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Nachiket Torwekar

Nachiket Torwekar


Score: 730

quote  I wrote the exam again on 30th July. This time it was much better. I got a 730 (M 50, V 39). I wrote my GMAT earlier this year, January 24th and got a score of 690 (M 47, V 38). I was very confused at that point of time as many who met me told me that this is good enough and I should give it a shot and many told otherwise. I decided to give it a shot and applied for INSEAD with a seemingly strong application, I got rejected. But that got me rid of the belief that this score might work. Also meanwhile a senior told me that by not going for the second try I am giving the admissions committee a feeling that this is the best I feel I can do. He asked, do you believe that this is the best you can do, and that conversation cleared my last few doubts and I decided to write it again. The Princeton review experience was definitely a turning point in my life. After close to 4.5 years of service, studying had become an "alien" activity. The teachers and the overall course design helped me a lot to get back to studies and moreover to enjoy the experience. It was nice being a part of an interactive classroom and feel like a student. The teaching technique of both the teachers was highly professional and motivating. Thank you very much Merrily and Rohit. I really want to thank each one of you as there was something to learn from each and every one of you. And again, thanks Merrily and Rohit for your support both during the classes and afterwards.  quote



Thank You,
Nachiket Torwekar

Rahul Dasgupta

Rahul Dasgupta


Score: 740

quote  I gave the GMAT exactly a month ago, on the 6th of July, 2011.I got a 42 (95th %tile) in Verbal and 48 (80th %tile) in Quant, and 5.5 in the essay section. My overall score was 740 (97th %tile). I am satisfied with the score, though I feel I should have done better in the Quant section.My experience of the classes at Princeton review was overall very good. I think the classes and materials were well structured and delivered and the online exercises and tests were well designed. I saw a significant improvement in my sentence correction scores thanks to the classes and material from Princeton. The couple of booster sessions I had also helped my preparation. I think the scoring in the Princeton tests was more accurate compared to the other tests I took, and only the GMAT Prep was more accurate than Princeton. Finally my personal thanks to YOU, for your guidance and support. You have made a difference in my preparation and final score. Thanks a lot!!!  quote



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Rahul Dasgupta

Sanish

Sanish


Score: 760

quote  I'm really glad I joined Princeton Review, and I credit them with playing a central role in my scoring a 760 in the GMAT. While I had some degree of confidence in my grasp of Quantitative and Verbal fundamentals, I also knew that the GMAT could be tricky and that many capable students regularly failed to cross the 700 mark. Not satisfied with the notion of self-preparation, I wanted a level of preparation that would guarantee me a good score and I felt I could really do with classroom sessions. My instructors at Princeton Review, Deepti and Rohit followed a grounded, no-nonsense approach and had us completely focused on what was truly needed. With exams like the GMAT, it's very important not to end up concentrating on unnecessary stuff. The 5 computer adaptive tests they insisted upon helped gauge our improvements. What I also commend Princeton Review for is their willingness to adjust class schedules, for genuine reasons of absenteeism. The classes were comfortably paced, yet intensive and I enthusiastically recommend them for any prospective GMAT takers.  quote



Thank You,
Sanish

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