The ideal timing of your GMAT-preparation depends on the admission-deadlines of desired Business Schools. Ideally the preparation of admission docket (selecting Business Schools, applying to Business Schools, preparing Essays, Letters of Recommendation, official college transcripts, resume, etc) should be done after receiving the GMAT scores as the choice of Business Schools is dependent on GMAT scores. This preparation of admission docket practically takes a month’s time or more.

GMAT preparation requires a window of 4 to 5 months of concerted preparation. An initial 2 to 3 months of preparation is required to master individual concepts tested on the exam and applying the concepts on real GMAT questions. Moreover students may also require time to master the strategies needed to ace the individual subjects, say the CRA strategy in Critical Reasoning, VCS in Sentence Correction, or the AD/BCE strategy in Data Sufficiency. After students have learnt all concepts and learnt how to apply the concepts to crack questions, still students have to identify which silly mistakes do they tend to make while attempting various types of questions and how to avoid these silly mistakes.

The last part of preparation takes 1 to 2 months, during which students attempt a series of Simulated Exams / Mock Exams and learn Test Taking Strategies to fine tune their preparation. This period revolves around developing Stamina, Concentration, Pacing, and identifying ways to maximize their scores.

We readily customize our programs to help a student who strives for excellence
Based on specific requirements of our students, we have designed three programs to help them effectively :

S. No. Program Name Targeted Students
1 Class Room Integrated Batch
  1. If you have four months to prepare for the GMAT
  2. If you can attend classes on Saturdays and Sundays
2 1-on-1 Personal Tutoring Program
  1. If you want to learn at your own pace, fast or slow.
  2. If you have one or two months to prepare for the GMAT.
  3. If you want complete personalized attention with real time monitoring of your progress by the teacher.
  4. If you are a high achiever and are ready to work hard to get the best possible score on the GMAT.
  5. If you cannot attend classes on weekends on a regular basis and need more flexibility of time.
3 Online Training Program
  1. If you cannot attend classes on weekends on a regular basis and need more flexibility of time.
  2. If you have already prepared for the GMAT, but you are not satisfied by your scores and want to improve more.

We will readily find ways to help you out, if your specific needs require us to customize our program. Take the first step, call or mail us at

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