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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 amreshmunshi2609 0 0
Self-reported Score:

550

Q48

V19

Improvement:

N/A

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

Earlier I had tried multiple of GMAT preparation courses and material but was not able to excel in the test as attempted GMAT once in 2015 and was only able to manage 550 (Q48 and V19). As you can see I was really poor in Verbal. And that came to me as a biggest fear as how to overcome this. And as because of that GMAT was one of the huddle which I was struggling to cross till I came across the e-GMAT Online course which was a best decision I have ever made till date.

I was good in quants but the verbal was really effecting my overall score and e-GMAT course came as a saviour for me. First, I got to know about e-GMAT course while I was browsing through the GMATCLUB website and thought of giving a try as they were offering the Free Trial to see if it’s really worth taking up the course. So, in the free trial I was able learn those aspect of Verbal which I did not know early and it offered a systematic approach of how to address a particular type of question in GMAT. And as I was able to gain and was getting the right approach, I made my final decision to taken up the GMAT ONLINE course offers as I want to learn in my own convenience without any time constrain. And the best thing about the purchase was the 7 days money back guarantee. After the purchase, I followed the provided study plan provided by e-GMAT. I would stay up till late night, watching the videos. They were light and helped me clear up my concepts very well. For each concept, I use to make notes while watching videos as that not only helped me revise, but also create a handy notebook for me to skim through while I was analysis my errors. This tip helped me a lot and I would really recommend it to you all as well.

About the approach of the course, it is very innovative but most importantly structured. The idea of application files and concept files helps grasp the crux of the all the Concepts specifically in Verbal section of SC, CR and RC. With a whole host of practices and their detailed analysis helps is finding the real problem in the approach and helps in rectifying then with the further practice sessions. Now I am able to attempt a SC question in an around 1-1.5 mins.

In the CR section the concept of pre-thinking seemed very obvious to me but the application was just as difficult. However, adopting the step-by-step e-GMAT strategy I was able to get to a proper structured approach to CR questions. What I found excellent were the solutions CR questions and the methodology use in approaching the CR questions which gave the real understanding of how to attempt a CR question and help me to easily eliminate the wrong answer choice, which I think gave me a confidence boost to score well in CR section. 

The RC videos were really helpful as well. e-GMAT provides you a number of key strategies that you must keep in mind while reading through RCs. The two strategy that worked wonders for me were, first - "to get immersed" – with each passage I was able to say "Oh! this sounds interesting, lets read what happens next!" I use to summaries each paragraph in RCs passage to get the GIST of each paragraph and for the overall summary of the passage on a regular basis and was thereby able to get all my main point and structure questions right and reading to the context of the passage and not getting bog down to an unknown word which help me built a better faster way to attend the topic given. These strategies seem very time consuming in the beginning, but found within no time, you start to internalise them and able to reduce the time in RC sections.

Additional Master comprehension course built the foundation for me to have a systematic approach to attempt the verbal section in total as it helps a lot of how to go thought the each provided passage or a sentence without being lost.

And finally, the best thing about e-GMAT course is the Scholaranium. Customized practice tests are excellent both in terms of quality of the material and quantity. Question are optimized to make the candidate be extra-ready for the exam level questions. It is a great tool through which you can take 'Verbal Ability' tests to identify your weak areas and then selectively work on them using e-GMAT's 'custom quiz' option. Once you have mastered those areas you can again take an 'ability quiz' to gauge your progress. In total Scholaranium has a total of close to 750 questions from which you can take customized quizzes. From the day, I started practicing on e-GMAT Scholaranium, I developed a habit of taking a 10 CR, 10 SC, 4 RC test for sure! I witness a huge impact both in terms of accuracy and speed. I have been able to improve my overall accuracy from 40% to 87%. Answer explanations are also great which helped me in areas where I was making repeated mistakes. I am working on right now achieve a 96% accuracy which will be a great achievement for me as my GMAT test is due in next 30 days.

Thank you e-GMAT for the course as it is really helping me to be prepared for the GMAT test and achieve my desired score of 700+. With this I will have only thing to says that e-GMAT courses are the best and I hope whom so ever is reading my review will be motivated and make the rightful selection in choosing a course as I did.

I will be uploading my final review and GMAT results after 16th with additional information regarding my preparation next time.

Please wish me luck for my GMAT test. And all the best to you all who are aspiring for MBA and preparing for GMAT!!

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Finally cracked Verbal!!
December 07 | 2017
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     By jagrati 0 0
Verified Score:

640

Q48

V28

Improvement:

N/A

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

So I gave the GMAT in January 2017 and scored 640(Q-48, V-28). It wasn't good but wasn't bad considering I gave the exam only after a month's preparation. However I was getting more in Verbal during my preps, I guess I goofed up the starting questions.

I had read about e-GMAT on various forums and since I had to work on my verbal skills, I decided to give it a shot.

