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World's first prep course that uses advanced analytics to help you score higher on GMAT. e-GMAT's methods and strategies help students improve 7+ points on GMAT Verbal and 6+ points on GMAT Quant.  Includes 130+ hrs of audio-visual content, GMAT Live Sessions (51 hrs), Proprietary framework for solving questions, 24-hr Expert Personalized support, Largest Question Bank (5000+) and 3 Workshops.

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     By vikrant4016 0 0
Verified Score:

550

Q44

V21

Improvement:

N/A

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

Before coming across the E-GMAT Methods such as the Meaning Based Approach in SC, Falsification Technique in CR and Reading Strategies in RC : the entire Verbal Section of the GMAT was much dreaded.

There was always a guess work involved and ultimately one had a very tuff time eliminating very close answer choices.

While selecting an answer choice, there was no element of surety and the confidence level would take a huge plunge .

Techniques such as understanding the meaning before approaching the SC Question, coming up with a pre-though Falsification scenario and Reading Strategies makes life so much more easier.

This brings a method to all the madness, improves the time, provides a logical template to carry out your thinking, and boosts confidence big time.

Concepts taught are very easy to understand. The application/practice quizzes right after the Concept files cements the learning in your mind.

Immense practice is available through Scholaranium platform to take your preparation levels to a new dimension.

Any one willing to put in the effort for a good score in Verbal Section of the GMAT Exam, the one course that you would need is the E-GMAT's Verbal Online Course. Look no further. Be rest assured.

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Egmat for prep
December 12 | 2018
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     By egmat4prep 0 0
Self-reported Score:

710

Q49

V36

Improvement:

40 Points

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

Hi! After I scored a 670 on the official gmat exam, I researched for a prep course that would return the best results. E-gmat definitely had the best reviews so I decided to give it a shot. I purchased both Quant and Verbal Online courses and found them extremely useful. I had prepared for the gmat before through the official gmat guide and the manhattan set, but I feel that the video tutorials and explanations provided by the egmat online course are much more helpful in understanding and remembering the concepts.
Egmat's scholaranium is probably the best tool out there for gmat prep. It has allowed to identify my weaknesses and rectify the same through targeted practice. In addition, the concepts and logics tested on the quant scholaranium problems are quite similar to the actual problems. In fact I believe the Scholaranium problems are slightly harder than the actual problems, simply because the scholaranium problems require higher application of the core concepts.
I have seen 30-40 point improvements in my mocks' scores and my weakness at the time is time/anxiety management during the exams. I will continue following the tips offered by egmat around that and hope I can meet the target score.

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     By kkhan3356 0 0
Verified Score:

620

Q40

V35

Improvement:

140 Points

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

Hi,
Thank you e-Gmat for all the help provided in my preparation for GMAT. I achieved a score improvement of 140. This was possible because of the customized strategy and study plan provide by e-Gmat team.
Although I had enrolled for GMAT class coaching (from a different company) and completed the entire Official Guide 2018 before. In my first attempt I got a very low score and was disappointed at it. I had given up on taking GMAT again. But after few days I went through a post in GMATClub; a student had faced similar situation and the reply from Rajat of e-Gmat was promising. I immediately wrote a message to Rajat with my ESR attached and after few days I received a complete personalized strategy and study plan with analysis of my current score. The study plan also included my strong and weak areas, the split scores I should target according to my ESR.
I decided to retake GMAT in November, with only 2 months of time, e-Gmat team suggested me the Verbal Online course and introduced their “Learn-Refine” strategy. After going through the content of e-Gmat Verbal course I can definitely vouch that e-Gmat course covers all minute details necessary to ace GMAT. My favorite element of the course was Master Comprehension and Pause Points. This helped me a lot in understanding complex sentences which is very much essential for SC, CR and RC.
Along with the e-Gmat verbal course they also include GMATclub tests. This helped me prepare for quant. So my entire GMAT preparation was covered. Without any doubt this is the best course available online and Kudos to the e-Gmat team for all the help provided.

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     By kartmn 2 0
Self-reported Score:

680

Q47

V35

Improvement:

10 Points

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

The kind of clarity that the live prep of e-GMAT provided was outstanding and it helped to a large extent. The sessions, each lasting from 90-120 minutes, provide an excellent opportunity to strengthen the basics. When I started, SC was more about trying to look for errors right away without trying to understand the meaning of the sentence- Live prep helped me to a large extent with this aspect. Apart from that, the trainers were really professional and were able to clarify all the queries on time. Its probably one of the best verbal courses for GMAT on the market.

