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Joined: Jan 19, 2012
This is a quick review of e-gmat course (Verbal and Quant Liveprep) for GMAT preparation. I am yet to take up the actual GMAT but nevertheless thought it would be a good idea to already share my experiences with others.
I initially signed up for only the Verbal Live Prep course but was so amazed with the quality of the content and the workshops that I signed up also for the
Quant Liveprep course and I am very happy with the content and delivery.
-Unique Pre-thinking method for SC, RC and CR not taught in other GMAT preparation course.
-The Video training part is elaborate & clear and very effective at explaining the various methods to approach questions.
-Live workshops platform via adobe connect helps in connecting directly with the presenters/hosts and also with co-participants.
-Ability to view video recordings of Live Workshops in case you miss a session.
-Wide variety of practice questions in the Verbal course.
-The Course content can only be accessed properly via IE. I have always had problems exploring the content with Google Chrome/mozilla.
-Need to high speed internet connection to access the Live Workshops.
-The newly introduced Quant course still has few errors in the questions and practice sets.
-Limited practice questions in the IR section, although I understand that more content is getting added.
My previous GMAT score was 620(Q48 and V28) and plan to take up the real test again in a few weeks time.
I already notice a huge improvement in the GMATprep tests, having scored 700 and 710 in the last two mocks (Before my previous attempt,
I was scoring more in the range of 640 to 650 in the GMATprep).
I am very much pleased with the e-gmat course and happy with the outcome so far.
With the help of e-gmat course, I am very much hopeful of replicating the success from my mocks in the real test.