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GMAT Live Prep has helped more than 2,000 students ace the GMAT. In fact, GMAT Live Prep is the world’s most immersive classroom and is 4X more interactive than a normal classroom.
“I read some reviews on e-GMAT and I wanted to give it a try. I must say, I was not let down. The effectiveness of the process is nothing less than amazing. It helped me achieve my target score”
Kevin Rohardjo 750 (Q50, V41)
“While Knewton and MGMAT tutoring could not help me improve beyond a 650, e-GMAT GLP course helped me score a 730 in less than a month.”
Prashant Malhotra 730 (Q51, V38)
“The interactive modules keep you engaged throughout your preparation. You’ll never feel that you’re alone in your preparation”
Jaspreet 750 (Q51 V40)

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“Quant Live Prep helped me get a perfect Q51!”
GMAT Score:
740
Score improvement:
90
Final Score:
Q50, V40
Situation:
Looking for a structured approach

Can you tell us a bit about your Quant preparation before joining QLP?
I was stuck at Q49 and never thought I could get Q51. I only managed to score Q50 in all my mocks. I gave QLP a shot because I was already a VLP student and I like e-GMAT’s methodology of teaching. As I had hoped, I scored a Q51.
Good hear that, Rohit. What aspects of the QLP course did you like?
Each and every section is very well divided and organised. Whole course is divided into 5 major sections. Every section has individual topics. Each topic will have a separate test. Every topic also has a advanced test which is very useful if you’re aiming for a high score.
Any tips for your fellow test takers targeting a Q51?
e-GMAT QLP is a definitely very methodical and if you practise correctly using the course, you’ll definitely get a great score in your test. This is a must have course.
Thank you Rohit. Wish you all the best for your future endeavours.
Thank you e-GMAT team. You guys rock!

“I realized the importance of process.”
Name: Alexey Utkin
GMAT Score:
700
Score improvement:
200 points
Final Score:
Q49, V35
Situation:
Looking for a structured approach

Hi Alexey. Can you tell us a bit about yourself?
I have a diploma in Radiophysics and currently, I have been working as a management consultant for 4 years.
What made you plan for an MBA?
I wanted to do an MBA because I wanted to give myself the much needed boost to climb up the corporate ladder.
Alexey, this is your 5th attempt. Can you tell us a bit about your first 4 attempts?
For my first attempt, I enrolled for classroom coaching in my locality. However, I realized that it didn’t work for me. I scored a low 500(Q47, V17). Then I took a break for couple of months and then hired a private tutor. However, I still ended up scoring in the 500s. Then I took a couple of weeks of break and during the break I realized that the GMAT is all about persistence and smart preparation.
In my 3rd attempt, I scored a 620. However, after preparing on and off, since I fell ill before my exam, my score again decreased to a 590 in my 4th attempt.
How did you prepare for your 5th attempt?
I took a break before starting my preparation again. This break allowed me to recuperate my confidence. Then I made sure to shift to healthy eating habits and lifestyle to keep my energy levels up through out my preparation. I took up sports such as swimming to keep myself healthy, energetic, and focused everyday. Then I slowly started my preparation. I joined e-GMAT and methodically followed the provided course materials. I always made sure that I followed the processes taught in the course and I clearly understood the importance of process.
How did you come across e-GMAT?
I came across e-GMAT while going through some debriefs on GMAT Club. I saw the emphasis on process laid by e-GMAT iterated in every debrief. I was impressed by this focus on process. I did some more research and realized that e-GMAT is the way to go if I have to be as methodical and structured in my preparation as possible.
What aspects of the courses did you like?
I liked the emphasis on the process laid in each and every aspect of the course. The live sessions were wonderful and Scholaranium is excellent to say the very least.
Thank you Alexey. It was nice talking to you. Good luck for your future endeavors.
Thank you e-GMAT team.

“People say it’s no magic to score well on GMAT and you need to work hard. I say, what you at e-GMAT do is pure MAGIC!”
Name: Bhagawat Rawat
GMAT Score:
750
Score improvement:
220 Points
Final Score:
Q50, V41
Situation:
Looking for a structured approach

