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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     By abhid 5 0
Self-reported Score:

730

Q50

V39

Improvement:

70 Points

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

I took my first GMAT prep 4 years ago when I scored V24. I knew that I have to take a structured course to improve on my Verbal. While I seriously started preping for GMAT about 6-7months ago with M'tan prep books, I felt that I was still confused on some of the concepts. Thats when I signed up for e-gmat. e-gmat gives you an organised platform to study all verbal sections. Also, the tests on scholaranium are great source of practice. It helped me to reach a score of V32 - my first GMAT attempt score.
Although I had to sign-up for private tutor who helped me to further improve my verbal score( to V39), egmat laid the necessary foundation, especially in SC and CR sections.
One advise that I have for e-gmat is to include more material and practice questions on idioms. Idioms is one category that I feel is tested quite frequently on GMAT and where native speakers have clear advantage. Practicing idioms can help non-natives to address this weakness - my two cents!

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e-gmat online verbal
October 28 | 2016
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     By dkmum 0 0
Self-reported Score:

750

Improvement:

N/A

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

As a working professional, verbal online is an excellent medium via which you can brush up your concepts on the go. Online course allows you to play/pause as per your convenience. The concepts are quite easy to comprehend and the course is specially designed for non-natives. Also, e-gmat team has prepared a comprehensive plan to tackle each section. SC and CR are extremely well designed with adequate no. of examples. Post every concept, there is a practice test which allows you to gauge your success level. While practicing mocks, I have seen significant improvement in both quality and time.

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e-GMAT's Verbal Online Course
October 28 | 2016
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     By banarjun 0 0
Self-reported Score:

710

Q48

V40

Improvement:

70 Points

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

e-GMAT's Verbal Online course was best suited for me as it not only reinforced the fundamentals but also taught me a structured, almost mathematical approach to solving verbal questions. The content is quite thorough and is delivered by excellent faculty through a very user friendly interface. The application files and the practice files at the end of each topic are especially very helpful in clarifying the concepts learned. The strategies advocated for each section (SC, CR & RC) have definitely helped me enhance my approach to solving verbal questions under testing conditions and have also helped me improve my accuracy (especially in SC). I would highly recommend this course to anyone who wishes to ace the verbal section of the GMAT.

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     By vtomar20 2 0
Self-reported Score:

660

Q48

V33

Improvement:

N/A

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

I struggled a lot with verbal in my first attempt to gmat whereas my quant was not that bad. I scored 33 in Verbal & 48 in quant. I did so many SC & CR questions but couldnt improve the accuracy and thus couldnt score good in verbal on the real gmat. I havent yet taken the gmat after taking the course but I see substantial improvement in verbal. I wanted to take the exam last month -Sep'16 but due to some uncontrollable situations I couldnt take it yet. I have been away from the studies for last one month and plan to take the exam around 30th Nov.

I found e-gmat's SC & CR very helpful. Before I had to put the pause on studies, I starting hitting 39-40 on verbal in Mock tests and certainly I am much confident to crack the exam now. I always thought of SC as something with lot of rules but e-gmat makes SC so simple. Their strategies of modifiers are very helpful and after finishing the course I realised that there is no need to learn all the ideoms and other rules that actually arent required to score well.

Their CR strategies are also very helpful. Their diagram strategies helps to achieve high accuracy on hard questions. I didnt spend too much time on the e-gmat's RC part. So, I am not very sure about the value it creates in the learning but SC & CR are definitely very helpful, specially for non-native speakers.




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Good GMAT Prep Course!!
October 25 | 2016
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     By PPank 0 0
Verified Score:

760

Q50

V42

Improvement:

100 Points

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

I started preparing for GMAT in September 2015 - OG + e-gmat SC course. I thought I was doing well with the preparations and was following official guide religiously. I was scoring decent on mocks as well. I scored 660 in the first mock and 690 in second mock. I revised and practiced with questions & practice exams from Veritas prep. I bought exam pack 2 and re-appeared for 2 Mocks. I scored 690 and 710. My aim was 710 which seemed close. I appeared for first attempt in April 2016 and ended up scoring 660(Q49/V33) :(. I was very disappointed and realized that I had messed up in verbal section really bad. That's when I realized that my weak section was not just SC but the approach I used to take to tackle Verbal problems. That is when I bought complete verbal online course from e-gmat and started preparing. E-gmat course helped me formulate the right approach for verbal section by focusing more on meaning and identifying the errors before looking at the answers. This helped me really well. In my second attempt I ended up scoring 760(Q50/V42).

I am very grateful to e-gmat team. They extended my course enrollment dates without any extra cost after my first attempt. The course material is also very well built and organized. Kudos and Thanks to entire e-gmat team!!

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     By mechky 22 4
Self-reported Score:

690

Q48

V37

Improvement:

N/A

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

After I gave my GMAT for the first time, i realized i needed to buckle down and get a good score on verbal. I bought the e-GMAT verbal subscription and it has helped me a lot. In my latest mock test, i can see a difference of 10 points, which helps me in reaching my goal of cracking into 700! The videos are interactive and have a nice flow to them. The end of video quiz is a nice feature and helps you summarize the chapter.
I would recommend GMAT verbal course for everyone, specially for those whose first language is not english.

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     By hemant89 32 7
Self-reported Score:

730

Q50

V40

Improvement:

90 Points

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

I gave my first GMAT attempt and scored 600(49, 24). I am a non-native. After this attempt, I was struggling to find the right course and after going through several reviews I opted for e-gmat Verbal online. The course is great and it provides a comprehensive and methodical way to approach and solve CR, SC and RC.
I really liked the SC and CR approach. To be honest, I didn't go through much of the RC section.
Prethinking in CR and meaning first in SC really help me to tackle GMAT questions.

