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An orientation on study abroad planning & GMAT prep guide by Mitul Gada (Kindly spare around 15 min to read this ppt completely & carefully. Do not just browse through)

Where Can I study USA UK Europe Australia Academic Career Prospects Visa Regulations Costs Availability of Scholarships Poor Average Very Good Excellent Canada

www. mitulgada. com Breakup of Costs Average Annual Figures in USD Actual costs vary greatly depending on program type, degree level, university, geographic location, etc.

www. mitulgada. com Scholarships Graduate Assistantships • Teaching • Research Scholarships and Fellowships offered by Universities International Organizations offering Scholarships • Fulbright Commission • The United Nations • AMIDEAST • World Health Organization Trusts / Scholarships in India for Studies Abroad • K C Mahindra Scholarship • Nehru Trust for Cambridge University and Trinity College • Singapore International Airlines – Youth Scholarships • Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) • J N Tata Endowment • ITC Scholarships

www. mitulgada. com Loans International Banks • • With/Without Co-signer 1. Citibank 2. Bank of America Upto 25 years to repay Begin installments upon graduation or a year after Competitive Interest Rates (10 - 15%) Other Loan Programs • Access Group • Sallie Mae • International Education Finance Corporation Indian Banks • Security to be provided by parents • State Bank of India, Andhra Bank, Syndicate Bank, Canara Bank, Private Banks, Centurion Bank of Punjab • Upto 15 years to repay

www. mitulgada. com Application Procedure • Future Career (MBA/Masters) • Preferred Subject (Major) • Select destination(s) • Short-list Colleges (be realistic) Standardized Tests • GMAT • TOEFL / IELTS Additional requirements • Applications • Work Experience • Extracurricular Activities • Academic Transcripts • Essays • Recommendation Letters • CV’s/Resumes • Financial Aid/Scholarships

www. mitulgada. com TOEFL (Test Of English as a Foreign Language) • Accepted in the US, UK, Canada, Singapore • Internet-based Test (TOEFL i. BT) – Administered by ETS • 4 Sections - Listening , Speaking , Reading , Writing • All sections worth 30 points. Total score out of 120. Good Score 90+ • Scores valid for 2 years ; register at www. toefl. org • NO coaching required for an above average student • Get any 1 book out of: Barron’s, Kaplan, Princeton, Cliffs

www. mitulgada. com “The Application Race for the Aug intake” Decision Feb– May Prepare and Apply Complete Admns. For Shortlist GMAT- & Send Decisions Student Apps TOEFL Unis Visa Feb– Jun – Oct – Jan Mar– May– Jun Oct May Aug Pre Departure Orientation Jul– Aug

www. mitulgada. com How Important Are These Scores? Large University Small University Personals Scores Personals Grade Point Average Personals include Applications, Work Experience, Extra Curricular Activities

www. mitulgada. com How is the work experience evaluated ? • Number of years • Your value addition to the job • Professional and interpersonal skills developed • The stature of your company • Diversity of work experience among applicants • Your advancement

www. mitulgada. com Resumes LORs Essays, SOP, LORs Consider this a “sales pitch” Choose the “right recommender” Make a strong presentation of yourself and your qualifications Describe how you will contribute to the college’s unique community Talk about your characteristics and back them with examples Keep it concise, comprehensive, relevant Don’t use flowery language and please follow instructions Ensure its genuine Proof read for spelling errors

Study-abroad Consultants There are two types of study abroad consultants you come across: 1) Commission based agents who have B grade tie-up universities and who market themselves through newspaper ads, seminars or telemarketing. Beware of them. 2) Genuine study-abroad consultants who are very few in number and operate only on word of mouth. Always take some references of some past students before you approach them. We are not professional consultants and hence restrict ourselves only to test prep but we do guide our students regarding various aspects of applications based on our knowledge and our interaction with our ex-students including Masters v/s MBA, pros and cons of India v/s Asia v/s US v/s Europe, profile evaluation, where, how to apply, etc. We also help students with a list of genuine study -abroad consultants so that they can approach them easily.

www. mitulgada. com GMAT as a computer adaptive test The software calculates your score based on: • The number of questions you answer correctly • The difficulty of the questions you answer • The number of questions you complete • You loose more points for leaving questions incomplete than you do for an incorrect answer Questions that appear early in the test impact your score to a greater degree than do those that come toward the end of the exam

www. mitulgada. com Computer Adaptive Test Scoring Pattern 700 ü x Score/Difficulty ü 630 x 600 ü Amy 500 450 x ü 400 ü x Brian ü 300 200 1 2 3 4 Question # 5 6

www. mitulgada. com GMAT Structure Section Type Number of Questions Time Integraged Reasoning (IR) 12 (4 formats) [score out of 8 pts] 30 min AWA 1 essay (argument) [score out of 6 pts] 30 min Quantitative (Math) 31 (27 scored, 4 experimental) 62 min Verbal (English) 36 (30 scored, 6 experimental) 65 min

www. mitulgada. com Format of GMAT Section Verbal Type of Questions Duration Sentence Correction (8 Q approx) Critical Reasoning (13 Q approx) Reading Comprehension (15 Q approx) Total Questions 36 Quantitative 65 minutes Problem solving (17 Q approx) Data Sufficiency (14 Q approx) Total Questions 31 62 minutes

