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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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25 out of 26 people found the following review helpful
     By mahesh280887 3 7
Self-reported Score:

700

Q49

V36

Improvement:

N/A

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

I wrote my GMAT exam on 10th Nov 2011 and got 700 (Q-49 & V-36). I would like to thank each and every one of you who shared their GMAT experiences on this forum and helped people like me to achieve the dream score. This forum was very useful to me during my GMAT preparation and its even useful now in my applications. I would also like to thank Payal and Rajat of E-gmat team for helping me improve my verbal score from 27 to 36. The e-gmat course proved to be very effective in improving my verbal score.

Just 2 weeks before the test, i found few people recommending e-gmat for verbal on beatthegmat and gmatclub forums. I registered for SC course of E-GMAT. I completed the concepts in 5 days time and then worked on advanced questions and UGE files. The advantage in E-GMAT is that the course starts with basic level and moves to advanced level once you gain proficiency in the basic level. The topics are classified accordingly to the level of difficulty. Another major advantage that i found useful was that audio visual files in the e-gmat course give you a clear picture of the concept and the concept directly sits in your mind whereas in MGMAT strategy guides, all the areas are on the same level and the concepts are not supported by enough examples as most of the examples seem to be pretty easy and not actual GMAT like questions. I strictly followed the e-gmat process for getting maximum results out of the course.

Use the following method to gain effective results:
1. Review a concept
2. Practice few OG questions related to the concept
3. Review your mistakes and make a error log (Preparing an error log is a time taking activity but its worth the effort)
4. Review the concept in which you made mistakes
5. Practice more problems in the areas that you made mistakes in
6. Once you are confident, move on to the next concept
7. Repeat steps 2 to 5

Within 3 days, i was able to observe a drastic change in my way of approach to SC questions. As GMAT SC questions now deal with meaning issues, we have to get a clear idea on what the sentence conveys before approaching the problem and the e-gmat approach for solving SC problems does just this.
1. Understand the meaning of the sentence
2. Identify the errors in the original sentence
3. Eliminate answer choices

Using this approach, i was able to solve most of the SC questions within a minute. I used the excess time for solving CR and RC passages. For CR, i referred powerscore CR bible but it was not that useful though. i referred to few concepts in CR bible, few in MGMAT CR strategy guide and i also enrolled for e-gmat CR course. Though i could not review all the concept files in e-gmat CR course, it helped me a lot in eliminating wrong answer choices and identifying the correct answers.

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9 out of 9 people found the following review helpful
     By ketavgupte 9 17
Improvement:

70 Points

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

I could not improve my Verbal Score beyond 32 using MGMAT and Powerscore. It was clear to me in October that I needed a change. I thought of taking a prep course but was not sure if it was worth it. I tried a small company that was highly recommended on this forum but that did not help either. Finally, in December, I tried e-GMAT. I started with their sentence correction course. I had thought that I knew all there was to know in SC, but after doing a few concepts, I realized that I was mistaken. I knew the concepts all right but I still had not learned how to apply them. For example, I had not realized the ways in which Verb-ing modifiers could be used till I went through the concept in the course. I then looked into MGMAT and I could find that the same thing was covered in MGMAT as well but somehow I did not understand it the same way. I felt the same as I went through Verb tenses and parallel structures etc. I felt that the eGMAT course was a lot easier to comprehend than MGMAT SC. 10 days later I upgraded to the Verbal Live Complete. I found the CR course to be equally good. The Prethinking approach is just awesome – makes CR questions very enjoyable. Their coverage on evaluate (I did get a few questions) is probably the most comprehensive that I have found in any book. The live sessions were excellent but they cover only the more challenging problems. One other thing that I liked about their live sessions was that the community is quite interactive. In addition to learning from the instructors, you also learn from their community members. Overall, I would attribute my improvement from 32 to 41 to egmat.

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     By keshavmahesh 2 1
Self-reported Score:

660

Q50

V32

Improvement:

N/A

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

Personally I feel is that e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep is the best course I found till date. I was struggling with my Verbal part. After going through the course I feel a bit more confident with my Verbal.

The course is very interactive and the strategies are best, what I personally feel, as it has helped me a lot. Especially in the SC and CR section the way to approach and solve the questions is good.

The Live session are good too, interactive and all the queries and doubts are clarified as if one is sitting in a proper classroom.

Overall I feel that this course is very helpful and worth a try if you are struggling with your Verbal.

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     By Jamie007 85 16
Self-reported Score:

720

Q49

V39

Improvement:

110 Points

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

Hi everyone, I just took the gmat and I scored a 690 (Q48V37). It may not be a terrific score, but its really good compared to my previous attempt, especially my verbal score.

First of all thank you E-Gmat! Your materials are the best bar none.

To begin with, I was confident about quantitative section of the GMAT because I thought that being an engineer, I had some quantitative advantage. I was not completely wrong but I realized that approaching questions in a timed manner needed a lot of practice and only a sound understanding of mathematics was not enough. Specially, the Data Sufficiency part of the quantitative section needed careful attention to details. My poor verbal score always demotivated me from taking the actual exam.

I am a non-native English speaker. So naturally, gmat’s verbal section turned out to be hard for me. I am sharing my experience to give an idea about how my hard work paid off.

I have been planning to take the gmat for 2.5 years now. Over the past years, I invested in multiple online gmat courses and also attended a classroom training. None of them helped me improve verbal my score beyond the 31-33 range. SC and CR always trapped me. So I kept postponing my gmat forever. Finally, with whatever preparation I thought I had, I finally took the actual gmat on Feb 6th, 2015. I wasn’t surprised by the score – 580 (Q48V22)

I had subscribed to E-gmat’s verbal online program a while ago, but I made a bad decision by not giving it due importance. I must admit it was the worst decision I took with regard to my gmat preparation. Looking back, I now realize I would never have ended up with a V22 had I used E-gmat during my preparations. I corrected this mistake for my second attempt. This time, I didn’t refer any other material other than E-gmat and the official guides. The course perfectly covers all areas of the gmat verbal, from absolute basics to the advanced concepts.

