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About e-GMAT

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.

e-GMAT 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 rajat@e-gmat.com.

Reviews Statistic

4.4 out of 4.4
17 Ratings
5 Stars 8
4 Stars 8
3 Stars 1
2 Stars 0
1 Star 0

17 reviews for eGMAT.com Overview

  1. 5 out of 5


    The test prep and verbal review were excellent and helped me bump up my overall score by a crucial 20 points. Each question/ exercise in egmat helps you learn something new with explanations that can be replicated across other similar questions.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Ross / 2020
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Get a good gmat score
  2. 5 out of 5


    While signing up for GMAT Club, I had received a trial access to eGMAT. I instantly liked it, and purchased the whole package. The curriculum and the sessions were not daunting at all, they’re actually very fun to learn with. And the tests after every module provided a real-time check of my learning curve.

    I couldn’t attend all the live sessions, but the recordings came in handy and saved a lot of time.

    By the time I finished the modules, SC and CR became a piece of cake. My accuracy increased to about 85% and I could actually reason with myself if I marked the answer wrong.

    I would also like to mention that both Rajat and Payal’s promptness in answering my questions, or getting back to me whenever I needed them was beyond expectations. Their team would get back to me within 10-12 hours, at times sooner. Not that I needed a lot of help, because the videos were self-explanatory, but they were always there to address any admin-related query.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Ross School of Business
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Start early and get done with GMAT asap.
  3. 4 out of 5


    Egmat helped me get a good GMAT score. I found the videos to be helpful in explaining the concepts in depth. Their internal forum is quite active and has some good discussions to read. The team is responsive in answering any questions regarding the material, or concepts or just administrative stuff.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Ross
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Start preparing for your b-school journey at least 12 months before the application deadlines. Getting the GMAT out of the way gives you time to network with your target schools through student ambassadors or networking events held throughout the year.
  4. 5 out of 5


    e-GMAT is really well structured, the videos are expertly crafted and focused on an out of the box approach to non-native English speakers. The questions and subsequent explanations are very helpful to prepare for the actual test. I took Quant only package, while accessing the free webinars and content. I recommend it, it helped me get 710 on my first test

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: University of Pennsylvania / prospective 2020
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Study the schools, choose well your recommenders and give them time to write the letters. Only apply to schools you actually wanna enroll, study for the GMAT and take many practice tests in similar test-center conditions. Don't repeat your resume in your essays, proofread everything and good luck.
  5. 5 out of 5


    EGMAT was helpful. the quant is harder than the actual gmat which makes the real exam feel like cake walk. I didn’t find the videos as helpful as the questions, and i would stay away from the “super hard” difficulty level as it is way beyond the gmat. for verbal again- i didn’t find the lecture videos particularly helpful but DEFINITELY recommend the practice questions they have. overall egmat was helpful in securing a 750+ score.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Ross- 2019
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: plan in advance- schools don't like last minute gmat scores and applications. focus on first getting a good score and then plan to apply the next year since doing all at once is stressful.
  6. 5 out of 5


    Proper preparation is essential for gmat success and this is a too notch prep program.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: University of michigan ross school of business/2019
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Prepare intensively and go at it hard to land the interview. Once you have the interview prwctice with a colleague until you are dialed in.
  7. 4 out of 5


    i took the egmat verbal course it really helps to learn the concepts. You can save time, I had reviewed several materials of different companies and websites, but those materials were not clear enough. the advantage of this course is that they explain the concepts that are evaluated in the official gmat guide.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: aARHUS BUSINESS SCHOOL
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: you can try this course if you are going to start studying the verbal fundamentals, you will save time as you will understand those fundamentals quicker.
  8. 4 out of 5


    I took the E-gmat course in 2014 when I started preparing for the GMAT. As a non-native , my Achilles heel was the verbal section. After studying myself with the official material I had purchased I gave a few mock GMATs and my verbal score did not increase. I read through a lot of forums and found that E-gmat was a good resource for the non-natives. I enrolled myself for the free course and liked it so much that I bought the whole package. It was really useful for me and I did end up getting V40 on the verbal and 730 on the GMAT eventually.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Jones graduate school of business , Rice university / 2018
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Only use official guide for practice questions. E-gmat is good to learn the concepts but the official guide should be the bible you have to sleep by.
  9. 4 out of 5


    Great gmat prep

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Wharton
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Score high!
  10. 5 out of 5


    It was great. I saw my score improving after finishing my on-demand course in only 2 weeks. The exercises are a little bit different of the real test, but they give you a good improve in your verbal skills, then I suggest to take all Official Guide exercises, and e-gmat have the solutions using their approach to you check later.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Johnson at Cornell University / 2018
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Write the history of your life, identify all turning points and try to project the future after the MBA. Then you can start to tie previous experience and hook to a personal/professional transition, explain why MBA, why now and why in that school. After this you can start your essays, you'll be ready!!
  11. 4 out of 5


    The verbal course package was amazing. Just by watching the videos and picking on the tips for RC and CR, my scores started improving within a month. Specially useful for non-native speakers.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University / 2018
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Start your preparations early so as to be done with GMAT quickly and concentrate on rest of the application process.
  12. 5 out of 5


    The lessons learned helped me increase my English and Math scores by 80 points. The beauty of it is that it is very flexible and has a lot of practice exercises that are different from the GMAT official book.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Georgetown University/2018
  13. 4 out of 5


    The videos provided by egmat are very comprehensive and easy to understand.
    Juggling a full time job and gmat prep was difficult at times, but just watching the videos helped me a lot with my critical reasoning and reading comprehension.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Kelley School of business, Indiana University/2016
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Give your gmat early and try to apply in the earlier rounds for higher probabilities of acceptances and scholarships.
  14. 5 out of 5


    E-GMAT.com started out as the best Verbal prep company. I think they still retain the position in the market. Their content is very easy to interpret for non-native speakers.

    Rajat and his team breakdown verbal concept into a set of rules which are easy to understand and revise. Further, there is ample amount of handholding and testing that would lead you to be successful.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: LBS/2016
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Start early and apply to as many schools as you can.
  15. 4 out of 5


    Very professional and targeted towards the Indian demographic.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Rotman School of Business/2015
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Start early so you know where exactly you stand at.
  16. 4 out of 5


    I took the english improving package and it was of great help. My scores increased consistently and I received 99 percentile in the actual GMAT verbal.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Darden School of Business / 2017
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Start early and get GMAT out of the ways as soon as possible to concentrate on other parts of your application,
  17. 3 out of 5


    The course was good at familiarizing with the topics that are being tested on in the Gmat. it didnot help me in improving my score beyond a point

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Robert h. Smith school of business/2016

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