MATH • • • ARITHMETIC Number properties Fraction n decimal Percents Ratio n Proportion Averages (mean, median, mode) Exponents n roots • • ALGEBRA Basic Algebra Simple Equations Quadratic Equations Inequalities SYLLABUS GEOMETRY • Lines n angles • Triangles • Polygons • Circles • Solid Geometry • Co-ordinate Geometry • • MISCELLANEOUS Counting (P n C) Probability Rates (STD / Time n work) Sequence n Series

www. mitulgada. com TRIVIA • Register at www. mba. com • Costs U. S. $ 250 Postponing charges : $ 50 • An option of discarding the score. • Scores to 5 colleges free. $ 28 for each additional score. • Next attempt possible after 16 days. Maximum 5 attempts in a year. • Any date available if booked a week prior to the desired date • A decent score : 600+ ; Exceptional score : 700+ ; Average score worldwide : 537 • Score valid for 5 years.

www. mitulgada. com GMAT acceptance : Abroad: US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Singapore, Australia, New. Zealand, Middle east India: ISB Hyderabad & Mohali, S. P. Jain (global MBA), all IIMS (e-MBA), XLRI (GMP), MICA, The Great Lakes (Chennai), IMT Ghaziabad, MDI Gurgaon, Goa Institute of Management, TAPMI Manipal and many others…There are more than 150 colleges in India which accept GMAT scores.

www. mitulgada. com How is GMAT different from school/college syllabus exams? • importance of concepts • a lot of “reasoning & logic” involved • Questions based on mathematical reasoning (not maths) and verbal reasoning (not english) • methods and steps don’t matter • taking help from the options • Quick n Smart thinking required

www. mitulgada. com CAT is valid for only Indian schools, CET only for Maharashtra colleges whereas GMAT is accepted across the globe including most of the Indian colleges. Indian b-schools which accept CAT (http: //www. mitulgada. com/indianbschoolgmat. php) Click on the above mentioned link to know the list of collges in India which accept GMAT as a substitute for CAT. These days no one takes CAT when easy entry thru GMAT is possible for Indian colleges… For the following reasons… ü ü ü GMAT is much easier than CAT GMAT scores are valid for 5 years whereas CAT scores only for that particular year GMAT is conducted every day, where as CAT, only once a year There is no sectional cut off in GMAT, the way it is in CAT. GMAT requires only 4 months of preparation, while CAT requires atleast 8 -10 months of rigorous preparation.

www. mitulgada. com How is the GMAT testing related to practical life managerial aspects? • • time management stress management working with the available resources “out of the box” thinking

www. mitulgada. com The 2 factors on which your score depends: • inbuilt aptitude for this exam (which differs from person to person ; hence don’t compare and don’t generalize the study plan) • up-gradation till a certain level (taking genuine GMAT training, using the right material, taking authentic tests, organizing your study plan based on your strengths and weakness)

www. mitulgada. com The 3 imp skills for acing the quant sec: • Concepts • Understanding the language of the question. • Approach -Conventional - Modern Variables Substitution Equations Back solving n elimination Formulae Approximation Following the trend Visualization Diagramatic presentation Trial & error

www. mitulgada. com The 3 imp skills for acing the verbal section • in-depth grammar rules and its application (SC) • understanding the situation and analyzing it (CR) • reading and interpreting simultaneously (RC)

Authentic GMAT material (a big dilemma) Basic • • • GMAT math bible Kaplan GMAT math w. b. Nova GMAT Princeton review GMAT Manhattan series of GMAT books OG 10 th edition (or 18 th edition + quant review + verbal review) Advance • • Manhattan Challenge set Kaplan 800 Score top questions (700+) Mitul’s hard math & hard verbal questions ü Don’t use hard copies of books. Use only “soft copies” from day 1 so that you get accustomed to read from the computer screen. ü Newer editions doesn’t mean different and better questions…

www. mitulgada. com Please DON’T refer to : • CAT material • R. S. Aggrawal books • Barron’s GMAT • 9 th/10 th grade school books • Any un-authentic Non-GMAT material

