I finally got my official score report from GMAC and my reported scores are as follows Quant- 49/86 percentile Verbal- 38/83 percentile Awa- 6.0/91 percentile Total weighted score 700/90 percentile Personally, I had very little time to prepare and never expected myself to be able to touch 700. But it was the structured program of Princeton Review that was so effective in doing this. I would particularly like to thank both my trainers, Ms. Megala (quants) and Ms. Lavanya (verbal) for the effort they put into every session and also for providing individual attention by addressing any and all doubts that I had, be it related to the exam, concepts or the content of the course. Even though I was comfortable with quant, Megala Mam really helped me make sure that I could be consistent in the quants section while concentrating more on verbal which I was weaker in. Coming to verbal, full credit to Lavanya Mam who helped me turn this around. The Princeton Review techniques coupled with her presentation skills were instrumental in helping me break into 80 percentile. Classes were informative, interactive, very very useful and most of all, fun. She also kept me motivated and inspired right up to the "D" day, for which I am very grateful. I would definitely recommend this program for anyone looking to seriously prepare for the GMAT and pursue higher studies in Institutes abroad. They know their way around the GMAT and are good in what they do, they did a good job with me.