Ram scored a 730 on the GMAT – Here’s how he did it!

Ram scored a 730 on the GMAT – Here’s how he did it!

A 4 minute readRam, a first-time test taker, scored 730 on the GMAT (Q49, V41) by leveraging his preparation resources the right way. He attributes his success to learning how to break down sentences to understand the meaning, following a structured approach to problem-solving that saved him time and leveraging Scholaranium module ofRead more…

GMAT Non-Native Speaker – 100 Points Improvement in 2.5 Months

GMAT Non-Native Speaker – 100 Points Improvement in 2.5 Months

A 5 minute readAnastasiia, a GMAT non-native speaker, achieved a 100-point score improvement with a verbal focused GMAT strategy. She credits her success to following a meaning-based approach and a structured way of learning to ace the GMAT verbal section. Learn more about how she improved her GMAT score to 740 (Q51 V39)Read more…

GMAT guidance from a 99 percentiler – Don’t guess answers

GMAT guidance from a 99 percentiler – Don’t guess answers

A 5 minute readAyush’s story of achieving a 99 percentile score (760) on the GMAT is of introspection and observation. Many GMAT takers struggle with time management but fail to understand that low ability and not, speed is the cause behind it. Ayush understood it and even after scoring 650 in his firstRead more…

How to score 750 on the GMAT – a non-native’s success story

How to score 750 on the GMAT – a non-native’s success story

A 8 minute readRead Rohan’s inspiring success story and look out for these key takeaways where he discusses: Overcoming his weakness in English created by his vernacular medium academic background Learning and applying the e-GMAT approaches and how it helped increase his score Managing a V40 despite scoring in just the 33rd percentileRead more…

GMAT Tips from a 760 scorer on balancing job and preparation

GMAT Tips from a 760 scorer on balancing job and preparation

A 5 minute read“A dream does not become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination, and hard work.” It took all of these in Dhananjaya’s case. His tryst with GMAT continued for 18 months along with a 12+ hour daily work schedule. His ‘never settle for less’ attitude pushed him to re-take GMATRead more…