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Joined: Jan 26, 2012
I am an non-native english speaker and verbal is my weakest section in GMAT. I started my preparation with Manhattan books (SC, CR, and RC) and completed the materials in three months. I scored an average of V34 in all the manhattan test. With an assumption that i can replicate the same performance in the actual GMAT, i took the exam in March 2014 and was totally upset with the score of 640 (Q49 V28).
This is when i realized that to score high in GMAT one must not only memorize the concepts but also learn how to apply those concepts. while searching for a course that teaches application skills, I read several positive reviews about e-gmat course and success stories of its members. Later i signed up for a free session which was too good. Immediately, i enrolled for Verbal live prep. Without a doubt, this course is best for non-native speakers. It gives lot of importance to application skill. My verbal score improved a lot in practice test (38 average in 6 test). I scheduled my GMAT on second week of December. With the knowledge gained from e-gmat, I am sure that I will be able to break 700 mark. I will recommend e-gmat courses for all non-native english speakers who want to improve their verbal score.