• Preview Videos – GMAT Verbal

    A Preview of the GMAT Pill Study Method

    GMAT Preparation for Sentence Correction (Verbal)

    Hey there,

    Zeke here.

    While we started off with the SC Pill (which received great reviews), we’ve since added all the other sections for a full package: the RC Pill, CR Pill, DS Pill and PS Pill. Feel free to take a look.

    In this video, I show you the 2 Part Study Method of the GMAT Pill Study Method-SC.

    1) 10 Core Frameworks (roughly 90 minutes) – Every GMAT sentence correction question falls into one of these 10 frameworks. Master these and you’re half way there.

    2) Test Questions (roughly 275 minutes) – Videos showing thought process for 600 and 700 Level (Medium and Difficult) Questions will be shown. These questions are not exactly the same, but are *very similar* to Official Guide questions. Great for preparation. Go through these and you’ll know how to apply the 10 core frameworks in the context of test questions.

    As you may know from the About Us page, I was hesitant about showing these techniques to people other than my close friends. But my friends got such great results in such a short amount of time that they convinced me otherwise. You can now follow the GMAT Pill Study Method, which is as close to a real private tutor as you can get–for a fraction of the cost. For less than $15/hour you will receive the highest quality instruction for sentence correction you’ll find anywhere!

    Sure, you may be more comfortable with big names like Kaplan and Princeton Review, but when it comes to value for your dollar (bang for your buck), there’s no question the GMAT Pill Study Method wins out. Get in before we become more popular and raise prices as more people learn about our study method.

    We fit everything you need to know for sentence correction in just under 5 hours of videos.  Your time is limited. Quality is more important than quantity.

    Happy Studying,

    Zeke Lee

    Due to popular demand from readers, We’ve added a FREE 4-Step lesson

    Step 1 of 4) First, try to answer this question yourself:

    Inter World Entertainment Corporation, which owns the Live Town and Thursdsay Matinee retail chains, announced that since sales of up to one-third of its stores are poor, they will be closed.

    (A) that since sales of up to one-third of its stores are poor, they will be closed.

    (B) it is closing up to one-third of its stores, which accounted for its poor sales.

    (C) it was closing up to one-third of its stores because of poor sales.

    (D) to be closing, on account of poor sales, up to one-third of its stores.

    (E) having poor sales, such that up to one-third of its stores will be closed.

    Step 2 of 4) Second, Watch this video

    This video walks you through an exam question and shows you how to read the sentence, what keywords to look out for (that vs which), and how to choose the correct answer quickly.

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    Step 3 of 4) Now that you’ve learned the “that vs. which” framework in one context, try applying it to a slightly different context in less than 1 minute:

    Musicians of the 17th century often enjoyed baroque style music that during the time was prominent primarily because of the works of J.S. Bach.
    (A) music that during the time was prominent primarily because of the works of J.S. Bach
    (B) music that was, during the time, prominent primarily because of J. S. Bach’s works
    (C) music, which, because of the works of J. S. Bach, were primarily prominent during the time
    (D) music, that was prominent primarily because of the works of J. S. Bach during the time
    (E) music, which was prominent during the time primarily because of the works of J. S. Bach

    Step 4 of 4) Watch this video and see if your thought process was similar to mine:

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    OK, there’s your free 4-step lesson! That’s only a piece of the 2nd half of the pie!

    Why has the GMAT Pill Study Method been so successful with students?

    This question is best answered by our students who have gone through the process:

    “The mouse pointer is pointing at certain parts of the question and as a student, you can’t help but follow along visually and through voice. But when you hire a tutor, you spend half your time nodding and looking at the eyes of the tutor or even staring at the mole on his left cheek!”

    “So even though regular private tutoring seemed like the best option at first, I quickly realized that the GMAT Pill Study Method was actually more effective and efficient–AND a lot cheaper!”

    –Ryan, Graduate Student, Columbia University

    “I think the most important part for me was knowing that I had access to a GMAT tutor 24/7 to answer my questions. I was quite surprised by the level of detail in the videos and the helpfulness of the diagrams. ”

    “So I ended up emailing Zeke only a few times (I was expecting to email constantly!) and I was glad a few videos were modified as a result of my questions for the benefit of other students.”

    –Jim, Financial Analyst, New York

    “While some prep books I went through were better than others, none of them showed me a “thought process” I could use. I memorized lists of idioms that surprisingly aren’t directly tested as much as I thought.”

    “The GMAT Pill helped me look at questions in a totally different way. I felt like I was taking apart the question, not the other way around.”

    –Cynthia, Paralegal in Los Angeles

    “It seemed too good to be true at first. But the previews made me more comfortable with what to expect.”

    “For someone like me who is skeptical with things online, I would say I actually learned more in the 2-3 days I spent with these videos (few hours each day) than I did in the MONTHS of surfing the web for questions.”

    –Anne-Laure, Consultant in Paris

    Level 600
    (17 videos, ~75 min)

    Level 700
    (18 videos, ~90min)

    How do I know if I qualify for this product?

