Reading something is one thing but nothing etches learning into people’s minds as audio visual tools. The verbal and visual aspect really drums concepts, material and methods into your brain in a way reading never can. Your instructors are real and that you are heard and the queries that you have are answered and resolved.
The top five portals offering videos for GMAT Verbal are :
- Veritas Prep : http://www.veritasprep.com/gmat/
“Our students tell us they love how it enables them to stay engaged throughout class and how we make it so easy to take what you learn in class and apply it directly to GMAT problems that are just like what you will see on the exam. ”, says Veritas Prep that gives free videos on verbal and other GMAT sections.
- GMATPrepnow: https://www.gmatprepnow.com/
The GMAT Prep Now program was created by Brent Hanneson who is a veteran educationist and believes in hands on teaching experience. He has the most comprehensive and exhaustive list of items he covers on video and makes it available for students to access for free. It has multiple options and can be tailored.
This is one of the most highly rated and recommended channels that help students get practise videos for verbal. E-GMAT believes that hearing aids people in verbal and gives them that special edge that can’t come from practising alone. A candidate can feel rudderless if practising alone but this way, audio visually, is a better way to deal with verbal.
- Prep Adviser : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i06aAcffI_8
This Youtube channel advices, coaches and prepares you for your GMAT in great detail and covers all bases including verbal. While there is no special attention on verbal, it does give it enough importance to make it to our list of top five.
The videos are collated, curated and arranged for convenient viewing and reviewing if you need so. The person running the channel is fairly responsive when it comes to answering queries and taking up questions.
- Manhattan Prep : https://www.manhattanprep.com/gmat/thursdays-with-ron/
“Every other Thursday, join Ron Purewal for an hour and a half study session. Submit your questions online beforehand and Ron will handpick ones to teach during the session.” says Manhattan Prep.
There videos include every aspect of GMAT training including verbal and Ron does a brilliant job explaining concepts to students in comprehensive back and firth way.