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June 07, 2016
kinjiGC

Joined: Feb 03, 2013

Posts: 835

Kudos: 1681

Self-reported Score:
760 Q49 V44

Hassle free loans with competitive interest rates

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I had such a great experience with Prodigy Finance with Students loans and I want to thank Prodigy Finance to enable me to study abroad. The process of application is pretty straight forward and I need to upload proofs that are easily available. After that Prodigy Finance sends the loan document that can be used for VISA process. Overall, the application and disbursing process is quite simplified.

Prodigy Finance covered 85% of the tuition with no collateral and at competitive interest rates compared to banks in India. Most of the banks don't cover the considerable amount of loan at all and hence Prodigy Finance helped me a lot.

Without Prodigy Finance and school alums, I won't be able to study MBA from one of the top ranked US school.

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July 08, 2016
jeongmin889

If I am still a student and un-employed, is it possible to get a loan from Prodigy Finance?

November 29, 2017
prodigyfinance

Thanks for your positive feedback kinjiGC. We’re very happy to have you part of our community.

November 29, 2017
prodigyfinance

Hi jeongmin889,

Thanks for your interest in Prodigy Finance and apologies for the delay.
This will depend on several factors - I've you're still interested in a Prodigy Finance loan, please contact us on info@prodigyfinance.com to chat about this further.

Thanks,
The Prodigy Finance Marketing Team

December 02, 2014
kinjiGC

Joined: Feb 03, 2013

Posts: 835

Kudos: 1681

Self-reported Score:
760 Q49 V44

Hard Work never gets unrewarded forever - 760 (49/44)

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Improvement 80 Points

Course e-GMAT GMAT Live Prep

Instructor Rajat Sadana

Location Online

When I took my GMAT way back on 3rd October 2013, I scored VA 28. I took GMATPrep Mock 1 just before the GMAT appointment and I got 16 VA questions incorrect and out of 16 VA questions, around 13-14 question were incorrect from SC. I knew the problem was SC. I am descent in CR and RC.

I attended e-gmat demo and I liked the demo and joined e-gmat verbal live. What I liked about the e-gmat videos was the videos were arranged and there is a time table on which date you need to complete. The time table is pushy and keeps on track. The pre session assessment and Post session assessment. Those practice sessions really helped me to grasp the concepts along with Level 1 and Level 2 questions. In level 1 and level 2 concepts, there are level qualifying questions which tests your concepts. I used to strive to get 100% and some of the practice test I scored 100% correct. Level 3 is too good. The concepts such as Like vs As is very well written and very well explained. Even today when I am solving GMAT SC question, I refer to those concept files.

Then came UGE questions. At my time, I didn't have UGE questions for CR and Rajat told me it will get added later. I practiced questions from UGE for SC section and I completed those UGE questions. The accuracy for those questions were also descent.

The doubts which I posted on e-gmat forum was promptly answered by Shraddha, Payal and Meghna. The doubts were answered in depth and very lucid way so that we can understand in depth. The e-gmat team encouraged me and other students to come up with my analysis and that helped me to dig deeper into the question. My ear for SC is not at all good and I have to learn all the rules to apply those rules in GMAT SC questions.

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January 30, 2016
kinjiGC

Joined: Feb 03, 2013

Posts: 835

Kudos: 1681

Self-reported Score:
760 Q49 V44

Tepper community at its best

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This review is for Tepper

Program Full Time MBA

Class of 2017

Experience during the program

1) Tepper community - Very helpful and everyone knows each other by name. The 2nd years are very helpful and goes an extra mile to help the 1st years.
2) Closely knit community - Tepper goes a great deal to preserve that and that is the strength of Tepper
3) Award wining Career Services : The career service councillors are very helpful and prepares students for the corporate world. They bring their experience into play and help the students to a great deal
4) Professional Clubs : The professional clubs do the heavy lifting to train the students for the corporate recruitment and for the interaction with alums. They bring in alums from specific industries to make sure the learning is 360 degrees.


Overall BSchool experience (5.0)
Schools contribution (5.0)
Classmates rating (5.0)

Strengths of the program:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors
Alumni Network
Career opportunities provided by school
Culture & Student Support

Best fit at this program:

Consulting
Tech
Entrepreneurship

Can be improved:

Facilities
Admissions Team


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