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     By tawkirzaman@gmail.com 7 10
Verified Score:

710

Q47

V40

Improvement:

N/A

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

I started my GMAT preparation about 18 months ago. This is my first standardized test so a lot of things were new to me when I first started. I started by buying the OG 2015. When I started solving it reading comprehension or the critical reasoning part did not give me that much of a trouble. I had few problems in those sections but I thought I could overcome those with more practice. But when I started the sentence correction part it was a completely different story. Even if I could luckily guess the answer of some questions I could not tell why that answer was better than rest of the options. I actually stopped preparing for GMAT for a while. Then about seven months ago I started again preparing for GMAT. However, when I started sentence correction I faced the same problem. This is the first time I actually started using GMAT club. I heard of e-gmat from one of my friends before but didn't really think of buying it that time. In GMAT club I saw an advertisement of e-gmat that said I could actually try the course first before buying it and even after buying it I could learn for few days and see whether I like it and if I did not they would give my money back. So, I thought well no harm in trying. So I first signed up for the free trial version and I liked their approach of solving sentence correction very much so I decided to buy the course.

After 6 months I sat for my GMAT exam but it did not really do as well as I expected to do. I scored a 650 out of 800 with a score of 35 in verbal. I was really shocked because I used GMAT Prep software to prepare for the exam and I never scored below 38. So, I tried to find out where I went wrong and found out my test taking strategy was seriously flawed. So I took a month and sat for the exam again and this time I scored 710 and this time my score in the verbal section was 40.
Here are the things that I found most useful while I used egmat:

1. e-gmat focuses on the meaning of the sentence very much. At first it may seem very time consuming and it took me 3/4 minutes to solve sentence correction questions in this way but with practice I was able to solve sentence correction questions in 60 to 90 seconds when I was done with the course.

2. The experts in egmat are very very helpful. There is also a forum with many questions from past students and many of them actually asked the questions I had in mind so I could find the answers to my question without trouble and when I had a unique question the experts were always there to answer my questions.

3. I had least trouble in the critical reasoning part of GMAT but there was one question type that troubled me and that was bold faced question. After using e-gmat's method I actually could solve bold faced questions quite well. The e-gmat critical reasoning course teaches critical reasoning in a very structured way and I believe it can be helpful to those who are facing problem in this section.

Lastly, I have a personal experience and it is not really directly related to the course itself but I want to share it since it actually helped me. My first GMAT exam was on 21st January 2017 but my e-gmat access ended in 7/10 days before that day. I mailed them asking for help and they extended my access till 31st January without any additional cost. It was a really nice thing to do from their part. So, If anyone else is facing problem in the verbal section I suggest to try the free course first and i believe they will actually find it useful as I did and take informed decision.

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     By arvindk228 0 0
Verified Score:

720

Q50

V38

Improvement:

N/A

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

I wrote my GMAT in December '16 (720- V38, Q50). Being a math enthusiast, I was confident in handling the Quantitative section- I also had good scores in the mock tests. However, my verbal score in the mocks couldn’t cross 32. I was aiming a 700+ score and that’s when I came across e-gmat through the GMATClub reviews.

I was initially hesitant in taking up an online course, but once I experienced their free trial I was convinced e-gmat was the right path ahead. If there are two things I’d say helped me immensely, they would be the practice I had everyday (I spent 2 hours daily) and the focus I had on finding my weaknesses (Scholaranium is a great tool for this, I’d totally go with what the positive reviews say). The video-based learning was effective in terms of retaining concepts and correlating them while solving problems.


Thank you e-GMAT for helping me score well in the VA section, and improve my reading skills as a whole. I whole heartedly recommend this to any non-native speaker who wants to ace the GMAT.

All the best to you all !!

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     By jitengoel 0 0
Self-reported Score:

600

Q40

V40

Improvement:

100 Points

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

Being a non-native, preparation in verbal course was necessary and need of the hour. My friend introduced me to e-GMAT and I cannot thank him enough for having done that. The videos provided by e-GMAT are full of adequate content and provide good practice questions. This course has helped me brush up my concepts very well.

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 best thing in e-GMAT is the scholaranium. it provides practice with previous GMAT test questions and thoroughly prepared questions that test understanding of concepts on the line of GMAT. scholaranium comes with practice and quiz options to practice questions and prepare for test conditions with timed quizzes.


Thank you e-GMAT once again and thanks to all those who read my review till the very end. I hope I was able to motivate a few of you out there like me, who may have totally given up on RC.

All the best to you all !!

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     By Chetan7927 0 0
Self-reported Score:

710

Q49

V38

Improvement:

120 Points

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

I have used the verbal live prep extensively to increase my verbal score. I used to consistently get V 27-30 and after using verbal live prep my score jumped by 10 points
The video lessons explain the basics of each concept and once you master the basic concepts, solving the hard questions becomes easy.
The video lessons are another amazing feature. The video lessons explain in detail the strategy to be used for each question type in verbal and paves a path to be followed. Mastering the basic concepts and attending the verbal live prep classes/recordings will ensure that you follow a defined and tested strategy for each question type.

