GMAT Classroom Course

GMAT Classes are available at the Whitefield Study Centre on Weekends

Next GMAT batch starts at Whitefield on 23rd Feb 2020. WhatsApp us to book a DEMO.

Weekend ClassesSaturday & Sunday 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm
8 – Week Program 16 classes covering VR and QR
Start DateBatches starting every other Sunday
DEMOAttend the first session without enrolling

Why Us?

Evaluate before enrollingWhile most institutes provide DEMO classes, we let you attend an actual session. The first session is free, you join up only if you find the course and methodology suitable.
InstructorAll classes are conducted by Anirban with more than 16 years of experience in Test Preps and a stupendous record of successful students. Our TRIAL class therefore allows you to evaluate our course, content and instructor.
Study MaterialWe do NOT provide exhaustive study material that serve no purpose. 90% of Anirban’s students are very busy professionals and therefore what you get is the distilled version of the prep. You don’t waste time and your efforts are all guided towards a better score.
FlexibilityClassroom and Online courses have a 6-month validity. You can take a break, join a later batch or even redo classes – NO extra charge.

What is the GMAT?

The GMAT is a standardized test for admission to MBA programs in the US, UK, Canada and other countries including India. Here’s the complete list. GMAT scores are used by admissions panels to supplement your undergraduate records, recommendation letters and other qualifications for graduate-level study.The GMAT is created by the GMAC and is administered by Pearson VUE. You can take the GMAT once every 16 days, up to five times within any continuous rolling 12-month period (365 days).

What does the GMAT test?

The GMAT is a test of 3 hours and 30 minutes.

The Analytical Writing Assessment or AWA section presents an argument that needs to be critiqued.

The Integrated Reasoning Section or IR consists of 12 main items to be attempted in 30 minutes.

The Quantitative Section consists of 31 questions to be attempted in 62 minutes.

The Verbal Reasoning Section consists of 36 questions to be attempted in 65 minutes.

An official score report consists of five parts:

  • Verbal Scaled Score (on a scale from 0 to 60)
  • Quantitative Scaled Score (on a scale from 0 to 60)
  • Total Scaled Score (on a scale from 200 to 800)
  • Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) Score (on a scale from 0 to 6)
  • Integrated Reasoning Score (on a scale from 1 to 8)

Anirban’s GMAT classes have helped hundreds improve their Verbal, Quant, and Overall scores by at least 50 points

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Kshitij Guhapatro 720 Improvement 100 points

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Vaani D – 700 Improvement 70 points

Abhishek Shukla 680 Improvemnt 140 points

Ranjan Dhar 710

Karishma Shreyas 690

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