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I am looking to improve my verbal score. I am looking for coaching centres in Chennai. Can anybody vouch for Crackverbal in Chennai? Please share your experience.

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I have enrolled myself with Crackverbal online course and I'm impressed with the content. With my busy work travel schedule, I feel the course is very useful for me and I can watch the videos anytime I want. The support team is great who continue to help me with my doubts but also keep me on track.

It's a good course and I would recommend it to anyone who intends to write GMAT but has no time to attend classes.
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Which is the best course for GMAT verbal preparation among CrackVerbal & eGMAT?

Also, are the online courses better than the classroom program?

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Hello, I am planning on taking help of an online resource for my GMAT verbal preparation. After preliminary research, I am contemplating between crackverbal and "e-gmat verbal online" . Can someone help me choose between these two?

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e-gmat SC is good for a quick boost(20-40points) in the score. If you really want to go for classroom training, then crackverbal is the best among all the other. (Jamboree is useless - I wasted 31500INR) But we can complete the preparation with less than 5000INR if you opt for self study.

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kpottem wrote:
Hello, I am planning on taking help of an online resource for my GMAT verbal preparation. After preliminary research, I am contemplating between crackverbal and "e-gmat verbal online" . Can someone help me choose between these two?

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e-gmat SC is good for a quick boost(20-40points) in the score. If you really want to go for classroom training, then crackverbal is the best among all the other. (Jamboree is useless - I wasted 31500INR) But we can complete the preparation with less than 5000INR if you opt for self study.



How is the Crackverbal online course?

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kpottem wrote:
Hello, I am planning on taking help of an online resource for my GMAT verbal preparation. After preliminary research, I am contemplating between crackverbal and "e-gmat verbal online" . Can someone help me choose between these two?

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e-gmat SC is good for a quick boost(20-40points) in the score. If you really want to go for classroom training, then crackverbal is the best among all the other. (Jamboree is useless - I wasted 31500INR) But we can complete the preparation with less than 5000INR if you opt for self study.



How is the Crackverbal online course?


No idea about the online course and I have not heard much positive reviews about the online course.

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e-gmat SC is good for a quick boost(20-40points) in the score. If you really want to go for classroom training, then crackverbal is the best among all the other. (Jamboree is useless - I wasted 31500INR) But we can complete the preparation with less than 5000INR if you opt for self study.[/quote]


How is the Crackverbal online course?[/quote]

No idea about the online course and I have not heard much positive reviews about the online course.[/quote]


Thank you. What's your suggestion to learn Verbal from? which classes and material do you suggest?

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Go for Manhattan SC for SC, Powerscore Bible for CR and practice for RC. Of course, OG materials too. Buy the Manhattan SC book - you will get 6 practice tests along with it.
So by spending around 1000-1100 INR, you can complete your verbal prep.

Note: I can say that Jamboree is useless. Don't go for it and do not fall for their marketing techniques. I wasted 31k joining jamboree.

If you want to go for classroom, you may try crack verbal.

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Hi, I am looking for coaching centre for both verbal and quant. I am planning for GMAT test in September, so I have around 3 months to prepare. I am Pune based and can attend coaching classes on weekends. Presently, preparing from online resources.
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Another query- I am 40 year old defence officer with aim to join ISB/IIM in 2019. Can someone guide me?

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Hi, I am looking for coaching centre for both verbal and quant. I am planning for GMAT test in September, so I have around 3 months to prepare. I am Pune based and can attend coaching classes on weekends. Presently, preparing from online resources.
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Another query- I am 40 year old defence officer with aim to join ISB/IIM in 2019. Can someone guide me?

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Given the fact that you are 40 years old, I am assuming that you have been out of touch with studies. I would recommend you to go for a 5-6 months study plans since it takes time for you to come on the track. You have an advantage of having a diverse profile with immense experience. So I think a late 600 score will help you in getting admissions. I do not have much information about pune coaching centers. But I can tell you that theory + og + gmatclub tests are enough for a Q50+.

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Thanks alot, I have started my preparations, have done basics of quant and now I have ordered OG and Manhattan books, waiting for them. Planning to appear in test in September.

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What is the best way to prepare for verbal?

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Go for Manhattan SC for SC, Powerscore Bible for CR and practice for RC. Of course, OG materials too. Buy the Manhattan SC book - you will get 6 practice tests along with it.
So by spending around 1000-1100 INR, you can complete your verbal prep.

Note: I can say that Jamboree is useless. Don't go for it and do not fall for their marketing techniques. I wasted 31k joining jamboree.

If you want to go for classroom, you may try crack verbal.

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I am finding egmat SC very useful. Concepts explained clearly and with egmat SC, you get access to quant Q test in GMAT club....

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Good information and thanks for sharing.
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Dont ever ever go for Crackverbal! Trust me it would be nothing but a waste of money. Try e-Gmat its good. After Crackverbal classroom coaching you would be left scratching your head on what new you learned.
I did join their Bangalore center...My scores went down!
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