I cant thank E-gmat enough for creating this awesome tool

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Verbal Scholaranium
March 14 | 2017
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     By gsista 0 0
Verified Score:

540

Q43

V22

Improvement:

90 Points

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

The e-GMAT's verbal scholaranium course really helped me better my verbal score. I must admit that I didn't spend a lot of time the first time around to review all the verbal material, but I saw a huge improvement in my Sentence Correction score, and ended up getting about 80% correct on the final test. I repurchased the course for my second attempt and I already see a 20 point improvement from working through the CR and RC scholaranium questions, and hope to continue to use that to reach my target score. Would highly recommend it for anyone looking to improve their verbal scores (especially if you're a non-native speaker that struggles with breaking down complex sentences and passages)!

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     By nghatri 10 5
Verified Score:

740

Q49

V41

Improvement:

40 Points

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

I signed up for the e-GMAT after reviewing them, Magoosh, and one or two other services. I needed help improving my score from a V38 so I can surpass my 700 in order to get closer to a 750. I already had a Q48/49/50 on practice and previous official exams, so I knew Verbal was where I needed to improve. I went from a V38 to a V41 by doing e-GMAT's Verbal section. Extremely thorough and helpful, with proper explanations, prompt assistance when needed, and practice questions with thorough explanations. They covered the most minute things that other programs I used did not cover. They really went down to showing you the how/why of each type of Verbal question type, grammar rule, etc. so if you truly want to break down and learn Verbal section, definitely do e-GMAT. For the price, it was totally worth it. Would highly recommend.

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Great for non-natives
March 07 | 2017
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
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     By DashaNik 0 0
Self-reported Score:

720

Q45

V44

Improvement:

N/A

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

I have a long history with E-Gmat. In 2012 after getting 36 on verbal I found free webinar about GMAT strategies and after taking it decided to try the course. The course was great and after retaking the test I saw a better score – 39. Overall score was not enough for me, so I stopped studying for a while. In 2016 I decided to try again and came back to e-gmat, because I already saw that it was very effective. I watched again all the videos and did all the exercises and finally was rewarded with 44 on my last official attempt.
What I liked about E-GMAT Verbal
- It is easy to follow and it has all the information you need
- I am not a native speaker, so it was very beneficial for me, because it taught me things that we do not learn in school.
- A lot of practice material, which resembles GMAT questions very close
- Scholarium is amazing, so many practice questions and great explanations.
- I can see great results after using the course.

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Best Verbal prep course
March 06 | 2017
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     By Nak07 3 0
Verified Score:

700

Q49

V37

Improvement:

N/A

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

The course has been carefully crafted and covers all the topics which are tested in GMAT. It's quality is really amazing and also e-gmat team is really quick in answering queries pertaining to the course. Each and every question has been very clearly explained and their course also offers sufficient practice questions which are really helpful to develop a thorough understanding of the skills tested in GMAT. I took their SC and RC course but have also heard very good reviews about their CR course. I would really recommend their verbal course to the people who are struggling with the verbal section of GMAT.

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     By Abla 0 0
Self-reported Score:

690

Q51

V34

Improvement:

70 Points

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

I started learning for the gmat few months ago and I 'm confortable with (I got a score higher than 46 on my very first simulation tests). However the verbal section is a nightmare for me. I got a V26 on my simulation tests and started spending more time on the verbal section. I suscribed for the Economist GMAT (which I recommand to learn the technics for the quant section), and worked on the material for 8 weeks. Even though it helped me a lot for the quant, I hardly got V30 on simulation test after completing the course. 2 weeks ahead of my planned test date I made my mind that I could not get the 700+ score that I'm aiming . I then followed the advice of my friends who highly recommand the egmat verbal online course.
This course is incredibile great. It shows the technics step by step to ace the verbal. From the SC , to the RC through the CR, the egmat course and the questions in scholarium, are the perfect material to understand deeply the basic grammar rules and the arguments construction, how to read critically the RC passage and better answer the questions.
It also greatly helps to work on the official guide in the meantime and to get use to the official questions by giving the questions of the OG as exercice to work on after each course. The cherish on the top are the detail explanations of the OG questions.
I'm now able to score 37 on the verbal section thank to EGMAT.

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e-GMAT is the way to ace GMAT
February 21 | 2017
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     By gautam6117 12 4
Self-reported Score:

700

Q48

V37

Improvement:

60 Points

Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Shraddha Jaiswal

I prepared for CAT, but I could not succeed. With experience of standardized test, CAT, I started preparing for GMAT. I was naturally good at quant, but verbal was my weak spot. This fact was established once again when I took the GMAT Prep test. I got Q49 and V28. I started practising questions from OG and thought that I would improve. SC was a big concern for me. I was relatively better in CR and RC was an area in which I was inconsistent. Nonetheless, with half preparation, I appeared for GMAT and scored 640 (Q49 V27).

I realized that I lack the process to approach the problems and in real GMAT, I struggled with timing. Then, I came across e-GMAT; on GC, I read very good reviews about this course and how useful it had proved to be especially for non-natives. I signed up for Verbal Live Prep, and completed the course diligently.

- SC course is really helpful! The explanations of every single OG question is detailed and helped me understand why a particular answer is right. 3-step process to reach the right answer became my habit.
- CR course is good as well. Rajat’s pre-thinking approach helped a lot. Initially, I struggled with pre-thinking approach. But, over a period of time and with practice, I started pre-thinking and could cut down on time to answer a CR question.
- RC: I started using Payal’s strategy of understanding the meaning and essence of each para. I started ignoring the tough words and focused on understanding the gist of the sentence.

In Real GMAT, I could score 700 (Q48 V37).

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