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     By judhakoool 14 2
Verified Score:

710

Q49

V38

Improvement:

150 Points

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

My preparation for GMAT started around April of 2017 and I have been practicing on and off for more than a few months. I mostly studied from the resources available in the internet and OG. My practice lacked momentum, and I lacked motivation. Preparing for GMAT became more of a hobby rather than an active goal. In December, I realized that I do not want to take the GMAT without assistance of any Prep company. I was enrolled with GMAT Club and the I signed in to one of the free sessions on SC and Number Properties by e-GMAT. I was glad to see the methodical approach prescribed by e-gmat, focusing more on ability than tips or tricks. The methodical approach struck a chord with me, and I purchased the Verbal+Quant online course. Needless to say, the e-gmat Verbal is top notch and has helped innumerable students achieve their verbal score. The best quality of e-gmat is that it motivates the students to have the faith in their approach, follow the process, and know their takt time. Master comprehension is a piece of gold, and reading slowly with 100% comprehension is the single best advice for conquering GMAT verbal section.
Not a lot is discussed about e-gmat quant course. e-gmat quant online course was the only course that I used for GMAT preparation (apart from OGs), and boy it helped me score 49 with minimum preparation. From an engineering background, I did not have a lot of difficulty in the Quant Section and I devoted a vast majority of my time to the Verbal section. Having said that, there were a quite a few concepts that I was not good at, and e-gmat quant course helped me tremendously with those concepts. I absolutely dreaded Algebra (inequations and absolute equations), and I was also not very comfortable with the rules of Number Properties and Coordinate Geometry. The best part of e-gmat quant course is that it is extremely thorough and covers the entire breadth of skills tested in GMAT quant section. The scholaranium questions are almost all highly difficult questions and prepares you for the GMAT battle. I highly recommend e-gmat quant course to all GMAT students looking for an online quant course. The beauty of GMAT quant is it's subtlety. It tests concepts and efficiency rather than speed. It needs extreme attention to detail. The e-gmat quant course has beautifully captured all these nuances and has delivered a course that truly prepares you for the toughest GMAT quant questions. Some quant questions (especially Word Problems) in scholaranium are too long to read and are really difficult to solve in 2-3 minutes. GMAT rarely has such long questions in the exam. However, the difficulty of the questions actually makes one stronger and more prepared for the actual GMAT battle, which can be really intense.
I will end this review with the statement that for all the students who are looking for a GMATPREP without a hole in their pocket, e-gmat verbal+quant online is the way to go. It is the most affordable and the most effective GMAT prep.

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     By Lapa 0 0
Self-reported Score:

610

Q35

V38

Improvement:

100 Points

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

The first great think about EGMAT is the structure of the course. Every lesson is followed by a quizz that helps you build a solid ground from which to improve later. Then I teaches you how to reduce problems in a way that its relative easy to apply the knowledge from the classes.
The course teaches you very well how to attack problems in a structured maner. It has lots of practice with different levels of dificulty and they really put a lot of effort to explain the solution. Also the schoalarium platform has a practical diagnostic board that lets you see the topics in which you are good at or those where more practice is needed.
Another good feature is that the course also "forces" you to solve the Official guide. You might think at first that the course makes you spend more money than its actually needed but it is totaly worth it!

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GMAT 700: V37 and Q49
June 11 | 2018
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     By ashish2405 0 0
Self-reported Score:

700

Q49

V37

Improvement:

N/A

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

I took GMAT on 1st JAN 2018 and scored 700.What was most satisfying in the score report was verbal score of 37. I understand that V37 is not a great score, however improving from V17 (in my first mock test) to V37 is a refreshing change. After initially failing to increase my verbal score despite referring to multiple resources, i turned to E-GMAT verbal online course and that decision made a big difference .

Their course content is comprehensive and detailed.The best part about the course was their CR course which encourages people to pre-think. Initially you might feel that pre-thinking is time-consuming, however with pratice you can solve the CR questions under 1 minute.Pre-thinking in CR will definitely help to increase the accuracy and speed . SC section covers all the basics you need to know to conquer GMAT SC. scholaranium is a good collection of most up-to-date GMAT question with detailed explanations.

