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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). Get a great deal on e-GMAT courses with GMAT Club

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     By ahujamaneet 0 0
Verified Score:

620

Q47

V28

Improvement:

N/A

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

Hi.. In my opinion, the e-gmat verbal is the most effective course out there. I had already taken my gmat and scored 620 with a V28 and knew I needed some help with the verbal section. That's when I chanced upon the e-gmat. I purchased the full course after attending a few of their free webinars and course material that's available when one signs up on it.
I must say that they have an incredibly structured course videos which strong emphasis on the concepts and providing pre and post ability quizzes for each topic.
There was another course material which I had referred which was purchased by my sister but the e-gmat concept files beat it in the manner the concepts are presented and the way application of the concepts is conveyed across.

I'd highly recommend the e-gmat to anyone who's either starting theit GMAT prep or is looking to improve their score.

Cheers!

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A Best Structured Course
December 21 | 2016
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     By rajiv999 0 5
Self-reported Score:

690

Q49

V35

Improvement:

N/A

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

Hi all, Firstly i would like to thank "Team E GMAT" for their honest approach in designing the course. Its worth for Money & most importantly TIME. The quality of time the team has invested in designing the course can be truly felt, if prepared well & paid attention to.

I attended classes from 2 other institutes before approaching E GMAT. You really will notice a lot of difference in terms of approach & understanding questions. I really liked the way the course has been structured & helped me change the way i approached verbal questions.
SC Concepts were at its best, i never felt lost throughout the course & the detailed analysis presented for all the practice questions are really good.
Initial topics of Premise & Conclusion & Inference was really HELPFUL in solving assumption questions,which are in general considered to be difficult ones.
In all its the best course worth a try in terms of Time,learning & Money invested. Last but not the least i am giving my exam on this 23rd & i am confident at this point of time in getting a good score.

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Awesome Prep soft
December 19 | 2016
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     By Naohiro 0 0
Verified Score:

650

Q51

V27

Improvement:

N/A

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

This provides a very well organized curriculum with concepts and quizzes for each question category and free mock exams that can generate performance analytical reports.
Also, it was kind enough to extend my course when I couldn't finish it in time. It is very precious!

Every explanation on this platform is easy to understand, so I could easily learn how to crack my weaknesses and enhance my strengths. Actually, solutions in CR several categories are very well systematic and if you master perspectives once, you will be able to tackle every questions in real tests.

Finally, thanks a millon for dedicating lecturers!!!

Naohiro

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Verbal Live Prep by eGMAT
December 14 | 2016
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     By shubham1985 11 7
Self-reported Score:

650

Q47

V33

Improvement:

30 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Neeti Sohal

Verbal Live Prep is one of the best tools available in the market for verbal preparation. Though, primarily it is designed for Non Native speakers but i believe it can be equally good even for the Native Speakers. GMAT is not a test of English but a test of reasoning. Verbal Live Prep course hits out in the very right directions. Neeti Sohal, in particular, was fabulastic with Critical Reasoning. I just loved the way she paced the course and was right on target for her entire sessions. For anyone looking for a good verbal score, I would highly recommend the verbal online or verbal live prep by eGMAT. 5/5 for the Verbal Live Prep :) and 5/5 for Neeti Sohal for her excellent teaching skills.

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Top notch course content
December 09 | 2016
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
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     By abhibad 23 5
Verified Score:

740

Q50

V41

Improvement:

N/A

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

The course content of e-gmat live prep is very detailed and comprehensive. Trust me you don't need anything else to ace verbal, provided you follow up the processes and the course structure religiously. I just used the course material, OG and Gmat prep tests for my preparations, nothing else. The meaning analysis in SC, Prethinking in CR and "how to do active reading" in RC will help tremendously. Their explanation of OG questions is very thorough and detailed. Apart from that, the scholaranium tool is extremely helpful for practice. It provides detailed analysis of all solutions and gives an insight into one's weaknesses in various areas. Their support staff and the tutors are extremely responsive and knowledgeable. The live sessions, which happen during weekends are awesome. The class videos and webinar sessions are very good in audio and video quality.

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Three Step approach which works
December 07 | 2016
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
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     By abhishekgandotra 6 6
Self-reported Score:

650

Q49

V28

Improvement:

100 Points

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

I had been struggling with the GMAT prep for a long time now. First time I took my GMAT was in 2012 when I scored 650. Did great on Quant, but was miserable on Verbal. While answering the questions I was not really sure about any question if I answered correctly or not. During my first round, I started with classroom program at Princeton, and I used several sources to study (Princeton, MGMAT, Kaplan). Although these courses made me familiar with the type of questions, and the type of wrong answers. My approach to solving verbal question was still very basic - Read all the options and make sense which eventually didn't work so well.
After that I moved to States, and didn't study for couple years. Couple months back I started studying again for GMAT. I did my research and was looking for something which will specially focus on non-Natives as the familiarity and the way we look at Verbal question is way different than Natives.

I came across eGMAT course which was being marketed for the best course for non-natives. I decided to give it a shot and completed the free stuff eGMAT offers in the course and was quite impressed. I attended the free Live session on Strategy and SC eGMAT hosts every other weekend. This was the first time in the SC free webinar, I used the 3 step process being taught by Priya to solve a few questions. Phenomenal, for the first time I derived an answer to a SC problem, and was sure it is the right answer.
Although it took some time to apply the approach but that can get better with practice.
Wow, I was really impressed and immediately signed up for the eGMAT Live prep.

