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Review of the best GMAT coaching centres in Bangalore

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Hi,

I have work experience of 3 years and I'm planning to take the GMAT exam this September. This will be my first attempt. I need to join a good coaching centre in Bangalore, and need reviews/suggestions on the same. Please suggest institutes that are equally good for both, quant and verbal. (I feel I will be stronger in verbal than quant.) I'm looking for weekend classes. My target score is 750+.

After researching a bit, I've found most GMAT aspirants in Bangalore prefer EducationAisle or CrackVerbal. But I'm still confused.

Can anyone provide a comparison between the following institutes?
1. Manhattan Review
2. T.I.M.E
3. Jamboree
4. EducationAisle
5. CrackVerbal
6. Byju's

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I enrolled for Byju’s GMAT program for INR 25,000 . My overall experience was very bad. Please read this, before you go for Byju’s for GMAT. Find below the details:

You will be provided with pre-recorded videos in tablet or SD card. The delivery was quick. They delivered the product to you in 7 working days as promised. Along with the pre-recorded videos, you will be asked to attend online webinar. Ideally we have to attend the webinar after we have learned the basics of that particular topic from the tablet.

The theory given in the tablet is good. But lot of practice questions given in the tablet are incorrect. The questions are very difficult and solution does not make any sense. At the end, it is very difficult to consume the entire material.

Lets come to worst part. The online webinars. I found that the faculty are teaching wrong concepts of Sentence correction in online webinar. I was shocked. I complained to Byju’s and they assured that faculty will be changed but in my next webinar, i found the same faculty. Also, she was a very bad speaker. Let me give you an example:

Imagine a SC question with 5 choices and C be the correct answer. Her response was

Read option A

“So here A is clearly wrong, Ok.”

Read option B

“B is clearly wrong Ok”

“Similarly D and E are wrong, So c is the answer”

I have mail chains of me complaining repeatedly to Byju’s about the tablet questions to be incorrect, online bad faculty. But it was of no use. They never gave me a proper reply and nothing was done about it. Also, when i asked i can come down to the center for doubt clarification, they simply said no to the same.

One more thing with Byjus, they never keep a log. If you are complaining about something, the next time you call, you have to explain everything again as if you are telling them the first time.

Just for credibility to this post. I was actual byju’s student.

Order number: 100066343
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I enrolled for Byju’s GMAT program for INR 25,000 . My overall experience was very bad. Please read this, before you go for Byju’s for GMAT. Find below the details:

You will be provided with pre-recorded videos in tablet or SD card. The delivery was quick. They delivered the product to you in 7 working days as promised. Along with the pre-recorded videos, you will be asked to attend online webinar. Ideally we have to attend the webinar after we have learned the basics of that particular topic from the tablet.

The theory given in the tablet is good. But lot of practice questions given in the tablet are incorrect. The questions are very difficult and solution does not make any sense. At the end, it is very difficult to consume the entire material.

Lets come to worst part. The online webinars. I found that the faculty are teaching wrong concepts of Sentence correction in online webinar. I was shocked. I complained to Byju’s and they assured that faculty will be changed but in my next webinar, i found the same faculty. Also, she was a very bad speaker. Let me give you an example:

Imagine a SC question with 5 choices and C be the correct answer. Her response was

Read option A

“So here A is clearly wrong, Ok.”

Read option B

“B is clearly wrong Ok”

“Similarly D and E are wrong, So c is the answer”

I have mail chains of me complaining repeatedly to Byju’s about the tablet questions to be incorrect, online bad faculty. But it was of no use. They never gave me a proper reply and nothing was done about it. Also, when i asked i can come down to the center for doubt clarification, they simply said no to the same.

One more thing with Byjus, they never keep a log. If you are complaining about something, the next time you call, you have to explain everything again as if you are telling them the first time.

Just for credibility to this post. I was actual byju’s student.

Order number: 100066343


Thanks! I attended the Byju's demo session on RC today, and it did not seem very helpful to me either. The instructor was someone else, but I wasn't convinced that the techniques he used to solve the questions can be used blindly for all RC problems. They claim to use mathematical formula for solving RC. Not sure, how helpful that is though. They seemed very generalized in their approach, rather than catering to the weak areas of each student. Well, that's out of my options now! So I need to zero in on one of the remaining options. I'm still confused between Manhattan Review, CrackVerbal and EducationAisle.
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Just stumbled across this post and thought I'd take the opportunity to suggest CrackVerbal.

