e-GMAT Verbal Online 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, 5 full length Grockit GMAT CATs, Advanced Analytics for tracking performance improvement and GMAT Strategy Live Sessions (6 hrs).

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E-GMAT Review
August 20 | 2012
8 out of 9 people found the following review helpful
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     By Anonymous 49 19
Improvement:

N/A

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

I signed up for the sentence correction and critical reasoning sections. It cost $119 for both. I would recommend this course for a non-native speaker but if you are a native speaker of English then I would not recommend it.

E-GMAT can be useful because after each lesson there are quizzes to complete. The quizzes re-enforces the lessons. I am a native speaker and I thought the course would be useful but after using E-GMAT I purchased Aristotle Grail, which was more useful. I did not use the critical reasoning section because I used Powerscores Critical Reasoning book.

Strengths:

• Covers key areas in sentence correction for the GMAT
• Re-enforces the lesson with quizzes
• Can use at your own pace
• Different levels to complete before moving to next one

Weaknesses:

• Fairly new company
• Found too many errors with the software
• Probably more helpful for non-native speakers (not necessarily a weakness)

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Superb SC and CR course
December 10 | 2013
7 out of 8 people found the following review helpful
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     By coolb12345 22 14
Self-reported Score:

700

Q49

V35

Improvement:

60 Points

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

I am non-native speaker of english and indeed ,till my higher secondary ,the medium of instruction was Hindi. So, in GMAT world my weakest area was verbal. I prepared with standard study material such as manhattan GMAT sentence correction and power score CR and even taken a local coaching to improve my verbal score. But I had a lot of doubt which remained as doubt.

Then,I attempted GMAT on 25th April 2013 and got 660 ( Q49,V31,AWA 4.0,IR7). After my 1st attempt I realized that to cross 700,I have to get good understanding of the SC followed by CR and RC. In July 2013, I attended a strategy session of e-gmat conducted by Rajat and went through the free trials of e-gmat.Then, I joined Verbal online as was convinced that Verbal online will be suitable to my work schedule and my laziness.

Frankly till 12th November 2013, I did not utilize the course properly and was just going through files of SC,CR and RC intermittently. From 13th November 2013, I started seriously preparing for GMAT as I had decided to give GMAT a final shot ( Now or never). In ten days I went through all the files of SC,CR ,and RC and then I read all the articles of e-gmat on Gmat club. All the concept i revised in my mind several times.

After this, I got opportunity to attend Verbal workshop on 24th November.In the workshop, I performed poorly. In the analysis of the workshop, as told by e-gmat, I noted down the reasons for my falter ( they were five in number) and then made a plan to overcome from all those reasons.I devoted one day for each reason and then gave Gmatclub verbal test, Kaplan online test ( 3 tests) and manhattan online test ( free test) . My scored improved considerably as I scored V 38 Gmatclub verbal test, below 81,83and 95 percentile in Kaplan online test and V44 in Manhattan free online test ( This I gave second time. First time I gave this test in March2013). As less than a day left for my test, I went through AWA and some quants question, but did not prepare for IR. Finally, On 3rd December I gave the GMAT and scored 700 ( Q49,V35,AWA 5.0,IR4.0).

During my 20 days preparation, I realized how good the verbal online course is. Special mention for SC, because I think this is the best course which anybody can take and become comfortable with nuances of SC- sentence structure,meaning and spotting the errors.SC is structured in very easy to understand mode . Moreover, the articles written for SC is superb.In CR, Structure and pre-thinking steps gives a solid understanding of the argument. In RC, solution technique for Inference question was best.But the best part is verbal workshop. I recommend everyone to attend it,because it gives you the points where you have to focus (even you have studied full and getting a good score in mocks).

Finally, Thanks to e-gmat. I recommend Verbal online course to anyone who have problem in verbal, especially in SC and CR and who wants to give the test in very short duration.


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GMAT Course Review
GMAT 660 to 710 with eGMAT
August 26 | 2016
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     By viswanathnittala 0 0
Self-reported Score:

710

Q49

V37

Improvement:

50 Points

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

Firstly an introduction of myself:

Passed out of IIT-BHU (2011 batch). Worked for Tata Steel in various executive roles for close to 4 years.
Resigned from Tata Steel this Feb and decided to start up on my own. And since US top 5 school MBA was always in the back of my mind, wanted to give away with GMAT at the earliest. So took up GMAT along with the business related activities.

