GMAT exam is a test of your endurance more than your aptitude in management. It is also a test of time management. But most of us assume that since it involves Math and English, it will be cakewalk. After joining TPR, I was proved wrong in terms of many such assumptions. TPR lays out a lot of unknown facts about GMAT from day 1 which obviously helps us stay more prepared for the final outcome. For example, I never knew that 1/4th of the questions on the GMAT were experimental and skipping a weird looking and out-of-place question might cause me no harm at all because for all I know it might be experimental. And if I spend lesser time on it I will have more time to spend on the actual questions which will make a difference to my score. In the beginning, I was never able to finish either section because of my speed. The timed drills in OSC were extremely helpful that way - they helped me improve my timing on the actual test. The entire classroom program is designed very meticulously and the home work schedule ensures that students get sufficient practice. And best of all, the teachers are always ready to solve doubts. My Math teacher Harsha, helped me with all the Math concepts/questions and encouraged me a lot. My Verbal teacher Vikram, taught all the concepts extremely well and my Booster trainer Merrily refined my approach toward Verbal topics which ultimately pushed up my Verbal score. From a 550 in my Diagnostic test to a 710 in the actual test, TPR has helped me come a long way.