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Joined: Nov 05, 2014
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Once I decided to give GMAT, I heard a range of facts and myths related to the preparation. One such myth was that the people, who are either avid readers or native speakers can only get a good score good in verbal section. The fact that I was neither of the two, scared me out of my wits and this thought was somewhere stuck in my head. Even though I tried to learn theory and practiced questions, I was unable to identify the cause of my mistakes. To add to my woes was my inability to sustain my concentration till the end of verbal section. These shortcomings were reflected in my first attempt of GMAT, where I had scored 32 in verbal.
After taking a break of a month, I decided to begin with my prep again. It was during this time one of friends told me about eGMAT verbal course. I attended the free sessions and was impressed with the way the concepts were taught. The sessions were great eye openers, and pretty easy to understand. This prompted me to enroll for eGMAT verbal course.
The course is very well-structured, and helps in understanding of all the concepts, including the tough ones such as modifiers. I realized the importance of understanding the meaning of question and the need of pre-thinking the argument. Scholaranium section is an added bonus. The timed practice of scholaranium questions gets once face to face with their strengths and weaknesses. In-fact, this section helped me evaluate and rectify my mistakes.
The eGMAT Verbal course made me feel more confident and removed the apprehensions related to verbal section. Again a big thanks to eGMAT team for their wonderful course. I would like to strongly recommend this course to every non-native speaker for the verbal prep.