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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 nishantnim 5 3
Improvement:

60 Points

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

The E-Gmat Verbal online GMAT course was an excellent resource in preparing to take the GMAT exam. The sheer quality of the overall learning experience is immediately evident in the way the course and related materials are presented.The verbal live classes are well designed and keeps the class engaged, while discussing topics that may not always be the most exciting.The E-gmat course is backed by highly-experienced individuals with a goal of constant improvement. The course is thoughtfully architected, delivering a robust experience that included: Verbal live classes,Scolaranium, online problem sets, and online practice tests. I have already recommended it to colleagues and I recommend it especially to students who feels verbal is tough and hard to crack in gmat.

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fan of e-GMAT Quant Live Prep
October 21 | 2015
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     By divyanshu17 4 0
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Quant:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Quant Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Krishna Chaitanya

We Indians especially engineers have this tendency towards GMAT quant that it would be like a cakewalk. I too had this notion but it soon faded away after my first GMAT attempt where I scored Q47 which is basically 68 percentile. I knew I needed something more and one day while browsing GC I chanced upon e-GMAT free-session on Inequalities. I just loved the approach with which they solved questions in the online session. After the session I took the free trial of the course and checked out course material. They have exhaustively covered all the topics and have great online instructors. They also provide a study routine which is handy. After the week I joined the Live-Prep course and since it's been going great going. I can see clear improvements in my timings and understanding.

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     By visram04 25 11
Self-reported Score:

710

Q49

V39

Improvement:

70 Points

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

After 2 months of self-study, I was going nowhere with my verbal. Accuracy was not improving. With just 1 month left for the exam date, I signed up for eGMAT. eGMAT has ONE OF THE BEST comprehensive materials out there for verbal. I watched all the videos. After every concept, there are application files and practice files that really make your concepts solid. I absolutely enjoyed scholaranium concept. I just wish I could have used up all my ability quizzes (I could take only 40% of the quizzes because I had limited time). Also, I couldn't use the resources available for IR, but I believe they're equally good. I got a V39 in my first GMAT attempt. While I didn't get a V40-42 as i had wished to, I was more confident than ever before with my verbal concepts and I could tell that V38 is a guarantee.

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E-gmat Verbal Live
October 15 | 2015
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     By gmat2015p 77 69
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Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online

I brought the e-gmat verbal course after taking the trial. In short the course is pretty awesome :)

SC - The meaning driven three step approach is very methodical. If you understand the approach, SC will be lot easier. I have been able to improve my accuracy greatly as a direct result of following the three step approach. The OG solutions are a real bonus

CR- Pre thinking or Predictive answering is the backbone of this course. This approach helped me both in CR and RC. CR was my weakest area when I started prep and this course has helped me a lot.

RC - I am a reader - so didn't have much problem with RC. The application and practice files in RC are of very good quality.

Scholaranium - Absolutely amazing product! it has pretty advanced analytics built in to pinpoint your weakness and strengths.

Last but not the least - amazing customer service.

All in all, for non-natives this is an excellent value for money!

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     By gmat2015p 77 69
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Quant:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Quant Live Prep
Location: Online

I have greatly benefitted from the e-gmat quant live course. Below are some of the features of the course which I particularly liked -

1. The course is very well structured and divided into modules by subject area. You can learn them at your own pace - suits me particularly given my work schedule.

2. Each course has a quiz at the beginning and at the end. They are timed quizzes (similar to Scholaranium) - which helped me a great deal in building pace/stamina for the main exam.

3. Lots of practice problems ... I don't think you need any additional practice. The part that helped me most is there are a lot of higher difficulty 'intimidating' problems with very detailed explanations.

4. Although I come from an engineering background, I am not good at probability and permutation combination. This course simplifies the concept - and teaches very simple methods to solve those problems

5. Live Sessions - I think this is the one of best features.I went through the recordings for the live sessions and the problems solved in those sessions helped me to increase my score level.

6. Last but not the least is amazing customer support :)

Kudos to Rajat, Payal and team for putting the course together!

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Great course- try it out
October 12 | 2015
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     By souvik15 13 5
Self-reported Score:

740

Q51

V38

Improvement:

N/A

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

I started my GMAT preparation at the start of July with OG, GMAT PREP & MANHATTAN books. Using OG I pointed out my strengths (PS) & weaknesses (SC & CR). In DS & RC I was moderate. So, I went through MANHATTAN books for SC, CR & RC & things did not change significantly. My target score was 700 & GMAT PREP gave me only 630-640. So at the end of July I started reading blogs at GMAT CLUB how to improve. Then I came to know about Aristotle Prep books & ordered them in Amazon. While they took nearly a month to deliver, I continued my research & found out about e-gmat. I joined them immediately on 23rd August in VERBAL ONLINE after using their free trial SC files. First I went for SC & immediately my confidence was boosted. They has made the basics of GMAT English really easy to digest. One more thing needed to be specially mentioned about their SC files is meaning analysis. If you don’t follow that rigorously you are bound to lose some points in SC. Then I went for CR. Their pre-thinking approach first seemed hectic but you’ll have the effects in exam. Then I started using scholarium, a great tool to gauge your progress. I also upgraded to VERBAL LIVE later but did not use that rigorously as the basics were there in VERBAL ONLINE. At the end of September I gave two GMAT PREP exams & it was 700 & 710. So I went for exam on 29th September & voila it was 740. So I will strongly suggest e-gmat to the non-natives. If you don’t have the time to read this long story use the take-away.
Take-away-
1. Make your basics right. E-gmat has made basics super easy to digest
2. Use pre-thinking approach to solve CR
3. Use meaning analysis for SC otherwise you’ll surely loose some points.
4. Use scholarium to measure your progress.
One more thing I’ll add here e-gmat’s support team. They will answer your query as fast as possible. So if verbal is your weakness in GMAT trust e-gmat.

