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# Need Guidance!!

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12 Jul 2018, 08:35
I really don't know posting query in right forum as I am new this forum. I looking to join self study online course for preparation of GMAT. My verbal is weak and quant is average. I am looking for suggestion, which course I can join? I saw two options VeritasPrep and E-gmat. Please guide me on it.

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14 Aug 2018, 07:50
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Shelly17 wrote:
I really don't know posting query in right forum as I am new this forum. I looking to join self study online course for preparation of GMAT. My verbal is weak and quant is average. I am looking for suggestion, which course I can join? I saw two options VeritasPrep and E-gmat. Please guide me on it.

Shelly!

Hi Shelly,

I guess both are highly rated and good courses.

What i would suggest that you go Head for a trial of both the courses.

Take one trial at a time and see which one do u like more.

I think both are good .

For verbal egmat is rated highly , veritas is good as a whole..
Egmat will be cheaper. ..

All the best.

Manish.

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14 Aug 2018, 08:08
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Take a trial of both the courses and then decide which one is good for you.

All the best!!
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16 Aug 2018, 13:27
Thanks for valuable replies!!
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24 Aug 2018, 00:21
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Shelly17 wrote:
I really don't know posting query in right forum as I am new this forum. I looking to join self study online course for preparation of GMAT. My verbal is weak and quant is average. I am looking for suggestion, which course I can join? I saw two options VeritasPrep and E-gmat. Please guide me on it.

Shelly!

The best thing is to decide after taking trial. But again even there will be a risk of taking wrong decision.
I would suggest to take on a GMAC test (1 out of 2 free tests) then do some questions from GMAT Official Guide (any of these OG2017 OG 2018, OG 2016 OG 2015) - say 10 questions per sections SC,CR,RC,PS and DS, yes this should be done without any course and only then take free trails of the courses.
Of course they do offer free webinars and there are couple of videos from each of the companies but free trails would help to gauge you what suits you.
Hope this helps.
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25 Aug 2018, 11:23
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Each course takes a slightly different approach - and what works for one person may not work for you. So explore around to see which approach resonates with you.

We take a "thought process" approach - with expert demonstration videos that show the thinking process that goes on in an expert's head as they think through a test question.

We also look at many variations on a core concept. For example, you may be tested on distance = rate * time with 2 trains moving. But what if 2 trains are not moving in the same direction - instead they are moving in opposite directions? What if one starts first before the other? What if one is moving north and the other one is moving east --- or maybe at an angle, thus forming a triangle?

So we cover the core concept - but also provide sufficient practice around that so you know the possibilities of what can be tested.

Here is a Google Sheet with links to OG SC video explanations showcasing our style:

As an example, you can try to watch through a few walkthroughs here:
http://www.gmatpill.com/sentencecorrection/og/q007.mp4
http://www.gmatpill.com/sentencecorrection/og/d35.mp4

This is a great resource from which to practice and also to hear an expert's perspective when thinking through test questions.

We encourage you to explore some of the success stores of GMAT Pill-ers at:

http://www.gmatpill.com/testimonials

---and get additional GMAT Practice at our online question bank, which has 1,000+ practice questions available free when you create a guest account. A paid account is required to view all of our excellent video explanations.

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28 Aug 2018, 18:16
Hi Shelly17,

It has been about six weeks since we last heard from you. Are you still studying for the GMAT?
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03 Sep 2018, 20:09
Thanks everyone for valuable replies!!

I am studying for GMAT and I have opt for e-gmat course for preparation.
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