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March 26, 2019
askul2389

Joined: Oct 16, 2015

Posts: 70

Kudos: 111

Verified score:
710 Q48 V40

e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep Review

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Improvement 120 Points

Course e-GMAT GMAT Live Prep

Instructor Krishna Chaitanya

Location Online

I had given my GMAT more than two years ago (miserable score :(). I had prepared for more than 6 months, exhausting all best resources available. I was scoring in 600-650 range in mocks (Q 47-49 and V 27-30) . However, I scored below 600 in GMAT,scoring 22 in verbal. I thought I was not made for GMAT, since even after preparing from all best courses available I could not score well (especially in verbal). So I left the preparation.

Last year my friend suggested me e-GMAT course based on experience. So I checked its reviews online and opted for Verbal Live Prep course.

I have used just around 50% of its content and I am already scoring 32-34 in verbal. The way e-GMAT has designed the course is mind blowing. Its interactive audio visuals are very helpful and have helped me in improving in very short duration of time.

The reviews on GmatClub about e-GMAT SC are not unfounded. My accuracy in SC has increased from 40% to 80% in a very short time. Also, its prethinking approach in CR has helped to crack most difficult Assumption, Evaluate, Strengthen and Weaken problems.

If you are planning to give GMAT, and looking for drastic improvement in short duration, here's the solution : E-GMAT!

I have reported my old score here.

I will keep you updated about my new GMAT score soon.

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April 17, 2019
egmat

Dear Aksul - thank you for posting your review and for writing your journey. Moreover, congratulations on scoring V40!! Your ESR shows some excellent insights.

https://gmatclub.com/forum/a-long-journey-from-520-to-710-v17-to-v40-248550.html#p1919484

July 19, 2020
askul2389

Joined: Oct 16, 2015

Posts: 70

Kudos: 111

Verified score:
710 Q48 V40

Gmat Club tests review

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I extensively used GMAT club tests during my last attempt. I was able to improve my overall score from 520 to 710 (quant from 44 to 48 and verbal from 20 to 40). I found the Quant portion of the tests very useful. I could see similar questions in the actual exam as that of GMAT club tests. Performance analytics module helped me highlight and understand my weak areas, which otherwise, I was finding difficult to pinpoint. The verbal part of the GMAT club tests is not very much aligned with actual GMAT. There are many discrepancies in the scoring algorithm as well. The overall difficulty level is bit on the higher side compared to actual GMAT, which I think is a good part of the tests.

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