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When I first wrote my first GMAT mock test on Nov 2017 I scored 200, the worst course possible. I enrolled with an Indian GMAT prep company and started preparing for GMAT. I knew that I could improve my GMAT score in actual GMAT. I started my prep with verbal course. The course approach was based on lots of rules and remembering what to do when similar types of questions appear that I practiced. After 2 months of preparation when I tried to solve the 500 level SC question, I came to know how clueless I was. I didn't have any approach. Then I came to know about e-GMAT on Gmat Club. First I attended few of their verbal webinars. After going through few reviews on Gmat Club, I enrolled for their online verbal course. I wrote my GMAT on 24th Jan 2019 and scored 39 in verbal( 710- Q47, V39). That speaks a volume about e-GMAT's approach for verbal.
How e-GMAT is different?
1) The whole approach is based on understanding the sentence first.
2) They don't give much stress on grammar and associated rules. You don't need to remember a lot of rules.
3) You will learn a structural approach to solve SC question.
The pre-thinking approach will engage you with the stimuli of a CR question. When you clearly understand what the author is trying to express then every CR question becomes easy for you.
When you go through the videos of RC approach, you will understand that you do not need practice hundreds of RC passages to get a understanding RC question.
I recommend e-GMAT online verbal course for every non-native as well as native students who is struggling with GMAT verbal. Just complete the whole course and solve all the scholaranium question. You are good to go. You will ace GMAT verbal.
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After getting done with the GMAT came the frustrating and tedious part of admission process. I was at sea when I started researching about the admission process. The task seem daunting and I was in utter confusion how to select schools. Luckily I had been in touch with Experts' Global as I prepared for GMAT with them. I came to know about their comprehensive admission consulting program. I would like to describe my experience with EG.
When I enrolled in their admission consulting program I was told by them that I would definitely get interview invites from selected schools and hopefully convert few of them.
The reason they were so confident was that they have worked with so many students so they know what they are promising.
They have first analysed my profile and provided me with a set of schools which I would be able to convert. Their approach is very pragmatic and they provide a list of schools which matches the profile and provides a high chance of conversion.
They are extremely professional but at the same time they really understand the needs of a student. So they are very flexible as well. All the members of the team are easily accessible.
The process they follow from understanding the student profile to assisting the student with essays is very systematic. They provide a time frame and if a student follow the time frame there will not be any last minute worry before the deadline.
I opted to apply to 4 MBA programs with their help. With their assistance I was able to draft my admission essays well before deadline. I submitted application to 2 schools Imperial and Boston Carroll. To my utter delight I got interview invite from both of them. That is 100% success rate in getting an interview invite. Finally I got into Boston Carroll with $30k scholarship.
If you really want to get into a good MBA program then I recommend you to work with Experts' Global. They will definitely get you interview invites and hopefully you will convert few of them like I did.
My wisdom- Consultants can do for you so much but you have to be proactive during the process. They can not spoon feed you everything. They will help you with the drafting of the essays and interview prep. You have to make sure that you do what they tell you to do. You need to connect with current students of the MBA programs that you are applying to get a good insight about the program which would help you during the interview.
I know it's a bit long review but I hope this helps future applicants.
When I started to prepare for GMAT I was going through several reviews in Gmat Club. Fortunately I stumbled upon a review of Experts' Global Gmat prep. On the basis of that review I purchased the course and started preparing. When you start the course you are asked to write a mock test to gauge your ability both quantitative and verbal. When I gave my mock test I scored 200. With an utter disappointment I contacted the Experts' Global Gmat prep team. They immediately informed me that there is no reason to panic and instructed me to follow the suggested procedure.
The most amazing thing about the prep course is that the team keeps a real time record of your progress in preparation and improvement. Having said that it's entirely upto you to take advantage of the tools they provide. You need to ask them about the doubts that you are facing.
Now coming to the quality of preparation material I found the quant part is well prepared and it's sufficient to get a score of 50 by only following their materials.
To be honest I did't liked the verbal part. I think there a scope for the verbal team to work on the material. However I think the verbal material would be sufficient for those who are scoring good in their verbal in mocks.
Now come the mocks that they provide with the course. As per my opinion the mock tests are the closest to a real GMAT and the scores that you get would ideally reflect the score that you would get in a real GMAT.
Finally a few words about the EG team. I found them as extremely professional but with a flexible mindset for their student. Whenever I faced any difficulty I reached out to the team and got a solution. They really take care of their students.
I would definitely recommend this course to those who want a comprehensive preparation course within a reasonable. I started with 200 and ended up scoring 710 in actual GMAT.