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Please suggest best preparation help for Graduate Management Aptitude Test. Please be ethical.

Originally posted by vpnaukri on 10 Nov 2017, 03:24.
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vpnaukri wrote:
Which is Best Coaching for GMAT in India? Is it Byjus, Jamboree, Manya Princeton, Pythagurus, CrackVerbal, Meritnation or EduShastra?

It's unlikely any individual can give you feedback about all the courses. One test taker will probably go for at most 2 to 3 courses.

You can look at the following discussions to get some idea

https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-coachin ... 26785.html
https://gmatclub.com/forum/crackverbal- ... 51691.html
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Hi vpnaukri,

When it comes to studying for the GMAT, there are a variety of different options (far more than just the coaching institutes that you are asking about). Most GMAT Companies offer some type of free materials (practice problems, Trial Accounts, videos, etc.) that you can use to 'test out' a product before you buy it. We have a variety of those resources at our website (www.empowergmat.com). I suggest that you take advantage of all of them then choose the one that best matches your personality, timeline and budget.

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vpnaukri wrote:
Which is Best Coaching for GMAT in India? Is it Byjus, Jamboree, Manya Princeton, Pythagurus, CrackVerbal, Meritnation or EduShastra?


Its difficult to decide the best. I had opted for Crackverbal and it is good.
However, you need not restrict yourself to coaching institutes in India. You can go for online coaching from egmat, veritasprep, magoosh, empowergmat etc. These options are better than the ones you have mentioned in your query in terms of faculty and content. Find the reviews here:

https://gmatclub.com/reviews/gmat_courses?fl=menu

Morever, there are tons of free resources on gmatclub. You can even use the gmatclub rewards system to gain access to gmatclub tests.
There is a free series "Thursdays with Ron" (https://gmatclub.com/forum/mgmat-study- ... 09197.html) which is one of the best resources for verbal. In case the link doesn't work you can always Google it or search it top right search box of GMATClub.

Also, you can yourself find out the good resources on GMATClub by checking out the forum (https://gmatclub.com/forum/verbal-11/?fl=menu) and sorting the posts as per kudos, replies, etc.
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Dear vpnaukri,
I joined Princeton ( Manya) and then egmat and my personal experience is that online courses are much better than manya type classroom courses. There is less time waste, more flexibility, better teaching. Manya is no where comparable to egmat. It is cheaper also and gives you more than value for your money. Best to go to GMAT club to compare online courses

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Which is Best Coaching for GMAT in India? Is it Byjus, Jamboree, Manya Princeton, Pythagurus, CrackVerbal, Meritnation or EduShastra?


I would personally ouch for E-GMAT and CrackVerbal. In addition if you add Math Revolution then that’s the best combination. GMAT Club tests are brilliant and should not be missed.


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Which is Best Coaching for GMAT in India? Is it Byjus, Jamboree, Manya Princeton, Pythagurus, CrackVerbal, Meritnation or EduShastra?


Hello vpnaukri

Don't ever join Edushastra. I and my whole batch was frustrated with Edushastra. It is complete waste of money and time. They are highly unprofessional.
i will share detailed review of the institute soon.

Can't comment on other institutes. But i would suggest you to go over forum and look for reviews for different coaching institutes (if you are planning to enroll in one instead of self study)
Also if you can do self study and not looking for classroom courses, there are lot of online courses available. Try to check the reviews on forum

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I agree with vpnaukri above, Edushastra is most unprofessional when it comes to online sessions. First they will act pricey and tell you there are no seats and how they restrict batch sizes. Once you decide on a vacant batch and pay money, they will allot you to a batch which is already in progress and you will not know anything about what has been covered and what is being taught. If you have opted for evening sessions don’t be complacent as sessions will start at any time in the day from morning till afternoon. You are lucky if you actually get an evening class. Sessions start and end abruptly depending on the whims and fancies of the teacher. They don’t even bother even if they are in midst of a concept. Classes are cancelled and rescheduled frequently. When faculty is not available or not in a mood to teach they simply start a quiz which is offline. Once you answer the quiz, you will never get answers and your score. I had joined as I read some good reviews here on GMAT Club and Quora. I am sure those were fake reviews. This is honest review, avoid Edushastra, it’s a waste of time and money.

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Agree with many people who got into the EduShastra trap. It is a complete waste of time and Money. The owner of the company doesn't give damn about how the employees run the firm.

These guys are untrained, unprofessional and are only looking to sustain their firm. I do not see any future. Maybe this company is shut already.

Don't know how much money is the owner going to waste on this enterprise.

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Please suggest best preparation help for Graduate Management Aptitude Test. Please be ethical.
Do you prefer classroom or online? If it's classroom, one of the most important things to look for is how well you and your instructor can work together, and one way to check that is to take a trial session.
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Please suggest best preparation help for Graduate Management Aptitude Test. Please be ethical.


There are plenty of courses and materials. You need to explore which one works best for you. From my personal experience I can say the following:

1. All GMATPREP materials
2. Manhattan Books
3. eGMAT
4. EMPOWERGmat
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