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Hi Guys,

my name is Neharika and im currently working in in Delhi. I plan on giving the GMAT this year in July for which i need to start preparing. im looking at starting at a coaching centre but i dont know which one is the best or worth my money. I need a few suggestions and a little direction.
Im looking at signing in at Jamboree but is jamboree any good and if not what are some other good options in delhi.

All the help that i can get will be appreciated. Please do let me know, need to start as soon as i can.

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With whatever knowledge i have from my acquaintances, I believe that NO in person coaching center in NCR region has a good track record for improvement in verbal.
BTW, Why are you restricting yourself to coaching centers only, There are so many international test prep companies who give online coaching. Why don't you check out the reviews in the review section, check out this link http://gmatclub.com/reviews/?fl=menu
Also, take a practice test to know whether you actually need coaching, may be you're already near the desired score that you want, ...So taking a practice test is highly recommended but before that know the test, know what all is tested, see few practice questions and take a test.
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If you have not tried self-coaching yet, I would suggest that you do before turning to a coaching class... You have made the right first step by joining gmatclub.. You will find almost all resources necessary over here to get you ready for the GMAT... And about jamboree, although I myself have not attended their classes, a few of my friends did and it really does seem like a waste of time and money.. My suggestion would be to avoid them..
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If you have not tried self-coaching yet, I would suggest that you do before turning to a coaching class... You have made the right first step by joining gmatclub.. You will find almost all resources necessary over here to get you ready for the GMAT... And about jamboree, although I myself have not attended their classes, a few of my friends did and it really does seem like a waste of time and money.. My suggestion would be to avoid them..


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Please suggest some nice coaching center in Delhi. I am aiming 700+ score and want to apply in 2014 round1/2.
Personal tutors will also do.
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Manya Abroad - The Princeton Review has 6 centers in Delhi-NCR region and we would suggest that you visit your nearest center and take the demo classes, meet our faculties and counselors and then take a well informed decision based on your evaluation. Let me know in case you have any query regarding our GMAT preparation courses or the teaching methodology.

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White glow consulting is the best GMAT Prep Coaching in Delhi.This is first GMAT coaching center in Delhi which provide Veritas Prep study materiel and practice test and improve you GMAT Score:
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Top one percent is Best GMAT Coaching in Delhi if you want to 760+ score in GMAT the join top one percent other wise leave this institute.



:beat another fradulent coaching publicity ......... do u even knw the fact that only some 200 to 300 all over the WORLD!! get 760 ...... nd 10 to 20 get 770 . THe amount of hubris in this post is laughable .... "please dnt join if ur targeting below 760" ....... if people had it in their control they would always want 800 :lol:

Check out this link about a guy who joined their classes ! ...... need-advice-gmat-coaching-centres-in-bangalore-india-127884-20.html

one must be sooper naive and hav an IQ of a 8yr old to fall fr this marketing gimmick !! creating a an animated gif proves nothing ... pluss its very hard to verify the authenticity of all this facade !... if dont believe me check sandeep guptas old post on beatthegmat (if he has already nt removed them )guy has claimed 800 ........ atleast crack verbal took criticism positively and gave proper reasons ..... first step towards improvment is accepting ur faults ...... this guys full of himslf ....he Claims only come to us if u want 760 !! ignorance about gmat exam and the candidates who get 760 is laughable . .... hope u dnt reply and embaress urself more .
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Disclaimer: I am a member of EduShastra Alumni Club. We are a group of former students and teachers who studied or worked with this organization.

Why to join EduShastra?

Hybrid Customized Interactive teaching model: Blend of Online home classes, Classroom-coaching, Home group classes & 1-on-1 tutoring.

Money-Back Promise: It’s a unique feature and it shows their confidence in their product. Fees is refunded if the student doesn’t get promised score.

Individualised Learning v/s Herd Teaching
: They specialize a method of teaching in which content, instructional technology, and pace of learning are based upon the abilities and interest of each learner. They try to recognize the uniqueness of each student learner and thus provide for adequate tutorial guidance.

Batch Size
: Their course structure has four phases. In three phases (Mapping, Testing & Control Phase), the teaching is individualized and in foundation phase, the batch size is of 5, 7 or 9 students.

