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     By rbhurat020 0 0
Verified Score:

740

Q50

V40

Improvement:

40 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

Hi,

I began my preparation for GMAT in October 2017 based on very limited research about the various resources available online. I bought only the Manhattan book series and OG-2017. To begin with, Quant was never an issue. In the initial mock tests, I was reaching 48-49 (without any preparation). However, Verbal was an issue and I scored only a 32 (without any prep). I realised my focus should be more on the Verbal section where I could increase my overall test score in a greater proportion than Quant. My target was at least Q50/V43 (around 760).

After spending 2 months with the Manhattan series and solving all OG questions, I could see only a slight improvement in my results. I wasn't very happy with my scores (700 Q49 V35). Due to hectic work schedules, I could not concentrate on my preparation. I needed help in Verbal as I was not able to breach the score V35. Quant was okay as I was regularly able to touch Q50.

After attending a couple of free webinars conducted by Rajat Sadana and Payal Tandon, I decided to opt for a trail version of e-GMAT course. My first impression navigating the course screens was - extremely user friendly clearly demonstrating a keen investment in technology and graphics. I decided to give e-GMAT a shot (GMAT online course - Verbal + Quant).

And, the course was above my expectations.

The things that I liked the most:
1. One of the most user-friendly interface. After working for 10 hours in a day, the last thing that I expect to see in a course is the difficult to navigate screens and boring graphics. e-GMAT did a great job to make the course interesting. In fact I used to look forward to spend 2 hours
2. Concept clarity: e-GMAT have clearly invested a significant amount of time in preparation of their course materials. Each topic covered has been explained in great detail and in a systematic way with a lot of easy-to-understand examples.
3. Question bank: e-GMAT have also developed a large question bank called Scholaranium which thoroughly prepares a candidate for questions of all levels.
4. Responses to queries: I was impressed by the by the team have answered to not only my queries but also the queries of other students. These responses have been posted in a systematic manner, helping other students to prepare through the questions of some one else.

I think the course could improve on:
The difficulty levels of Scholaranium should be more in line with the actual exam. I feel that there are significantly difficult questions tested in Scholaranium in comparison to the questions asked in actual GMAT exam. The higher difficultly levels mis-guides the candidates in wrongly assessing their weak/strong areas. I believe if the questions are tagged as 750+, 700+, 650+, 600+ questions, it would prepare the students even better.

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E-Gmat Verbal Online Review
January 13 | 2019
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     By osh77 4 0
Verified Score:

720

Q48

V40

Improvement:

110 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

The course is fantastic. They way they've structured the verbal is really brilliant. My verbal score improved from a 33 to 40 in a span of about 1.2 Months as well as my Quant (42 to 48) and I managed this with a full-time Consulting job at a Big-4. Their foundation concepts along with their application files and post Module Quizzes really drills in concepts. Verbal Scholaranium is a treasure trove of quality questions.

I've been trying to crack this exam for close to three years now. My breakthrough was e-GMAT, Kudos to those guys. It is a must have course if you are serious about improving your score.

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     By shaarang 73 49
Verified Score:

740

Q49

V42

Improvement:

50 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

Despite being a natural strength of mine, I completely tanked the Verbal sections on my first two attempts on the GMAT, getting a V33 and V35. With another attempt scheduled in just 2 weeks, I decided to go for broke and purchase the e-GMAT Verbal package.

I only had two weeks to prepare and was skeptical of starting my prep from scratch. The structured approach to tackling Verbal questions advocated by e-GMAT makes it exceedingly easy to arrive at the correct answer. The systematic division of topics and topic-specific skills, along with on-demand video lessons, helps acquire those skills faster. Scholaranium, e-GMAT's question bank, is endlessly customizable and helps you hone particular skills repeatedly. On the GMAT, repetition is key to mastery, and e-GMAT has based their course around this.

I only used the service for ~15 days but my the approach helped me elevate my score to V42. I'm confident that enrolling into e-GMAT's courses from day one would have pushed my score above 760. The questions are representative of those on the actual test and the techniques advocated help save time and relieve pressure when taking the test. Great stuff; highly recommended!

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     By D3N0 402 184
Verified Score:

620

Q48

V28

Improvement:

70 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

I prepared for GMAT with E-GMAT verbal online course. From my point of view, Course was useful in terms of learning.

My main focus was to improve upon my SC. I completed the Verbal online SC part and found it useful. Their method of understanding the meaning and then solving the Question helped a lot both in SC and RC. At few points, few of their solutions to the questions on their question pages did not satisfy me at all. Solutions were not properly written (My opinion) Or maybe I couldn't understand them better. They need to work a bit on their responses of queries.