Overall, I really recommend GMAT verbal course to anyone who is struggling with GMAT Verbal

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Verbal Bootcamp
June 11 | 2018
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     By Akshitakapur9 0 0
Verified Score:

680

Q49

V34

Improvement:

N/A

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

I was recommended the course by a friend post a debacle attempt (V32 Q49).

The videos are extremely helpful : 1. The videos help understand the concept in terms of what we are trying to achieve as we look at every question 2. Prethinking required 3. How we eliminate all the incorrect options.

The RC videos are the most helpful as they go beyond what the books can teach. I tried Manhattan and Kaplan for my first attempt but this course helps internalise all the concepts. As you practise different questions in the scholaranium (question bank with tonnes of good questions), they become inherent in your application.

Thumbs up to e-GMAT.

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e-GMAT Live Prep
June 10 | 2018
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     By purekrone 0 0
Verified Score:

610

Q32

V42

Improvement:

N/A

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

I started enrolling for the e-GMAT Live Prep for 1 month and I managed to attain a GMAT score of 610. Although this might not seem much, I studied only for a short period of time. Having said that, I intend to retake the GMAT again in around 3 months time and I will still have e-GMAT to use.

I find that e-GMAT is a very good resource and quite worthwhile for its price. As a native speaker, I found it very useful and easy to understand. However, despite being a native speaker, in school, I was not properly taught what are verbs, nouns, adjectives, etc, but learnt these over time and years from conversations with my friends at a basic level. So, since the e-GMAT Verbal section is good, since it uses a lot of such keywords, I was not able to fully utilise those materials until I slowly learnt the definitions and usage of those technicalities and fundamentals of English.

Over time, one will get used to the GMAT format and how they test you and you will improve greatly the more you invest your time practicing.

Good luck to everyone taking the GMAT!

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     By TimurOrekhov 1 0
Verified Score:

660

Q49

V31

Improvement:

N/A

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

I took my first GMAT in March 2016 and scored a 660 (Q49, V31). Since I am a non-native speaker, verbal was/is my weakest point. However, I had some changes in my career, so until the end of 2017 I did not start a new GMAT preparation. When I started considering taking the GMAT again, I decided to devise a good preparation plan first with an emphasis on Verbal part. My next GMAT is scheduled for beg of July 2018, and I will share my experience with the test afterwards.
For my 1st preparation which took ~3 months, I used only Manhattan SC, CR, and RC; and OG resources. This time I decided to change my strategy and I was reviewing different courses to understand which one would give me the best possible outcome. In the end, I decided to take E-GMAT VERBAL ONLINE, since it had very good overviews and it also provided an access to GMATCLUB tests. The price was also very reasonable to me.
After having used the course for ~6 months of interrupted preparation (due to job schedule) here is what I can say about the course:
- SC is really brilliant. I firmly believe that this is the single resource you need to master your SC. I became very confident with SC after about 2 months devoting my time only to this part of the course.
- CR and RC are also great. Every type of question is taught in a very structured and logical approach. First, the structure of an argument is explained, so that you can quickly segregate it into premises and conclusion parts. After that, for each type of question you are presented with a right approach to solve such type.
- What makes the course really strong is its structure in presenting the materials. All concepts are followed by quizzes and OG questions, and such approach makes you learn the concept very deeply both in terms of theory and immediate practice. You don’t need to create any plan as to how to approach the materials – you just follow the schedule step-by-step to cover all concepts.
- The course is abundant with very hard questions, especially in CR. I believe it is very useful to solve questions of hard level in order to feel comfortable in the test setting. The Scholaranium section provides a very high quality questions bank.
Overall, if you are searching for a single resource for Verbal part, I can say that e-gmat is a great choice and it worth every dollar of the price.

Wish you all the best!

