GMAT Club
February 14, 2015
b2bt

Joined: Sep 25, 2012

Posts: 232

Kudos: 283

Self-reported Score:
660 Q49 V31
680 Q48 V34

Almost perfect

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Staff: Good, Polite
Hardware: Good, Monitors are placed on the CPUs so the monitor is relatively a little high. No technical issues or uncomfortable keyboard/mouse
Locker: Size is good. You can fit in a backpack. Also, you can keep things outside too
Environment: Quiet. Earplugs are provided and I would recommend that you use it. A little cold

Notes
They have a water cooler so you might not want to carry a bottle.
You can carry a pull over inside the testing area.
Around 13 people can give the exam simultaneously

The area is known for traffic congestion so it's better to take appointment in the afternoon or morning.

You'll have to wait outside in case you come earlier than an hour before your appointment. There is no place to sit outside.

It is situated in Solitaire Corporate Park. You have to enter through smaller entrance, ahead of the main entrance. From there you enter into the first building to the left. The center is on the first floor. There will be watchmen to guide you there

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September 21, 2014
b2bt

Joined: Sep 25, 2012

Posts: 232

Kudos: 283

Self-reported Score:
660 Q49 V31
680 Q48 V34

Can't get any better than this

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Improvement N/A

Course e-GMAT GMAT Live Prep

Instructor Rajat Sadana

Location Online

After few months of my gmat prep, my verbal score was stagnant at V32. I almost practiced for a month and watched lot of videos to improve my verbal score but in vain.

During this time, I attended a session on strategy by Rajat in which he discussed problems I was facing with verbal. Apart from that, the session was quite revealing about a few GMAT facts, such as, debunking of a myth that verbal is more important than quants.

After attending a few sessions of egmat, it was quite clear why I my verbal score was stagnant: Although I was good at english, I lacked the formal approach to questions asked in gmat.

I wanted learn these approaches and egmat helped me with it. Few of the things why egmat has so many followers are

1. Better approach : You go through basics in " video concepts" apply them in "application quiz" and re-enforce both in "live session".
2. OG and VR2 integration : Along the way you are advised to solve OG questions that are relevant to the topic that you are studying
3. Great database of doubts : You almost never need to ask a doubt because there is a huge database built already
4. Spectacular Support : In case you have unanswered doubt. Egmat has a very attentive support team

The most important aspect is that egmat is not a company which will just provide you the needed prep materials and leave you at your own, they are always with you helping you understand, relearn and don't apply concepts.
In case you have a problem studying, they won't leave you back, they will help you come forward at your own pace.

Obviously they (egmat team) don't literally spoon food you but will help you realise where you really falter.
When my verbal score was stagnant, I was practicing without noticing my weaknesses and kept practicing and revising concepts blindly. With e-gmat, I realised what I need to practice.

Thanks e-gmat team!

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