GMAT Preparation Part 1:
I cleared IIT JEE without any coaching classes. Got the preparation material at home and taught myself the stuff. With that in mind, when it came to GMAT I was confident that I will be able to ace GMAT with my own preparation again. But the situations were very different. Moroever many of my friends made to 750s with Manhattan and other Self Help Guides. So i took up the same route. Started the prep in mid week of Feb with GMAt scheduled for 1st week of March. Collected all the self help guides such as Manhattan guides, Aristotle test prep materials and many other practice sets. As the exam approached my score could hardly cross 640s in the GMATPrep software. Still wanted to do away with the GMAT and went ahead to face it. To my disappointment I could score 660 in the main GMAT. It was an eye opener that needed more serious approach. Also realised that the "Lets do off with this exam" mentality didnt work. Upon further introspection I realized that I could hardly ingrain the concepts from the Manhattan materials for the Verbal section. Quant was always a strong point since my IIT times so was consistent at 50 throughout the prep as well as main but at Verbal the score came out to 27 in main GMAT.

GMAT Preparation Part 2:
March 10th:
It was then at around first week of March, I started searching for a online coaching so that I could cope with the studies along with the business that I started. It was first from word of mouth that I heard that eGMAT was very good at Verbal. Checked several reviews online regarding eGMAT and took a step to pay for the verbal online program. Scheduled my next GMAT for May 05th. I felt the date was too far off, but had no other date nearby that offered a morning slot.

Took a gap of 20 days to focus on business and got back to studies around April 1st.

April 1st:
Started with the eGMAT SC. I had a feeling that I was aware of several concepts of SC from my preparation with Manhattan. But each lesson in SC taught me several new concepts. The approach of Pre-Assessment Quiz and Post-Assessment Quiz was very good. Could see a marked difference of knowledge of concepts. Completed the SC preparation around March 30th. By this time I could see a marked difference in my approach towards Sentence correction in general and GMAT as a whole. Earlier I used a poor technique of moving to choices directly and finding splits and eliminating the possibly wrong ones. But now took up more analytical approach. Though it was difficult to move from the former approach of quick gratification to the latter analytical one, forced myself to stick to the rules. Even the time I took for a question doubled. But still kept up my spirits and stuck to rules.

April 05th:
Started with eGMAT CR. The approcah I learned at SC started to show its effects even at CR. With more analytical approach and with more time spent on the question, I was now answering more confidently. Frankly speaking I could take in less concepts of CR, but the change in approach started to work. Subsequently registered for RC as well. Read those concepts too.

April 20th: Mock -660
April 22nd: Mock - 670
April 25th Mock - 690
April 27th Mock - 720
April 29th Mock - 730

(Mocks 1,2,3 were those of Manhattan and Mocks 4,5 were of GMAT Prep)

With each Mock got back to the respective concepts where I made a mistake, and revised them. Along with these mocks, the Scholaranium proved most helpful this time around. I used to take out those concepts where I felt weak and answered them in a timed manner. Actually the Scholaranium tool was very helpful. Would like to thank you guys for this wonderful tool. The Easy, Medium, Hard set of questions along with the scores helped me assess in a more fine tuned manner.

May 05th:
Gave the GMAT finally and score came up at 710 (Q49, V37). Was upset with the score since 740 was a normal among my peers. My Quant score which consistently stood at 50 right from Feb 20th to May 04th, came down to 49 on main GMAT. This was very depressing though. I was always feeling that my Quant was being refined from the Quant tests I faced during my Mocks. But dont know why this proved wrong in main GMAT. Had I stuck to Q50 with V37 maybe my scores would have been 10 points higher. But what has passed has passed. And am happy that I took eGMAT to assist me in my GMAT prep. I would love to thank you guys for the different approach you guys offered for non Natives. It was true that non Natives needed a different approach since our ears were not tuned to spot mistakes as much as were those of natives.

Will be applying this year. Looking forward for guidance from you guys for the apping part as well. Happy to associate with you guys. Thanks again.

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GMAT Course Review
Great Platform to Study Gmat
August 25 | 2016
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     By s_ling117 0 0
Verified Score:

680

Q47

V35

Improvement:

50 Points

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

The course is very structured and guide u step by step in strengthening your core concept especially in SC.

the Scholaranium is a great tool as well! it helps me identify my weakness and focus on the part where i really need instead of buying a new book and just go over the same thing. It also allows u to make notes on each questions or sections where it is needed and come back to review those notes when it is needed.

Overall, very useful and helpful platform for those who wants to improve their score and get ahead of the gmat.

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GMAT Course Review
E-GMAT VERBAL REVIEW
August 24 | 2016
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     By agarwalp1995@gmail.com 4 0
Verified Score:

750

Q51

V39

Improvement:

110 Points

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

E-GMAT course is the best course I have encountered till date for GMAT preparation. For my first attempt, I took another company's course and was pretty much confident about verbal score. However, I ended up with V28 and was bewildered. Thereafter, I took the E-GMAT Verbal course and it did wonders. In my second attempt, I scored V39. The basic difference between e-GMAT and others lies in its teaching pedagogy. e-GMAT focusses on the meaning of the sentence. This in turn helps to mark the answers more accurately and sensibly in all the 3 types: CR,SC, and RC. e-GMAT verbal not only teaches english for GMAT but also is a very good tool for a good english. I would definitely recommend this course for every non-native as well as native speakers. ITS A TOTAL VALUE FOR MONEY!!