Batch Selection Methodology: They follow scientific selection and batch-making process. Batches are made on the basis of their internal "Parameter Mapping". Same mapped students are grouped into same batch. In this way they create homogenous groups in terms of Intellect, Intelligence (IQ), Aptitude, Attitude and Commitment.
Every Batch is provided with unique and customized solution. The solutions are not only different in its content but also in course structure, syllabus, approach, class schedule and program pace.

Elite Batches: They offer Two Elite batches: "700+ Batch" & "750+ Batch". New Students cannot opt for these batches; the admission is through "Invitations" only.

Course Structure: All Courses are divided into three phases:
Introductory Phase: In this phase, Instructors tries to analyze every student in the batch on the basis of their interaction with them. In this phase, every student is given a presumptive mapping score and batches are shuffled to create groups of same mapped individuals.
Foundation Phase: In this phase subject materials are covered. All the four GMAT namely AWA, IR, Quantitative & Verbal is covered. This phase is usually 40% of the whole course.
Testing Phase: This phase involves Computer Adaptive Tests, Computer Based Tests and Paper Based Tests.
Control Phase: The last phase “Control Phase” involves working on each and every student “Weak Areas”. This phase changes according to student performance in the CATs.

What is the maximum number of Computer Adaptive Tests offered?

No Limit. They don’t assign a numerical value to tests offered. The objective of Testing Phase is to improve student ability. Tests for any student will not stop till desired results are achieved. Many of the students ends up giving more than 20-30 CATs to reach their optimum performance.

For other unique course features, Pls refer EduShastra site
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Experience with Pythgurus MBA admission consulting:

Did 5 schools with Pythgurus for fall 2017 admission with GMAT Score: 690 (Q50, V33, AWA:5.5).
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Hi Anshul,

I, Jatin( Founder PythaGURUS), am writing to respond to your critique and am asking for your help as I want to make our process better. It is easy for an applicant to report a problem and tell the world that “They did not receive a single interview Invite even after paying 2 lacs etc. “ or call up a consultant and get him to refund the fees.

I am writing as we need your help in making our process better and I need your help.
I am choosing to respond after exchanging several emails with you- and I did not intend to take this public- but considering the fact that you are sharing your side of the story everywhere, I decided to write on this forum and ask for your advice.


I am willing to furnish necessary details to show HOW WE TOOK AN ACTIVE STAND for you( and you have supporting emails for all the facts shared below) and ask for your advice and understand how to make things better in such situations in the future.


1. Despite Repeated follow ups from our side( I had to motivate you, scare you of results, warn you – and do whatever it took to get you to send your inputs) You were 26 days away from the submissions- and you made me run after you for 20 days for your letter of recommendations. And your process of admissions consulting did not start 26 days before the deadline submissions. We started roughly two months before the deadlines and the initial effort went in building goals stories + making you network with the B-school community. Roughly a month before the deadline submissions, we got you started on “Recommendation best practices” and asked you to collaborate with your recommender, and get him to share his draft. After weeks, you sent blank recommendation questions, and asked me to generate the recommendations from scratch. I refused to write your recommendations from scratch as that was a mal-practice. Moreover, I had not worked with you for 5-6 years and was under no capacity to critique on your professional capabilities. Whenever you hire a top school consultant Anshul, you are not outsourcing the process. It was not our job to RUN AFTER YOU or tell you that I am NOT GOD! I need time to work on your stories Anshul- and for that- I need YOUR INPUTS.


2. Why was I following up or sending “WARNING EMAILS” to you till a week before the deadline Anshul? I had not even seen the first draft- and I was running after you, as I did not know how well written will the first draft of your recommendations be. As I had anticipated, the next version I got from you had ONE LINERS for every recommendation question- and this was 3 weeks after we had gotten you started on recommendations. Your first draft was blank- and your next draft had one liner responses. If an applicant sends a below average input just before the deadline, a consultant has very limited time to critique.

