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World's first prep course designed to help non-natives level the playing field and score higher on GMAT Verbal. e-GMAT's methods and strategies help non-natives improve 5+ points on GMAT Verbal.  Includes Basic & Advanced Concepts – 30+ hrs of audio visual content, Proprietary framework for non-natives, 24-hr Expert Personalized support, Largest Question Bank (200+) and GMAT Strategy Live Sessions (6 hrs).
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Start from basics!
July 31 | 2017
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     By sid0210 0 0
Self-reported Score:

660

Q47

V34

Improvement:

N/A

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

Hello everyone. Before going into the course feedback, I'll like to tell about my background. I am an engineer with a work experience of 2 years. I had appeared for my first GMAT attempt in early 2016 and scored 660 on it. I realised just after the exam that I needed to clear my basic concepts before having a try again on the GMAT. I researched a lot about the best verbal courses provided by different institutions. After a lot of research and positive feedbacks on the e-GMAT course, I decided to go with the Verbal online course.
Coming to the course, I really didn't expect it to be so good! We have different sections for RC, CR and SC. In each section you have the topics broken down and video lectures for each of the topic. They will explain all the intricacies in detail. On top of that, they have tests at the end of each topic you just learned. This was the icing on the cake as you could test your hand on the topic just learned. On top of all this, you have the verbal scholaranium which is essentially a question bank. You can practice from the scholaranium in any section you want or you can take a verbal ability test, similar to the actual GMAT test, which contains questions from all the sections and is a 75 minutes test.
The course significantly improved my basics in each of the sections. It told all the details that you should keep in mind while answering any question. It has a proper flow that you can follow to arrive at the correct answer choice.
I would highly recommend this course to the people who are thinking about taking up online verbal courses. It's a no-brainer to go with e-GMAT's Verbal online course.
Happy studying and all the best folks!

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GMAT Course Review
Master SC to Ace Verbal
July 31 | 2017
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful
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     By sk19 0 0
Verified Score:

760

Q49

V45

Improvement:

70 Points

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

One of the key things that I would recommend to anyone who is planning to take GMAT is that don't go looking for additional practice material beyond e-GMAT, which offers a thorough and comprehensive course that covers all the fundamentals required to ace the test. Moreover, the way the tutors help you dissect even the most difficult questions helps you a great deal.
From my experience while preparing for GMAT, I feel that for anyone who is aiming for a 99 percentile in Verbal, SC is going to be the key for moving past this hurdle. Master the concepts quickly and then focus on the application. It’s not simply about learning the concepts, but rather applying those concepts effectively in a test environment. e-GMAT’s approach to SC can help you master this strategy.

SC: Covers all the fundamental rules that are needed to do well in SC. I felt that the SC videos were very engaging and interactive as they explained the grammatical concepts in plain "English". One strategy that stands out is e-GMAT's strong emphasis on meaning. It may sound trivial but it is one of the most helpful approaches for SC, especially when you are dealing with 750 level questions. In most difficult SC questions, you may often have two grammatically correct options, and in such cases if you blindly follow the grammar rules you may end up picking the wrong answer. I couldn’t emphasize enough on the usefulness of the meaning based approach that e-GMAT encourages.
I also benefited a great deal from Scholaranium, especially from the detailed explanations. Because of these explanations, each question can effectively serve as 5 questions (Identify potential errors in each of the options). I don’t recommend that anyone do this during the exam, but while practicing I felt that it helped me excel in SC.

CR: CR course is more about following a particular approach. Unlike SC, there aren't many concepts / rules to learn. e-GMAT helps you master a process that enables you to avoid falling in common mistake traps.

RC: Mastering reading strategies is a must. And e-GMAT's course puts strong emphasis on that.

I can confidently say that e-GMAT can give the means to achieve your target score in an efficient manner. Its coursework will give you enough practice material, save you time as you won't need to run to "N" number of sources for practicing good quality questions, and thereby giving you the opportunity to do the best you can on GMAT.

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     By ramansh21 0 0
Self-reported Score:

710

Q47

V38

Improvement:

N/A

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

I started using E-gmat as I had heard a lot of positive appreciation about E-gmat.