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     By gautham0615 8 12
Verified Score:

740

Q50

V40

Improvement:

180 Points

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

I feel lucky to have chosen this product without much thought. It's not wise to subscribe to GMAT courses without thinking, but somehow it worked out for me.
Let me start with a little bit about me so that you understand why 'Verbal Online' worked for me, and you can analyse whether it would suit you. I'm a typical Indian engineering degree holder who is good with quant but who hasn't paid much attention to verbal.. ever. Obviously, English isn't my native language either.
In my cold GMAT mock test before I started my prep, I scored V27. Towards the end of my prep, I was reliably scoring between V40 and V42. And in my GMAT exam I scored a V40.
Credit where credit is due because I did not use any other prep material except e-GMAT verbal online, OG complete guide, and OG Verbal review. You can't learn much from the OG's because of the way it is built. The book's primary aim is not to teach you concepts. But you can use OG books and OG question to check how good you are. It's a reality check.
So about the e-GMAT course and how I used it:
I did my CR prep first and then did SC. I didn't prep for RC (A gamble I had to take). The learning modules are beautifully separated. You get to learn the basics first and learn them thoroughly.
In CR, from my memory, these are the starting modules: Introduction (Premise and Conclusion), Inference, Assumptions. And then it moves on to Evaluate, Strengthen, Weaken and so on. It is repeatedly mentioned in the video lessons to focus keenly on those starting modules and that advice could not be more right. You cannot progress much if your foundation is weak. In my opinion, their CR material is top notch. I cannot imagine any other way you can learn to tackle CR problems. I loved the simple methods that were taught such as the ABC test and a method to derive the assumption from the falsification scenario. Those methods are fool-proof and just what I needed. After doing the video lessons, I practiced a lot in Scholaranium (a question bank application where you can create your own tests and analyse your performance). I never focussed on timing before. My aim was to extract maximum juice from each question. Once you learn the concepts thoroughly, you can reduce the time you take to answer questions towards the end easily. The perfect CR package for me - Lot of video lessons and a question bank application with high quality questions and detailed solutions.
Coming to SC prep.. I am NOT good with grammar and its jargons. That is not the route I can take and come out successfully had I chosen that. I borrowed some Manhattan Prep book for SC sometime way back in the past from a friend of mine and tried skimming through it. I would doze off in 30 minutes guaranteed and it only made me feel inferior and scared of Verbal. I’m not saying that’s a bad route to take, but I can tell for sure that that route is not for me. In e-GMAT the approach to learning SC was logical and meaning based primarily. Of course you cannot do without knowing the basic rules in grammar. The jargons used were minimal and only when necessary, and the engaging video lessons helped. While learning SC it felt more like solving puzzles than like being tested in grammar. They don’t use the phrase ‘wordy and awkward’ willy-nilly. There are always more concrete reasons to reject answer choices. To be able to feel that something is ‘wordy and awkward’, you need a trained gut instinct. I didn’t have that and there’s nothing you can learn when an option you thought was right, is dismissed in the detailed solution because its ‘wordy and awkward’. You can’t learn anything from that. That is the case in many of the online forums, and fortunately it wasn’t like that in the e-GMAT material. Overall, SC too is modularized well. Scholaranium SC rocks too.
The only negative of this product I can think of is – its organization of forums – The place where you ask doubts if you have any. They are at the bottom of every video/question, but the forum questions are not tagged to the options they are concerned with. I browsed almost all the forum questions while learning (I don’t recommend this to others - to burden yourself with the confusion of others :P. Sometimes the question stated might not be clear and it’ll lead you in many tangents), so this was an inconvenience for me. The turnaround time for the answer was on an average 2-4 days. This might sound high, but frankly I wasn’t bothered by this too much. I would make a note of this question in a book and proceed further. In some cases, I myself would come up with the answer to my question before it was answered, or when I look at the answer posted by one of the e-GMAT tutors 2-4 days later, I’d be looking at it with a fresh perspective and would be able to come out of my confusion more easily.
Overall, try to extract maximum juice from every video, and every question. Read the detailed solution of every question, attempted right or wrong, thoroughly. You must be able to understand and agree with every point stated. And if you do so, I think your verbal score is bound to improve. Whatever material you choose you got to be able to trust it and follow the process suggested by it with confidence. I was able to trust the methods taught in this product and it turned out well. By adjusting my outlook as suggested in the e-GMAT material and improving my basic comprehension by prepping for CR and SC, my RC ability improved on its own and so did my IR ability! No prep done for RC and IR.
The free live webinars on various topics (quant and verbal), verbal workshops, and quant workshops are additional bonuses!
PS: My score improvement is from 560 in a GMATPrep mock test to 740 in the actual GMAT. Not sure whether it was asking for score improvement observed in actual GMAT exams.

