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March 12, 2017
mevicks

Joined: Oct 02, 2014

Posts: 10

Kudos: 56

Self-reported Score:
610 Q40 V34

Great Verbal Course for Non Natives

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Instructor Payal Tandon

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Although I've not yet taken the GMAT this course was helpful in breaking the v30 barrier in my prep. The course material is detailed at the same time very easy to understand. Moreover the scholaranium tests help you gauge the current improvement. From the average v24 on tests this has helped me shoot the verbal score to v34.

My target score is around v44-v45 with still the RC and SC courses pending & I highly recommend this product for Non natives so that they can easily work on their foundations rather than just beating around the bush with few tips and tricks provided by other prep companies. The course starts with building your basics of grammar -> transitions to SC -> CR -> RC in a systematic approach. You can try out their sample vids to check if the approach is useful or not and then decide.

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March 12, 2017
mevicks

Joined: Oct 02, 2014

Posts: 10

Kudos: 56

Self-reported Score:
610 Q40 V34

Most test prep companies dont press the constant feedback approach (MGMAT for eg has countless rules for verbal SC but does not stress enough on the application part). egmat scholaranium helps to bridge that gap when preparing for verbal. It provides quick feed back of the learned concepts and the ability reached in each topic/section. Ultimately one should target for an ability level of 70%+ in each section to excel in the verbal. This is a great test to complement the egmat verbal live prep course material!

I highly recommend this test for non natives as a litmus test of the learned concepts. In fact you can also take this test coming from other prep materials to check your understanding level of the concepts. Good luck with your prep.

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