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I needed guidance on good consultants - preferably from people who have used their services.

I need a fair perspective to decide. Pros and cons of using their services vs not using the services at all, if there are ample sources to guide us through the process.

Thanks a ton everyone!
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I needed guidance on good consultants - preferably from people who have used their services.

I need a fair perspective to decide. Pros and cons of using their services vs not using the services at all, if there are ample sources to guide us through the process.

Thanks a ton everyone!


Hi SPC11,

You can find reviews of August Academy and myEssayReview in GMATClub's reviews section. There are other Indian consultants as well - Experts Global, MBA Decoder, MBA Crystal Ball, Gyanone, ApplyMBA, etc. You can read below discussions to see reviews of these companies.. https://gmatclub.com/forum/reviews-need ... 01897.html
https://gmatclub.com/forum/best-admissi ... 96728.html

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Thanks a ton Narenn for the prompt response.

I will go through these links.
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I want to mention my great experience during the MBA admissions journey with GyanOne MBA Admissions consultants. I have made it to Oxford Said and Cambridge Judge and have interview invites from INSEAD and LBS.

Yes, for all applications I had worked with them extensively, done by them. One of my colleagues referred them to me and I think has been the best decision I took for my MBA journey. They are no doubt the top consultants to work for in India. The things I liked best while working with them is how thorough they are with their research and work. Rishabh (who I worked with) was always available to jump into Skype calls to discuss any question and would be able to answer any doubts throughout the process. It was an absolute pleasure working with him and the GyanOne team!

Would suggest and recommend them whole heartedly.
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My vote would go to Gyanone.

After evaluating a number of top consultants, I decided to work with Rishabh from Gyanone. My decision was inspired by the knowledge he demonstrated of my target schools and how he quickly helped identify some key strengths of my profile in our very first meeting. It also helped that unlike a few other very good consultants, Gyanone's pricing was not exorbitant, despite an impressive track record. Neither did Gyanone come across as pushy, in trying to get me to enroll with them (which was the case with another top consultant I was evaluating).

Rishabh makes great efforts to understand your profile and consequently helps bring out the aspects that make your candidature unique. I was very close to the application deadlines when I completed my GMAT, Rishabh helped me with school selection, carefully considering my profile and my post MBA goals, and put together a well laid out plan to meet each of my deadlines. While Rishabh is thoroughly professional, he has often gone beyond his call of duty to offer me valuable advice and suggestions on multiple fronts.
The best part about working with Rishabh was that he was always willing to accommodate your needs and requests, be it scheduling a late hour phone call or helping with some last minute tips for an application that I wasn't working with him in the first place.

His deep insights into each of the program allows him to map the candidate’s profile and strengths to what the school is looking for. It allows the candidate to formulate his best strategy for each application. What I learned from his inputs helped me in my other applications that I had worked on my own.

In the interview prep stage, Rishabh made a careful selection of questions to prepare me through mocks and provided detailed feedback. Thanks to this, I was prepared and confident, and most of my interviews went quite well. In the end, I secured multiple US Top 15 and Top 20 admits, all with sizeable scholarships.

I owe a huge part of my success to the guidance and mentoring I received from GyanOne. They're certainly a bang for the buck and Rishabh is definitely a great person to work with. I recommend Gyanone wholeheartedly.
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I’m a UT Dallas admit for Fall 2019 for the masters in the management science program. I chose to work with GyanOne after a friend referred them. I worked with the team on two of my applications and throughout the entire process, their team has been super supportive and helpful. The process starts with your profile evaluation. I found out interesting aspects of my profile as I worked with them. The feedback that they give was super useful in selecting the right school for my profile. I can definitely vouch that they are ranked #1 consultants in India, considering the success, pricing and the support that they offer.

I would definitely recommend them to anyone who’s going through the process and looking for help and guidance.
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spc11 wrote:
I needed guidance on good consultants - preferably from people who have used their services.

I need a fair perspective to decide. Pros and cons of using their services vs not using the services at all, if there are ample sources to guide us through the process.

Thanks a ton everyone!


My story: Top European admit for MBA
I made my decision to work with GyanOne because I sensed a feeling of confidence right from the first call with Swati. She was very transparent about the process and quality of work. I realized coming from one of the most competitive pools (India) with a dream of International MBA would be a challenge that should be addressed the right way. At first, I felt the services were a little more expensive than the other consultants in the area, but it took me just a moment to decide ‘not to compromise with the dream career’. I started working with Rishabh, who can transform your application into a masterpiece, and the experience was brilliant. If you go by my word, every penny spent is worth the investment and I can vouch that they are the ranked 1 consultants in India, considering the success and pricing that they have. Rishabh was always available for calls and provided very honest feedback and perspective on my performance throughout the process. I strongly recommend all MBA aspirants to work with Gyanone.
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I would say Gyan One Consultants. Let me share my story here.I had a GMAT score of 690 and applied to 2 schools (Rotman and McGill univerity) by writing all the essays myself. My application was rejected inspite of the fact that my GMAT score was significantly above the average GMAT score of these schools and my work profile was impressive (I have worked as a technical consultant in close to 12 countries over a period of 6 years).
Then one of my seniors asked me to get in touch with Gyan One Consultants and I was wise enough to follow his advice after getting 2 rejections. Rishabh Sir and Swati Ma'am are the two people whom I got in touch with.
Rishabh sir was the one who was finally assigned to work with me. I took his help for my Sauder and Schulich application. The way he worked on my profile was impressive. One may have a good GMAT score and a good work profile but may end up getting rejected from schools because one may not be able to highlight his/her strength in the essays. Plus every school looks for some niche qualities in a candidate which an applicant might not be aware of since this can only be learnt by studying the profiles of candidates who have been selected.
This is where the experience of Gyan One consultants especially the expertise of Rishabh sir came into picture. He was able to highlight some of the strengths in my profile which even I was not aware of and molded the essays in a way which matched with the profile the school was looking for. He worked on my resume too. As a result I got an admit from both Schulich and Sauder. This was a dream turnaround (from 2 back to back rejections to 2 admits in a row and I would give all the credit to Rishabh sir.
Besides all the help which Rishabh sir provided me, he also provided a lot of emotional boost up which was needed at the time I felt dejected. I can vouch for this professional integrity and commitment to deadlines

Originally posted by abhishek373 on 08 Apr 2019, 00:41.
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I wrote my experience here. Hope this helps.

https://gmatclub.com/forum/mba-decoder- ... l#p2256267

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New post 10 Jun 2019, 23:11
spc11 wrote:
I needed guidance on good consultants - preferably from people who have used their services.

I need a fair perspective to decide. Pros and cons of using their services vs not using the services at all, if there are ample sources to guide us through the process.

Thanks a ton everyone!


Well I didn't take guidance from mba consultants myself but a good friend of mine did. She's shared her experiences in the Quora answer here.

I hope that answers your doubts.
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