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Joined: Aug 31, 2016
700 Q49 V37
I started thinking about preparing for GMAT in Mid 2017. So the first question came into mind was which GMAT prep course to choose? I had few criteria, My work schedule is office from 9 am to 6 pm and I am married and I have a 16 months old toddler. So with all these responsibilities I didn’t want to go for a class room course and decided to go for an Online course. Online course gives flexibility and saves us the time of commute. I went through the reviews of various GMAT prep courses and then decided I would first try self study. I started with the MGMAT quant books. I couldn’t sit through for long hours and concluded that video lessons are best for me and again going through all the course review, I selected e-GMAT Quant Live Prep, because it has good reviews and economical also. Now after completing the course, I became very comfortable with the quant section. The course is well structured into sections, the videos lessons are broken into small concepts with short videos so that you don’t get bored or tired. The application quizzes guide you well on how to approach respective question types. The have section wise quizzes from OG also, so you can keep track of your performance in OG questions. The live sessions are very good for further clarity on the process to follow for each type of questions. You can ask doubts in live sessions as well as in the forums on e-GMAT. The scholaranium is a very good tool to work on your weaknesses and keep track of your performances. You don’t need to worry about keeping a separate error log. The scholaranium keeps track of errors and you can put your notes about each question while doing review. I highly recommend e-GMAT course to anyone, no matter what stage you are in your GMAT prep. It is an excellent all round package. They have some of their concept files and couple of live sessions for free, so you can try before deciding.
Joined: Nov 06, 2012
480 Q34 V22
I just wanted to let everyone knows of my experience preparing for the Gmat with E-gmat since I've been around for so long working on the Gmat. I originally started preparing for the Gmat with Princeton, then with Kaplan, then with Manhattan gmat and finally with e-gmat. I truly mean it when I say finally with E-gmat. So, as I said, I've been around.
Studying with the Manhattan gmat books was a good start. I was able to touch on the concepts I have not done in a while and got some basics out of the way. I was excited, but then I didn't feel I knew how to address each and every question and relate that information back to the books. With E-gmat, the concepts are organized by sections: Number Property, Algebra, Geo, Words Problems, and Advanced Problems. Each section has application practices and quizzes. So, I can related the topic tested on a question. I am able to relate to the concept and the PROCESS that I should use answering the questions.
I am not good at math, though I like. I guess is better when you like something because then you can become good at it. But, if you don't have a way to see things, it can be frustrating at time to say the least. So, it does says a lot when a teacher knows what he is doing and can teach you the concept, but it speaks higher when the teacher is not only knowledge but also CARES that you do well and accomplish your goal. I found that with the teachers at E-gmat.
Joined: Apr 19, 2015
560 Q43 V24
I have taken the e-GMAT's Quant Live Prep subscription from Feb 2017 and I’m extremely satisfied. The Quant Live Prep includes the Quant Online as well. E-Gmat has categorized all the topics in math into 5. They have covered every possible topic in these 5 categories. It is advisable to complete the Quant online before attending the Quant Live Prep. The online classes are scheduled for weekends which worked perfect with my schedule. The instructors were very knowledgeable and through in each and every topic of discussion. They were really slow in explaining concepts and it helped me grasp the intricate details of certain methodologies. The polls during the classes will help you analyze the common mistakes that you make. The PDF that was delivered had the most difficult problems and it made me well equipped for 700 level questions. A lot of shortcuts were discussed during the live prep course. I liked the way how e-GMAT solved “Data Sufficiency” questions. I mastered the art of deriving information from the Question stem. Overall, the 2 hours of Live Prep course on every weekend was worth every penny that I spent. I would encourage every GMAT aspirant to register for one of their free webinars and get to know more about e-GMAT quant offering.