3. Essays: You should also know that you were informed repeatedly that you are READILY ACCEPTING ALL THE ESSAYS THAT I AM SENDING OVER TO YOU. I sent you repeated emails telling you that you are making this a one way communication. You were told that a story evolves only when a DOCUMENT goes back and forth between the applicant and a consultant. We do not put limits to the number of drafts Anshul and you knew that. Now, I need your help to understand “How can I refine this process further so that I am able to create great success for applicants who are reluctant to participate in this process?” For every school I did with you, I proactively sent out emails to you raising a concern that communication with you is ONE WAY and you are not actively critiquing or editing any of the essays that I am sharing. You were readily accepting all the drafts. Well, if you look at it, a one-sided communication was easy for me- and I could have ignored you. However, I proactively started asking you to “NOT ACCEPT ANY ESSAY READILY – and LET THE STORIES EVOLVE WITH TIME- Let the energy flow between you and me. However, you never responded to any of those emails( NEVER). Our goal was to bring the best out of your life on that document. Unfortunately, that cannot happen without your involvement. I am sure that the admissions process was draining for you. However, in our case, in addition to working on your stories, I was exhausted running after you. Check your emails.

4. ISB Deadline: ISB Would not have been difficult for you. You could have sent the inputs for ISB ahead of time, but I followed up with you on the 8th asking you “WHAT DO YOU PLAN TO DO FOR ESSAY 1 Anshul?”- and till that date- I had not received any inputs from you. Despite that delay from your side, you also told us that you will be doing the submissions on the 13th as you wanted to attend your marriage anniversary. Looking at the feedback that was given to you a day before( check your ISB essay 1, and 2 both Anshul), I was under the impression that you understood that your essay needed rework but we did not have enough time to send it again for rework as you wanted to do the submission on 13th, and not on the deadline day and you had made that very clear. This left us with only 5 days for ISB- and I hope it is acceptable to give a professional 1- 2 days to work on your stories. Out of these 5 days- essay one was with you for three days. Moreover, you had sent your ISB recommendation just a day before 13th- and then you did the submission on the 13th.



You can blame us for whatever happened, but we are still trying to understand “How can we make it better for future applicants?”

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Hi neharika,

I am also from delhi and I don't find good coaching institutes in delhi.
If you go for jamboree , It will charge you more than 35000 Rs.
for a non native E-Gmat is the best online coaching . You can read so many reviews for e-gmat. here I am not promoting e-gmat .

I also joined e-gmat and find it useful.
If you want to joi private coachin , I heard chiranjiv singh , ex e-gmat tutor, is giving coaching in delhi.
search on google gmatwithcj.com.

I would suggest , that first you should plan yourself, give a gmat mock test and see where you stand.

if you require I can suggest you best material for each area of gmat and can suggest a plan how to go ahead.

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Disclaimer: I am a member of EduShastra Alumni Club. We are a group of former students and teachers who studied or worked with this organization.

Why to join EduShastra?

Hybrid Customized Interactive teaching model: Blend of Online home classes, Classroom-coaching, Home group classes & 1-on-1 tutoring.

Money-Back Promise: It’s a unique feature and it shows their confidence in their product. Fees is refunded if the student doesn’t get promised score.

Individualised Learning v/s Herd Teaching
: They specialize a method of teaching in which content, instructional technology, and pace of learning are based upon the abilities and interest of each learner. They try to recognize the uniqueness of each student learner and thus provide for adequate tutorial guidance.

Batch Size
: Their course structure has four phases. In three phases (Mapping, Testing & Control Phase), the teaching is individualized and in foundation phase, the batch size is of 5, 7 or 9 students.

Batch Selection Methodology: They follow scientific selection and batch-making process. Batches are made on the basis of their internal "Parameter Mapping". Same mapped students are grouped into same batch. In this way they create homogenous groups in terms of Intellect, Intelligence (IQ), Aptitude, Attitude and Commitment.
Every Batch is provided with unique and customized solution. The solutions are not only different in its content but also in course structure, syllabus, approach, class schedule and program pace.

Elite Batches: They offer Two Elite batches: "700+ Batch" & "750+ Batch". New Students cannot opt for these batches; the admission is through "Invitations" only.

Course Structure: All Courses are divided into three phases:
Introductory Phase: In this phase, Instructors tries to analyze every student in the batch on the basis of their interaction with them. In this phase, every student is given a presumptive mapping score and batches are shuffled to create groups of same mapped individuals.
Foundation Phase: In this phase subject materials are covered. All the four GMAT namely AWA, IR, Quantitative & Verbal is covered. This phase is usually 40% of the whole course.
Testing Phase: This phase involves Computer Adaptive Tests, Computer Based Tests and Paper Based Tests.
Control Phase: The last phase “Control Phase” involves working on each and every student “Weak Areas”. This phase changes according to student performance in the CATs.

