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# Improvement in my GMAT score! Credit to E GMAT

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11 Feb 2018, 08:28
I always felt GMAT is a simple but difficult to master. Initially, i relied on only test questions and practice tests to prepare for the test, hoping that i will learn the requisite concepts during those practice session. Those tests were helpful, however they didnot translate into the scores that i was targeting- something above 730. Then i came across e-GMAT's online course and attended a free seminar. I liked the verbal course offerings (my quant was sorted anyways!) and hence i decided to give it a try. plus, the 40 point improvement guarantee was a reassurance, and it also reflected the confidence of the EGMAT founders on their offerings. When i retook the exam, i had a method to my reasoning - this resulted in more confidence and clarity in eliminating the wrong choices.No wonders i saw a significant improvement in my verbal score the second time around. Now, i am truly excited for the next phase of my journey
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