I am writing this mail to convey sincere thanks and heartfelt gratitude to you, Deepti Ma'am and Richa Ma'am for providing me outstanding guidance and highly diligent training with sincere personal involvement and extreme professionalism. What makes my experience exceptional is the way I was provisioned with all important inputs without making me feel any information overload. Moreover, I applaud the way I had been kept informed about the batches and course content of various course options, for nearly two months before I started training. All this was done to guide me without making me feel inconvenient. After my enrollment, I was made to feel extremely comfortable by adjustment of classes of "already thoroughly planned TPR GMAT schedule". I found you, my verbal instructor, extremely competent, learned and experienced. My math instructor Ms Deepti Kashyap, an extremely thorough and experienced quantitative instructor, not only imparted thorough quantitative training "by the book", but also practically focused on my shortcomings, and provided me specific tips to improve my Data Sufficiency, which was otherwise a big drawback for me. My instructors, both verbal and quantitative, made sure that I was consistent, confident and well-poised for achieving a good result. It is highly praiseworthy that the faculty members reiterated and personally exemplified valuable qualities - positive outlook, discipline, confidence and will to perform - that enabled me achieve a reasonable GMAT score ( 720, Q-49, V-40 ) despite relatively short duration of training. I have found Manya Abroad, at Sector-9 Chandigarh, a concise, well-knit unit of performance-oriented and highly skilled professionals who maintain exceedingly high standards. Not only did I get exceptional counseling advice and guidance, and comprehensive and exhaustive training (both verbal and quantitative), but also witnessed personal examples of punctuality, dedication and commitment to duty while maintaining a huma...
Thank you for your support. You, along with Deepti Mam, were really instrumental in taking my score higher. We were always welcome to clear our doubts with you. I must say that, without your support, it would not have been possible to score what I have scored.
"Quant was always my strength and I used to score nearby 50 in Quant but verbal was one weakness I wanted to drop like a bad habit. I used to make a lot of mistakes in verbal and was struggling to get my score above 650-670 level. Princeton Review - Mukhvider Mam helped me in bringing more consistency in verbal scores by providing extremely useful concepts for GMAT English which helped me getting 710 in the GMAT. If you are think that the fee for this differential is too much, trust me and try it, you won't regret it!"
I enrolled at Princeton Review Chandigarh in end June. The course ensued for 10 weeks, till approximately 15th September once it was over I
decided to take 3 weeks off for self study and additional practice and fixed a GMAT appointment for 7th October. Both Deepti Ma’am and
Mukhvinder Ma’am had advised me not to take a long gap because after a point my score would not get any better and may also start getting
worse. I found this advice extremely valuable and true.
Without prolonging the suspense I am going to get right to the point. So the fateful day of 7th October arrived and my exam was scheduled
for 9:30 am (once again on everybody’s advice I chose this time slot). I woke up in the morning feeling a bit anxious and nervous, I did yoga
followed by breathing exercises for a few minutes in order to relax myself and get the blood flowing, I tried to go over the study notes I had
made on techniques to be applied in the Quant section, Geometry formulas etc and mainly on POE techniques for SC, CR and RC questions in
the Verbal section, but this once again started making me nervous so I shut everything and started watching TV and did not spend any more
time thinking about the exam I just figured I know what I know and now is no time to change it. Around 8 am I got dressed went downstairs
for breakfast, had half a cup of coffee with pancakes and around 8:40 am I was out of my house ( I mention the TV and pancakes because I am
an avid TV watcher and I love pancakes, so basically I did everything I could to be happy and relaxed before the exam ). One more thing, a lot
of people sent me best of luck messages that really boost me up, since I am a tiny bit spoilt I perform my best when I know I am loved and
that the world is a happy place, if you are the same make sure...
When I first took the diagnostic test in June, I got an abysmal 470 so I was really skeptical whether I could pull off a decent score with just 4 months of prep. And today finally, when I do have a score in hand, I have to say that I owe it to Princeton Review. The best thing about Princeton Review Test Prep is its methodical approach which starts from telling you exactly what to study and when to study. For a working professional who has been out of touch with studies, this kind of discipline is certainly worth it! The Verbal and Quant faculty focus on sharpening your basics, and very rightly so, because the exam doesn’t test you on complex questions or on the ability to answer all questions right. The faculty makes you work smart by removing the unnecessary frills that appear in the form of complex formulas, theories and jargons. I also think the study material is very well organized and the Princeton Review student portal is exhaustive with more than 1000 questions in the drills and tests. Finally, to sum it up, I want to say a big "thank you" to my Quant and Verbal faculty, Deepti Maam and Mukhvinder Maam, and the staff at Princeton Review for being every bit as concerned about my prep as I was. The actual prep begins outside classroom, and Princeton Review offered me the perfect environment and the support I needed!