What sets us apart:

1. Faculty - all our faculty have actually taken the GMAT and speak from experience, not just theory. Most of them are alumni of various top B-schools and work elsewhere - they teach out of pure passion for mentoring MBA aspirants. So when you sit through their classes, you get to learn much more than the essentials of the GMAT. https://gmat.crackverbal.com/why-choose ... t-faculty/

2. Teaching pedagogy : Our classroom and online courses are designed to help non native speakers. We would never use 'too wordy' or 'awkward sounding as a mode of elimination but teach you to eliminate the wrong answer choices for the right reasons. Students looking at personalized attention can also opt for Personal tutoring sessions where you get a 99th percentile GMAT instructor to help you achieve your target GMAT score. It’s a great way to supplement your existing studies or make it your all-in way to prep for test day. https://gmat.crackverbal.com/personal-tutorial-new/

3. Support - our association with you does not end with your classes. We will continue to support you until you get your target score: through customized study plans, calls & emails, an exclusive student-only discussion forum on which every query of yours will be answered by us, periodic refresher sessions & advanced strategy classes and more. In one line, we are just a phone call away! :)

4. Student Success - We have so far helped 2000+ GMAT takers, many of whom have improved from sub-400 to ~700 and made it to their target B-schools. Some success stories and detailed student reviews here: http://www.crackverbal.com/forum/displa ... ebriefs/21

And some tips & strategies from successful students here: https://gmat.crackverbal.com/blog-conte ... s-stories/

We have classroom sessions in Bangalore and Chennai, and live online courses for those in other cities. You can attend one of our classes to see how they can help you,
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Which one did you end up joining, Aru?
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Hi aru2612
Did u join any of the institutes.
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Hi guys. Just started with my GMAT preparation and I'm very much confused where to join the classes. As I'm very weak in math but reasonably good in verbal. I need to focus more on math. So I'm looking for some coaching classes which concentrate more on math. I'm based out of Bangalore, India and it would be great if anyone could suggest me the coaching for GMAT in B'lore. Looking forward for your answers.

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Hi,
I am sure a lot of such questions have been asked and responded to as well. But would like for some answers again. I am Looking for a good classroom training in bangalore with admission assistance and profile building.

Narrowed it down to education aisle, crack verbal, edushastra. Open for comments and feedback particularly on these institutes. Personal experiences will be greatly helpful.

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I am also looking for classes, to seriously start my GMAT preparation.

Which is the good centers in Bangalore?
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PavaniRaghunath wrote:
I am also looking for classes, to seriously start my GMAT preparation.

Which is the good centers in Bangalore?

Hi Pavani, would suggest trying out Education Aisle. I finished my course there and they are definitely good.

Best would be to attend trial class and see if it fits your purpose.
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I am looking to join weekend classes near Marathalli/Koramangala, Bangalore. Any genuine reviews for the following centres?
1. Manhattan Review
2. T.I.M.E
3. Jamboree
4. EducationAisle
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At CrackVerbal, the GMAT courses are designed to help the busy working professionals stay motivated to study for the GMAT and to simplify the complex GMAT concepts through detailed discussions with experienced faculty and fellow GMAT aspirants

Our classroom course will provide you with a structured approach to prepare for the GMAT. You will also be taught by experts who are widely regarded as some of the best GMAT instructors in the country.

Most of the instructors are alumns from top B-schools like ISB and teach purely because of their passion to mentor MBA aspirants.

You can check out the profiles of our GMAT instructors here: http://bit.ly/2HRz7KP

In Bangalore, we have GMAT coaching centers in Koramangala, Malleshwaram, and Marathahalli.

The comprehensive GMAT course takes a minimum of 36 Classroom hours to finish the verbal coaching and 35 Classroom hours to finish the Quant coaching.

You can finish the comprehensive GMAT Classroom course either in 6 weeks or 12 weeks based on your preference.

You could come and attend a live GMAT class at a CrackVerbal center near you!

You can call us at +91 8880560000 to book your free slot for a live class or check out http://bit.ly/2HDFykl to know more about our GMAT classroom course.

You will also receive unparalleled support from our team until you get your target GMAT score.

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I had a terrible experience with the Verbal trainer at CrackVerbal Marathahalli. Would not recommend anyone (especially women) to go there.
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I had a terrible experience with the Verbal trainer at CrackVerbal Marathahalli. Would not recommend anyone (especially women) to go there.


Welcome to GMAT Club! Sorry to hear about your experience. This is an interesting first post for someone joining the site. :-)

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