Improvement: 10 Points |
I enrolled for the e-GMAT verbal online and live sessions. Prior to joining e-GMAT, I was using MG and honestly the whole concept of prepositional phrases, SV agreement, LDR for pronouns, SV, modifiers among others was all Greek to me, and my approach was to “use my ears to look for a choice that sounded good," skim through the choices, look for similarities, and guess the answer. There was no strategy.
The e-GMAT course taught me a systematic approach for SC and that GMAT is not so much a test of grammar but that of meaning. The finite rule set approach is what made the course very beneficial. I improved my score from 27 to 37 and am now aiming for 40+ for my GMAT, which I will take in a month. But as, “Rome wasn’t built in day," neither is your GMAT score, e-GMAT will provide you with the tool kit, but in the end it’s all about practice.
All the best
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