GMAT 1-on-1 – Classroom

Congratulations on your decision to opting to pursue an MBA. Now, your first step will be preparing for the rigorous journey to pass the GMAT exam with a good score that will further help you pursue your international business school dreams. Don’t worry, we are here to help you improve as fast as possible to ace the GMAT. With Manya – The Princeton Review, you’ll always be studying with the most updated, tried & tested materials, based on careful analysis of our experienced GMAT instructors.


Manya’s GMAT 1-on-1 Classroom program is designed to make the best use of a student’s time. Every lesson and question in this course is expertly gauged to match the edge of the student’s GMAT knowledge. The course is available in both classroom and online modes and is more like a GMAT personalized coaching. This course is recommended for students who require focused and individual attention either on GMAT Verbal or Quant section or both. During this course, students get 1:1 GMAT personalized training with expert GMAT instructors who provide them with step-by-step concept-building and problem-solving techniques. The course can be customized as per student’s needs and performance in our simulated diagnostic tests. Full-length simulated tests, and customized study plans ensure that you score the best of your ability.

GMAT 1-on-1 Classroom Offerings:


Tutoring Study Material Student Portal
Minimum 10 hours of instructions from Certified Trainers* TPR GMAT Manual to learn techniques and strategies for both Quant and Verbal 10 full-length computer-adaptive simulated tests with detailed score reports and answers with explanation. Essay grading at no extra cost
Booster sessions/ sessions by Senior Teachers* Additional Practice Material for practicing harder questions 100 adaptive videos based lesson by our experienced, engaging instructors
Instructor-led doubt clearing sessions GMAT Quantitative & Verbal Review Book 10 IR full section practice drills
12 months GMAT course validity with a 6-month access to the Student Portal GMAT Official Guide (Latest Version) 83 adaptive drills (3,000 questions), 91 quick review lessons