Manya – The Princeton Review’s Bhubaneswar Center’s GMAT coaching offers Guaranteed Score Improvement to aspiring study abroad aspirants. 62.5% of Manya students have scored 700+ in GMAT in the last 24 months.
Our GMAT coaching is preferred by thousands of students in India and abroad owing to its highly acknowledged preparation material, well organized courses, and highly qualified & certified GMAT instructors.
Our course material is the outcome of the rigorous research by our R&D team based in the United States. With the standardized material, a plethora of practice questions on the student portal, adaptive drills, Drill-Builder, full-length practice tests, customized study plans and booster sessions, you can be assured of top GMAT scores. You can practice with 3500+ practice questions, 470+ online drills, 10 adaptive tests, and video based lessons which can help in getting a 700+ GMAT score.
A unique component of our GMAT course is BOOSTER sessions for eligible students. If you are aiming for top scores, booster sessions will help you. It includes personalized small group sessions and one-on-one sessions by the most experienced trainers to help you with the right guidance and mentoring in the final stages of your GMAT preparation for the GMAT exam.
We’re committed to provide 100% satisfaction and help you achieve your target scores.
Manya – The Princeton Review also offers online & offline modes of delivery with customized preparation options so that you can learn as per your convenience. You may opt for live online sessions or classroom sessions.
We compare the score you received on the official test after you completed your program with us for the same test to your baseline starting score on the same test, which can be either:
The score guarantee maps from the minimum score in the diagnostic test obtained to the maximum score improvement possibility in the improved range. In the diagnostic test, the student should have scored a minimum of 35 in Math and 15 in verbal.
|Diagnostic test score
(Timed Full-length test including Essays & IR)
|Better Score Guarantee from Diagnostic to Actual test|
Terms & Conditions Apply
|Section||Number of Questions||Duration||Question Types||Score Range|
|Quantitative Reasoning||31 questions||62 minutes||Data Sufficiency
(on a scale of
0 – 60)
|Verbal Reasoning||36 questions||65 minutes||Reading Comprehension
(in 1-point increments)
|Integrated Reasoning||12 items||30 minutes||Multi-Source Reasoning
|1 – 8
(in 1-point increments)
|Analytical Writing Assessment||1 topic||30 minutes||Analysis of Argument||0 – 6
(in 0.5-point increments)
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IELTS is a standardized test that only to judge one’s ability to speak the English language in native English speaker countries. Whereas the GMAT is a common MBA entrance test that required pursuit and specialization in one particular subject.
Well, if someone wants to study abroad for MBA then might be required to give IELTS exam, But generally, the GMAT is a lot harder than IELTS.
Well This on the highest stage for any business graduate student, this gives high-paying jobs and status, and in an estimated data annually student more tend to opt for MBA courses and which makes the GMAT costly.
There are consists of 4 sections those are Analytical Writing, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative aptitude, and Verbal and Reasoning Section in the syllabus of the GMAT.
It is recommended to start studying at least three months before you take the exam. The sooner you start the better are your chances of scoring well on the GMAT. Rest depends on the student as each student is different and thus, requires different time and approach.
Princeton review tests are similar to the actual GMAT. The user interface, exam experience, score calculation algorithm and type of questions are all similar to the actual GMAT. Princeton Review also provides detailed interactive score reports which can be used to identify the strengths and weaknesses in your GMAT prep.