Their RC part is well structured and defined. But mostly it depends on how you like to learn or read, so for me, it was a bit boring. Their segregation of the questions type is good and this helps you at initial phase when you are trying to understand the questions and how to go about it.

CR section is also well though. E-gmat focuses, a bit, heavily on Negation method and it depends on person to person if they like it or not. Personally, I found it a bit more time-consuming but again personal choice. This is where it gets tricky because Critical Reasoning is understanding and different people have different thinking style, I found E-Gmat CR solutions not upto the mark. There were so many uncleared doubt and slow response made it a bit difficult.


So in my opinion.
Scholoranium: Well this is the best tool to understand your preparation level and improvement areas. I highl recommend this.

SC: a big YES !!
CR: learn from E-gmat and develop the solution strategy which you like best. E-gmat will be useful. (AV makes learning easy)
RC: Not sure about this.
Scholoranium: After SC course this is the best part about E-gmat. They have worked hard to make it good and they did.

Btw: I am a non-Native speaker from India who completed his education till 12th (XII) from Hindi medium Govt. school in a small town. I had V28 before E-gmat verbal course and V35 after, so for me it worked and I only study using E-gmat for about 2 months. If I have used it more I could have Improved on My Verbal.

I like E-gmat Course beacuase AV methode made it more fun for me (just like attending English classes at School) :D

Thanks

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Worth it!!!
December 27 | 2018
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     By gmatenthureturns 26 1
Verified Score:

710

Q49

V36

Improvement:

20 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

Hello,

I finally wrapped up my GMAT last week. My verbal score is V36 - 5 points jump from my previous V31. The only thing that was different between these two attempts was my subscription to eGMAT's live classes for Verbal. Its hard to say much what has not been said about this amazing Verbal course, specially the SC section is top notch. I come from a background where I was not fortunate enough to have had any formal training in comprehension, grammar or structure of a sentence, The SC section is so amazingly designed, structured and detailed - one is sure to improve his/her accuracy and timing if follows the 3 step eGMAT process diligently. To top it all, you get to analyze your performance, pin point your weaknesses, and target them on Scholarinium. This platform is enough to get you to speed once you are comfortable with 3 step process learned from various modules of the course. In conclusion, the Verbal course of eGMAT is worth every penny you will spend in this rather long and exhausting MBA admission process.

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     By aksiit001 0 0
Self-reported Score:

570

V32

Improvement:

50 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

I had already given my GMAT once already. However, I knew that there is still a lot to improve and especially I could improve my verbal score a lot. So I again started going through the verbal scholaranium and I resolved the solved questions again.
This time I changed my approach towards each question and focused on every aspect of a choice. I started pointing out a lot of problems with every choice. Next step was to give a lot of tests, which I had missed doing in my first attempt. I gave one sectional test every alternate day and full test every 4th day. Things took time to improve. Initially I was not improving and my approach was same as the last one. So Finally with practice and time, I started improving. My scores started increasing and I reached the verbal score of 38 in mocks.
None of this could have been possible without the brilliantly designed course - e-gmat Verbal Online Prep. I would recommend this course to every non-native speaker. You cannot get a better service at this price.

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     By Adyasha18 2 0
Self-reported Score:

530

Q43

V20

Improvement:

10 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Krishna Chaitanya

My greatest weakness was comprehending a long and complex sentence correctly in verbal.
Master comprehension module helped me a lot to comprehend the meaning of a complex sentence .
SC,CR, and RC module are designed beautifully to make your base strong .
The concepts taught in these videos were very helpful not only to clear very basic doubts but also to tackle difficult questions.
I used to make notes while going through SC,CR, and RC module. And it helped me a lot during revision.
Verbal scholaranium is no doubt a great platform to know the ability.
The questions are too good in the verbal scholarinium.
I used the verbal forum in the later part of my preparation. It is really a nice platform to clarify very silly to tricky doubts.
I wrote my GMAT exam on 18th dec 2018. Since my target score is 730, I am planning to write the exam again to get 700 plus score sticking to my e-gmat verbal preparation.