Hi Bhagawat. Congratulations on scoring a 750. How does it feel to achieve a dream score?
Amazing! I was pleasantly surprised with a 200+ point score improvement compared to my previous attempt. e-GMAT Verbal Live Prep course helped me jump from 630 (V28) to 750 (V41).
How was your experience of using the SC portion of the course?
The 3-step process for SC is a sure shot way to get questions correct. The most important point which i would like to mention is that you guys made the difficult terms made so easy to understand (no one in this world would teach using terms such as verb-ed modifiers, verb-ing modifiers, noun+noun modifiers etc). All the appositives, gerunds, reflexives and infinitives can take a toss in front of your methodology. With each session, my confidence grew and so did my accuracy.
Glad to hear that. How about CR?
Rajat’s CR sessions were superb and the concept of pre-thinking is absolutely a gold mine. The negation test and variance analysis actually helped me during my exam.
Were there any other aspects of the course that you’d like to mention?
Yes – the two amazing workshops which you conducted for the first time. I am GLAD you did that. They gave a real insight about my preparation trajectory and highlighted the areas I had to improve. I could get an accuracy of 88% on the OG12 SC section and 94% on the CR section.
What did you do differently this time that, according to you, played a crucial role in your tremendous score improvement?
I tracked my mistakes, analyzed every wrong choice as to why it was wrong, followed the 3-step process blindly, in short did everything you guys told me to do.
Were there any other aspects of the course that you’d like to mention?
Yes – the two amazing workshops which you conducted for the first time. I am GLAD you did that. They gave a real insight about my preparation trajectory and highlighted the areas I had to improve. I could get an accuracy of 88% on the OG12 SC section and 94% on the CR section.
We’re quite glad the course helped you, Bhagawat. Is there anything else that you’d like to add for your fellow test takers?
People say it’s no magic to score well on GMAT and that you need to work very hard. I say, what e-GMAT does is pure MAGIC!
Thank you for your words of appreciation Bhagawat. It was nice speaking to you. We wish you the best for your future endeavors.
Thank you e-GMAT team.

“e-GMAT VLP helped me excel”
Name: Nikhil Minotra
GMAT Score:
710
Score improvement:
180 points
Final Score:
Q48, V38
Situation:
Looking for a structured approach

Hi Nikhil. Can you tell us a bit about your GMAT Preparation?
This is my third attempt. In my first two attempts, I scored a 530 and a 630 respectively after using many study resources.
How did you prepare in your first two attempts?
I have studied pretty much every book and resource that was available including the Official guides and the Manhattan books for my first attempt. I was also scoring around 680-690 in my mocks. While preparing for my second attempt joined the Kaplan (Chopra’s) course in hopes that I would learn something only to realize that it is of no use to me.
What were the issues you faced with your preparation in your first two attempts?
I assumed that my Quant would be decent since I was from an engineering background. However, I quickly realized that I am facing lot of issues with Quant and Verbal both. Added to that the fact that my preparation wasn’t methodical. I ended up with a 530 and 630 in my initial attempts.
How much difference did you perceive between your mock experience and your first GMAT experience?
I have felt a lot of difference. Very soon after I entered the examination hall, I realized that I haven’t replicated the test experience properly in my mocks. I have never been a nervous person, but during my first GMAT attempt, my palms became all sweaty and I experienced a nervous and anxious feeling I have never experienced before.
What according to you went wrong with your preparation for the first two attempts?
I just focused on reading more and more material and gave lots of mocks without thinking about what are the actual issues that need to be addressed and how to do a analysis of my performance. In fact, I have given around 15 mocks for my second attempt! Trust me, giving tons of mocks is not at all necessary. What I realized is that I need to be aware of where I am in my preparation and that is what is crucial if I have to put my efforts in the right direction and reach my target score.
What according to you went wrong with your preparation for the first two attempts?
I just focused on reading more and more material and gave lots of mocks without thinking about what are the actual issues that need to be addressed and how to do a analysis of my performance. In fact, I have given around 15 mocks for my second attempt! Trust me, giving tons of mocks is not at all necessary. What I realized is that I need to be aware of where I am in my preparation and that is what is crucial if I have to put my efforts in the right direction and reach my target score.
What did you do after your first two attempts?
Frankly after the first two attempts, I lost confidence in myself and almost decided to give up on the GMAT. After sometime, I wanted to see if anybody would take the GMAT three times. So, I started browsing GMAT Club and found plenty of plenty of people similar to me who failed initially but eventually succeeded on the GMAT.
Why didn’t you use GMAT Club during your first two attempts to read up about how people prepare?
Actually, during my first two attempts, I distanced myself from forums and online discussions since I already had a couple of friends who were preparing for the GMAT. Also, I never considered that I need help in any section. So, I never got around to doing any online research. After my first two attempts, I realized that I needed to do a realistic self-evaluation.
How did you come across e-GMAT?
I came across e-GMAT on GMAT Club while researching on the available prep courses. I attended a free SC webinar hosted by Payal. I was totally impressed by the approach advocated in the session. I have never seen anyone illustrate such a methodical approach and solve SC questions with such a logical approach without involving too much of grammar. The webinar made me realize that till then I had been marking answers without concrete reasoning. Then I researched a bit more about e-GMAT and saw that e-GMAT has amazing reviews. So, I immediately availed an ongoing offer and enrolled for VLP without a second thought.
What did you like while studying using e-GMAT’s courses?
A number of aspects of the course were very helpful. The provided study plan was helpful in planning my preparation properly and in keeping track of the same. The methodical approach combined with the audio visual concepts helped me gain a much better conceptual clarity and application skills. The live sessions then helped me take my ability to the next level and got me ready for the GMAT. In short, e-GMAT helped me excel.
Thank you for your kind words, Nikhil. Wish you all the best for your future endeavours.
Thank you too e-GMAT team.

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