I first went through the concepts. Please do not forget to go through the application files. A low score on the application file indicates that you need to revise the topics throughly.

I found the concept files engaging and breezy. Concepts are explained in a lucid manner.

Another tip to effectively study is to utilize the Scholararium section. Not only can you choose the types of questions but you can also the difficulty level. This tool also has a detailed feedback on your weak areas. This tool also helps to provide actionable feedback area wise.

All and All E-gmat is a powerful weapon to master the gmat! GO for it !!!

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GMAT Course Review
Improved verbal skills
July 31 | 2017
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     By Sachin07 23 8
Self-reported Score:

610

Q46

V29

Improvement:

80 Points

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

- [ ] I gave my first GMAT exam without any coaching or without enrolling into any course and had a low score of 530 Q42 V20 and the first thing that came to my mind was I need to improve my verbal skills so after reading a lot of reviews on GMAT Club and attending the first free webinar for CR from egmat I decided to give it a try and enrolled for the Verbal Online course.The best thing about this course is step wise approach to explain things. The videos require a lot of time but it was worth it as it helped me understand the every detail also a step wise approach to solve the questions.I liked the videos for both SC and CR and after going through all the courses my accuracy for SC improved from 45 to 80%. Another feature of this that I liked was the scholaranium wherein I could practice and improve my performance.

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     By sandyacegmat 6 1
Self-reported Score:

570

Improvement:

N/A

Quant:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Quant Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Payal Tandon

E-GMAT is the best online course that I have come across. Those who need to clearly understand the math concepts then E-GMAT is the course for you undoubtedly. The concepts covered have immensely helped in my preparation.

The best thing is the sample questions that are given after each concept to firm up your learning and the volume of questions in Scholaranium. The level of question range from easy to hard giving you the flexibility of choosing the difficulty level using custom quiz, which I have used the most in Scholaranium to track my improvement.

Another best thing about E-GMAT is the feedback that you get from the instructors, who have been very quick in responding to every query and their responses have been very detail too.

My quant accuracy and ability have improved since I started using E-GMAT course and I have my actual exam in 4 weeks time, but I want to give this feedback on the course so that it might help those who are still wandering about the right course to choose to ace the verbal.

Definitely I recommend to those who are looking for a self paced course with good question bank to practice.

Thanks!

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     By Sandesh0476 1 0
Self-reported Score:

660

Q49

V31

Improvement:

N/A

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Payal Tandon

Hi All,

I had the subscription for both GMAT online and GMAT verbal live prep programs offered by e-gmat.

The most important thing I liked was their course content ,which has been split into little chunks. This makes it very easy to focus on the weak areas and learn the concepts thoroughly. They also have a pre-assessment and a post assessment quizzes before/after each lecture that helps you gauge your existing and improved skill level.
The responses to various posts both in the forum is quite impressive. In many cases , I used to post content in order to check my understanding . So it kind of gives a feeling like you're in a classroom program.

The scholaranium is a tool that I used most extensively. This has helped a lot in checking your current ability and fixing the same. They have certain really tough questions which test your core concepts in a very different way. This is particularly helpful for people who would want tough questions to practice so that they are ready to face them when the actual GMAT test throws one.

They have included a lot of grammatical nuances that are rarely tested in GMAT . This for sure helps you if you're shooting for V40+.

I have certainly improved a lot from my existing skill level as the course made me look at the approach in a new light.

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     By paragmenon 0 0
Verified Score:

680

Q36

V47

Improvement:

40 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Rajat Sadana

E-gmat is the best verbal course for non-natives. The content makers have done a great job in simplifying the verbal section and have actually made it interesting. Before starting my GMAT preparation (at the cost of sounding boastful), I thought I had strong verbal skills so I should be OK in this section. However this was proven wrong immediately when I took my first test. Shattered with my score, I decided to sign-up for e-gmat after reading all the reviews and my score started increasing pretty much after the first few SC videos. Their scholariam is also a great tool to test your level periodically and make tweaks in your preparation as needed.
The SC and RC section go into in-depth anaylsis for each questions and help is in clearing your basic doubts.

The verbal section is extremely comprehensive and you can individually focus on your weak areas through the use of scholariam to improve your score.