Few msitakes that I made during my preparation while going through the course, may be it can be helpful for anyone who is opting for this course:

1. The application files and practical files, quizzes after each topic, should be treated as check points, for example if you score less than 75% in Parallelism, then you need more practice on this topic. Review the concepts again and apply them to Official Guide questions.

2. One of the gem of this course is scholaranium. very helpful tool to analyze and improve the score. I wish I had utilized this tool to its full potential. There were files in which I scored less and still moved on to the Scholaranium. I ignored the signs that could have given me a realistic estimate of where I stood in my preparation.

3. Do not ignore Skill Data section in scholaranium dashboard. You can fine tune your preparation to a very good degree

I ended up scoring 690(49,34). Though my overall score improved by 90 points and Verbal score by 10 points, the real challenge starts from this score :P
I feel that the course did a fair job.

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     By jasd2804 1 0
Self-reported Score:

660

Q49

V31

Improvement:

50 Points

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

I am a non native, but I always thought that my spoken and written English is almost perfect. Lately, when I started preparing for GMAT, I got that realization that the colloquial English is different from pure grammatical and logical English. As a result, I struggled with my verbal section's score. Then finally I signed up at egmat and undertook its 3 step approach for SC and specific approaches for RC and CR. The content is organized nicely with n number of examples and practice questions. Provided that one put in one's own share of efforts, this course can do wonders with your verbal score. Since i am still preparing to give another shot at gmat, I could feel that I am improving my method to approach questions.

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     By rahulroynitp2009 0 0
Verified Score:

710

Q50

V37

Improvement:

70 Points

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

Dear friends,
I'm Rahul!

I hope this small story of mine finds you at the pink of your health !
Before i share my GMAT experience, i humbly apologize to spare me if i make any errors in my write-up as it's late at night and i'm just too tired to examine my writing skills ; i just want my thoughts to come over.
I heard of GMAT for the first time when i was in the final year of my college. It was really intimidating to listen to my friends when they discussed how tough it's to crack the GMAT. Well on those days, i never thought that i'd be taking the GMAT, not even in my wildest dreams. But thoughts gradually evolved after my professional career started in 2013. I saw the importance of an MBA to propel my career in the direction i wanted it to. As i delved into the details of B-schools, i was compelled by ISB's pedagogy and its experiential learning approach. So , i decided to take the GMAT in 2015 to realize my dream of making it to ISB. However, I was transferred to any new business unit, and things started falling apart as i was too bogged down by my professional commitments. So, life went on as it was and so did my job. Although i could hardly manage time for my preparation amidst my professional life, i never let a slightest dent to affect my belief that i could do it. With more than 3 years at my job, i realized it was high-time to get started if i wanted to excel and grow; it was the now or never situation for me. So, i enrolled myself at mba.com and started looking for options to get off the mark. A dear friend of mine, who is pursuing his MS in Washington, suggested that he heard of an online course called e-GMAT, and i should look at it for once. I enrolled for the free trial at e-GMAT's website, and was pretty satisfied with the selected topics i went through. Since i didn't have much time to do a lot of research, i immediately enrolled for its verbal online course and never regretted my decision; i didn't opt for the verbal live prep course as i wanted to study at my own pace and comfort because of my demanding job. I gradually picked up the pace and accelerated my preparation to take my GMAT before mid-Sep 2016 as i planned to apply to ISB in round 1 only. e-GMAT helped me to explore the subtleties of standard English grammar which are used in solving the sentence correction section of the GMAT. While many non-natives can claim to have good command over English, i bet everyone will be surprised to know that our assumptions on correct English and correct usage will fall apart as we delve into the details of what's actually required at GMAT. In addition, the modules on critical reasoning was also very thought-provoking as it helped to develop pre-thinking approach to successfully take on the reasoning section. Pre-thinking approach gives you an ability to assess the line of reasoning and come to your own answers without even looking at the choices. this experience has helped me in my AWA section too as this section also asks you to identify the flaw in the reasoning. The icing on the cake is the scholaranium section of the course. It housed a large number of questions, from the simplest to the toughest, to specifically judge your preparation level with varying difficulty level. it really honed my preparation for the verbal section. After 1.5 months of preparation, i took the GMAT on Sep22, 2016. I scored a 710 (Q50 and V37) in my very first attempt, and i was happy with my performance (couldn't have asked for more with 12+ hours in my job for almost 29 days a month). My overall scored improved by 70 points, and my verbal score improved by 9 points since i had taken my 1st mock, in which i scored a 640. I realize that i could have improved on my verbal score if i had a little more time to brush my verbal preparation further, but nevertheless i guess this is how life goes; sometimes, you don't have the luxury of too much preparation time. I'm truly indebted to the entire e-GMAT team for its peerless guidance. I've applied to my dream B-school and have been eagerly waiting for a positive response. Fingers crossed !!! Wish me luck !!!

Good luck to all of you for your endeavors !!!

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Superb verbal course
October 17 | 2016
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     By albertomcamus 0 0
Self-reported Score:

480

Q43

V15

Improvement:

N/A

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

I highly recommend e-GMAT Verbal Online course to anyone who is struggling with verbal section of GMAT. This course makes you being more confident when you respond to any verbal question. The gain of confidence results in better time management and eventually better overall score.

By the time I registered on e-GMAT Verbal Online I was completely lost and had no clue about what I was doing wrong in SC. I felt that I knew all the grammar rules but still was unable to respond with confidence. Now I know why I was failing and my performance has improved considerably.

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