Category Archives: Preparation Strategy Related Queries

SU102

For the benefit of every GMAT test taker, we provide two GMAT strategy sessions free of charge.

  • GMAT Strategy Session 1: We also call this session- How to create your Study Plan for GMAT. It will not only help you to come up with your own strategy to start your GMAT preparation but also it will help you figure out do’s and don’ts during preparation.
  • GMAT Strategy Session 1: We also call this session – GMAT Score Booster. In this session we provide guidance on how to evaluate your mocks and how to come up with your refinement plan in the final stages of your GMAT preparation.


If you’re an e-GMAT student and looking for guidance related to your GMAT preparation, you can get in touch with our in-house strategy experts by writing to support@e-gmat.com.

ST203

Timing is generally an outcome of one of the three reasons – gap(s) in conceptual understanding, issue(s) in assimilating your understandings of various concepts, or a gap in your application skills.

If you are in your initial phases of your preparation, then you should not focus on timing. However, if you’ve been preparing for a long time and still face timing issue, then you need to identify the area(s) (from the ones mentioned above) that you need to work on.

If you need any assistance regarding the same, feel free to get in touch with us at support@e-gmat.com.

ST105

We recommend that you solve OG questions at the right time after reviewing a certain set of concepts and solving the prescribed application and practice files. Please follow the study plan to know the sequence in which various activities in your course need to be attempted.

You may find the list of OG Questions to be attempted at the appropriate time in the course itself. Simply look for the file that has “OG Quiz/ Official questions” in its name.

ST104

The workshop is to be attended only after completing the course. This is because in the workshop, we share a relative analysis (among all participants), and a student would be able to assess his/her relative performance in the true sense only when he/she is thorough with the course content. Also, the content of the workshops remains the same. So, attending the workshop a second time will not give you a true picture of your relative standing in the group.


Please write to support@e-gmat.com for any further clarifications related to the workshop.