I purchased their Verbal Live Prep program (although I did not attend the live online sessions as I did not really felt a need for them). Here are the features I really liked about their program:

-The program has been made very interesting by using interactive and colourful videos. The videos start from the basic concepts and lead to the level which is needed for the exam. I actually used to make handwritten notes which would help me revise. Though, the videos also contain summary slides which you can view to revise the main points of the topic.

-You get post-assessment quiz after every lesson so you can make sure you have grasped the topic well.

-Apart from these quizzes, you get a lot of practice questions to test your level of improvement. You can very well keep a track of your performance.

-Coming on to the individual sections:
1)RC: I had earlier been advised to just read first and last lines of the passage and start answering the questions straight away. But this way I could not mark the correct answers as I could not understand the passage well and I also had to go back and forth between the options and passage several times. This caused me to perform poorly in RC. But with e-GMAT's approach, I would read the passage once, make note of main points and important words and then go about my questions. This lead to a significant increase in my RC accuracy. And with practice, I learned to do it in time.

2)CR: e-GMAT's approach of pre-thinking is amazing. I can't emphasize enough the importance of taking just a few seconds to think of the answer before approaching the options. It increased my accuracy and reduced the time I took to solve them.

3)SC: e-GMAT's approach of first understanding the meaning of the sentence, instead of jumping on to the options right away, is a freakin' goldmine. The answers come so naturally after understanding the meaning.

I am all set to give my GMAT again. My Verbal score in test preps has gone up to V41. All thanks to e-GMAT for their amazing course. Will share the result.

Thank you for reading until the end.
All the best to you all!!

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egmat vlp experience
December 06 | 2017
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     By checkinsaheli 1 1
Self-reported Score:

550

Q42

V24

Improvement:

N/A

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

It is one of the best preparation platforms I have come across. Though I have not completed it fully, I can say that my full e-gmat verbal live course has been a boon to my preparation. I understand sc, cr and rc better. Scholaranium has been great. it has very good questions and it increases knowledge just where you need. it bridges the gap in your preparation.

I was struggling with CR and RC, now I am a lot more confident. I am more confident of my verbal skills now after the VLP course.

the analysis, curriculum, course, questions are the best available.
Anyone who wishes to score better should consider e-gmat withput a second thpught. The self learning platform gives you the best opportunity to learn and practice more.
I am hoping to score well in verbal with it's help! I wish egmat team all the luck and thank them for this wonderful tool.

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     By Kabir1330 0 0
Self-reported Score:

640

Q47

V31

Improvement:

50 Points

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

After almost studying for 6 months on my own, I finally gave my GMAT was shattered to see the 650 score which was nowhere near my target score of 700 or above. At this point, I really could not figure out what I did wrong and which area to work upon to improve my score on 2nd attempt. Being an Indian, I was good in Quant but my verbal performance really let me down. While I was confident that I still had it in me to break the 700 barrier, I really could not figure out How! It was at this time that I came across few debriefs, all that had one thing in common in their success story - eGMAT.

I attended the 1st free strategy session of eGMAT, only to realize things which I never really knew. I was taken aback by the realization that eGMAT team made during the session. I felt like a fool to not have even touched upon such aspects and to have gone ahead and appeared for the test. I planned to take up the course. With each module , there were some really key realizations and learnings that no book really gave me.

SC:

Meaning is the key. The examples , the carefully curated modules to make one realize its importance is phenomenal. The scholaranium is the biggest resource for verbal , I feel , after official guides. The quality of questions and solutions to each and every option to make one realize the errors is brilliantly articulated. As per the study plan given by egmat, I followed every step and I could see my accuracy as well as my time hit the optimum point.

CR:

The pre-thinking approach advocated by trainers in egmat is a second to none. None of the approach is as effective and accurate once you get into the 700+ level questions.

I strongly recommend anyone who needs a command over GMAT verbal to be taking this course for sure.

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Excellent GMAT verbal course
December 06 | 2017
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     By relangi 1 0
Self-reported Score:

590

Q46

V24

Improvement:

N/A

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

I had given my GMAT 6 months ago (590 - V24, Q46) and i was devastated with my score. One day somehow, i attended the free verbal webinar from EGMAT and immediately i registered for the verbal online course.

I have been learning this course for the past 3 months and i feel confident about my verbal questions solving skills. I want to talk specifically about each section here.

SC - This is the best course in the industry. You will learn every technique which tests on GMAT. Especially the three step process to solve the SC question is the best way to solve the GMAT SC questions. Initially you feel it as a tedious process and as you go on you feel this is the best way to do.

CR - To decode the CR questions, EGMAT teaches you the pre-thinking method which i feel is the best way to solve the CR questions.

RC - I always get intimidated by the RC questions before i learn some important techniques from EGMAT course. Now, my RC section ability has improved to 76% from a very low 26% when i started this course.

Overall, this is a very useful course and i advise one and all who are struggling with verbal section should enroll to this course and reap the benefits.