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A recommended course..!!
November 30 | 2018
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     By nikhilsahu88 0 0
Verified Score:

720

Q50

V37

Improvement:

40 Points

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

I took the e-gmat course on recommendation from a friend. She took it for her gmat preparation and was highly impressed by it. I had earlier given my gmat exam but didn't do so well in it. I initially prepped using manhattan books and other online practice sources.
I mainly took e-gmat course to improve my verbal score. Earlier I knew about the basic techniques but I failed to apply the nuances of it in the exam. I mainly wanted to work on my sentence correction section.
Now talking about the course, I really liked the fact that the examples were really well explained and are designed to make sure that the student understands the very basics, rather than cramping it all up. I really liked scholaranium. It had ample number of questions with elaborate explanations and this was something which made sure my practice didn't go in vain.
Now, there were some down sides to the course also. There were a lot of reading material, if it were explained through video lectures, that would have been better. It would have made it simpler and easier to understand and apply.

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E-Gmat GMAT Online
November 21 | 2018
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     By kabirdash 13 1
Verified Score:

570

Q45

V23

Improvement:

N/A

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

I took E-GMAT GMAT-ONLINE course.I did not find the course at all useful.Only the SC part was helpful for me.Critical reasoning has been made difficult by EGMAT team.Negation technique as prescribed by EGMAT is unnecessary complicated.RC is not good

Quant section is totally waste.Lot of basics which are not required are there in quants section.

The worst part of Egmat team was that ,if you ask any question which you have doubt and if the same question is not there in their material,they will not help you with the question.Only answer you will get is:we do not support private tutoring.

Only useful section for me was SC.When i went through Manhatten SC guide i found improvement in SC.CR part could have been made much easier.However EGMAT team with their negation technique has made it worse.

E-GMAT is recommended only for SC.

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Don't neglect Quant
November 16 | 2018
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     By abhi2000in 0 0
Verified Score:

650

Q47

V32

Improvement:

N/A

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

E-Gmat Online course is an excellent course backed by a huge question bank in Quant Scholarinium. I have an Engineering background, and thus I have good Quant skills but then I realized to cross that Q-50, I needed to revise my basic concepts again and gain much needed speed.

This course helped me in just that, it has a well-structured course with well-explained concepts. Moreover, the approach taught is easy to understand. The course guides you to follow a structured way to solve questions and discourages you to use shortcuts. Each concept has an application quiz that teaches you how to follow that structured process, a practice quiz and OG question quiz. All these give you a good practice on how to apply learned concepts.

The course is one of the best online course and it really helps you to build on your concepts. The scholarinium has a huge question bank, which helps you to practice all those learned concepts.

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     By sriramsundaram91 71 14
Self-reported Score:

630

Q49

V27

Improvement:

40 Points

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

I joined e-GMAT verbal and finished 90% of the SC topics. The e-GMAT verbal is very useful for basics building. It sets you up with an approach to start with. There are a lot of non-native speakers out there who have no idea on how to approach the sentence correction questions let alone the part where they try to understand. I should also warn you that If you have all the basics right then e-gmat might not be very efficient tool to get you to the V40. I was in V20(mocks) and moved to V25-26(mocks). So I would not mind spending a few bucks to improve 6 points. But, if you are already there in the 32+ range. I think all you need is practice. I practiced a lot of actual GMAT questions. Though scholaranium does provide a collection of 200-300 questions, I believe that the only questions that represent actual GMAT mentality is the GMAT questions itself. So I would say make use of GMAT Club a lot. The guys at GMAT Club are quite friendly and the people are ready to help you out.

TL DR (Too Long Didn't Read) - Good for non-native speakers and for people who have no approach; If you are already 32+ just look for other coaching institutes.

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e-gmat Quant Online
November 14 | 2018
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     By sgd21487 1 0
Verified Score:

600

Q46

V27

Improvement:

N/A

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

e-gmat Quant Online is the solution for people like me who need a structured course to approach the GMAT Quantitative section. I have been fairly ok with maths all my life, but when I started working on the GMAt Quant section, I was rather lost.I did not know where to start from, how much to do on one particular topic before moving on to the next one. I used to bits of Geometry and then some Algebra and then some No. properties. Also, even on known topics I knew, I was always confused on how to go about approaching a question.
e-gmat Quant Online was just what I had been looking for. Clear structure, with topics , sub-topics; a complete package for Quant. Basic concepts are taught first, then basic problems, and then with each practice file the difficulty level keeps rising.
Also, a structured process is taught for solving questions and all questions are solved using the same structured process, so by the end of the course, the process becomes second nature. All in all, e-gmat online is the solution to GMAT Quant Section.

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