. This session is really useful and I decided to enrol for GMAT live prep(E-GMAT courses for both Verbal and Quant).

Before I started the course I decided to took the gmatprep again to gauge my ability, while I already took it 1 time 3years ago at that time I score a dismal 450 but at that time my English wasn't very good, I didn't understand what's DS want from me, etc. so I decided to took it again to check my current ability.I got 590 (Q46,V25) while this improve a lot from last practice test, I knew that the road to 700 for me is sill a long way to go.

So I started my preparation in verbal, I've found that E-GMAT strategy for CR and SC is really effective.The interactive class is a useful way you to help you learn and the practice questions give you opportunities to practice concepts you just learned. I've found that E-GMAT concept files and practice questions complement with OG was enough for me, and due to time constrain I didn't attend their workshop, so I can't comment on those.

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e-gmat verbal review January 23 | 2016
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I have been preparing for GMAT on and off for sometime and i had difficulty in managing a very busy schedule at work ranging from 10-14 hours at times and devoting enough time for preparation. I gave my first GMAT test in march 2013 where i scored 640(Q45, V35).

Neeless to say i was very disappointed and decided to give it a second try. I have registered for e-gmat courses and found their video lessons to be very helpful especially the verbal courses. I have tried several other reputed course material which are also good, but I found e-gmat method of video lessons to be especially helpful for somebody who is having a hard time concentrating after a very long day at work. Since i haven't been able to give my exam on time, they have been gracious enough to extend my registration till the end of my GMAT exam. I hope to revisit and give another update after my GMAT is done.

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