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January 13, 2016
Manish24

Joined: Jun 29, 2015

Posts: 39

Kudos: 7

Verified score:
750 Q51 V39

E-gmat Verbal Online Course

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Course e-GMAT Verbal Online

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E-Gmat proved to be pivotal in me getting a V39 on the eventual GMAT exam. It is a good starting point for international students. All the concepts were explained clearly and the videos proved to be a very good tool to learn.
I also liked the concept of scholaranium and the analyses provided after each test. The ability to track my performance after 5-6 tests really helped me identify my weaknesses.
The tests after each section or topic were also very helpful, I just wish that the questions in scholaranium were not a repeat of the questions that I had already practiced as that didn't reflect the correct score that I should have achieved.
Overall, I would definitely recommend any non native speakers to go for the EGMAT verbal course.

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March 03, 2016
Manish24

Joined: Jun 29, 2015

Posts: 39

Kudos: 7

Verified score:
750 Q51 V39

E-GMAT Verbal Scholaranium

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The E-GMAT Verbal course is a great starting point for all non native speakers and adding scholaranium to it makes it a perfect platform.
The questions on scholaranium are mostly new, although it would be ideal to have all questions that have not been practiced in the verbal online preparation.
The test structure is very similar to the actual verbal section of the GMAT exam.
But the most impressive aspect of this platform is the ability to track one's performance on various topics of sentence correction, reading comprehension and critical reasoning; enabling the student to focus more on topics that are projected as areas of improvement.
I would recommend this test series to all people looking to appear for GMAT, especially the non native speakers.

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