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Review of "GMATinsight"-GMAT Experience 590--->710 (Wharton Converted)

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I have benefited a lot from this GMATCLUB by silently looking at questions and discussions here. Following the tradition of sharing GMAT story for the next generation, Here is my story.

I am a Economics graduate and I have taken GMAT twice
GMATPREP 1- 640
GMATPREP 2- 660
Real GMAT 1 - Score 590

Manhattan Average Score - 670
Real GMAT 2 - Score 710 (Q-48, V-39) (my final attempt)

Right from the beginning I was very confident of getting a good score in GMAT and to make sure that I get the score that I desire, I joined a prestigious coaching institute (Ja******) in Delhi. While taking classes I felt that taking help from some expert could really make a difference. I was confident of my Verbal section but I always struggled in Quant even to finish the section on time. With my preparation of about 2.5 months when the test was just 15 days away, I started getting too nervous in Quant hence started seeking more focussed and personalized assistance for Quant section and started googling the nearest available Tutors.

While searching I saw the profile of a gentleman and contacted him and liked the way he treated my doubts in a demo session. Here I enrolled for 10 sessions to be taken in 15 days but every next day I realized that my ways of solving questions were too lengthy and with only algebric approach I was going to deal with the Aptitude test which was the primary cause of my taking more time for solving them and lagging behind. On his push I realized that my approached had become too mechanical to solve the questions however since I had only 15 days so I did what I could and ended up with my first GMAT score of 590 (Q-45, V-28).

I was not shocked to see quant but Verbal was surprising for me. It was very difficult me to accept my first dismal score and stand up again to prepare for it. I took a vacation of 1 month and and then started preparing with the same Quant faculty but this time I took Verbal classes as well and enrolled for the entire course with @GMATinsight Tutors Bhoopendra Singh and Sushma Jha http://www.gmatinsight.com .

It was difficult time for me but my hardwork of 2 more months and trust in those people worked for me. I finally scored a 710 which has now got me into Wharton and leaves no complaints behind.

All I can say is that right guidance definitely help and hardwork always pays.

S.G.

Originally posted by SG1492 on 14 May 2015, 09:41.
Last edited by SG1492 on 13 Mar 2016, 04:36, edited 2 times in total.
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SG1492 wrote:
I have benefited a lot from this GMATCLUB by silently looking at questions and discussions here. Following the tradition of sharing GMAT story for the next generation, Here is my story.

I am a Economics graduate and I have taken GMAT twice
GMATPREP 1- 640
GMATPREP 2- 660
Real GMAT 1 - Score 590

Manhattan Average Score - 670
Real GMAT 2 - Score 700 (Q-48, V-39) (my final attempt)

Right from the beginning I was very confident of getting a good score in GMAT and to make sure that I get the score that I desire, I joined a prestigious coaching institute (Ja******) in Delhi. While taking classes I felt that taking help from some expert could really make a difference. I was confident of my Verbal section but I always struggled in Quant even to finish the section on time. With my preparation of about 2.5 months when the test was just 15 days away, I started getting too nervous in Quant hence started seeking more focussed and personalized assistance for Quant section and started googling the nearest available Tutors.

While searching I saw the profile of a gentleman and contacted him and liked the way he treated my doubts in a demo session. Here I enrolled for 10 sessions to be taken in 15 days but every next day I realized that my ways of solving questions were too lengthy and with only algebric approach I was going to deal with the Aptitude test which was the primary cause of my taking more time for solving them and lagging behind. On his push I realized that my approached had become too mechanical to solve the questions however since I had only 15 days so I did what I could and ended up with my first GMAT score of 590 (Q-45, V-28).

I was not shocked to see quant but Verbal was surprising for me. It was very difficult me to accept my first dismal score and stand up again to prepare for it. I took a vacation of 1 month and and then started preparing with the same Quant faculty but this time I took Verbal classes as well and enrolled for the entire course with @GMATinsight Tutors Bhoopendra Singh and Sushma Jha http://www.gmatinsight.com .

It was difficult time for me but my hardwork of 2 more months and trust in those people worked for me. I finally scored a 700 which has now got me into Wharton and leaves no complaints behind.

All I can say is that right guidance definitely help and hardwork always pays.

S.G.


Can you post your LinkedIn Profile to understand better what it takes to get into Wharton?
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She is the worst teacher I ever had in my life. She took around 19k INR from me for verbal and have taught nothing. She just gave me some basic idea, which anyone can get with little bit of google searching. Furthermore, she is not sincere towards her students and wanted to complete the course without giving much knowledge. Once the course will get complete then after that she will not entertain you and will give you excuse that she is busy and can't solve it now.

I suggest don't hire her as a personal tutor if you really want to clear GMAT. She is greedy too!!
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New post 22 Oct 2017, 18:30
Well,

So good of you.
Now, you can think of Wharton or even any other school that grabs your interest.
I am also an admirer of Wharton and have talked with the Director of Admission a couple of times.
My problem with the GMAT is that when I get the Quant straight Verbal goes out the window and vice-versa.
I hope you and I meet each other in Wharton conditioned if I get admission.
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