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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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     By Psahota 1 0
Self-reported Score:

760

Q50

V41

Improvement:

60 Points

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

I would recommend the e-gmat Verbal Online course to all aspirants for GMAT. Verbal is key to maiking your GMAt score. I have witnessed so may cases where aspirants have a 50 in Quant but a 30-32 in Verbal. I have tried the e-gmat verbal online and the type of content, the clarity in presenting it and the attention to detail is amazing. Especially the Pre-quiz before each section and e-gmat scholaranium are two tools that lead you to see results and feel confident of your skills as well accessing your current skill levels. Believe me reading a text book and attending an interactive e-gamt course makes a lot of difference and the platform is highly engaging.
Also, If you have a doubt about any particular answer choice you can always refer to discussions on that questions and ask experts then and there if you have any doubts or gaps in understanding.

I would highly recommend e-gmat Verbal Online because its the Verbal score that gives an edge to the Overall GMAT score.

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GMAT Verbal made simple
October 04 | 2017
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     By Incognito225 0 0
Self-reported Score:

710

Q49

V38

Improvement:

50 Points

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

I took the GMAT for the first time way back in November 2015 and scored an abysmal 660 subsequent to which I joined the E-GMAT course after reading the reviews on multiple forums. My verbal wasn't bad considering the fact that I had scored a 99%ile in CAT (entrance test for admissions to premier Indian B Schools). However I lacked a structured approach to crack verbal problems and E-GMAT gave me that approach. After 6 months of diligent studies, I scored a 710 with an impressive 38 in Verbal. I think the major standout points of the course were
1. Structured approach to crack SC problems with a 3 step process comprising understanding the meaning, error analysis and elimination. I believe if you follow this approach over time it becomes intuitive and the time to solve SC problems falls dramatically
2. Secondly, the approach to RC too was very comprehensive. I always believed that RC never required an approach to crack the passage. However the 7 step approach to solve RCs has considerably improved my accuracy in RC to well over 80%
3. Finally in case of CR the pre-thinking approach to solving CR problems has been really beneficial. CR was one of my weakest areas a year and half back and I have made great strides in this section

Unfortunately I could not get an admit in the top 10 US B Schools that I was targeting and hence I have decided to retake the GMAT to get a 740 plus score. I have still continued with the E-GMAT course and have started scoring in the 710-730 range in mocks and hope to cross the 740 barrier.

I would recommend this course for Verbal to anyone who is not a native English speaker. I believe it is one of the most comprehensive, structured and relevant GMAT verbal courses

Prashant

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     By yashwanthj 0 0
Self-reported Score:

750

Q50

V41

Improvement:

120 Points

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

I have taken Magoosh gmat course, but my verbal score in mock tests never crossed 32. So, I have decided to move on with a other online prep course which would help me understand the verbal concepts at a granular level and I was glad I found e-gmat verbal live prep and online course. After taking the course, I felt really confidant as my score improved a lot. The best part of the online live prep course was not jus about the concepts, but about studying with a strategy and Rajat really helped me to decide on one. I would recommend the e-Gmat online live prep course to everyone who want to score more than 90 percentile not limited to just non-native english speakers.

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     By acoolguy 0 0
Verified Score:

710

Q49

V38

Improvement:

90 Points

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

Hello Everyone !
This review is for someone who is a non-native like me (although I feel that e-mat will surely help natives and non-natives alike). Before e-gmat I tried 2 courses for verbal - 1. Manhattan Gmat Verbal and EmpowerGMAT. After completing the above 2 courses I was still struggling to break the 700 mark because of weak sentence correction. I went through the Manhattan SC guide twice along with listening to EmpowerGMAT verbal multiple times but could never feel comfortable doing SC Questions. The problem with EmpowerGMAT is that it relies too much on one's ear. Manhattan GMAT SC guides on the other hand are really good for understanding individual rules but when it comes to applying 3-4 different rules/concepts in real GMAT like questions some how I was always making mistakes. The explanations for OG questions in the book and the online videos are not helpful. The explanations fail to unambiguously convey to the reader why a particular options is right vs why other options are not.. In short the explanations are a lot like the explanations in the OG guide. So after struggling with SC for about 1-1.5 month I decided to give e-gmat a try.
It turned out to be an excellent course and a good value for money. e-gmat teaches you a very methodical approach which can be used for all SC Questions alike without any exceptions. I must say that at first the 3 step approach (Meaning Analysis, Error analysis and options analysis) made me feel like I could never complete the question in 90 odd seconds if I were follow the approach to the letter but as I solved more and more questions (say 20-30 questions) following the same approach my accuracy improved quite a bit and the average time required to solve a SC question went down. Ultimately my verbal score improved from a below par V26 in mock tests to V38 in actual test and I could break the 700 mark.

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     By saurabhbhandari 0 0
Verified Score:

560

Q41

V27

Improvement:

N/A

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

I gave my gmat exam back in September 2016 and got a dismal score. I say this with utmost honesty, the moment I saw my verbal score (V27), I was ashamed. All my convent education and good communication skills came short of the mark. This incident hit me hard. I decided to prepare again but due to personal problems I had to take a break of 6-7 months before resuming my prep.
It was then that I got introduced to e-gmat. I started with the Online prep but something was missing. The missing link was the power that the Verbal Live Prep gives you. In a few days I understood that my entire approach towards the process was wrong. Verbal Live prep structured my prep in a way that I started understanding the questions better. For example, when I was introduced to Pre-thinking, I had a hard time understanding the logic and the time it takes seemed far fetched. Today when I am a few weeks away from the D day, I know how powerful a tool is Pre-thinking. Similar was the case with RC. Earlier I used to underline the RC passage in my OG, read it thoroughly, go back to the passage when I answered questions. We all know doing that on a gmat exam is not smart. Post the RC prep course, I saw a huge improvement in my understanding. Today I take 6 mins to solve a long RC passage with an accuracy of 90 %.

