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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While preparing for GMAT I tried with many books and have read almost most of the books in verbal. Manhattan SC and Powerscorce CR Bible books was my best reads for CR and SC. Books provide us with most formulae’s and what to do and what not to do. I have read the books and tried to apply these formulae’s and knowledge in GMAT OG questions. When I tried to apply the knowledge I gained from the books I got severe mistakes and basic understanding of meaning of sentence was not right. Thus, I was in no man’s land in verbal section. I realised after doing verbal section that I mugged all formulae’s and read the books more than once to remember but failed to understand insights of true meaning of sentence or evaluate a CR question.
During my realization I understand that books can provide information and formulae but cannot change the thought process of how we apply them in reality. Now, I have decided not to buy book rather go for a good tutorial based training program with nice explanation in-depth analysis and systematic approach. Picture speaks a thousand words. I got to know about e-GMAT from club gmat and tried free tutorials online. I was fascinated by the explanations and thought process they have explained to crack SC or CR problems. I bought online verbal program for SC,CR and RC.
I have gone through each and every tutorial and completed all the exercises for SC CR and RC. E-GMAT has changed the way I read even in day to day activities. E-GMAT has equipped me with necessary tools and thought process to crack GMAT. Now, I could confidently crack verbal OG part. I wish I had these basics earlier in schooling days itself. Highlights of program are application questions at the end of every section. Pre-thinking in CR section is excellent.
Thank you e-GMAT for providing excellent support and changing the thought process in verbal section.

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Awesome course for non-natives
October 27 | 2015
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     By brajeshisb 1 0
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This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online
Taught by: Payal Tandon

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.

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.

During my 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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640

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

I was very disappointed with my Verbal score in my previous GMAT attempt.
Like most Asians, I had done reasonably well on the Quant and hence I was specifically looking for a course that would help me focus on the Verbal section.
I found e-GMAT to be the most reliable option, given their positive reviews all around.
And till now my experience with the course has been amazing.
I have developed a strong foundation on the verbal concepts I was unsure of during my last attempt.
I think their interactive and intuitive interface has helped me learn faster and retain better.
The e-GMAT 3-step approach to a question is extremely practical and effective.
I would highly recommend just going through some of their answer explanations to see for yourself.

After having completed about 80% of the course, I feel very confident on the verbal section.
Hopefully, in a few weeks time i would be able to post a much better GMAT score.

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When I started my GMAT preparation and gave a CAT to see where I stood, I became sure that if I needed anything to improve, it was the verbal part. After a couple of months of self preparation, there was not much difference to where I was. Thanks to the genuine reviews on gmatclub, I decided to invest in e-gmat verbal online. It is the best thing that can happen for a non-native like me. The approach to crack any kind of GMAT verbal question in any section is just so easy to understand and apply. I have started seeing the verbal questions just like Quant ones with a strategy to attack them. It has made a huge difference in my preparation. If you are struggling with verbal, believe me do not waste your valuable time and invest in this course it will make a huge difference in your score and the kind of schools you will be able to apply. The price of the course is nothing compared to the impact it will make on your GMAT score and admissions journey. Good Luck to all!

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October 26 | 2015
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This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

I used e-GMAT online course extensively for the verbal section. I targeted for 100% accuracy in SC to achieve higher score in this section; and e-GMAT was helpful in pushing towards that. RC and CR sections of this course are also very helpful to improve your scores.
e-GMAT course makes the verbal section much more logical and understandable. This course removed much of guesswork that I earlier used in this section. I found the e-Gmat method of audio visual method along with pre and post tests after each concept much more helpful than just reading books.
I highly recommend this course for non-natives.

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Superb
October 23 | 2015
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     By rohitmanglik 246 33
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690

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V34

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40 Points

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

When i started preparing for GMAT, I had a major concentration problem. To an extent where I was thinking to consult a Doctor.

I went through Jamboree and Ivy coaching in Bangalore, coaching in which I improved till 650 but I was unable to move further.

After preparing for 1.5 months, I was about to give up but at that time my friend recommended me for E-GMAT. This came up as a blessing to me. They explained all the concepts with due diligence. I was able to master most of the concepts that I previously thought impossible for me to learn.

Best part about E-GMAT is that the instructors replied to all my queries in timely fashion.

Through E-GMAT, I improved my verbal score from 28 to 34.

Thanks a lot for such a great material.

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I had my education in Native Language till Matriculation.

Although later all my education as well as Professional Job

required the English proficiency, I was always having

problem in written english as well as reading one. Due to my

professional requirement, I have to now pursue MBA and for

admission purposes GMAT exam was required by almost all good

institutions. I first start the preparation by expanding

money on MAnhattan books but somehow I realized that it was

quite boring and very lengthy for non-native personal.

Luckily I found E-GMAT and by going around their TRIAL

version, I was fully convinced that this is the right place

for learners like me.
Now after almost 6 months of study, I am feeling very

comfortable with the GMAT and hopeful that I will get my

desired score in upcoming exam.
The 3 step approach is enormous as well as detailed answers

are excellent.
Due to my job requirement, I was unable to attend Live Prep

sessions in time but I am continuously reviewing them and

they also are excellent for the preparation towards course.

