I am Vignesh (GMAT: 710; M:49, V:38, AWA:5.0) and I went in search of the best GMAT coaching centre in town, and soon found out that The Princeton Review is a cut above the rest. My quest for a good GMAT score started 6 months back and I enrolled myself at Princeton Review, Tambaram for my GMAT preparation. Right from the start of my GMAT classes I felt like home whenever I stepped into the centre. My Math tutor Mr. Ramkumar was effective and efficient in utilising the time we spent in the class. Whenever I was stuck in a problem, he would give me an easy method to get around it. More than feeding a man in hunger by giving him a fish, it is better to teach him how to fish. This precisely sums up my experience with Mr. Ramkumar. My Verbal tutor Mrs.Usha greatly helped me to enhance my Verbal score. From a meagre 19 that I scored on my Diagnostic test, her impact on my verbal score was so drastic that I doubled it to 38 in my GMAT exam. Her tips for the reading comprehension proved to be decisive in giving me a good Verbal score at the GMAT exam. Both Mr. Ramkumar and Mrs. Usha were very prompt in giving me their feedback on the online tests which again helped me gain confidence and initiated me to perform better. Their unstinted efforts to help all their students was very evident in their response to my untimely calls for solution to problems in Verbal and Maths. Even after the completion of my classes with The Princeton Review, both my tutors were more than eager to help me out with my preparation by giving me additional questions, and answering to my queries what they mentioned as” Boosters”. Moving on to the Online Student Centre, it is one of the best preparatory materials that you can get. It has umpteen drills, practice questions, tips, timed drills and full length tests, which catapulted my confidence to great heights as I saw a marked improvement in my scores after completing them. Another important aspect about The Princeton Review that makes it stand out from the rest is the Tutor-Student ratio. Never did it exceed 1:15, which was instrumental in the individual attention that I got. The ambience for learning is absolutely perfect in the centre, and never during the classes did I feel like a fish out of water. I had the freedom to stop my tutors anytime and get my doubts cleared. The class was very interactive unlike the ‘one-way traffic’ that you would have experienced in you colleges. I strongly recommend The Princeton Review to all aspiring GMAT test takers who want to score beyond their potentials. In short, The Princeton Review proved to be a catalyst in rocketing my score to 710 from the 470 that I got in my Diagnostic test. My score improvement is 240 points, what would be your‘s?