I see egmat as the one stop soln to the gmat puzzle.

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Verbal scholarimium review-EGMAT
September 28 | 2017
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     By narendrae 0 0
Self-reported Score:

690

Q51

V35

Improvement:

60 Points

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

Scholarinium provides the best collection of questions to understand and apply any topic in verbal in timely manner.
It applies three step process to solve any question, process which is the best part in my opinion.
Each of the question is followed by detailed solution. It provides why each of the option is correct and why other options are wrong.

Question pool is sufficient in each of the topics: RC, CR and SC.

My accuracy level went from 50% to 85% during the course.

I would highly recommend the E-GMAT verbal online and E-GMAT Scholarinium for any prospective students. Practice using the scholarinium and improve your chances to score higher on real GMAT Day.

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     By Rajeshpo 0 0
Self-reported Score:

560

Q43

V24

Improvement:

80 Points

Quant:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Quant Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Saquib Hasnain

I have taken the e-GMAT's Quant Live Prep subscription from Feb 2017 and I’m extremely satisfied. The Quant Live Prep includes the Quant Online as well. E-Gmat has categorized all the topics in math into 5. They have covered every possible topic in these 5 categories. It is advisable to complete the Quant online before attending the Quant Live Prep. The online classes are scheduled for weekends which worked perfect with my schedule. The instructors were very knowledgeable and through in each and every topic of discussion. They were really slow in explaining concepts and it helped me grasp the intricate details of certain methodologies. The polls during the classes will help you analyze the common mistakes that you make. The PDF that was delivered had the most difficult problems and it made me well equipped for 700 level questions. A lot of shortcuts were discussed during the live prep course. I liked the way how e-GMAT solved “Data Sufficiency” questions. I mastered the art of deriving information from the Question stem. Overall, the 2 hours of Live Prep course on every weekend was worth every penny that I spent. I would encourage every GMAT aspirant to register for one of their free webinars and get to know more about e-GMAT quant offering.

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Verbal Online
September 27 | 2017
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     By pratik1709 57 7
Self-reported Score:

720

Improvement:

110 Points

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

Need to write a few words over egmat Verbal online course.

I started with V13 and reach to V30 with the help of this course.

Extremely concise content and level check at every minute level will help you a lot .

If you are GMAT takers , then you must be knowing that pracitising set of question with right approach is what leads to GMAT success. and In this cource I find this exactly same.

I would strongly recommend this course for every individual.

My Take out of 10.

SC: 10/10 : Must
CR : 9/10 : Good .. CR power score bible and this course will sufficient to crack GMAT CR
RC : MUST

ON top of this ; egmat provides Verbal Scholranium tool. THis is only tool where you able to find actual GMAT like question. I am not markeing for EGMAT but believe me I tried lots of resources and but only find this course has high credibility question.

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     By Anilsangwan8 0 0
Verified Score:

700

Q50

V35

Improvement:

110 Points

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

i started gmat prep in feb 2017 and in april i took first mock, scoring 590 and 22 in verbal. It was devastating for me because I never thought that i would score so low. expectation were much higher. this score was after two months of preparation from manhatten verbal guide and jamboree quant material. in may i bought egmat SC online course and from this point of time things got changed because the problem was not prep material nor it was concepts because i was very clear with concepts. problem was something else which i was not able to figure out
the whole problem was in my reading strategy what i came to know only after joining egmat.
GMAT is all about reading and interpreting

few observations about egmat

1. course is so lively that even a live class teacher cant match impact of egmat modules
2. best part is that every module is arranged in chronological order and word by word interpretation really help in correting the reading habit.
3. when one is through all modules he do not need to remember concepts, concepts just come in to habit

my experience with GMAT

I devoted 90% of time to verbal even then failed to manage timing in verbal section because of nervousness.
I marked last 8-9 questions in just two minutes without even reading. I dont know how these questions impacted my score, but for sure if i had managed time better score would have been better.
avoiding nervousness is impossible but try to manage as much as you can.

last thing reading newyork times during prep can help in SC and RC.

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     By mygmat16 0 0
Verified Score:

510

Q44

V19

Improvement:

140 Points

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

I started preparing for GMAT with Manhattan GMAT (MGMAT) course, and it confused me a lot. Not sure of about my daily progress.

After 1 months of prep. and sort of reaching no where, I looked in GMATClub for better preparation course and found E-GMAT. Web based course with progress percentage helped me track my progress clearly. Support is awesome.

I gave 2 mock tests and my average score is 610 before e-GMAT. Then, I started preparing courses in e-GMAT and it helped a lot . I planned to make my basics strong and it helped me a lot.

The Verbal Course is amazing , practice questions are above 700 level. Last week, I gave 3 mock test in MGMAT and my average score was 730 . I do have come a long way from 610. Relying on e-GMAT for the help.

I recommend E-GMAT verbal course for everyone. Teaches basics clearly with lot of practice question. I made a good choice.

Best of luck :)

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