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Quant Online

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Quant Online has helped numerous students ace GMAT Quant. In fact, Quant Online is proven to provide much higher score improvement than books.
“Amazing course. Especially loved the structured approach of the whole course and testing at very step of the preparation.”
Michelle 720 (Q50, V39)
“Quant Online helped me formulate the right approach for quant section by focusing on core concepts and a structured approach.”
Liam, 740 (Q51, V38)
“Quant Online helped me improve from a Q30 to a Q48 in under 5-months, leading to an overall score improvement of 110 points.”
Katie, GMAT 700 (Q48, V38)

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“The best decision in my GMAT journey.”
Name: Shekhar
GMAT Score:
770
Score improvement:
170 points
Final Score:
Q50, V45
Situation:
Looking for a structured approach

Hi Shekhar, Congratulations on scoring a whopping 770! How does it feel to achieve your dream score?
Very happy and quite relieved, frankly, having improved from a mere 600 in my first attempt.
Can you tell us a bit about your first attempt at the GMAT?
While preparing for my first attempt, my primary source for reference material was second hand advice from friends who had taken the exam recently and had scored about 640-50. I purchased the full course from Economist and finished it, took their mocks, and some more free mocks from Manhattan and GMAT Prep.
According to you, what went wrong with your first attempt?
My preparation should have been more methodical and planned. The course from Economist was not really something one can use to aim beyond a 650. Moreover, I had some personal issues at that time. So, all of these aspects had a compounded effect on my performance, and I ended up with a 600.
How did you find the Quant portion of the course?
I liked the structured approach in the course and also the quick results it produced. The course made me focus on a single thing – getting the application right – without any confusion.
Did you find Quant Scholaranium helpful?
Scholaranium is a must-have tool for any GMAT aspirant. I was usually decent in quant apart from some silly mistakes. So, I found Manhattan books too easy. However, Scholaranium kept me on the ground by throwing quite a few challenging problems – especially helpful for anyone targeting a Q50 or Q51.
How was your experience using the Verbal portion of the course?
I quickly realized that the rave reviews for e-GMAT Verbal are not unfounded. I started learning the concepts from the course and practiced the concepts in Scholaranium. In 2 months, I improved my accuracy from 45 % to 83 %.
According to you, what went wrong with your first attempt?
My preparation should have been more methodical and planned. The course from Economist was not really something one can use to aim beyond a 650. Moreover, I had some personal issues at that time. So, all of these aspects had a compounded effect on my performance, and I ended up with a 600.
That’s great Shekhar. Would you like to add anything else for your fellow test takers?
After learning the concepts taught in the course, practice using the processes prescribed in the course and you’re sure to get a Q50 or Q51. In my case, after using this course for around 3 months, I scored a Q50 in my second attempt – a whopping 10-point improvement in Quant.

“Follow this course and you’re sure to get a Q50/51″
Name: Gobi Selvaraj
GMAT Score:
700
Score improvement:
170 points
Final Score:
Q50, V35
Situation:
Looking for a structured approach

Hi Gobi, can you tell us about your preparation before enrolling for Quant Live Prep?
For my first attempt, I signed up for a Bangalore based test prep company and studied for more than 7 months. However, I ended up with a 530 (Q40, V23).
What aspects do you think went wrong with your preparation for the first attempt?
Firstly, the concepts were not taught properly. Even basicconcepts were ignored and focus was maintained only on solving complex problems. Moreover, they taught shortcuts for each problem and so there was no consistent approach. At the end, I realized that I didn’t learn anything substantial.
From your experience, can you tell us the extent to which the shortcut approaches worked?
I realized that shortcuts do not help in learning the concepts. Moreover, the shortcuts taught to me worked only on some select problems. Eventually, I ended up scoring a Q40 on the actual GMAT since I couldn’t answer most of the questions.
How did you find Quant Live Prep?
For my second attempt, I was initially enrolled for Verbal Live Prep and saw a significant improvement in my Verbal accuracy. So, I decided to invest in e-GMAT for my Quant preparation and bought their Quant Live Prep course. I soon realized that this has been the best investment I have made so far in my life.
How was your experience using Quant Live Prep?
I have been out of college for almost 7-8 years now, so my quant is quite rusty. QLP course was very helpful to teach me all math concepts required for GMAT exam. I digested all the concepts very clearly and had a standard approach for each question type. Even though it took little longer to apply the standard approach for each problem, it helped me improve my accuracy significantly.
Thank you Gobi. Would you like to add anything for your fellow test takers?
After learning the concepts taught in the course, practice using the processes prescribed in the course and you’re sure to get a Q50 or Q51. In my case, after using this course for around 3 months, I scored a Q50 in my second attempt – a whopping 10-point improvement in Quant.

“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.

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Co-founder, e-GMAT
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