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Jasleen

Jasleen


Score: 680

quote  Hello Everybody!!! I took the GMAT on 12 Sep'12 and scored 680(V-35, Q-48) with roughly 6 months of preparation. (It always followed a sinusoidal trend.) As I scored better in Math's, let's start with it first. One fact you all know about GMAT Math's is that it is no rocket science. Questions may be tricky but never calculative. One problem that I often faced in mocks and in the final paper also was time management. Since the standard theory is that first ten question right can boost your score, it is always better and safe to doubly check them. But don't forget these are the questions that can also help you save time as first 5 ques are of moderate difficulty. Since I'm from engineering background, I am very comfortable with variable "x"...But the first question in math's section was a bouncer... It was a paragraph of 6-7 lines which would have involved multiple equations if I were to use "x". And then I realized that PLUGGING IN is a savior technique. You are a winner if u get the right answer in the least time. Feel free to play with options. Also, manage your time in such a manner that you don't miss any question. It is sensible to mark the question wrong than leave it. I happened to miss last 2 questions which had a very negative impact on my mind set because leaving a question unanswered can penalize you badly. Once through with the Math's section, FORGET ABOUT IT. Remember you can aim for a high score if u do excellently in the other section... And that might be your second chance. Next was the Verbal section: Though I am not a native speaker of English, but I always thought I'm not too bad at it either. But that was until I gave my first Diagnostic test in which I scored 20 in Verbal. I realized that it was a major fight for me to reach 30 or 35. Reading Comprehension I loathed GMAT RCs because I hardly got any of them correct. Probably that was the reason I just gave up studying RCs. For someone who isn't comfortable with it, imagine the first que...  quote



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Hittaarth Bhasin

Hittaarth Bhasin


Score: 690

quote  Dear Sapna Ma'am I appeared for the GMAT on 26/02/12 and scored 690(V-41, Q-43). Please accept my sincere thanks for the constant support, guidance and motivation that you and everybody at Princeton (Raja Garden) provided me with. This score, especially in the Verbal Section, which is considered tough by most candidates wouldn't have been possible without your guidance. Your constant emphasis on using strategies for SC, CR and RC proved extremely helpful and helped me get a 41 score in Verbal. You were always available for clarifying doubts and re-explaining important concepts. In fact, u took personal interest in tracking my progress and identifying my weak areas." More than studies, the constant motivation you provided me with was invaluable. You always told me "You are a High Scorer" and this gave me confidence and inner strength. Let me extend a very BIG THANK YOU to you. I would also like to thank Ashish Sir. A fellow engineer, he explained all Quant strategies and shortcuts nicely. Although I would have liked to score more in the Quant Section, he has nevertheless, played an important role in helping me get even this 43. I would also like to thank Saurabh for his immense support throughout the process. He was just a call away whenever I needed any help. Once Again, Let me place on record my deepest gratitude and thanks to everyone at Princeton, Raja Garden. Without your support this score wouldn't have been possible.  quote



Thank You,
Hittaarth Bhasin

Jasdeep Singh Malhotra

Jasdeep Singh Malhotra


Score: 700

quote  I would like to happily inform you that I got a 700! (49 Q, 37 V) I gave my test on 2nd June. A little less on verbal but the semester had already started and I didn't have much time to work on GMAT. I hope that you forgive me for Verbal;) I am not really good at expressing gratitude but this is for you and Ashish sir  quote



Thank You,
Jasdeep Singh Malhotra

Ashu Jain

Ashu Jain


Score: 730

quote  Joining Princeton Review proved to be one of the better decisions I have ever taken. Faculty here is pretty good. I would like to thank Mayank Sir(Quant) and Shariq Sir(Verbal) for all the guidance. The knowledge base of both the faculty is very vast. They are very much aware of the subtleties of their respective subjects. They are always there to put in that extra effort required to make us understand the subject thoroughly. In addition to the good faculty, the environment here at Princeton Review is very nice and friendly. You talk to anyone - any faculty or counsellors (Anusha - Divya) - they are always ready to help you out in every way possible. This environment, more than anything else, motivated me to work harder. I would again like to thank Aditya Sir, Anusha, Divya, Mayank Sir and Shariq Sir.  quote



Thank You,
Ashu Jain

Karthik Krishnan

Karthik Krishnan


Score: 710

quote  To crack any exam you need an energized and enthusiastic mind that has the knowledge and the skill sets to tackle the exam. TPR Gurgaon provides the right environment to help get to that stage. The knowledgeable faculty teaches you all the concepts and tricks that you need. They guide you in the right direction and are involved and take personal interest in each individual. That with the wealth of material that TPR gives access to; is a potent combination for success. Thank you TPR Gurgaon.  quote



