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 SC online
February 16 | 2016
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     By ars86 0 0
Final Score:

700

Q44

V41

Improvement:

60 Points

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

Absolutely amazing! On Dec 09 I took the GMAT for first time, scored 640 (Q48 V30). As non- native speaker, I knew there was a lot of room to improve on verbal. On Dec 15 got the e-Gmat SC online. At first it seems like is more of the same as the other sources (Veritas, MGMAT), but by the end of the modules I noticed that my approach to the SC questions was automatic, I knew what to look for on the questions, saving a lot of time for RC. Because of work, I studied from Dec 15 to Jan 03 only on the weekends. On Jan 04 I took the GMAt again, unfortunately my quant score was worse Q44, but my verbal score went from V30 on Dec 09 to V41 on Jan 04. Total score 700.
My only regret is that I neglect the quant section, during the weeks before the my second attempt.
Bottom of line, those guys from e-gmat know what they are doing. I totally recommend the verbal sections for non-native speakers.

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Final Score:

600

Q48

V25

Improvement:

N/A

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

I would recommend the sentence correction (SC) course for non-native English speakers because it provide concise and clear concepts of GMAT English grammar. E-gmat have its own teaching style that I really like it so much. E-gmat created a rule for every concept that makes it very easy for me, as a non-native speaker, to understand, memorize, and apply those concepts in real situation. Practice questions after the end of each chapter also play an important role in helping me to fully understand and know how to apply the concept when I encounter with each type of problems. Last but not least, almost all of e-gmat contents are interactive contents that are not boring as I have ever experienced with the traditional way of study that is solely reading from a book. In conclusion, even though I had studied for the GMAT for a while before I purchased the course from e-gmat, I think this course is still very valuable for me because of the above mentioned reasons.

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GMAT Course Review
6 points improvement in Verbal
February 16 | 2016
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     By riniu 0 0
Final Score:

700

Q48

V37

Improvement:

50 Points

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

I am done with my GMAT, and was able to improve my score from 650 to 700 because of 6 points improvement in Verbal, i.e from V31 to V37.

The e-gmat verbal prep was extremely helpful and I was able to ace SC and CR in 3 months. The video lectures are easily understood, and the practice questions after each video further consolidate the concepts. The detailed course structure is enough to apply the concepts on actual GMAT questions. The revision required to remember the concepts from the videos is way less than that from the books to excel a concept.

Thanks to e-gmat team for the course!

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Methodical, but effective
February 15 | 2016
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     By fidodido93 0 0
Improvement:

N/A

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

I switched to the e-GMAT Verbal Online course after trying a variety of preparatory material. The course material is segmented by concepts in Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension. The course provides a methodical but effective framework to address the Verbal section. Though application of the framework is time consuming initially, it does result in measurable improvement. During this phase, it's important to trust the process and your abilities.

The Scholaranium module is a great addition to the course that provides an effective to track progress and square in on weak areas. Overall, I would recommend this course to anyone that need to improve their GMAT Verbal Skills.

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February 15 | 2016
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     By Ajay017 0 0
Final Score:

700

Q49

V37

Improvement:

50 Points

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

The e-gmat verbal online course is a must attend course for people not able to score in verbal portion. My score improved from 33 to 37 in a period of 2 months only. The course helps to clarify basic doubts in the mind which ultimately results in better score in SC & help in even reading RC passages with a better clarity. The course is real easy to understand and I am very satisfied with the product. I will suggest the same to anyone struggling in verbal. This course can definitely help to improve score by atleast 50 marks if one is stuck in 600 range and that to because of verbal.

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Final Score:

640

Q45

V34

Improvement:

40 Points

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

I thank eGmat for preparing a wonderful learning experience for GMAT Verbal.
Learning Verbal from eGmat has changed the way I approach Verbal questions.
I improved from a V25 to V34 after learning Verbal from eGMAT's Verbal Online.

I considered SC to be my strong area until I came through this course. The learnings that eGMAT gave me for SC were invaluable, and ensured that both my accuracy and percentile score for SC were consistently above 85%.

Whilst taking GMAT on my first attempt, I had not idea about how to crack CR questions. I relied on random techniques, achieving low accuracy, but eGMAT's CR course changed the way I approached CR questions. I learnt the importance of pre-thinking - how to think and what to think. It meant that I already knew the scope of the answer and at times even the content of the answer without even looking at the options.

eGMAT's methodology to approach and answer RC passages is the best that I came across. I learnt the right approach and cracked the toughest questions across different passages available in practice quizzes and egmat's scholoranium. If someone wants to learn the way to crack RC, eGMAT's RC course is the best option available.

