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GMAT Course Review
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     By kylekim 0 0
Final Score:

640

Q50

V26

Improvement:

150 Points

Quant:     
Location: Online

The way 'Math Revolution' solves questions is so unique and effective. To save your time spending to math, I truly believe that the math revolution is the best choice. It teaches you easy and critical logic and ways to solve questions. Anyone who is suffering lack of time in math solving, I strongly recommend you to take this course.

Math revolution is designed to help people who don't have enough time to study and who want to increase math score urgently. For me, I had only 5 months to study GMAT. As a non-native English speaker, I had to spend more time to verbal section than to math. Before I took the math revolution I had never studied math after graduation, 10 years ago. But after took this course I marked 50 in math at the first GMAT test. So, after that I could spend my time to study verbal.

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GMAT Course Review
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     By raviuofa 0 0
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N/A

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

If you are a non-native English speaker like me, I will strongly recommend egmat verbal. The videos under each Verbal section was very comprehensive and in-depth. E-gmat showed me many of the nuances in English Grammar that a non native speaker typically overlooks. I really liked their Quiz under each Verbal Section and also the answers to the quiz are very well explained.

Egmat provided an effective strategy to tackle SC and CR. Also how to train yourself for "Active Reading" in RC. Overall I give two thumbs up to this course. I am giving my exam in a month and I feel i would be able to crack it this time!

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GMAT Course Review
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     By Manik92 6 0
Final Score:

650

Q49

V27

Improvement:

N/A

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

Quality of questions:
Excellent level of questions in both SC and scholaranium. Nice application of concepts in the question bank especially the 3 step procedure.
Quality of solutions: Solutions aligns itself with the 3 step process approach and is quite simple to understand and apply. For non natives it is one the best courses out there I would suggest it all GMAT aspirants.
Platform: The scholaranium platform offers variety of flexibility to analyze strengths and weakness and develop the strategy accordingly. One of the key features is the ability tab that helps to evaluate oneself in the best way. Overall, this course has helped me in not only preparing for GMAT but also improve my reading and writing skills.

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GMAT Course Review
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     By Dalena0106 0 0
Final Score:

620

Q49

V25

Improvement:

10 Points

Quant:     
Location: Online

My quant score before starting a comprehensive “All-In-One 51” course at Math Revolution was fluctuated between 47 and 48. In the real test, I had to rush myself for the last 5 to 7 questions, making me feel less confident about the quant result and partially affecting my mood for verbal section. My problem was that I spent too much time on solving “rate, time & distance, work rate, probability, percentage, divisibility, factors, and some devil level geometry questions.” As a non-native speaker, it took me a hard time trying to make sense of “x is what percent of 0.04y?” or “x is 300% as great as y?” Also, probability and rate, time & distance were not my strong areas, and they all ate up my time. Divisibility and factors in data sufficiency are tricky; Most of the time, I was lured into incorrect answer choices. Fortunately, thanks to Mr. Lee and Math Revolution, I finally got a 49 with confidence. After 37 questions, I still had almost 4 minutes left. Mr. Lee’s variable and PS+DS IVY approaches are mind-blowing. My advice for future students is to strictly follow Mr. Lee’s approaches, practice regularly and you will get a quant score from 49 to 51.

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GMAT Course Review
Best GMAT course
March 13 | 2016
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     By apm1989 2 0
Final Score:

730

Q46

V43

Improvement:

120 Points

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

Having not made the cut in the domestic MBA entrance tests like the CAT, I wanted to enroll for a course that would help me get better results in the GMAT exam.

eGMAT was definitely the perfect course for me because not only was it simple to understand it was also very comprehensive. The examples along with the supporting theory helps clear concepts quicker. The RC section approach not only help improve speed but also accuracy. Thanks to the eGMAT course my accuracy and speed have improved by more than 30 percent. Will definitely recommend this awesome course for all serious GMAT aspirants.

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     By sudarshanpathi 0 0
Final Score:

740

Q50

V40

Improvement:

90 Points

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

I started preparing for GMAT somewhere in July 2015. However, owing to work pressure and other personal engagements I couldn't concentrate enough.
I wrote my first mock GMAT Prep Test on 18th September and scored a 650 Q 48 V 32. A miserable score considering the competition in India.

Then I kept studying OGs and other books but my verbal performance did not improve at all.

A senior from work suggested going for eGMAT Verbal. I was apprehensive at first owing to the price. But went ahead with it anyway. I must tell you that this has been the best ivestment I have ever made.

I bought the package on 20th October and appeared for the test on 15th November 2015. Roughly 25 days time for preparation.

I must admit that I had always been overconfident about my grammar but eGMAT helped me a lot to bring me to the level of confidence.

The sentence-correction module is downright outstanding. You learn in small packets that boost your confidence. The material is superb and so is technique that teach you.

Critical Reasoning is an alien subject for most Indian students (non-native English users). eGMAT helped me excel in this aspect. The various components of an argument. The question types. Elimination strategies. And most of all addressing the fear of boldfaced questions.

If you want to clear the verbal section of GMAT with flying colours take this course from e-GMAT.

If I can improve from V 32 to V 50 anyone can.

All the best for your test and prep.