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V34 to V41 in 2 months!!
October 08 | 2015
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     By areez29 0 0
Self-reported Score:

750

Q50

V41

Improvement:

60 Points

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

I took my test on October 3, 2015 and scored 750 (Q50 V41) and am extremely thrilled with my score.
In my previous attempt on August 1 2015, I scored 690 (Q49 V34) and signed up for the Verbal Live Prep course with e-GMAT.

The course is very detailed and provides us with a framework to tackle all areas of the verbal section. During my previous attempt, I was never really confident while attempting the verbal section, especially CR. SC was one of my stronger areas, however, the VLP course at e-GMAT, with its emphasis on meaning analysis, ushered in a unique methodology to solve SC questions. This unique method of attempting SC questions not only reduced my error rate and time but also boosted my confidence when it came to the actual test. Believe it or not, I was actually able to 'pre-think' a potential answer for an incorrect sentence. The PoE (Process of Elimination) technique ensured that I thoroughly went over all the options and was confidently able to select the correct option and move on.

The pre-thinking step in CR, in my opinion, was a God-sent. Following the steps laid out in the videos and the application of the process taught by the faculty ensured that I was in the right frame of mind during the exam was able to turn one of my weaknesses into my strength. BF questions were always my Achilles heel, but after learning the process and applying the steps to solve these questions, I can vouch that the 2 BF questions that I got on my 2nd attempt were completed in about 3 mins and I hope that both were correct.

Initially, I had some reservations with the RC strategies and the process as I felt that I was getting most questions wrong and spending too much time on each passage. However, I persisted with the 7 strategies and applied them to all my RCs on the actual GMAT. The results are there for all to see. I am not sure whether I saved much time but I was able to use the PoE and arrive at the correct option in most cases.

Lastly, I'd like to commend the work that has been put into the Scholaranium tool. I used Scholaranium extensively for practice and honing my skills after each session. The questions were varied and unique. In sections such as RC and SC, I felt that the actual GMAT questions were a lot simpler than the ones that I practiced using Scholaranium.

A big thank you to the entire e-GMAT team for instilling the confidence in me and helping me get over that final hurdle. Also, a big shout out to the VLP faculty (Payal, Neeti, Krishna, and Shraddha) for explaining the concepts and demanding that we stick to the process in order to achieve our target scores. When I applied for this score, my expectations were to reach a score of 720 - 730 range. However, I have gone above and beyond those expectations and hope this score will yield calls from some top universities.

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     By swatiBansal 1 0
Self-reported Score:

730

Q50

V38

Improvement:

70 Points

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

I came to know about e-gmat through gmatClub. As a non-native I have always struggled with SC. Initially, I took Free trial of the course. I have so impressed that I immediately purchased their SC course. Their 3 step approach is the ultimate mantra for GMAT. The course structure design is very comprehensive and easy for a non-native. After going through their SC online course, I felt very confident while doing SC. There are practice questions whose answers are so well explained that you will have a strong hold on the concepts. I also attended the free webinars and believe you learn a lot from them. You can also post doubts on forums and reply is almost instantaneous. I highly recommend everyone to purchase this course.

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Best Verbal Course e-GMAT
October 01 | 2015
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     By gauravsaxena21 2 0
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Verbal:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Neeti Sohal

During my first GMAT attempt, i was self studying, using Manhattan material. I think material is good if you are already good at understanding grammatical jargons, but didnt help me much . From GMAT CLUB forums, I came across e-GMAT COURSE, I believe that one of the best Verbal course. E-GMAT VIDEOS explain each and every concept so well that in few weeks my accuracy improved.
Pool of questions available for practise creates GMAT like experience. You have enough questions to test your weak area and topic to work on.

I strongly suggest that anyone who is struggling at Verbal, must try e-GMAT course. Take my word, you wont regret!

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Good Course for Gmat Verbal !!
October 01 | 2015
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     By angad87 6 0
Improvement:

N/A

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

Want to improve Verbal section in GMAT !! - E-gmat Verbal Live Prep course is the one you should be looking for !! The strength of e-Gmat lies in the verbal section for non-natives. Though I didn't sign up for quant, but I can surely vouch for Verbal Live Prep course. They have a very different approach as far as solving verbal questions is concerned, and has helped me a lot to understand the concept .The sessions have been immensely helpful.

There are many other courses but I doubt that one would get such a detailed explanation or analysis of a question as one would get in e-gmat course.Along with some concept videos and live sessions, they also offer a plethora of questions to practice from.I would suggest you to try their tutorials/trials to see if they meet your requirements. But as far as my feedback is concerned, eGmat is worth a shot !

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