    You do NOT qualify for the Sentence Correction Pill if:
    1) You learn best with traditional book and pencil, even though you do realize the real exam is in front of a computer.
    2) You are already a writing guru and edit major newspapers for grammar mistakes on a regular basis. Acing the sentence correction is no problem for you.
    3) You actually enjoy learning in the context of fancy grammar terms. Somehow terms like participial phrase, rhetorical construction, or gerund turn you on or give you the perception that you are actually “learning.”
    4) You have all the time in the world to study for the GMAT (you are unemployed or on a summer break)

    If you fit the above profile, then this product is NOT for you.
    You DO qualify for the sentence Correction Pill if:
    1) You want to learn in the environment that best simulates the real exam (in front of a computer)
    2) You are not super confident you will ace sentence correction section.
    3) You want to learn everything you need to learn in plain, simple English with CLEAR diagrams and voice narration.
    4) You are a busy professional with limited time to study. You spend as little time as possible but still have the confidence to do well.

    If you fit this profile, then you should take the Sentence Correction Pill.

    What are customers saying?

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    Table of Contents | See Pricing

    Verbal Questions: Sentence Correction | Critical Reasoning | Reading Comprehension
    Quant Videos: Problem Solving | Data Sufficiency


    25 responses to “Preview Videos – GMAT Verbal”

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    1. Mady

      This is really useful. Thanks for putting it together. Quant is easy for me but I'm struggling with verbal, especially SC…glad you offer something focused just on this section.. when can I get hold of it

    2. Ben Kravarik

      hello, i was referred here by my friend erin who was one of your students a while back..i registered but haven't started studying yet..interested in your product for sc as long as it's <$200…dreading the prospect of studying like a schoolboy all over again..what is the price anywayz

    3. Shawn

      are these videos that we download or do we login somewhere? I like how you say "*very similar" to OG question!..haha

    4. This is a membership site. So first, you sign up for a member login (free) and then you make your payment to access the site

    5. Peter

      Ah yes, finally..a release date..i hear it will be under $100?

    6. sandeep

      nice videos. easy to follow along.

      and a bonus flash card set of videos? nice

      never used a membership site before..can you walk us through?

      if we have questions can we email you?

    7. ladybug8532

      loving the videos..thanks a bunch

    8. Larry

      just bought the videos..they load pretty quick..working really well for me..when will the other sections be ready? would like to take the gmat end of summer or so

    9. Glad this is working out for you…we are working on the other sections at the moment..will let you know when they are ready

    10. Helen

      Great these are awesome…been looking at the videos a little bit each night…i'm pretty confident in sc now..looking forward to your announcement of cr as that is tricky for me

    11. Michael

      When will the GMATPill Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving sections be available

    12. They are available. Just click the "Data Sufficiency" pill up top to look at some preview videos!

    13. Pamela

      I'm hard of hearing and I can't figure out spoken language from a video alone without lip-reading. Will GMAT Pill be closed captioned? It would sure help a lot of folks who could benefit from GMAT Pill fully regardless of their hearing.

    14. Corrine

      Do you have any pill for the Verbal – reading part? Reading is still a big part of the GMAT verbal test. If you do, I will definitely purchase the verbal combo

    15. GMATPill


      Yes, we do have reading comprehension. It is quite popular since there aren't many other good resources on the web for this particular section. Please watch these videos:


    16. GMATPill

      Thanks for your question. We realize international students may have more difficulty listening. We don't currently have each video transcribed into text, but we will certainly consider it in the future.

    17. GMATPill

      All 5 sections are now available! Just log in and you'll have access to all the new material for free as an existing student!

    18. GMATPill

      Glad to be of help!

    19. GMATPill

      Yes, you can send your questions in to zeke@gmatpill.com

      I'll send you additional information on a walkthrough.

    20. GMATPill

      SC is significantly less than $200. In fact, it's less than half at $97! Click the "See Pricing" page for more information and also check out the FAQ page to answer any additional questions you might have.

    21. GMATPill

      Yes, and we also have reading comprehension videos–something you won't find elsewhere done in our style.

    22. aanchal

      I have my GMAT test on the 8th of august. Quant is not a problem but Verbal is! Do you think 2 weeks is cutting it short for Verbal?? currently scoring a dismal 28, want close to a 35….. also, the videos look really good.

    23. GMATPill

      2wks isn't necessarily cutting it short for Verbal. We've seen students improve in that time frame, because it really just involves a quick change in your thinking process. Then getting comfortable applying that new thinking process.
      If you go study almost every day for 2 wks, it should be absolutely no problem. That twist in your thinking should settle in.

    24. kewldude007

      Can I buy only the SC pill or the RC pill or do i need to buy the whole package?

    25. GMATPill

      Yes, you can buy just the SC Pill or just the RC Pill without the discount here:


      Or you can buy just the discounted verbal package here: https://www.gmatpill.com/amember/signup-secure.ph

      Of course, the best deal is the double discount full package here: https://www.gmatpill.com/amember/signup-secure.ph

      Hope that helps!