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I'm thinking of buying e-gmat's verbal course. Would you suggest? I took my GMAT today and got a low score of 600 (V25, Q48).
Please suggest.

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I'm thinking of buying e-gmat's verbal course. Would you suggest? I took my GMAT today and got a low score of 600 (V25, Q48).
Please suggest.


Hi prtkbnsl,

e-GMAT is really a very good course specially for Non Natives. Their SC is one of the best out there. Learn from the course and practice whatever questions you get with it.

Please understand that Most of your learning is going to come from the Official Questions. Now how do you do that? You may refer to the strategy i meantioned here few days back:
https://gmatclub.com/forum/sentence-correction-is-a-nightmare-250148.html#p1932793

Learn a concept, Apply the same on questions and also look out where GMAT Disguise that Concept.

Here is my today's experience. You might learn the concept that "And...as well" together is redundant. But here is the question which tricks you:
https://gmatclub.com/forum/early-admini ... 42622.html

1. Become a better Reader. Spend an hour atleast to READ every day. It will help in RC, which is toughest to improve.Practice 3 RCs everyday from now on. I might miss anything in practice but dont miss to do 3 RCs every single day.
2. Learn the concepts and their nuances as well.
3. CR is a time aking thing too. Learn the patterns that should help you maintain average time.
4. SC is not only about RULES. Meaning is really very important.
5. The most important is to REVISE what you learn.

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I'm thinking of buying e-gmat's verbal course. Would you suggest? I took my GMAT today and got a low score of 600 (V25, Q48).
Please suggest.

Personally, I did benefit from e-gmat's material. I didn't go through the RC part as I was satisfied with my performance there. But in SC and CR my accuracy was lower than what I was aiming for and e-gmat did help fix that.

And yes OG and Verbal review are really good for practice.
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Hi prtkbnsl,

Before I can offer you the specific advice that you’re looking for, it would help if you could provide a bit more information on how you've been studying and your goals:

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1) How long have you studied?
2) What study materials have you used so far?
3) How have you scored on each of your CATs (including the Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores for each)?

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6) When are you planning to apply to Business School?
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New post 09 Oct 2017, 17:56
Personally, I think it is worth trying the service out for the first week and seeing if you like it. Most companies offer some form of trial, usually around 7 days. I found eGMAT just OK, but many others speak very highly of it

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prtkbnsl wrote:
I'm thinking of buying e-gmat's verbal course. Would you suggest? I took my GMAT today and got a low score of 600 (V25, Q48).
Please suggest.


Egmat is good for Verbal and specially for non Natives and it is also the course with greatest number of Reviews at GMAT Club
you can read reviews here in the link and can decide further

https://gmatclub.com/reviews/e-gmat-6

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