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GMAT Course Review
Aiming for Verbal 35+
August 24 | 2016
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     By vgurukool 23 0
Self-reported Score:

660

Q48

V33

Improvement:

N/A

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

I've started my preparation 1.5 years back and with online series . But I was not regular in my preparation and in between took many breaks. My aim was to achieve 700+. In quant, I reached to 48 but in verbal, able to achieve on 28. After an year, with that preparation I gave GMAT and scored only 660 with only 33 in Verbal. Then after a lot of feedback and online reviews, I took the egmat Verbal online course and started with all the video lectures. This course is the immense important tool to clear the basics and get into the minute details of Verbal. In CR as well, the prethinking technique given by egmat is of immense help to me. My correct percentage has already gone up. The strategy for RC questions also has given me a confidence in attempting short as well as long passages. Then comes the scholarium that I still need to complete. The scholarium is key USP of egmat course and is a helpful tool in achieving high score. I've renewed again egmat so that I can cover all the scholarium tests. I believe if anyone goes through egmat online course word by word, he/she will definitely achieve 38+ in Verbal. Hoping for me as well

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     By srvtleo 0 0
Self-reported Score:

670

Improvement:

N/A

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

Like many other non natives, i was also struggling with verbal section. I was certain that i need to put in extra efforts in Verbal to excel in the exam. And with the plethora of resources available online, all convincing you that their course is tailored just for you, it is not easy to decide what would work best for you. But having tried e-GMAT, I can certainly say what worked best for me.
e-GMAT has a unique approach for attacking each verbal question be it SC, CR or RC. The course repeatedly focuses on following a structured approach for solving Verbal questions. It makes the process to identify the correct answer very natural.
You can easily find the SC course has unanimously received high appreciation from many students who have tried it. I would add to it the CR & RC courses are equally elaborate and thorough.
The practice tool Scholaranium is among the best tools available online to practice GMAT like questions. Not only are the the practice questions great but also the analysis are immensely helpful in identifying your weak areas within each section of SC/CR/RC.
I wish they would have more full length practice tests available as part of Scholaranium.
Backed up with a great support team, the e-GMAT course is among the most sought after options available for anyone who is looking for all in all comprehensive course to tackle the verbal section on the GMAT.
I would highly recommend it!

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GMAT Course Review
Verbal Online review
August 22 | 2016
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     By sidhmenon 0 0
Self-reported Score:

650

Q48

V28

Improvement:

90 Points

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

My experience with e-gmat has been phenomenal. The first time I gave the GMAT I got an abysmal 650 with a Q48 and V28 (well I gave no mock tests before the exam and hence I was unpleasantly shocked at the result). While I have always considered myself mathematically challenged, this was the first time I realized that I could do so poorly in Verbal. After completing the exam, I was sure that I was going to retake the exam. This time around, based on a suggestion from a friend, I decided to try out e-gmat. I attended a few free seminars and tried out a few modules on SC. These sessions were quite engrossing and had a fresh approach to deal with the verbal section. The 3 step process is SC was by far the best best best approach to SC that I came across. Initially, one may be skeptical of the amount of time it takes to solve a question, but believe me the approach is potent. My accuracy on OG problems increased significantly which resulted in a consistent improvement in my verbal score. I have also tried out the CR and RC module. The approach to these sections as well was very good. And lastly but definitely the most critical aspect of e-gmat is Scholaranium which is an exceptionally brilliant tool to guage your preparation. This tool helped me identify my weakness and helped me to improve on them. Overall, I recommend egmat verbal to anyone who is a non-native and who is looking for a comprehensive verbal course. Thanks a ton Payal and team for the amazing learning experience.

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AV content makes life easy
August 17 | 2016
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     By cbajajj10 0 0
Verified Score:

640

Q50

V27

Improvement:

N/A

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

e-Gmat gives an immense opportunity to excel in Verbal Section of GMAT. They break each concept into chunks and explain them in an ordered manner that makes it easy to understand and retain.

Specially the audio visual content gives a good learning platform to GMAT aspirants and the best thing I liked about the course is the suggestion they provide for the OG questions.

Also, Experts are very responsive on platforms and provide full support to understand any point that we miss during the course of preparations.

I would highly recommend this course to someone who is really looking forward to excel in GMAT Verbal.

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e-GMAT Verbal Online
August 17 | 2016
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     By josepiusn 7 0
Self-reported Score:

600

Q46

V27

Improvement:

40 Points

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

This course helps me to realise my weak areas and improve them, perhaps these weak areas are common for many non- native English speakers and engineers who haven't touched the English verbals since they left the school . e GMAT platform keeps track of my performance and helps me to take corrective actions myself. At one point , i realised that i have to be thorough on verbal basics, at-least on what GMAT tests on. And then, I realise that covering the entire verbal basics myself wont take you any where , as my knowledge on verbals is limited to my knowledge on the same.

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