From the first day of using e-gmat itself, I was able to make out the difference in the way I analyzed questions. E-gmat’s pre-thinking in CR and their structured approach to SC really helped me improve in those areas. My accuracy in CR improved from 25-30% to 75% in less than 10 days. Pre-thinking really helped me have a better grip on the question even before I read the answer choices. Though it was time consuming in the beginning, with practice, I was able to answer CR questions accurately in much less time.

In SC too, E-gmat’s step by step method to identify errors in a sentence really helped me improve my accuracy. Following the procedure in the exact same way helped me identify and eliminate wrong answer choices quickly. I was almost able to answer every SC question in less than a minute. E-gmat workshops provide wonderful materials.

Once again I thank E-gmat for the wonderful program. I would recommend every gmat aspirant to take their trial and see for yourself how useful it can be, especially for those who find CR and SC hard and those who wish to take the gmat with less time to prepare. :)

Good Luck Everyone..

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E-gmat Verbal Online review
November 26 | 2016
     By jchung4 0 5
Self-reported Score:

700

Q49

V35

Improvement:

60 Points

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

I am a non-native English speaker who has been looking for a good verbal online course for awhile. I wanted to take offline courses but I normally get off work very late during weekdays and so I do not have any time to take a prep course offline. I have been receiving the most help on SC courses, the most tricky part among verbal sections. E-gmat helps you to understand the very foundation of English grammar and ways to approach GMAT verbal section. I would highly recommend to non-native speakers to take this course and study the concepts or review them before taking an exam.

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E-GMAT verbal live
October 25 | 2016
     By koltkommando 0 0
Self-reported Score:

600

Q44

V32

Improvement:

60 Points

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

I was introduced to e-GMAT course for verbal live prep through GMAT club and I am extremely satisfied with the course Content, the way verbal live sessions were scheduled and the delivery of the course.

Sentence correction section has explained all the fundamentals required to give you an upper hand in accessing the situation and increasing your accuracy in getting the right option. The live sessions by various faculties has been carried out in a systematic manner and interactive environment built in the session was so helpful.

There has been gradual increase in verbal score as we progress through every section and also e-GMAT has made the sessions very interesting.

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0 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
     By shravanpramode 0 0
Improvement:

N/A

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

Being a business Analyst by profession in a global company, working with people on the west and east who fall under completely different time zones, I know how difficult it is to manage both work and studies simultaneously. Going through a proper classroom training practically doesn't work because I have tried it. Plus it has various disadvantages like missing classes due to work, coping up with the program timelines etc. For people like me who don't compromise, e-GMAT is the road to take for scoring 700+. I am able to study at my own speed and convenient schedule. Plus I get not to miss any session as they are always recorded.
The concepts covered are deep and fantastically crafted especially for non natives like me. The approach and the way the whole program is designed & structured is really commendable.
Each quant concept is explained thoroughly with state of the art examples and explanations. The presenters are really skilled. Everything is to the point and they know what 700+ score which makes eGMAT stand out from rest of the other GMAT courses in the market The eGMAT scolaranium is the best self-assessment tool any aspirant could own. Thanks e-GMAT.

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October 09 | 2015
     By civilion 0 0
Improvement:

N/A

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

After a very long search on Gmat forums, i've decided to purchase the E-gmat verbal live course. I have finished all the contents and i can ensure that E-gmat course is hands down the best of the best when it comes to the Verbal section, especially if you are a non-native like me.

With more than 36 live verbal classroom hours and more than 3500 practice questions at varying difficultly you are certainly going to get your monies worth (by the way their price offers are very very interesting too).

Their videos, articles, practices and detailed test taking tips (strategy sessions) will allow any test taker the opportunity to score in the 700's.

The instructors are not only accommodating and friendly, but experienced and very professional.

Overall, I am beyond glad I've chosen e-Gmat over their competitors. My practice scores have already increased Tremendously ; I have the utmost confidence I will do immensely better on the actual GMAT.

I would definitely recommend E-gmat courses to anyone interested in scoring high on Gmat exam.

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     By ankurraie 0 0
Improvement:

N/A

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

HI

I am currently in the process of preparing for my GMAT and have enrolled in E-GMAT , verbal live course. I find the course to be highly effective for both native and non native speakers. The course has helped me great deal in diagnosing my weaknesses, having a structured approach to solving the Verbal questions be it Sentence correction,Critical reasoning or Reading Comprehension. I truly love the concept of diagnosis, then clarification of the concept file followed by a list of questions from OG as well as a test from e-GMAT and in the end the live online classes which take you through the concept once again and clarify your doubts. The instructor led class is truly wort every cent.This has indeed been one of my best choices I have made to prepare for my GMAT.

I would recommend e-GMAT course for all the MBA aspirants who want to score well in the GMAT.

Rgds
Ankur Rai

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     By ankurraie 0 0
Improvement:

N/A

Quant:     
This review is for: e-GMAT Quant Live Prep
Location: Online
Taught by: Japinder Kaur

The Quant course provided by the eGMAT is one of the best available and the most structured course available. It covers all the topics which were covered in official guide. The ease at which the concept is described in the topics gives clear understanding. The step by step approach explained in each topic gives you clear understanding.

They provide ample amount of question to test your concepts. Along with Gmat style question format with time bound keeps you in pace with time. I highly recommend to go for the Quant course provided by eGmat. Your money will not go in vain. All the best for your preparation.

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