I had the confidence to score a 38-40 in GMAT in Verbal after I had completed the eGMAT's Verbal course. I was a li'l unfortunate that no one suggested me to opt for eGmat to crack the exam when I started with my GMAT preparations. I will recommend my friends and anyone else to opt for eGMAT's verbal courses, if you wish to crack the GMAT.
Thank you eGmat.

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     By NS13983 37 19
Improvement:

N/A

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

I am a low 700 GMATer, and have picked up the GMAT again to push my score to the 750 range. In my last attempt I had used e-GMAT for SC and had my verbal score go up from V36 to V40 (my de-brief can be found on gmatclub). To push above V40, this time around I am using the entire e-GMAT Verbal Online course. I found it to be the most effective of the resources I picked up, and wanted to share some of its key features.

1. Focus on right processes:-
You need to approach each verbal question type in a systematic manner. Developing the approach is the 1st step. Repeating it to the point of internalizing it is the more difficult step. This was probably the single-most important difference in my V40 attempt. I had used the e-GMAT approach to solving SC questions, and had my accuracy go up. Building an ‘approach process’ has helped me improve my RC and CR accuracy (I am weakest in CR, and have seen my accuracy go up from ~50% - 70+%). e-GMAT does a great job of breaking down the process and helping you understand it (the focus on the right process is there throughout – right from e-GMAT’s information session to solutions of practice questions – they highlight the importance of processes really well).

2. Quality over Quantity:
This is something that I did not pay attention to in my 1st attempt, and something that made a huge difference in the 2nd time. For eg:- In my 1st attempt, I focused on ‘bulk practising’. I would practise 20 questions of a concept that I was fairly good in at. Getting these right made me feel good about my practise. I thus neglected my weaker areas. In my 2nd attempt, I spent more time with ‘verbs and tenses’ and other weaker concepts. I found e-GMAT’s SC course to be particularly effective because each question was testing a ‘concept’. I would thus be forced to learn a concept, as without this I cannot get it right. This was very important, and the course does a great job of allowing you to zero down on your weakest areas exactly.

3. Understanding the verbal section:
In my 1st attempt, I never spent too much time understanding the exam. I thus went in with many misconceptions – Doing section A vs section B in Verbal is going to be more effective. RC will have the toughest questions while SC will have the weakest questions. Etc. – the list was huge. In my 2nd attempt, I was able to get a lot of these misconceptions clarified, and e-GMAT’s strategy sessions and verbal lessons do a great job at de-mystifying the exam. For example: e-GMAT’s strategy session has this brilliant section on ‘what is the impact of getting the 1st couple of questions right vs getting them incorrect’. Knowing these potholes is imperative if you are going to score high on verbal. e-GMAT does a fantastic job of helping understand what is being tested, why is it being tested, and how should you approach it.

I would highly recommend e-GMAT if you are serious about touching a high verbal score.

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E-gmat verbal review
February 12 | 2016
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     By WillGetIt 194 299
Improvement:

20 Points

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

Hello,

I have subscribed for e-gmat verbal online course for GMAT verbal section. The course helped in understanding the concepts in a better way.

SC and RC were a big issue for me and were main factors hindering me from a good score in GMAT, the course provided me a systematic approach and helped me improving V32 (Actual GMAT) to V35 (Current Mocks), in short span of time.

Although you may not find support as required but most of cases you would require any support as the solutions are self- explanatory.

The questions were quite representative of the actual GMAT exam.

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Comprehensive Preparation
February 08 | 2016
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Improvement:

N/A

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

I am yet to appear for my GMAT, but the resources of E-GMAT are very comprehensive and upto date.
The focus of the course never shifts away from the core understanding of the concepts which is the most important part in the preparation. The design of the course takes care of the understanding and the sequence you should follow for your preparation and you can trust it and follow it without worrying about a separate plan for your prep.

The free resources and webinars are a plus which give you a snapshot of their live programs. Due to time and other constraints I was not able to sign up for that, but would highly recommend it to fellow colleagues who want to max their score in the best way possible.

Best of luck to anyone who finds this review helpful and ends up getting a score they desire after using E-GMAT's products.
Cheers

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Good Course Review
February 08 | 2016
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     By tpham206 0 0
Final Score:

660

Improvement:

40 Points

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

I have been struggling with my verbal, especially Reading Comp. I have looked all over GC for tips and strategies. But nothing seem to help. It was becoming really frustrating. So I decided to buy E-GMAT Verbal Online.
I would recommend this course for a non-native speaker. E-GMAT can be useful because after each lesson there are quizzes to complete. e-GMAT is an excellent source for Verbal. All the concepts tested on the GMAT exam are covered. The SC and CR are the best with explanations to simple as well as complex concept.
I have spent a good portion of today going through the Verbal e-gmat course. I have already seen an improvement in my understanding and practice questions both on e-gmat and in the OG

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