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Can anyone please advice on whether i shall take the service of byju's?
I am looking for someone to guide me through the admission process?
If not byju's, can someone please let me know any other such firm in bangalore?
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Can anyone please advice on whether i shall take the service of byju's?
I am looking for someone to guide me through the admission process?
If not byju's, can someone please let me know any other such firm in bangalore?
Thanks in advance.



Saurabh, What kind of guidance are you requiring and which place , specifically country. Then only i can guide you give it answer.
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I am also using their services for the current session, hoping for the best. I will post a detailed review once I complete the process with them hopefully by September 2018.

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Hi folks,

I availed Byju’s MBA admission consultancy service recently. My experience with Byju’s has been satisfactory. The entire process with them was quite smooth, the CV editing, essay brain-storming, the essay writing, etc. What I personally loved about Byju’s is that they guide and not spoon-feed. The team provides unlimited support to cater your needs. For me, the entire process became a learning phase. Now, I know how to shortlist colleges (highly underrated point but actually the most important one), how to tackle essays, what to write, how to write, what to highlight, what to modify, how to build an MBA worthy CV and, much more. I worked on 3 B-schools with Byju’s but now I have the confidence of applying to as many as I wish without seeking anyone’s help. The efforts put during the application process, helped me in interviews as well.

Individual experiences can differ. However, in order to get the most out of Byju’s services (for that matter any consultancy service), keep following points in mind:

1. Approach them well in advance and not a week before the application deadline. CV editing, brain storming, essay writing/reviewing/editing takes time, especially for the first college.
2. Understand the consultants are humans and not Aladdin’s Genie. If you take 2 days to write/edit essay(s), they will also require a day or two to properly review it as you are not their only client and they will be simultaneously working with a number of other candidates as well. Have patience and refer to point 1 in order to avoid last minute chaos.
3. Be as open and candid as possible. Ask questions (even if you think they are stupid or silly), clear your doubts and confusions, and don’t hesitate in sharing your weaknesses or low points (in career or personal life). Conversation is the key! Consultants are just like doctors, don’t hide anything from them. They can help you only when they know YOU!
4. It’s a two-way thing. Consultants work in sync with candidate’s activeness and alertness. If you will leave everything on them and become lazy then everything will fall apart. In case you sense a laid back attitude from your consultant, confront it in a mail, on-call or f2f (escalate the issue if required). No service company wants to jeopardize their image. They will pump back with best of the best services.

Hope you find this review and advice helpful :-)
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I worked with Krithika at Byjus and I could not have been happier! I started pretty late for the round 2 and had no idea where to start.
Working with Krithika has been an incredible personal experience that is very hard to find. She was very approachable and helps you to bring out your stories in a very effective way. The good thing about Byju is that you feel like you are working with an individual and not a company.

After multiple iterations and corrections, I got my perfect essays and multiple interview invites :-)
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I worked with Krithika and team at Byjus and their services were great! The fact that you are working with an company and not an individual cannot be emphasized enough.

With Byjus, you get a great balance of no BS, direct and brutal feedback while at the same time you have encouraging support throughout the entire process. Krithika brainstormed everything with me from start to finish. Byjus is a hidden gem in the admissions consulting space and I have sent many friends to them over the years who also had great success!
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New post 29 Mar 2018, 09:15
Hey peeps! I availed BYJU's admissions consulting services for the fall 2018 applications and worked with Krithika Srinivasan - the director of admission consulting services at BYJU's. My experience with them has been extremely pleasent and professional. I started out pretty late, barely scrapping through R2, and was on edge the entire time - but they handeled the entire process really well - from shortinglisting b-schools (twice, since I kept changing my mind) to working on the CV to brainstorming for the essays, going through 6-7 revisions on the essays and finally getting the entire application process completed in time. I received interview invites for all of the schools I applied to. I believe all the advice I received from Krithika was well thought out and you can really tell the depth of experience that she brings with her. She is always critical, blunt and upfront with her opinions and not someone to just 'get things done' in a hurry so it can be shipped out quickly. Overall, I felt that my entire experience with the admissions consulting team at BYJUs was very professional and I loved the fact that they were always super punctual and never missed out on an appointment or edit date of a document. This helped me plan my stuff out too so there was barely any wastage of time. I would highly recommend trying them out!
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I availed Byju's Consultancy during July 2017. Their experience is pretty useful and they have a clear idea on what is required to be a fit in a university.
It is a little pricey, but compared to what you will be paying for the college fee, it's not much. Use their resources well. Please note that their services are only till application phase and not till admit. That one is on you.
However, their job is to help you with CV and essay making which is university specific in which they have done a really good job. They will also tell you whether the universities you choose or aspire is achievable or not. Hope this helps.
I am still awaiting admit at one university, once it's confirmed, I'll post a more detailed review.
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I am also using their services for the current session, hoping for the best. I will post a detailed review once I complete the process with them hopefully by September 2018.


Can you please let us know the pricing of Byju's and the duration the course access is valid.

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Hi ,

I took Byju's admission services . It was very satisfying and helping through out the process . I started my application journey from zero . I didn't know anything about how to select college ,how to choose school , how to approach them and what are their requirements . Byju guided me from starting and I started building my profile for B- School application processes . Now , I know much more than I knew in starting . In an application process there are many points and things which you have to be very careful about . Byju cleared me all those things and any doubt I had during application process . Byju work very systematically and are very process oriented. They handle your profile and application from every aspect ,be it CV , job profile , extra curricular or any crucial point in application .
In application process presentation is everything . Even if you have skills and talent but are not able to convince in application , then it would be useless .Byju helps you to build an effective application by guiding you to make significant changes .Apart from this they can go extra mile also to help you in application process .
Byju is a complete service for a naive person ,who doesn't know anything about GMAT world and B-schools for knowing everything relevant and important .
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arunv911 wrote:
I am also using their services for the current session, hoping for the best. I will post a detailed review once I complete the process with them hopefully by September 2018.