With my current prep going on my Verbal score has so far jumped from V23 to V34. I clearly know my week areas, and I have been selectively working towards improving on those. Thanks to Scholaranium(Offered by EGMAT) to help me understand my weaknesses.

The interactiveness the course provides is the best thing in the course,
The step by step process you learn to solve the Verbal question is truly phenomenal. A big fat thumbs up for the course

Also wanted to talk about e-GMAT Scholaranium
So far e-GMAT Scholaranium is the only platform I have come across which provides so good analysis and options that you can easily find your weak Areas and work on them.
The course has a segmented approach. We can choose RC/SC/CR and also which topics we want to test, and also the difficulty levels.
The Question pool is very good covering all topics & concepts.
All the Quizzes taken get saved and can be reviewed later as well.
 From this awesome platform, you can easily find your strong areas, and your weak areas and work towards improving your weak areas.
Thumps up to e-GMAT team for developing such a course.

I am going to take my GMAT in Feb First week, and I hope I can cross the V40 mark and score a 750. Thank you eGMAT.

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Fundamentals
December 06 | 2016
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     By Kurai 64 13
Self-reported Score:

710

Q50

V37

Improvement:

10 Points

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

I originally scored a 610 (Q47 V27) on my GMAT around September of 2015. When I decided to give the GMAT another go, I knew that SC was going to be the biggest obstacle I would have to climb. With the great reviews posted on GMATClub, I decided to give e-gmat a shot. I originally signed up for the e-gmat verbal prep, but eventually downgraded to the e-gmat verbal online. The customer service was great outside of the weird agreement they made me sign to get $100 back from downgrading.

As for the course itself, I probably spent a little over 100 hours going through the course. I did my very best to make sure I was learning everything I was going through and not just going through it. I found this course a great start for learning the fundamentals of grammar and is good for both low level and higher level verbal scorers. I did not however find their practice examples useful as they were always tailored toward the lessons I had just learned and once it came down to actually spotting the problems on real OG problems, it was hard to execute since it was tailored to be easier to spot in the lesson. Overall, the course was a good start to my Verbal battle and I believe it was worth going through. I recommend this class for the population they market towards, the non-natives and people who are poor with grammar like myself.

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Excellent service!
December 06 | 2016
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     By hungthan1402 11 0
Self-reported Score:

680

Q51

V29

Improvement:

20 Points

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

The GMAT has been a 2-year journey for me. I referred multiple blogs, books and of course The Gmat Club. I received multiple emails from Rajat Sadana of eGmat, offering free Live Sessions. The first time I attended one of those I was convinced that this was it.

The live session (for Reading Comprehension) explained to me how the obvious questions were not so obvious after all. Breaking the sentence down, looking for the keywords, actively reading and gauging the tone of the passage was a revelation of sorts.

My gut feeling about signing up did not let me down. Every aspect of a sentence be it SC, CR or RC, presented information I would not have otherwise figured out on my own.

Highly recommended!

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     By sudhanshurometra 0 0
Self-reported Score:

720

Q48

V46

Improvement:

N/A

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

My GMAT journey started a year ago when i was just using online portals for my preparation and then i got to know about the online egamt course. Trusting my friend who suggested me the course i went on to buy the verbal course and trust me it id the best course available online for non-English speakers. the concepts used to understand the CR passages is flawless, which once mastered will give you the confidence on any CR question. Moving on to SC course; once you are done with the course it makes you fell like a master in English language.

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     By akhileshdas 19 6
Verified Score:

540

Q39

V24

Improvement:

100 Points

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

I have been fighting with the GMAT prep for a long time now. The first time I decided to think about GMAT was in December 2015. I had some lapse in my project and I wanted to engage my self in something interesting. Also I was feeling stagnated in my career. So the obvious choice for an IT professional with 11 years experience - an International MBA - a move I figured would give my career a push. Anyway getting back to the topic of GMAT, when I read about it and attempted a few questions, I realized that this is a serious exam and needed dedication and good amount of prep but for me personally I needed help as my verbal was very bad and quant was just ok but not where I thought I was at start.
Well since I am a pretty lazy guy, I always need a target before me to help me focus and prep (Well it worked for me for my certification exams.. so figured it was my way for GMAT as well).
I started with an classroom program locally but I soon realized that they are not going to get me there. All my mocks I could not go beyond a V43 and faltering mostly in number properties as my algebra was good though my major issues were in Verbal. So started searching online how can I get better and stumbled upon a free webinar from e-GMAT. I enrolled it instantly and I was blown away with the approach they took and recommended. After trying their SC course and getting the most in my GMAT in the SC section, I decided to attend the free Number Properties webinars to check if Quant was actually also taught the same way as Verbal. To my surprise they had well defined processes for Quant as well and I realized that using their methods I can get my basics really strong and hence my Quant score could go up since I wanted to aim for V50 or V51 so that with a lesser verbal score as well I could make up a good GMAT score. Since I was a fan of the online sessions, I enrolled in Live Prep Classes. So far I was only able to finish the number properties module due to my hectic work schedule and some personal committments but I am able to solve 700+ level questions easily with high Accuracy. This has led me to believe that come March next year, I will be ready to take the GMAT challenge head on and score a 700+ with a V50 or V51 in Quant. Also what e-GMAT offers is a great set of tutors in Rajat, Payal and Neeti (have interacted with only these so far) and there customer support is pretty good (just wish that they can improve the turn around time on queries which sometimes takes longer than expected). All in all I surely recommend anyone like me to surely take the GMAT prep live (included both Live sessions for Verbal & Quant) as it is flexible, thorough and yet affordable.

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