GMAT Score: 730
I was very weak in RC and Data Sufficiency. One of my friends suggested Global Course. After joining Global Course, I started my coaching for GMAT in the guidance of Mr. Amar Singh. Sir explained all the topics in such an easy-to-understand way that I started enjoying learning. I got all the support required. The Sir guided me and encouraged me throughout. Finally, I was able to score 730, which I had never dreamed of.
GMAT Score: 720
Masters in Management: Singapore Management University
"I've attended GMAT classes in Global Course and have to say it's an excellent institute with one of the most supportive teachers ever. The comprehensive prep material along with personal classes make it a very good learning experience. The knowledge and experience of Amar Sir is so impeccable that virtually any doubt related to the exam or preparation for the exam will get solved. I am very thankful to Amar Sir for helping me score well in my GMAT."
GMAT Score: 710
I had to take GMAT In a very short span of time of 40 days. I met Amar Singh and he started my individual crash course. It was a bit hectic for me, but I got full support from Global Course. They gave me a flexible schedule so that I could work and prepare for GMAT. The way Amar Singh taught me was very helpful to me. He knows it well and could explain to me the way I understand. He did not only teach me, but also made sure that I understood every thing.
GMAT Score: 690
The study material including 700-800 level questions were very helpful. I was able to clear all my doubt with Amar sir. I had a big problem understanding Permutations & Combinations and Probabilty. Amar sir explained these topics exclusively with me and I got a hang of it. I followed the study plan given by Global Course. It took care of everything, from my study plan to my exam. The guidance and motivation by Amar sir was precious.
|Anurag Pandey||760||Prashant Pai||740|
|Gaurav Jadhav||740||Raj Gandhi||720|
|Gaurav Sheth||720||Riya Roy||690|
|Jeniffer Fernandes||680||Joy Roman||680|
|Richa Gupta||670||Rashmi Nayak||660|
All maths topics such as Permutations & Combinations (Combinatorics), Probability, Plain Geometry, Solid Geometry, Co-ordinate Geometry, Number System, Word Problems, Functions, etc. are discussed at length. We discuss short cuts and time saving techniques in 700-800 level Data Sufficiency & Problem Solving questions.
We discuss 100 grammar rules spread over ten topics such as Verb Tense, Subject Verb Agreement, Modifiers, Parallelism, Idioms and Phrases, Pronouns, etc. and we do Sentence Correction exercises on those topics implementing the rules learnt. Finally, 700-800 level questions are discussed using time saving techniques.
Techniques to answer diffrent types of question are discussed and difficult questions are answered using time saving techniques.
We discuss 10 types of CR questions i.e. Strengthen, Weaken, Explain the Paradox, Assumption, Boldface, Finding Conclusion et al after we have done an in-depth analysis of the anatomy of a Critical Reasoning question. Finally 700-800 level CR questions are discussed using our time saving techniques.
We discuss all the types of question and do some exercises using our time saving techniques.
We discuss a very high scoring template and practice some Argument Questions
It is our responsibility to make our students score beyond their limits. We do so by pushing the students' limits. We monitor the students' progress throughout the training period. We give them periodical tests to check their progress. We analyse the students' weak areas and work on those areas. The Trainers and the counsellors always remain with our students i.e. in the classes, on skype, e-mail, phone, etc. The students can discuss their doubts on our blog also. So, the whole team of Global Course is working for our precious students...
The training is provided by very dedicated team of trainers headed by Mr. Amar Singh who hold his forte in GMAT Training. He has a long experience of training of almost 20 years now and has an excellent track record. Training. Our students have scored up to 760 in GMAT.
|Test Section||Time Limit (in Minutes)||Number of Questions||Question Type||Score Range|
|Analytical Writing Assessment||30||1||
||0 to 6 in 0.5 Increments|
||1 to 8 in Single-Digit Increments|
||6 to 51 in Single-Digit Increments|
||6 to 51 in Single-Digit Increments|
|Section||Scoring||How the Section is Scored|
|Analytical Writing Assessment||0.0-6.0||Each essay is scored at least twice, once by a human reader and once by a computer. The scores are averaged to provide one section score, reported in intervals of 0.5.|
|Integrated Reasoning||1-8||The Integrated Reasoning score is based on the number of questions you answered correctly. Some questions may have multiple parts; you must answer all parts to a question correctly to receive credit for that question. Scores are reported in intervals of 1.|
|Quantitative and Verbal||6-51||The Quantitative and Verbal Reasoning sections are item-level adaptive, and your score is based on three factors:
You will earn a higher score if you answer a higher number of questions, answer more of them correctly, and qualify for questions of a higher difficulty level. Scores are reported in intervals of 1 and the standard error of measurement is 3 points.
|TOTAL||200-800||Total Scores are based on your calculated performance before scores are given for the Quantitative and Verbal Reasoning sections. The raw calculation is then converted to a number in the Total Score range.|
|Scores are reported in intervals of 10.|
Total GMAT scores range from 200 to 800. Two-thirds of the test takers score between 400 and 600. Verbal and Quantitative scores range from 0 to 60. Scores below 6 and above 51 are rare.
The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) score is based on one Analysis of an Argument essay. Essays are scored independently twice and then averaged. Scores for the AWA range from 0 to 6 in half-point intervals. Each essay receives two independent ratings, one of which may be performed by an automated essay-scoring engine, which evaluates more than 50 structural and linguistic features.
If the two ratings differ by more than one point, an expert reader provides a third evaluation to determine the final score. Expert readers are trained college and university faculty members who consider the following:
Readers are trained to be sensitive and fair in evaluating the responses of examinees whose first language is not English.
Integrated Reasoning (IR) scores range from 1 to 8 in single-digit intervals.
Most Integrated Reasoning questions require more than one response. Because the questions are designed to measure how well you integrate data to solve complex problems, you must answer all responses to a question correctly to receive credit, no partial credit is given.
GMAT i.e. Graduate Management Admission Test is world renowned test required to be taken by the candidates desirous of taking admission to more than 6,000 MBA or other management programmes offered by more than 2,200 universities and institutions throughout the world. GMAT is conducted by Graduate Management Admission Council or GMAC. The test can be taken up to five times a year and each attempt can be minimum 16 days apart.
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