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February 28, 2017
Hatakekakashi

Joined: Jan 07, 2016

Posts: 1086

Kudos: 265

Self-reported Score:
710 Q49 V36

Ideal for QA

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I looked at a thread where many people who scored above 750 have used the gmat club tests and I went ahead with the purchase of these tests.

The quant is impeccable , 26 tests with brilliant questions and analysis , but only 9 verbal and I was disappointed with this otherwise a good deal

I hope the test makers focus on equal Quant and verbal

Overall Experience - 3.5/5 .. a 4 is a bit too much from me so i have chosen 3

i hope my feedback of adding more verbal is taken into consideration

P.S - Gmat score - 710 .. The tests help for Quant but not much for Verbal

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March 27, 2017
Hatakekakashi

Joined: Jan 07, 2016

Posts: 1086

Kudos: 265

Self-reported Score:
710 Q49 V36

Decent

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As the number of official questions available are less , it makes sense to purchase this bundle of OG questions , ideal for revision of concepts and practice. The number of 700+ questions is a bit low , but a decent amount of 600-700 questions are available and gmat prep allows us to customise tests according to study or practice mode , it would be ideal practice along with timing as most of us miss out not on the practice aspect but on the timing aspect. Buying it along with the exam pack bundle is a great deal and i feel that people looking for official questions should get hold of this bundle

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March 31, 2017
Hatakekakashi

Joined: Jan 07, 2016

Posts: 1086

Kudos: 265

Self-reported Score:
710 Q49 V36

Decent

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Course e-GMAT Verbal Online

Location Online

I took the E-gmat course after looking at a number of debriefs , stressing the need for E-gmat to help ace verbal. Being a non native speaker , i was happy that i found something that would help me cross the 700 barrier

Pros -

Covers SC , CR , RC , IR i.e 2 sections out of 4 i.e QA , VA , IR , AWA

lucid explanations

Cons -

Expensive ( better to share costs ) i feel at that price ,it could have offered a lot more in terms of no of questions
Egmat claims to have 3500 questions but the question bank has around 800 questions RC , CR , SC combined .

A lot of questions like find the noun , verb in the sentence etc are present but they are not gmat like , i mean they do help one prepare for Verbal section but claiming to have 3500 questions seems more of a marketing gimmick

I strongly believe every thing has 2 sides to it and so does this course. Studying this alone wont land you a 40+ in verbal , some techniques are only suitable for certain type of questions is what i feel. E-gmat definitely helps in preparation.

Since the course has helped me i would recommend it to people as a last resort , there is manhattan SC , Aristotle SC clubbed with various SC posts on the gmat club , all these resources utilised efficiently would give the same result as Egmat


Scholarium is easy to use but cannot switch between course and scholarium easily . I need to reopen the browser to access videos , this was an issue at times for me

Questions - 3/5
Platform - 3/5
Concepts 4-5

Overall experience - 3.5/5 but no 4
hence rating it 3/5

it's a good course but i am sure the benefits can be effectively reached in other ways as well

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