Can you please let us know the pricing of Byju's and the duration the course access is valid.

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Hi QZ

If you are considering Byju's for GMAT coaching,
you might want to take a look at this before you take a final decision
https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-prep-co ... l#p1859349

Hope this helps you!
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Hi Saurabhh,

I may be able to assist you as I took their GMAT course and consulting.

First of all, GMAT/GRE preparation is not just Scoring well in exams, it's your overall evaluation. Now here Byju's will come to your rescue. Tablet provided by Byjus has all the necessary lectures and documents which will guide you throughout your preparation journey. You will also have webinars almost regularly to brush up your concepts. I personally very much liked both online and offline lectures.
Secondly, the admission consultants will guide you at each step, be it profile building or any kind of suggestions which will help you outhshine others. They will literally sit with you for hours for correcting your CV and SOPs.
Finally, I would like to say that your dedication and hardwork also matters. If consulting effort is around is 50%, rest 50% is your hardwork and willingness ro succeed.
Hope this review will help you.
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arunv911 wrote:
I am also using their services for the current session, hoping for the best. I will post a detailed review once I complete the process with them hopefully by September 2018.


Can you please let us know the pricing of Byju's and the duration the course access is valid.

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Hi

If you are considering Byju's for GMAT coaching,
you might want to take a look at this before you take a final decision


Hope this helps you!


We can see many positive reviews and few average reviews on Byju's in this thread itself. It's a common thing that there will be happy customers and unhappy customers.

Originally posted by eduGuru on 15 Jun 2018, 00:19.
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New post 09 Oct 2018, 23:03
Hi,

I availed BYJU's services for my MBA application essays, and I am happy with their guidance during my admission prep and profile building. The team at BYJU's analyse your profile and suggest ways to improve it if you reach out to them well in advance of submission deadlines. Their assessment forms and brainstorming sessions helped me critically analyse my career progression and post-MBA goals, which helped me compose my B School essays. The team is well versed in the strengths that each B School looks for and guides you to add relevant details that might be better suited to a particular school. The team at BYJU's were also extremely professional and time bound in their essay editing service. Their frameworks really helped me frame coherent essays esp. for tough essay questions. I would highly recommend BYJUs for their admission consulting services !
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GMAT is considered to be one of the toughest examinations taken by MBA aspirants across the globe. The exam of GMAT tests the aptitude of management graduates in areas pertaining to logic, language, and mathematical skills. The extensive competition across the globe makes getting high percentile in the exam tougher than other exams. In case, if you are not happy with the result of your first GMAT attempt, you can retake the exam after 31 days of appearing for the first time.
The preparation stage is the most important and decisive phase in the success of GMAT. For an MBA aspirant, the biggest dilemma is while choosing a coaching institute or going for self-study. Most people opt out of going for a coaching institute because of job constraints and lack of time. Hence, the preparation of the GMAT exam becomes a grueling task for the candidates. Choosing the right institute for GMAT preparation that best suits the candidate and can spare enough time, attention and money. With a plethora of options available, finding the right institute becomes a tough decision to make.
The GMAT prep material offered by BYJU’s focuses on the strengths and weaknesses of the student, helping them prepare well for their GMAT exam. Few of the points that make the BJYU’s course material stand out from the crowd of coaching institutes.
Track record - You can check year-wise result of the students who took BYJU’s GMAT prep course before choosing the prep course. Usually, you can ask for the track record and understand how skilled BYJU’s is in the art of turning average students to better-performing ones.
Time and distance – With BYU’s GMAT program, you don’t need to waste hours commuting to and from the institute. You can study at your convenience without compromising with your work and other commitments. The tab can be carried anywhere without worrying about the weight of books or fearing to be late for the classes. This freedom comes as a breath of fresh air for all GMAT aspirants
Variety of Topics - To maintain consistency of study, BYJU’s ensures that the classes are completed on time and the topics can be switched in between. Difficult and lengthy topics are made simple through mnemonic to make study simpler and in a summarized manner. BUJU’s study material also focuses on the weak areas that need to be revised regularly to gradually transform them into areas of strength.
Test Series - BYJU’s GMAT prep course have their own mock test series that help students in identifying their strength and weaknesses. These test series are designed to help a student in better analysis of their weak areas. Along with the standardized text questions of the test series, the mentors and facilities offered at BYJU’s help the candidate in preparing for the GMAT exam well.
Apart from the above-mentioned benefits BYJU’s also provides an ample number of seminar and webinars to help students gather better knowledge of the subject. Hence, it won’t be wrong to say that BYJU’s is an awesome option to prepare for GMAT and score high during the exams.
I have availed BYJU's GMAT prep course and till now I have been completely satisfied with the results, hence I would surely not shy away from recommending it to anyone.
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can anybody recently got a good score with their GMAT tab or comment if it is good and ok to get both tab and avail their consulting service
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New post 13 May 2019, 09:07
Byjus admission consulting services are really bad.
Its like a call centre wherein you would be struggling to catch hold of the right person.
I had opted for it and got fed up within a week and later on cancelled it since it has been 3 months still struggling to get my money back.

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