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(CA, CFA)

3 useful Tips on how I managed to get a 760/800 on my GMAT

Tip #1 Opt for In-class Training

A common misconception among GMAT test givers is that personal, one-on-one coaching yields more focused training and hence more effective learning which translates to higher scores. On the contrary, the classroom ambience, enables interaction with quality students and provides a platform to discuss challenging questions. I realised that it is these interactions that bridge the gap between a 640 and a 760. Spoon feeding just doesn’t help in aptitude exams like GMAT; the way it has helped us so far in our school exams. Mitul’s study material is so exhaustive and classes are so well designed that even students weak in math are able to cope despite the comparatively bigger batch size. In fact I would recommend to go for bigger batches only because of the associated energy level & fun during the sessions. Your understanding of the subject has nothing got to do with the batch size.

Tip #2 Just self-prep wont help

Being a CA or an engineer has no (or little) advantage to those preparing for GMAT. The CA or engineering curriculum has nothing in common with the syllabus or types of questions asked in aptitude exams such as GMAT, GRE, and CAT. I am a qualified CA with a 98.3 %ile score in the CAT. But I did feel the need of proper, structured training for my GMAT, given the difference between the two (especially DS, SC & RC). Also, regular classes ensure regularity, discipline and direction in preparation, which not possible with just self study. I have always thoroughly researched for coaching classes even for my CAT & CA exams and have always gone only by word of mouth and never fallen for tall claims by big brands. Since all my friends recommended Mitul, it was only logical that I join him.

Tip #3 Set your priorities right for the right training

Being a CA or an engineer has no (or little) advantage to those preparing for GMAT. The CA or engineering curriculum has nothing in common with the syllabus or types of questions asked in aptitude exams such as GMAT, GRE, and CAT. I am a qualified CA with a 98.3 %ile score in the CAT. But I did feel the need of proper, structured training for my GMAT, given the difference between the two (especially DS, SC & RC). Also, regular classes ensure regularity, discipline and direction in preparation, which not possible with just self study. I have always thoroughly researched for coaching classes even for my CAT & CA exams and have always gone only by word of mouth and never fallen for tall claims by big brands. Since all my friends recommended Mitul, it was only logical that I join him.

3 Mistakes I did not make to score a 340/340 on my GRE

Tip #1 Do not have 'typical engineering student' assumptions

Being an engineer (plus a Tamilian), I always had a myth that my math is very strong and that I don’t require any training in GRE; just self study from the material given by seniors would suffice. However, this myth was broken when I started preparing for the exam. Moreover I wanted to save money on my GRE classes which is the most stupid thing I have done in recent years. I hold my typical engineering instincts responsible for it. Haha!

Mitul’s approach in quant is so logical & different from the conventional & mechanical ways in which we have been studying maths in school & college. Initially the math topics seem easy thinking its the same stuff that we have been doing. But you realize the difference when you start solving questions. All I am saying that its not difficult but its different. It takes time for a person to get used to the question types & approach.

Tip #2 Crash Course doesn't work

This math (& verbal) was very different from what (& the way) we did in our school and college. The approach and thought process is completely different and has to be developed over a period of time. Common preparation books (like Manhattan) would just give an outline of the syllabus. The actual application is quite different. Hence a crash course won’t work. (Crash courses- again a common practice amongst we engineers) Reading Comprehension, building vocabulary, application of vocabulary, quantitative logic, etc -all take time to develop.

Tip #3 Do not blindly follow seniors' advices

Being a CA or an engineer has no (or little) advantage to those preparing for GMAT. The CA or engineering curriculum has nothing in common with the syllabus or types of questions asked in aptitude exams such as GMAT, GRE, and CAT. I am a qualified CA with a 98.3 %ile score in the CAT. But I did feel the need of proper, structured training for my GMAT, given the difference between the two (especially DS, SC & RC). Also, regular classes ensure regularity, discipline and direction in preparation, which not possible with just self study. I have always thoroughly researched for coaching classes even for my CAT & CA exams and have always gone only by word of mouth and never fallen for tall claims by big brands. Since all my friends recommended Mitul, it was only logical that I join him.

Gayathri Iyer

(Electrical Engg,

IIT Kharagpur)

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