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     By johntempleman 0 0
Final Score:

650

Q38

V40

Improvement:

50 Points

Verbal:     
Quant:     
Location: Online
Taught by: Ravi Sreerama

I took the Veritas Live Online Course in early 2015. The instructor, Ravi Sreerama, was excellent. Right on point and fantastic to learn from - the classes were a pleasure with him and I actually find I missed them once it was over! The online format worked really well too (it was just like being in a classroom, except much more convenient - plus you could re-watch the classes any time you wanted). The course content was very comprehensive, but perhaps the books even had too much information (they could've been shorter). Overall a very positive experience - I would recommend it to all.

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GMAT Course Review
Good Product, Great Value
March 10 | 2016
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     By Jsur07 1 0
Final Score:

720

Q45

V44

Improvement:

130 Points

Verbal:     
Quant:     
This review is for: Magoosh Premium
Location: Online

After self-prep and using a book from Kaplan, took the GMAT in October 2015, scoring a 590. Decided to go with Magoosh for the second go-round and couldn’t be happier with the results.
PROS: Incredibly in-depth review, covering most every potential topic on the test; difficulty of practice questions and tests is higher than actual GMAT for everyone but the top 1%; focus on actually teaching you the math needed, not just shortcut theories; short (5-15 min) videos cover a topic in a short enough time that doesn’t leave you spacing off.
CONS: Voice of the question explanation (Quant side) will drive you somewhat crazy after a while; consistency of practice questions within the videos is hit and miss – would have liked more direct application as I’m learning the theories; practice question setup doesn’t allow you to practice specific subsets of topics, only general (i.e. Algebra when I wanted to focus on Factoring).
Overall, I highly recommend Magoosh. It focused my prep and drilled in on the areas I needed help with, while not wasting my time forcing me to do unnecessary modules. I took the test a second time in February 2016, and scored a 720. Thanks Magoosh!

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GMAT Course Review
Go the Egmat Way!
March 09 | 2016
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     By prashish 0 0
Improvement:

70 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Neeti Sohal

I have been an e-GMAT verbal live prep student. I am a nonnative and have not been good at verbal skills.
I really had a tough time tackling SC & RC questions. One of my friend suggested me e-GMAT course and I must tell you, solving SC and CR questions in the egmat taught style is the way to crack it.
E-GMAT SC course is really amazing. After i completed the course, right away i was able to get 7-8 on 10 questions correct. SC and CR course taught me that GMAT exam is all about ability,really important leasson for Gmat exam, and that is the emphasis during its courses.
The live sessions gives you the real boost and confidence that you are going the right way.
I guess, if you are facing issues in Verbal section,without doubt,go the e-GMAT way!

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GMAT Course Review
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     By Alchemist14 39 14
Final Score:

600

Q42

V32

Improvement:

N/A

Verbal:     
Quant:     
This review is for: Magoosh Premium
Location: Online

Hello Guys. Over the past few months I have seen a lot of posts enquiring about Magoosh. So today I, being a Magoosh Premium Member, thought let me write a review about my personal experience with Magoosh in order to help future test takers. Please note that I already had my cozy date with the GMAT before I enrolled for their premium account, I have 710 Q48 V38 and am looking towards improving my GMAT score a little bit more, precisely a 750.

What persuaded you to take the Magoosh Premium Account?

Well I had written the GMAT before and I felt that I was weak in my basics. Also I needed some sort of strategy for the kinds of sums I do. I don’t really need another book on SC or CR, What I required was strengthening my previous knowledge. So I asked my friend, a Magoosh user, about the way the course is structured. After I got my own account I was surprised to see the number of videos these guys have made.

What kind of videos do you get access to?

All kinds, From the difference between GRE to GMAT to How to attack RC and CR problems. I could see that there are more than a 100 videos, covering lots of concepts such Probability and Combinations, Essential and Non- Essential Modifiers etc. All the videos(100+) are made by Mike McGary ( Yes the legendary Magoosh Instructor on the forum) with a few made by Chris Lele. The videos are bullet videos i.e crisp and straight to the point. They also have an Idiom Flash card tool that you can use to revise Idioms daily.

How are the questions? Are they GMAT like?

The questions are top notch! See they have limited questions but each question has a new technique or strategy to teach! You could do 100 questions that are similar or do 10 questions that are testing/teaching different concepts.

You didn’t tell anything about whether they are GMAT like?

They are strictly in the boundaries of GMAT. Not brutal, not deceiving, but yes tricky.

Ok so the questions are good, so what about the answer explanations?

They are very good. Each answer explanation has a video recording. I am guy who likes to watch videos and not read from the book. So it fitted me well. Also when you see a person explaining a concept you tend to retain things better and by better I mean for the long term.

Will I get a 780 by using their course?

780 depends on a lot of factors. Your skill, your effort, your comprehension speed, your reaction time and your knowledge. Use the course to enhance your preparation. This wont be a magical bullet for a 780 but a bullet to cover knowledge gaps and make you practice your weak areas.

How do I best use their course?

‘Best’ is a subjective word. Here is what I am doing- Watch all the videos, take mini mock tests (Q37 V41 Questions), do error analysis and make flash cards for my weak areas.

Sounds convincing, but wait they are charging a substantial price for their course. What is their USP?

If you get a good score you will end up with a huge (

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