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Joined: May 16, 2020
710 Q48 V38
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I cannot thank the E-GMAT team enough for the amount of improvement I made on the Verbal section of GMAT between my 2 attempts.
For my first attempt, I went ahead with a reputed live online coaching program in India. Although, my quant prep was decent, I was struggling badly in verbal. SC, which is by far the easiest section on GMAT verbal, was pulling my score down badly. A month before my first GMAT attempt, I came across e-GMAT's verbal course and took a free sigma mock to gauge my preparation and scored a V26. On the subsequent official test 1 attempt (2 days later), I scored a V33. I thought that the sigma mock was not an actual representation of GMAT verbal section. I trusted my preparation, studied for a month and went ahead with the actual exam, only to receive a reality check (Actual score – 630 – Q49, V27). I realized that the verbal section is the one which is going to make or break my score. I got in touch with Sandeep from e-GMAT and immediately took up its subscription.
The SC, CR and RC modules of e-GMAT course are so designed that their focus lies entirely on mastering a structured process. Trust me, this is the only way to consistently perform and succeed on the GMAT. If you learn to follow a structured approach for any question, nothing will stop you on the D-Day.
The online practice platform – Scholaranium is the best that one can ask for. It helped me identify the gaps in my preparation and I could track my progress on it with ease.
The e-GMAT support staff is great too. They are readily available to handle you doubts over a mail and their response time is less than 24 hours. They also paused my subscription when I needed that owing to work commitments.
All in all, e-GMAT verbal online course is your best bet if you are looking for a great verbal score or are struggling with your verbal preparation.