With mostly non-native instructors, technicians and staff from India, E-GMAT hones their skills on getting better test results and scores for those who speak English as a second language. Their company is especially catered for Indian nationalists working on the verbal test.
Two of E-GMAT’s three co-founders, Rajat Sadana and Payal Tandon, both scored in the 99 percentile on their CET (the Indian equivalent of the SAT) tests, the GATE (Indian equivalent of the GRE and technical GRE) exams. Rajat himself performed highly in the GMAT scoring.
E-Gmat’s costs are on a premium level when it comes to traditional tuition rates, but they offer some guarantees and a multitude of testimonials that offer you money back if you don’t succeed in improving your numbers in some areas. These higher rates are reinforced by different levels and durations of e-learning platforms, live classroom hours, practice questions and a full staff of full-time instructors.
Cost and Contact Info
E-GMAT’s costs vary from $499 to $1,650 and above according to time levels and possible classrooms available in Manhattan and through Kaplan college.
Two different levels of verbal, quant and IR training are also available for $299 and $499 that include e-content, strategy sessions, instructor led sessions, practice questions and tests. As with most of these online course options, be sure to check out their website for some no-cost tutorial tools and a free trial offer.
E-Gmat encourages prospective students to contact their CEO Rajat directly at firstname.lastname@example.org