Thank You,
Karthik Krishnan

Rouble

Rouble


Score: 710

quote  When I came to TPR about three months ago, I had a very raw idea about the GMAT Test. From knowing about the test in detail to forming a detailed and systematic approach to tackle it and from a 490 in the diagnostic test to a 710 in the actual test - I learnt it all at TPR Gurgaon. The meticulous design of the classroom program and the availability of ample resources ensure that students get sufficient practice. And best of all, the teachers are always ready to solve doubts. Most conspicuously, I was wary about my Quantitative skills but with the continuous support and guidance from our Maths trainer, Sukhraj Sir, it all looked easy towards the end. I learnt tricks, ways and strategies to handle the QA section of the test. Similarly, our Verbal trainer taught all the concepts extremely well and refined my approach toward Verbal topics which ultimately pushed up my Verbal score. I will always be glad I chose TPR Gurgaon and will be eternally grateful to the faculty for helping me out so much!  quote



Thank You,
Rouble

Shiva Shanker

Shiva Shanker


Test: GMAT
Score: 740 (Q49, V41)

quote  After doing well at the GMATPrep tests (710-720 48/39) but only getting a 640 (48/32 on the first attempt at the GMAT, I joined Princeton Review's excelerator program to understand what could have gone wrong and boost my performance.
The Princeton practice exams (with detailed score reports including how answers to a question affected my score) , along with the pacing systems helped me understand how each question affects my score and gain the consistency in my scoring. My trainers, Tarun & Priyanka provided  focused assistance on commonly tested rules, exceptions to rules (GMAT anomalies) and advanced level questions.
I was made to give about 7-8 full length tests and each of my test was reviewed by the trainers. My regular pitfalls were spotted (Boldface in CR and Geometry) and targeted help was provided, focusing on  simple shortcuts that save considerable time. Furthermore, practicing 700-800 level questions rather than the 600-700 level questions in the OG allowed me to boost my performance and be more confident when facing difficult questions on test date. After 5 weeks, I was able to improve my score to 740 (49/41) in the GMAT.
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Thank You,
Shiva Shanker

Rohit K Maskara

Rohit K Maskara


Test: GMAT
Score: 760 (Q49, V44)

quote  I started my GMAT journey on a rather positive note – a 700 on GMAT Prep. But it quickly became clear to me that this is not something I could do consistently. I was looking for a quality GMAT coaching program and shortlisted my choices to Jamboree and Princeton. However, the personal attention and consideration that I felt on my first visit itself to Princeton made the decision easy.
I scored a 590 on the diagnostic test and this completely shot my confidence. I had taken leave from my office and needed to reach 700+ within 2 months. It was suggested to me that I join the Excelerator program as my GMAT prep scores were high. Even I needed to work at my own pace and not be burdened by regular classes. So I started my preparations with Tarun Sir and Charu Mam.
My first few sessions in Quant were a disaster. I just did not seem to grasp the idea of DS questions. But I persevered through the hours of relearning the basics of material I had learned and forgotten in my school days. But more importantly, I also learned how to apply logic to math questions. There were so many times that Sir would solve a question without even writing one equation, it astounded me. With the huge question bank at his disposal, Tarun Sir ensured that I got sufficient practice of every possible question type on the GMAT. Probability is my Achilles’ heel and I am glad I only got one question on my actual exam.
The Verbal progression was slightly different. We covered all the topics in class fairly quickly and then I set to work on the Official Guide. Me and Charu Mam would spend several hours analyzing what went wrong whenever I would make mistakes. We applied the same approach to Official Verbal Review questions and spent considerable time in error analysis and then devising ways to handle specific question types.
Once all my course topics were completed, I set to work on the Mock Tests to get my pacing right. The first two tests were rather encouraging &nd...  quote



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Antra Chowdhury

Antra Chowdhury


Test: GMAT
Score: 760 (Q51 V42)

quote  I recently took my GMAT exam and I scored 760 (Q51 V42). I would like to thank the team of trainers at Princeton Review for helping me achieve that score on the GMAT. The online tests available at the Student Portal of Princeton Review website helped me practice meticulously and enabled me to face the GMAT with confidence. Thank you very much for all the support.
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Thank You,
Antra Chowdhury

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