To me, this course is evenly good for Native English

speakers as well.

Regards

Mansoor

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Location: Online
Taught by: Payal Tandon

I am a native English speaker and took e-gmat’s online verbal course. This was the best decision I have made with regard to my GMAT preparation. As an older student with a life spent in math orientated careers, I felt my challenge would be in the verbal section of the test. For this reason and the length of time that had expired since I last took any tests, I felt I needed some insight to the latest verbal rules and nuances of the test. While reviewing several popular GMAT prep sites, I found e-gmat. Reading the description, posts and reviews I decided that because this course was oriented towards non-native speakers, it would provide greater coverage of the rules of English, and do so in a foundational, building-block manner. This course delivered on that assumption.

On-line power-point presentations of the English grammar rules can be dull and boring, but e-gmat writers and graphic designers really go out of their way to include graphics and emo-cons that give a little comic relief and helps keep your attention moving with the concepts. I went through every section presented in the verbal on-line course and attended many of the free introductory courses. I feel this was the pivotal point of my preparation and was very pleased with the result.

My last ‘test’ that included any type of writing was decades ago. From the day I learned what the GMAT was I only had 2 months until I sat for the exam and I feared the worst. However, after using e-gmat verbal on-line to study, my first attempt landed me a V38 and AWA of 5. While I would love to improve my score (which I will try later, as my quant score that I was so confidante in took a deep dive – apparently recently teaching pre-calc was not the preparation I thought it would be, so I am now enrolled in e-gmat’s live and on-line quant course), I was happy with these stats: overall 85%; critical reasoning 88%; Sentence Correction 81% and the low ball was Reading Comp at 68%. This almost exactly parallels my study emphasis. I assumed Reading Comp would be my best and studied it the least. The take away here is to study it all equally!

Do as many problems as possible, use the process that is laid out by the instructors. Rajat, Payal and the entire team of instructors are experts and tell us that at first it takes more time to follow their strategies, but with practice this time is shortened and the information obtained is critical to answering the questions correctly and not wasting precious time. I found this to be true and will follow their advice even more closely when I retake the exam next month. I believe going from 0 to 85% in 2 months of prep, including prepping for all the other parts of the exam which were all unknown to me at the on-start, was an outstanding result and I am very satisfied with the time and money spent for e-gmat!
~Janice

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     By visram04 22 9
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710

Q49

V39

Improvement:

70 Points

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

After 2 months of self-study, I was going nowhere with my verbal. Accuracy was not improving. With just 1 month left for the exam date, I signed up for eGMAT. eGMAT has ONE OF THE BEST comprehensive materials out there for verbal. I watched all the videos. After every concept, there are application files and practice files that really make your concepts solid. I absolutely enjoyed scholaranium concept. I just wish I could have used up all my ability quizzes (I could take only 40% of the quizzes because I had limited time). Also, I couldn't use the resources available for IR, but I believe they're equally good. I got a V39 in my first GMAT attempt. While I didn't get a V40-42 as i had wished to, I was more confident than ever before with my verbal concepts and I could tell that V38 is a guarantee.

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Great course- try it out
October 12 | 2015
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     By souvik15 13 0
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740

Q51

V38

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N/A

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

I started my GMAT preparation at the start of July with OG, GMAT PREP & MANHATTAN books. Using OG I pointed out my strengths (PS) & weaknesses (SC & CR). In DS & RC I was moderate. So, I went through MANHATTAN books for SC, CR & RC & things did not change significantly. My target score was 700 & GMAT PREP gave me only 630-640. So at the end of July I started reading blogs at GMAT CLUB how to improve. Then I came to know about Aristotle Prep books & ordered them in Amazon. While they took nearly a month to deliver, I continued my research & found out about e-gmat. I joined them immediately on 23rd August in VERBAL ONLINE after using their free trial SC files. First I went for SC & immediately my confidence was boosted. They has made the basics of GMAT English really easy to digest. One more thing needed to be specially mentioned about their SC files is meaning analysis. If you don’t follow that rigorously you are bound to lose some points in SC. Then I went for CR. Their pre-thinking approach first seemed hectic but you’ll have the effects in exam. Then I started using scholarium, a great tool to gauge your progress. I also upgraded to VERBAL LIVE later but did not use that rigorously as the basics were there in VERBAL ONLINE. At the end of September I gave two GMAT PREP exams & it was 700 & 710. So I went for exam on 29th September & voila it was 740. So I will strongly suggest e-gmat to the non-natives. If you don’t have the time to read this long story use the take-away.
Take-away-
1. Make your basics right. E-gmat has made basics super easy to digest
2. Use pre-thinking approach to solve CR
3. Use meaning analysis for SC otherwise you’ll surely loose some points.
4. Use scholarium to measure your progress.
One more thing I’ll add here e-gmat’s support team. They will answer your query as fast as possible. So if verbal is your weakness in GMAT trust e-gmat.

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