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.
: 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.
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