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     By chanchal1311 2 0
Self-reported Score:

600

Q45

V28

Improvement:

110 Points

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

the egmat verbal online course is quite concuse and intensive with great examples. Its self paced and you can easily take out teo hours each day to lear the concepts.. it covers all the concepts with examples.. . Scholaranium especially is a great way to know your weakness and strengths and practice questions accordingly..it has filtered questions from each sections of verbal topics.. the evaluation with statistics gives you a chance to understand your progress..the online prep gives you a platform to understand and discuss the basics with the tutors.. you can ask doubts suring the online lecture and its a great discussion with a diverse cohort, everyone with a different perspective which will widen your horizon of thinking and applying the concept. Great concepts and Great practice indeed..

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     By pingthitaporn 0 0
Verified Score:

550

Q46

V20

Improvement:

N/A

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

Last year, I took GMAT and got 550 points but I need higher scores in both parts, quant and verbal. Therefore, I searched the online courses in the internet and found some interesting courses. After I tried those courses in free trial, I decided to subscribed e-gmat and it is worth trying.

My favorite part in E-GMAT is its new platform . It is very convenient and friendly-user because it is easy to track what you have learned. It tells how much time you have spend on each sections and after study in each sections, there are some applications, which are in gmat-like style to test whether you totally understand the lessons and apply to gmat or not.
In addition, E-GMAT provides a very strong concept of each parts from the foundation to advanced level. Before I took the courses, I lacked some basic concepts and made me miss some points on the tricky questions. This course enables me to close this gap and to get the higher scores.
Finally, the scholaranium in the course gives me lots of practices to get used to gmat questions and let me see what sections are my weakness or strength.

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GMAT Journey
May 21 | 2018
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     By hariprakash85300 0 0
Self-reported Score:

570

Q47

V21

Improvement:

50 Points

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

“How much time is required to prepare for GMAT”. with this question in mind I started my preparation for GMAT. I asked friends and they told me just one Month maximum is required that too if you are weak in English. I took their suggestion and started with MGMAT Sentence Correction, I tried to assimilate the jargons of English grammar. Then I gave MGMAT mocks and did not do well in the exam. I found that although I knew the rules of grammar , I was clueless about the applying it on the question. About CR and RC, I was totally clueless and all options seems to be correct for me. Then one of my friend recommended me to go through the free session of E-Gmat. I studied all the free session of verbal, and really liked their methodlogy of teaching. I, then enrolled for the verbal online e-gmat course. I liked the course because firstly it was in audio visual form, which makes my mind fully occupied, and Secondly course has quizzes after each concepts. Moreover, this course taught me to breakdown the sentence in to parts and then identify the errors . This approach initially took took time but then with practice it got internalized. Few of the concepts of modifier such as Verb-ing , Verb-ed modifier and Noun + Noun modifier are clearly explained in this course. I cemented my most of the concepts of grammar through this course.
Coming to the RC and CR, this course taught me “How to approach each type of CR and RC questions and how to eliminate each answer”. I learnt the reading strategy and which helped me to improve my comprehensions of passage.
Scholaranium is verbal quiz bank of E-gmat which comes along with the verbal online. Scholaranium quizzes has advance analytics which helped me to know my weak areas and through this I practiced more questions in my weak areas. Questions in Scholaranium are quite similar to the GMAT which helped me to train my mind for the GMAT like test.

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     By shivangibh 4 0
Self-reported Score:

490

Q39

V19

Improvement:

N/A

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

I subscribed to E-gmat Verbal online course and I must say that it was totally worth every penny.
I was not good at the verbal section. I attended the free SC and RC sessions by e-GMAT and did not think twice to order the Verbal course, since verbal was my pain area. And as per the plan suggested in e-GMAT, I started with SC.

I would like to de-brief about few of the features of the course:
1. The scholaranium feature is very helpful to identify weaknesses.
2. Course materials are well structured from a learning perspective.
3. Enough questions available for practice that are reflective of GMAT style questions
4. Additional resources are research question to questions: e-GMAT forum, question section on each practice question.
5. E-gmat gives free weekly webinars for on different topics.
6. They respond almost within a day on your queries or doubts.

Till now my experience has been great with the E-gmat.

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