What is the maximum number of Computer Adaptive Tests offered?

No Limit. They don’t assign a numerical value to tests offered. The objective of Testing Phase is to improve student ability. Tests for any student will not stop till desired results are achieved. Many of the students ends up giving more than 20-30 CATs to reach their optimum performance.

For other unique course features, Pls refer EduShastra site



This is all junk, i took the classroom coarse and felt like I wasted my time and money. Guys please do not go for edushastra
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Coaching Institute does help but do not believe all things written in these discussion forums. Usually avoid any total positive or negative posts. These are marketing persons. If it’s totally positive then its marketing guys and if it’s totally negative then it the competitors.
Here are five strategies that will help you on test day,

Problem Solving

Always look at the answer choices before you start to solve a problem. Use the answer choices to your advantage! Even if they’re not written as such, the answer choices themselves are clues that can help steer you toward the correct answer. At a minimum, the answer choices can tell you what type of answer the question is looking for, which can save you valuable time.

Data Sufficiency
Spot the con. The GMAT often obscures information or hides information in the question stem or individual statements to trick you. If you can spot the trick, then you’re already at least halfway to solving the problem. Even if you arrive at the answer choice right away—really, especially if you get the answer right away—go back over the question and the answer choices, and look for the trick.
Your playbook is pretty clear in this case. If you think the answer is A or B, then double check to see if the other statement can be sufficient as well, in which case the correct answer is D. If one statement is clearly insufficient alone and you think the answer is A or B, then check to make sure you don’t need the clearly insufficient statement to be true, thereby making the answer C. If you think the answer is E, then check to see if you missed something that actually allows you to solve the problem with C, and so on.

Reading Comprehension

Use the “STOP” reading methodology. Spend more time upfront to get to know the passage’s Structure, Tone, Organization and main Point. This is where “time spent per question” statistics can be misleading, since you should spend much more time on a passage’s first RC question than on the rest.
Instead of spending two minutes on each of four RC questions for a total of eight minutes or so per passage, you should instead spend four minutes first carefully looking for the STOP elements in the passage and answering the first question, and then about 30 seconds to one minute on each of the subsequent questions. You will find that this is time much better spent overall.
Critical Reasoning

Focus on the specifics of the argument and ignore any answer choices that don’t directly address the linear logic of the argument. On CR questions, a lot of tempting wrong answers are true statements, but they don’t directly address the specific path of logic that the argument uses. Often times, an answer choice that more appropriately fits the argument’s reasoning will turn out to be the correct one, even if it might seem slightly off-topic at first glance.
Sentence Correction

Approach every sentences with the goal of creating logical meaning instead of “relying on your ear” or hunting for idioms. With SC questions on the GMAT, you really need to train yourself to become pretty robotic and only focus on things such as verb tense, pronoun agreement, modifier agreement, subject-verb agreement, and agreement between equivalent elements. Sometimes, the sentence that you don’t like the best (based purely on how it sounds to you) will be the correct one, and you need to get used to this!

Once you get used to this, you will find that the hardest Sentence Correction problem don’t contain more obscure rules, but instead contain a “bunch of junk” to try to hide where the real subjects and antecedents were. But, once you have the methodology down, these questions are barely any harder than the most basic Sentence Correction question!

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There are a few options in the NCR region. After some research and talking to a few people, I decided to join Experts Global. I had a few reasons to join apart from its good reviews. It is in Noida, near my place.

But the thing is that they forcefully ask/push their students to ask good reviews about them online (under the pretext of some random marketing internship)- the same happened with me. Then, they claim that writing about this so called 'marketing internship' in the application essays is a great brownie point- NO IT'S NOT.
I had written something nice about Experts Global earlier on this page. After realising the truth I removed my post.

I took their consultancy services also, It is extremely mediocre- certainly not for ambitious folks like me.

At the last minute (Aug-Sep) I decided to undo the damage and started working with this another consultant who is Banaglore based and who is AMAZING- I ended up getting admissions into all 9 schools where I had applied and that too with scholarships (40 to 100%)

So, my honest advice, pls do thorough research before joining any place.

All the best! :)
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