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From 600 to 760 (Q51, V41), secure 700+ with 5m plan & 5 take-aways

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New post 18 Sep 2016, 18:52
Congrats Manman for the score!!!

One question, where can I get Bunuel's explanation for the Quant?

Thanks!
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New post 06 Nov 2016, 21:11
Hi there.

Nice enlightening debrief.

Just need a word of advice. I had scored 720 (Q49, V40) last year and now I plan to increase my score to 750+. Can you suggest something as to how to cross the 750 barrier.

Thanks in advance.

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New post 04 Jul 2017, 08:13
Manman2012 Do you think e-gmat verbal ability score represents gmat's verbal percentile score perfectly??

And what will you tell about the accuracy of GMAT Club Verbal test score?
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New post 11 Oct 2017, 05:16
Hello ,

I loved your debrief !
I have given the gmat once Last year, and scored 540.
I have been preparing for the last 3-4 months ,but got hold of egmat verbal and gmat club tests only recently. Finished Og and Verbal review once. (Noted my mistakes too)
Currently, even though I am practising from the egmat (after going through all lessons over the past 20 days), I seem to be thrown with new concepts on every quiz I take and fail to finish them in time. I know I need to start giving Maths tests more frequently as well from gmat club tests. Can you suggest some timing skills that I can follow (specially for CR and SC, RC is still OK (approx. 5-7 mins for 1 passage)) ?
Planning to give the test on 1 December ,2017.
Freaking out a bit :(
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New post 29 Jan 2018, 11:52
egmat offers verbal preparation guide in two types. verbal online($199) & verbal live preparation($329).what is the difference between them. any loss if i go for verbal online??
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New post 31 Jan 2018, 10:08
amisandhu – there are three primary differences between our Online and Live courses.

Live Sessions - Live sessions offer addition application practice in a real time environment. Also Using tools used in the classroom, the instructor can identify the areas you are faltering on and the reasons for the same. This enables the instructor to provide feedback specific to you so that you can improve faster and ace the GMAT.

Additional Support – Our instructors stay back and address any questions that you have regarding your preparation strategy or otherwise. This live one on one support is offered only to Live students.

Guarantee: While both our courses have proven to be effective, Verbal Live Prep comes with a +4 point score improvement guarantee. If you have a V32 in your prior attempt, we guarantee a V36. Even when your starting score is a V37, we guarantee that you can improve to a V41 (94 percentile!) on GMAT Verbal. Verbal Live Prep is the only course in the world that dares to guarantee a score up to 94 percentile.

Now Verbal Live Prep does require that you spend at least 18 hours of commitment every week. Also, you can always start with Verbal Online and upgrade to Verbal Live Prep. I hope this helps.
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