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August 26, 2016
shekharshrek

Joined: Aug 25, 2014

Posts: 7

Kudos: 2

Self-reported Score:
650

Verbal for No-natives

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Course e-GMAT GMAT Live Prep

Instructor Shraddha Jaiswal

Location Online

I am a Non Native and like majority of the Nonnatives I was also struggling with my Verbal section of GMAT, I never used to pick right answer for right reasons and always believe in those options which sounded correct to my ears and wasn't bothered about subject verb, modifiers, idioms etc.
I was always struggling to pick correct answer, then one day my friend suggested me to go through E-gmat videos and I was awestruck with their approach, I liked their 3 step process - (Analysis of Meaning, Sentence Structure, Options Analysis), their unique way of breaking the complex sentence into small parts suddenly allows you to see small details like subjects, verbs, modifiers, parallel components, etc.
E-gmat Verbal online course with live prep course is great, the beauty about live prep is that if somehow you have missed the live course you can always visit the recordings and ask your doubts from experts.I would definitely recommend the verbal online course along with Live-prep course especially for the nonnatives.

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August 26, 2016
shekharshrek

Joined: Aug 25, 2014

Posts: 7

Kudos: 2

Self-reported Score:
650

Way for Quant

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Course e-GMAT GMAT Live Prep

Instructor Japinder Kaur

Location Online

I am an engineering student and I always believed that quant should not be any problem for me at all and it is my strong section, after working for 6 years it is bit rusty but would be fine if I work upon it, Unfortunately, I was wrong, my way of approaching questions was very time consuming and I totally forgot some of the important topics like probability, inequality ,stats then e-gmat quant came to my rescue and helped me with some of the rust basics to hard problems of 700 level, I am pretty sure with the amount of topics they have covered it would be sufficient for my quant prepration.

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August 27, 2016
shekharshrek

Joined: Aug 25, 2014

Posts: 7

Kudos: 2

Self-reported Score:
650

E-gmat Scholaranium

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E-gmat verbal live prep along with verbal online course is great course and after doing each segment of online course which is followed by practice question and then they ask you to try OG questions but after doing everything you look out for more resources and you can’t rely on questions which are not close to official GMAT exam and you don’t want to waste your energy and time in doing the questions which are not of same quality. Verbal Scholaranium is the answers to all my worries because each section is divided in sub categories of SC, CR, and RC. Each section has questions divided as per difficulty levels Easy/Medium/Hard, you can bookmark your questions and ask experts if you have any doubt and the best thing about each question which save a lot of time is the comments section in which most of the time your doubts are asked by someone else and experts have clarified them. This is great initiative by E-gmat and it will definitely boost your Verbal score.

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August 27, 2016
shekharshrek

Joined: Aug 25, 2014

Posts: 7

Kudos: 2

Self-reported Score:
650

Everything for Quant

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E-gmat Quant Scholaranium is great question bank and best part about it is that you can customize your question as per difficulty level; you can start with easy and then move to difficult questions to build stamina and confidence. Questions are of great quality and close to real GMAT questions; you can only rely on OG and e-gmat questions to have a feel of real GMAT questions. I am sure that this great question bank will take me to my desired score in Quant score of at least Q50, so guys don't hesitate in signing up for E-gmat Quant for better understanding of how GMAT Quant works.

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