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e-GMAT verbal scholorium
February 23 | 2016
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     By Nikhilesh 0 5

It is definitely by the best place to get your verbal ability assessed. eGMAT's scholorium algorithm predicts your ability with high accuracy . Additionally they also provide information regarding your timing which helps you gauge yourself with respect to others. They also help us in creating custom practice test which helps a lot when you want to perfect a particular topic or a sub topic. The choice between quiz mode or practice helps to first perfect the concept and then helps you in pacing yourself in that particular concept . Creating custom quiz of 75 minutes only RC & CR helps you in building your stamina as well .

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Want to become a Scholar ?
February 20 | 2016
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     By PaulJoseAricatt 0 0

: I started to prepare for GMAT an year before.For head-start Went to Time coaching center (a decent coaching center having branches in most places over India).I understood most of things taught there and prepared well for exam.A few days before exam I wrote a mock test and was shocked to see my performance especially in English section (530 with Q21).Heard from my cousin about e-GMAT course(He had got 690 and is into Boston University now :) ) .I cancelled my GMAT date and joined for e-GMAT. I.I improved my Verbal ability from 21 to 30 in 8 days .The best part of e-GMAT study strategy is Scholaranium .You have lots of knowledge but don't know how to use it ; then your knowledge is in vein .Scholaranium gives u many questions which will make you think according to GMAT style and way of asking questions.
Have not took my GMAT yet .Planing for last week of Feb but am sure I will get a good score.Crystal clear concepts taught on best possible way.I was not interested in an online class but now on wards I would go only for online classes .Hats off to e-GMAT way of teaching.

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     By QGator 5 1

When I first started GMAT prep, I was at V29 (in my first mock test). Even after studying for a month from different sources my score didn't improve much and I was still at around V30-31 level. I decided to go with E-GMAT verbal and it was really helpful. In the last two months of my preparation scholaranium helped me evaluate my weak and strong areas. That helped me concentrate all my efforts on my weaknesses thus boosting my score to V40 and above level. The tool has an option to select type of question you want to practice. Based on the level I was at, I could select question from easy, medium and hard levels. This saved me time and increased efficiency and ability.

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     By saiprasad86 13 4

As most of non-natives engineers do, I started off with a Q48 in gmat prep. I wasn't exactly sure where my weaknesses are to pin point and to work on them. e-GMAT Scholaranium offers amazing set of practice questions on the verbal. It not only has good quality questions, but also it has a very good reporting structure to pin point your weaknesses. If you are looking for an additional set of practice questions and if you want to questions that are a replica of GMAT official questions, Scholaranium is a bible of all questions banks out there. it has good number of difficult questions to work on.

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     By saiprasad86 13 4

e-GMAT Scholaranium offers amazing set of practice questions on the verbal. If you are looking for an additional set of practice questions and if you want to questions that are a replica of GMAT official questions, Scholaranium is a bible of all questions banks out there. It not only has good quality questions, but also it has a very good reporting structure to pin point your weaknesses. This structure was really helpful for me. Me being a non-native, Official questions were not enough for practice. I needed extra practice on verbal questions to be more confident with my mocks. i would recommend e-GMAT Scholaranium to anyone who wants beef up their verbal ability.

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     By Battleready79x 34 9

Even though the verbal scholaranium is at the top of the game, the same expectations from the quant left me disappointed. In the questions classified, even though the questions provided for easy and medium are fine, the hard questions provided are lengthy rather than logical. It is a great disappointment to solve those hard questions as the questions, instead of being logical end up being flooded with multiple data. I wonder if most of the questions are anywhere near to the GMAT quant questions. I felt extreme disappointment for the reason indicated above and expect the fine members at egmat to revise the scholaranium as this is way below the standards we expect of the course provider like egmat. Thank you for the opportunity to write a review.

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Verbal scholaranium Review
February 15 | 2016
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     By Battleready79x 34 9

The verbal scholaranium does help in analyzing the individual weak areas and rectifying accordingly. The best feature of the scholaranium is the analysis it provides for the attempts made. Overall the preparation and planning enhances with the scholaranium and gives an exact sense of the direction in which preparation is moving. The quality of the questions are also on par with the standards of GMAT. The classification of questions on conceptual basis and also the classification according to difficulty does provide an added advantage. Overall it enhances your preparation to the next level, if well planned. Thank you for the scholaranium.

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e-gmat Verbal Scholaranium
February 11 | 2016
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     By divya0208 0 0

A great help. Has a great set of questions that test your underlying concepts thoroughly. It is easy to link back the questions to the concepts being tested which is an added bonus. The dashboard is particularly helpful to get a quick view of ur prep. The ability quiz helps get an idea on our strengths and weaknesses. Liked this feature particularly. The number of questions are reasonably high which will allow for good practice. Overall this is a pretty good product from eGMAT and would recommend for anyone who wants to get good practice on verbal and knowing strong and weak areas.

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Best Verbal Questions
February 10 | 2016
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     By iamheisenberg 16 59

With around 750 challenging GMAT like questions, e-GMAT's Verbal Scholaranium is the best place to practice the verbal skills for the GMAT test. The questions are very good. The dashboard provides a detailed analysis of your performance and thus it will help you in identifying your weak areas and revisiting the concepts. Overall this is very useful for applying the concepts learned in the e-GMAT verbal course.
The solutions are very detailed and have the options of saving a note or ask the expert (if you still need further clarification) in each question.

I would highly recommend it. Thanks a lot e-GMAT team.

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     By iamheisenberg 16 59

e-GMAT's Quant Scholaranium has more than 700 very good quality GMAT type questions for practice which is very helpful for those aiming for more than Q49. The dashboard has a very nice pictorial view of your progress. e-GMAT has a nice strategy for timing called 'tact time' (please attend their free strategy session to know more about this if you think that you have time management issues). The dashboard shows your tact time for each category of questions, which helps you in improving the areas where you are taking more time to solve the questions. I have Q49 in my first attempt and I found medium and hard difficulty questions very challenging, but still very GMAT-like.
The solutions are nicely put with the approach first and the working out afterwards. Understanding the approach part helped in handling the questions in better way.

Thanks.

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