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     By Prasenjit84 0 0
Verified Score:

590

Q47

V24

Improvement:

70 Points

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

I took my first GMAT on March 15th 2017 .I did not take any coaching help and only relied on the Manhattan GMAP prep books and official guides and some free online stuff. I scored a score of 590 (Q 47 and V 24 and IR 2) .I realized that I have considerable concept gaps in verbal and that I cannot simply overcome them by studying Manhatten Prep books and Office guides. So I started looking for Online / Live session courses and reviewed them on Gmat Club.I trusted Gmat club reviews simply because there were verified reviews and I found that E-Gmat stands out as a clear winner in the Verbal online segment courses not only with the maximum number of reviews but also reviews from successful native Indian speakers whom have done well on the Gmat.
So selected the E-Gmat course and tried to complete it from beginning to end. I was pleasantly surprised to find how each and every tops have been framed and different pitfalls and common tested errors for that topic has been discussed at length. Each and every chapter is followed up with a concept check with real GMAT like problem. Each such exercise helped me to rectify the grey areas that I had in those topics and move on.
The Verbal scholarium is such a meticulously planned exercise tool that gives you 730+ Gmat like questions that you can use to practice either to develop your accuracy or your sense of timing , a factor that is crucial and extremely handy in actual GMAT test.
Although I am confident that the sentence correction module of EGMAT verbal course is truly the best one that is available in the market and prepares you holistically towards a better verbal score, CR section is also elaborate and there are over 230 gmat like practice question in the verbal scholarium that is sufficient to elevate your CR accuracy.
Only thing that might be slightly made more relevant is the approach one needs to take for the RCs as sometimes I have felt that the approach is lengthy.
Overall I would say that it is fantastic product and provides much more value than it is priced.If it is followed holistically , it is bound to improve your GMAT verbal score .

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e-gmat verbal online
July 20 | 2017
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
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     By MounikaAchanti 0 0
Verified Score:

710

Q49

V37

Improvement:

N/A

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

I went with the egmat course. I went through the SC and CR courses of egmat, and they were, no doubt, a great stepping-stone to a better understanding of the subtle concepts in SC, and the pre-thinking way in CR.The questions in scholaranium are very good.What worked for me in SC was that I understood the meaning of the sentence in question and always questioned myself about the modifiers used in that sentence.For CR, the pre-thinking, as obvious as it sounds, tremendously helped me.
In summary, e-gmat verbal online is a great course for non-native english speakers

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GMAT Course Review
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     By maheshnandan 0 0
Self-reported Score:

710

Q49

V36

Improvement:

50 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Payal Tandon

I am a non-native English speaker and verbal section was my weak area. After several months of preparation I scored a 660 (v31, Q49) on GMAT. I felt like the score didn't do justice to my preparation and I could do better. I prepared for another 3 months and this time focussed exclusively on verbal. I used MGMAT, Official guides, Kaplan, PowerScore, GMAT club verbal guide, and various resources in GMAT club for my preparation. I thought I was well prepared this time, but I wasn't. When I was attempting SC, I had no idea what the question was trying to test me on. RCs on exam were so much more difficult than what I practiced. I would read the passage, not grasp much, re-read it, this time feeling tensed and not grasp much either. I would continue in this loop until I was panicking and feeling frustrated on why the passages were so difficult. I scored another 660 (v28, Q51 ). In spite of preparing verbal exclusively I actually scored lower. At this point anyone would realize he needs help, but not me. After another 8 months I started preparing for GMAT again. Long story short I prepared for another 3-4 months (pretty much only verbal) and scored 650. I wanted to give up but at this point I had nothing to lose in giving another attempt. So I decided to take classes from E-GMAT.

I chose E-GMAT because I went through several articles on GMAT club by Payal and Shraddha during my verbal preparation and really liked their approach. I could only spend 2 months for preparation before my next attempt.

In these 2 months I learnt more than what I learnt in 2 years since I started preparing for GMAT. I considerably changed my approach in all three sections on verbal. Scholaranium is the best resource for practice that I have seen so far. The RC passages were as difficult as I found in the exam. I scored 700 in my next attempt. I am happy with my score, but just regret not having registered sooner to E-GMAT. I can't help but think that I might have scored better had I spent more time using E-GMAT for my preparation.

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