I am going to give my GMAT once again on 05th Jan'18 and will post my scores here once again.

All the best for your GMAT preparation!!!

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     By kiran232 0 0
Verified Score:

590

Q43

V28

Improvement:

80 Points

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

I took the verbal online course material after consulting with a friend of mine, who scored 740. He said that the single source of all information for Verbal section can be found in e-gmat.
I improved the verbal section tremendously and am considering to purchase the quantitative section as well.
Please complete the scholaranium section as well.
The sentence correction is the best among all the courses available in the market. After going through the CR section, i found that this section has some areas of improvement as my it took me more time to solve the 700 plus questions. Thank you.

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     By PrashanthiShankar 0 0
Self-reported Score:

700

Q48

V38

Improvement:

70 Points

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

I am not a native speaker of English and I had trouble with the verbal section in GMAT. In my first attempt, I got a 630 with 48 in quant and just 28 in verbal. I was not happy with my performance and I did not have much time as the deadlines were nearing. I came across the e-Gmat course reviews on the internet and decided to purchase the verbal online course. It was the best decision I ever made! The positives about this course are :
The videos are short, to the point and easy to comprehend
The explanations for all the questions are detailed
The Scholarium is the best collection of questions which helped me improve my performance. After completing the sentence correction and Critical reasoning questions from the Scholarium, my accuracy improved and I was very confident about improving my score in the next attempt.
I managed to score 700 with 48 in quant and 38 in Verbal.
I recommend e-Gmat to all those who are preparing for the GMAT exam and this is the best verbal material I have ever come across!

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Only prep tool you need
December 04 | 2017
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     By narendrap18 0 0
Verified Score:

710

Q50

V35

Improvement:

N/A

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

EGMAT was the only prep tool I used for my preparation. Flexibility that I got from the EGMAT course helped me learn at my own pace. Approach presented in strategy sessions helped me in maximizing my strengths while improving on my weaknesses. E-GMAT's approach of pre-thinking for CR and meaning based approached for Sentence correction helped me improve my Verbal from V25 when I started to V35 on my actual GMAT. Though I made more mistakes than I would like in RC which reflected in my Verbal score, E-GMAT RC webinar was the reason I purchased the course. EGMAT ability tests and scholaranium helped me understand my weaknesses in Quant and address them. Live-prep sessions help you with specific issues which you can work with instructors who are really helpful.

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e-gmat quant online course
December 04 | 2017
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     By linkmujahid29 0 0
Self-reported Score:

730

Q51

V37

Improvement:

200 Points

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

My friend recommended me to attend a free webinar from Rajat Sadana which was on the topic Algebra. First thing which explained was Score Plateau. His explanation to overcome score plateau was very useful and it really helps to improve scores. Then he started off with explaining different approaches to algebra questions. After the seminar, I really felt the difference. That was the moment when I wondered how an online course can also benefit anyone.

he Quant Online is not a course meant to be just get done with. It is designed in a way to make sure that you remember the concepts for times to come. I have been able to complete the course and during my practice sessions, keeping a score stable in the range of 49-51. It is absolutely essential to keep timing of your practice sessions as well, because on the D-Day, such will be the conditions.

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     By ishan3370 0 0
Self-reported Score:

700

Q50

V35

Improvement:

N/A

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

When I started my preparation for GMAT, I was of the opinion that I just need hone in and improve my verbal sklls. Having a strong background in Maths, I thought that I would just breeze through it at the end, spending 10-15 percent of my alloted prep number of hours. But based on some reviews on the Quant Live Prep program offered by e-GMAT and a bit of gut feeling, I decided to add the course to my cart along with its verbal counterpart. Today when I look back, I think it was a very decisive move to go through the Quant Live prep course which is one of the best, if not the best available course for Quant available in the market.

We tend to ignore what we already know and understand and work on our weaknesses. However, this may be the case but we need to work on our strengths too and do not ignore them or keep them for the end as this might drastically influence the end result. In my case, I was too focussed on the Verbal part, providing little attention to the Quant section. Inspite of it, I did attend the Quant live sessions just to keep the ball rolling and the concepts afresh in my mind. The sessions were of amazing quality with the level of questions discussed and solved using a step by step approach. The Quant course was extremely beneficial to me at the end when I had limited time before the exam. During this time, I had all the relevant concepts and files at one place and I did all the practice quizzes related to all the sections. This helped me immensely to revise and apply the concepts. The best part about the Quant Course is the Scholorannium part of it, which has more than a 1000 questions divided into easy, medium, hard and very hard pools. You can always practice the hard and very hard questions by creating a custom quiz, a practice which is very important to achieve a Q50-51.

I would really like to congratulate e-GMAT for the Quant live Prep course which they have created. It really captures everything from the basic concepts to the very hard application questions, the best part being you can pick and choose where to focus on depending on your current ability in Quant. And as per my Quant score on GMAT, I got a Q50 and did complete my Quant section in 60 minutes.

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