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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EGMAT SC and CR
April 18 | 2016
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     By prashant225 25 1
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Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

I got a 640 in my first GMAT attempt in November and was crestfallen. I took a one month break. During this period I came to know about e-GMAT's SC and CR course and decided to give it a try. It has been a consistent score improvement since then for the last 4 months or so and my verbal scores in the mocks have consistently touched 40. My next GMAT attempt is scheduled in May 2016 and I am confident of getting a 720 plus score thanks to the structured e-GMAT approach to solving verbal questions. I will recommend it to anyone who wants to hit the 90th percentile in GMAT verbal.

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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful
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     By vivilvvx 0 0
Self-reported Score:

770

Q50

V44

Improvement:

60 Points

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

My GMAT journey is a long one. From 2013 to 2015, I took it five times: 630-> 700 -> 720 -> 710 -> 770. As a non-native speaker, I have to say e-gmat indeed helped me to cross the 750 mark.

The first four times, I worked very hard and I’m very persistent. I studied all the materials you’ve heard of and I’ve put hundreds of hours into it. However, I still couldn’t reach my target score.

Then I began to realize GMAT is a test that requires not only hard work, but also an effective strategy and balanced mind. So when I got a lower score the fourth time, I took a chance with e-gmat and bought the verbal online course. Given the fact that I got big fellowship from a top 15 school, I believe the two hundred dollars is probably the best investment I’ve made so far.

I’m not saying e-gmat is the solution to all GMAT problems. I only testify that e-gmat approach for verbal worked very well for me. First, it helps you identify your strengths and weaknesses, which will help you better allocate your time and efforts on different sections. Secondly, its ‘meaning analysis’ approach to tackle sentence correction seems the best approach to me. I couldn’t think of other better way to prepare for this SC section. Thirdly, its CR problems are difficult so the real GMAT problems may seem easier for you. In addition, its free webinars on how to prepare for GMAT strategically are priceless, because even if a test taker is proficient in every individual section, he/she may still not able to achieve her best when all three types of problems are mixed together. Not to mention GMAT is computer adaptive. There’s just so much useful information provided in those webinars.

Anyway, as someone who used to not believe test prep courses, I wholeheartedly thank e-gmat.

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     By monpraw 8 0
Self-reported Score:

650

Q32

V48

Improvement:

120 Points

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

I am from Indonesia, so English is definitely not my first language. I knew from the beginning that I would struggle in verbal. Having an accounting background and experience working with math, I believe that Math is something that I can handle (though math in GMAT is not 100% math, I am sure your ability working with math will help you to solve the problem faster). So I joint Kaplan course here in Jakarta.
Sadly it was not enough, BOOM I got 530 on my GMAT test. The verbal score was a low 20 (I don't event want to mention the exact score) while the math score was pretty satisfying: 46.

I did not let my self down too long, I decided to jump in again. I bought SC & CR Manhattan books. Read every pages in detail. Tried to do mock every week. But I still didn't see a good improvement. Then I read about e-GMAT in Beatthegmat and Gmatclub, they said it is the right course for non-native. Nothing to lose, I registered the free-limited course from e-gmat. Surprisingly, I really really like the way of every videos explains about the problem and material. They did not show a tips and trick or shortcut but how to understand the problem, the real root cause, and step to approach the problem. All are packed in a simple and very detail way, perfect for non-natives. I also found it to be much more easier to understand the material by watching the video rather than reading books or joining class, because you can always repeat if you don't understand, and you can even email them to ask a difficult problem. Then I purchase the Verbal Online Course, and I am so great I did so. I did not realize that the approach to learn GMAT for non-native and native should be different, but yea, it makes sense!

For non native, I think you can go to other course such as Manhattan after you finish e-gmat. It works much better, because now you have an understanding about GMAT problem, not memorising or even guessing through shortcut. So these course will complete you as you also try different style of problem. That what I experienced my self. I understood Manhattan after completing e-gmat, even though I have read the book before taking e-GMAT.

My score improve from 530 to 650!!!
and the most important one, my verbal score improve to 32!!!!!

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     By goforgmat 106 6
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Location: Online

I am non native speaker and as with most of the non native speakers was struggling in improving my ability in the verbal section.
In quants i could easily score a 48-49 but in verbal always stuck in 30.
I tried improving on verbal by keeping an error log but with time it got cumbersome and was struggling to organize my preparation process.
Phew! then came Scholaranium to my rescue.
Egmat scholaranuim exactly provided me the platform to track my progress and improve upon my weak areas.
It provides an option to track your abilities areas wise thereby making it easier to focus on weak areas.
The content structure and the audio visual UI are also designed to make the learning easier.
Modifiers in SC and the prethinking concept in CR are very helpful in getting your core skills right. The probability that i get a modifier question right has greatly improved.
In addition to this they have free live sessions irrespective of the course taken which was also helpful to me.
Coming to the Cons,
There is no option yet to reattempt all the incorrect answers.
This is something that i see could be added as an extra feature.

i am yet to give my GMAT after takign this course but enrolling in this course has definitely fine tuned my preparation process.

