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July 30, 2016
vsvkvsvk

Joined: Jan 24, 2016

Posts: 15

Kudos: 6

Verified score:
680 Q46 V37

My GMAT Experience and E-GMAT

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Course e-GMAT GMAT Live Prep

Instructor Payal Tandon

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I am an experienced manager ( Have a MBA from a Top School in India more than 10 years ago) working for a top MNC. I decided to give my GMAT, as I wanted to apply for PhD.

As a typical Indian with Engineering background, I am very strong in Quant. Got 48 in my first mock GMAT with GMATPrep. My verbal was a low 30.

I decided to use e-GMAT. While people tend to highlight its use for non-native speakers, I think it is something that will work for everyone. It puts a template on how to approach GMAT questions. For example for the Sentence Correction they have their 3 Step approach. These are very helpful. Their question bank (Scholaranium) is very good.

I gave my GMAT last week and got a 680. I was not happy with my score, but my Verbal was a good 37. My target is to push my Verbal to 40+ and I will be using the e-GMAT material and work harder.

I will recommend e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep to anyone considering study material for their GMAT. After a level it is more of your own preparation that matters more.

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July 30, 2016
vsvkvsvk

Joined: Jan 24, 2016

Posts: 15

Kudos: 6

Verified score:
680 Q46 V37

My GMAT Experience and E-GMAT Quant

REVIEWER IDENTITY VERIFIED by score report [?]

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Course e-GMAT GMAT Live Prep

Instructor Krishna Chaitanya

Location Online

I gave my GMAT recently and found that I didn't do well in my Quant. I felt the first 5-10 minutes I was not focused enough. I am working with e-GMAT material to improve my score. I do feel with the good material that they have, I should easily make it beyond 50 on my Quant.

Their theory and questions to practice are very good. All concepts are explained very well with option to test the understanding of the concepts right after completion of the theory sessions.

Their Scholaranium is very good to practice. The number of problems one has to solve are exhaustive.
They have covered all the concepts tested on GMAT very well.

I recommend e-GMAT for anyone considering GMAT preparation material. Worth the investment.

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