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Gmat score improvement
December 19 | 2018
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     By Ritz1605 18 4
Verified Score:

620

Q50

V24

Improvement:

90 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

I was looking for a verbal course online, one of my friend suggested me about the e-gmat verbal online course, I quickly enrolled for the course.
It is an extremely user friendly and an interactive course, which removes the general monotony of studying from a text book.
It was the first time when I had to learn the grammar rules, and being a non-native speaker, I always trusted my ear for correct grammar. I got to know the step by step approach of how to handle SC, which was the most difficult section for me in the GMAT, I was scoring the minimal and with a very low accuracy, after learning the concepts and applying the POE approach my accuracy started to increase in this section.
The approach to handle the tough RC passages is also explained, and after diligently applying the approaches my accuracy almost increased to 90%, infact in my GMAT retake I got 100% accuracy in the inferred area sub-section of RC (I saw in my ESR).
The pre-thinking approach to handle SC questions is also another amazing aspect of the course.
The questions on the scholaranium are very realistic and the closest to what you could get on the GMAT.

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     By markymarc89 0 0
Self-reported Score:

740

Q50

V41

Improvement:

60 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online

I took the GMAT a total of 4 times over a period of 6 months. In my first 3 attempts, I scored 680 consistently. In my final attempt, I scored 740 (Q50, V41).

At the end of my third GMAT, I was determined to give it one final push before the 2nd round MBA application deadlines and I wanted to take an online course that was more personalised.

e-GMAT was my selected course. I was most concerned with improving my verbal section and I read many positive reviews about e-GMAT from the various forums.

The aspects of the e-GMAT that helped me the most are listed below:

1. Facilitated Specific Goal Setting

Before starting any of the online materials, e-GMAT has a GMAT Planner that shows you the specific percentile you should train towards if you want your target GMAT score. The Planner gives a specific percentile for each component of the GMAT in order for you to attain your target GMAT score.

For example, I wanted a GMAT score of 750 and I reported that I was fairly proficient in both Quans and Verbal.
The GMAT Planner then churned out specific target percentiles for my Algebra (85%ile), Arithmetic (87%), SC (85%ile), CR (87%ile) & RC (89%ile), resulting in an overall Quans Scaled Score of 50 & an overall Verbal Scaled Score of 41.

I also liked the feature in which I could change components within the recommendation based on the understanding of my own competencies. I knew SC was my weaker component, and thus, I reduced the target percentile needed for SC. Furthermore, the GMAT Planner takes into account the minimum score for you to achieve the target goal (i.e., there are certain percentiles below which you cannot state as a goal if you have a higher target GMAT score)

Ultimately, this gave me a very clear goal to work towards & I dedicated my energy towards these component percentiles.

2. Provided Rigorous Verbal Training

The best part about the e-GMAT is its depth of content.

But before delving into specific topics, the course taught me how to read. While we do read daily, we do not necessarily comprehend what we read to the level demanded by the GMAT. Thus, e-GMAT provides this module called Master Comprehension in which it teaches you how to read effectively so as to correctly answer the questions thrown at you during the GMAT.

Needless to say, the topics for the actual content of the GMAT are well covered thereafter. The videos are filled with multiple example questions and you go through scaffolded learning; the level of difficulty is slowly increased through the videos to ensure that you aren't thrown into the deep end.

Furthermore, if you have any question regarding the content presented in the video, you can post questions in the forum for that particular topic or read questions that have been asked by other e-GMAT learners. This helped to clarify many doubts that I had for specific topics and this made the learning process alot more personalised.

3. Maintains an Effective Question Bank + Provides Realistic Training using Questions from the Official Guides

Scholaranium is essentially a question bank that churns out ability tests and practice quizzes to help you keep track of how well you are progressing in attaining your target percentile scores. Additionally, in each of the content topics covered, e-GMAT makes reference to the relevant questions from the Official Guide.

These helped to provide me with realistic training and it better prepared me for the actual GMAT.

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     By nitinkarnwal 11 0
Verified Score:

700

Q49

V36

Improvement:

40 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Online
Location: Online

I had already given my GMAT once already. However, I knew that there is still a lot to improve and especially I could improve my verbal score a lot. So I again started going through the verbal scholaranium and I resolved the solved questions again.
This time I changed my approach towards each question and focused on every aspect of a choice. I started pointing out a lot of problems with every choice. Next step was to give a lot of tests, which I had missed doing in my first attempt. I gave one sectional test every alternate day and full test every 4th day. Things took time to improve. Initially I was not improving and my approach was same as the last one. So Finally with practice and time, I started improving. My scores started increasing and I reached the verbal score of 42.
None of this could have been possible without the brilliantly designed course - e-gmat Verbal Online Prep. I would recommend this course to every non-native speaker. You cannot get a better service at this price.

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