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     By sv76 20 0
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N/A

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

I am planning to take GMAT exam on May 31 and have registered on e-gmat last year . I found verbal course of e-gmat and its format very effective . It has been designed into several categories , covering each topic strategically and placing several modules for practice after concept section. The videos were self-explanatory and the live sessions acted as an anchor to reinforce the important concepts and their application. I would recommend e-gmat to every serious aspirant if they are targeting a good score in GMAT.
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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     By bakavoice 19 2
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90 Points

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

I've started my GMAT preparation in 2013. I took initial free CAT, and got very dissapointing 430. As many of you, I have a job, which makes it hard or sometimes impossible to keep up with preparation. It wasn't a surprise, that slacking on preparation led me to getting incredibly low 530 on actual GMAT in 2013. I belive it was Q39 and Verbal about 25 or so.
Then I forgot about the exam, again, because of my job.
I found E-Gmat in 2015. I've read many positive reviews of how the Verbal Course boosts the score, and brings a pretty enjoyable experience.
Well, I wasn't sure that I would be able to keep up with preparation, but I purchased Verblal Online anyway.
I covered Sentence Correction and most of Critical Reasoning parts. Then my job stepped in again, and I skipped Reading Comprehension.
In september 2015 I left the course until it expired.
Well, couple of days ago I decided to finally prepare for the exam.
I took initial free CAT and was very surprised with the Score of 620. I got Q41, which didn't really improve since I've never practiced math, and my Verbal score increased to V35 from some middle 20th!|
It's been 7 month since I stopped practicing with E-Gmat, but the knowledge that I received stayed with me for all this time. And didn't even study RC part!
I really enjoyed studying with E-Gmat, I am incredibly satisfied and surprised by the results that I got. I am surely taking full online E-Gmat course Q+V now for my final and I hope successful preparation for an actual GMAT.

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     By punta 9 8
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Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

I'm a non native. My first Gmat prep test was Q49, V28. You see, I'm quite good at Quant, but terrible at Verbal. A very first technique I learned in Verbal was split technique and I must say, that technique is not for someone like me who is also terrible at memorizing. I felt like I could never memorize enough grammar rules/ word usages... to be able ace this Verbal part. I frustratedly didn't know how I should go about this Verbal score. Then I watched a session on sentence's meaning of e-GMAT. This was an eye opening. I could solve some hard questions just based on sentence's meaning approach, and their 3 step process (Meaning analysis, Error Analysis, Options Analysis) I learned though the course makes SC seem more easier task to handle, and the important thing is their approach gives me confidence to tackle SC, I just go step by step in a structured many get to the correct answer choice. My accuracy now is >80%, I'm quite happy. If I want to boost my accuracy to about 90%, I'd know where to focus my time, thanks to their Scholarinium, a great tool to know where your strengths, your weaknesses, your takt time (you should definitely see their free strategy recording on this term). So you'll know you can confidently skips some questions and still get a high score.

I'm running out of time, I just can share my experience on SC now. But if you've been struggling in SC, you should give e-GMAT a try.

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The saviour of non-natives
March 22 | 2016
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     By ReserveWarrior 2 0
Self-reported Score:

740

Improvement:

30 Points

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

After struggling in the dark with my past two attempts, egmat finally helped me get through the 40 points barrier in verbal. As a non native speaker with above-average spoken skills, I was just double guessing my way through most of the GMAT verbal in my early days. None the less, egmat made it easier to spot what the GMAT was really testing and life was much more easier after that. The course really opens up the structure of the test and i finally started the appreciating the intricacies of the verbal section. There is a pattern to the madness.

Overall a great experience with egmat. Wish i had enrolled earlier and made life easier.

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excellent course
March 21 | 2016
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     By bilal707786 0 0
Self-reported Score:

500

Q48

V12

Improvement:

50 Points

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

If you are non native then dont think just act and go for e-gmat verbal course.This course is really effective when it comes to verbal part in GMAT Exam.Being a working professional having short of time,i was unable to take coaching classes during GMAT preparation.Then i came to know about e gmat,one of the best online course in the market for GMAT.
I subscribed to e-GMAT Verbal course few months back. The experience was really fabulous. All the basics are covered well in detail. I have learned a "Pre- thinking" method that is very helpful in Solving CR questions. Furthermore, the Pre assesment and post assesment quizmade me realise where i was missing in the concepts, and the detailed approach to solve the question helps a lot in understanding the approach well.
Moreover, when it comes to practice the questions " Scholaranium" is one of the best feature that I came across for verbal on line practice.The questions are very much of the same level as in actual GMAT exam. Solutions provided for the questions are in detail.I will surely recommend Verbal Online Course to all GMAT test takers,especially non natives.

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     By souvilibra 109 17
Self-reported Score:

680

Q49

V32

Improvement:

N/A

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

The E-Gmat material has been designed for non native speakers to answer each and every question using a set of rules and not intuitively. The 3 step process for solving SC questions is something I applied and found very helpful in my preparation.They also have a section to prepare you for IR and it is very comprehensive and enough to prepare you for the entire section.
Payal was really prompt and easy to reach out to in case of any issue.
I would highly recommend this course for someone who is currently trying to solve verbal questions intuitively. You will learn everything you need to and can face the GMAT with a lot of confidence.

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