www. mitulgada. com How to start your preparation? • part A (topic wise concepts n practice) • part B (section tests : PS, DS, RC, CR, SC) • part C (full length tests : 15 approx)

www. mitulgada. com • Best time to prepare (2 nd year of graduation or when u r relatively free at work front) • Total duration of preparation(for an above average student, 2 months without work/college and 3. 5 months along with work/college • Per day efforts (6 hrs. without work/college, 2 hrs with work/college) • Prioritize GMAT over your job, college, socials etc… (a half hearted preparation and attempt can cost u time, money and career plan)

www. mitulgada. com Bottom line • test of endurance (maintaining concentration for 4 hrs at a stretch) • test of maturity (keeping yourself calm n composed without getting panic) • test of smartness (you don’t have to be super intelligent to crack the GMAT; just be smart enough)

www. mitulgada. com Practice tests tips !! • start with easy tests; gradually move towards tougher ones • take atleast the last 5 tests along with AWA/IR sections • take the tests in ideal testing conditions • always check the explanatory answers after you complete the test. • different tests have different scoring patterns and different algorithms to calculate the score. So don’t panic.

www. mitulgada. com Importance of “genuine” GMAT TRANING • concepts n misconceptions • direction and regularity • pool of students to interact with • comparative performance • avoiding loss of opportunity cost (time n money)

www. mitulgada. com How are WE different ? ? • expertise : Mitul Gada 760, Mahrukh Manekshaw 720 • experience : exclusive GMAT experience of 18 yrs. • methodology : topic wise practice, sectional tests, full length tests • material : our own customized “GMAT power dvd” • Support : doubt solving sessions till the exam date

Our USP In most classes, you’ll find that the main person doesn’t teach and the training is delegated to other substandard subtitute trainers. And you are under an assumption that the training quality will be as good as the brand name itself. This is one of those imp factors which generally doesn’t occur while choosing the right prep center. So it may so happen that the person who sells you the product in the glorified way in the front office is an SRK & the person who actually teaches you may turn out to be a KRK ! At MGA, we don’t believe in delegating training. Something you wont find in most classes. The scores are directly propotional to the teaching style, the training quality, expertise & experience of the trainers. Mitul Gada takes all the Quant classes & Mahrukh Manekshaw takes all the verbal classes.

Classroom Training Structure In each class, you are provided with class sheets which is made of our own hand picked questions of every difficulty level (easy, medium, advance) and each type and variety including the past GMAT questions and keeping the current GMAT trend in mind. Each topic (math n verbal) is done indepth with concepts and shortcuts to give the optimum understanding of the topic The homework given in both math and verbal is expected to be completed during the weekdays from the ebooks in the GMAT power dvd. A healthy batch size to develop a healthy competition and reasonable interaction among the students.

GMAT “Power” DVD . (mrp Rs. 7500)

GMAT “Power” DVD (MRP Rs. 7500) • part A ( MBA podcasts : audio lectures) • part B ( ref material: 30 ebooks including Official Guide (10 th, 19 th edition), kaplan, princeton, manhattan books, arco, gmat bible, scoretop questions, a pool of around 5000 authentic GMAT questions including the past GMAT ques etc. so that from day 1, you practice everything from the comp screen and NOT from the hard copies, Audio-Video Lectures) • part C (100 sectional tests, 30 full length paper based tests, 40 full length computer based tests) • part D ( Application process guidelines including Checklists of documentations, Sample SOPs , LORs, Essays, Transcripts, bank statements, scholarship Forms, Visa checklists etc) • part E (TOEFL & IELTS)

Classflow MATH (each session of 5 hrs. ) ARITHMATIC ps-1 Introduction to GMAT, number properties (substitution, back solving, approximation, visualization, following the trend etc. ) ps-2 Percentages and DS-1 ps-3 Ratio n proportion, averages, mixture n solns ps-4 Fractions n decimals, exponents n roots, Basic Alegbra GEOMETRY ps-5 Plane Geometry (lines n angles, triangles, polygons, circles) ps-6 Solid Geometry, Co-ordinate geometry

MISCELLANEOUS ps-7 counting (p n c), ps-8 probability, mixtures n solutions ps-9 Rates (STD, time n work) ps-10 Inequalities, Sequence n Series • Doubt solving sessions

Classflow VERBAL CRITICAL REASONING SENTENCE CORRECTION READING COMPREHENSION CR-1 SC-1 RC-1 CR-2 SC-2 RC-2 SC-3 • • • AWA Integrated Reasoning (IR) doubt solving sessions

Options for students: • classroom training (most effective and recommended for concept learning) - Recommended • personal training (best effective for 1 -on-1 doubt solving and analysis of practice tests) • video-conference training (for students outside Mumbai) • A) Only material and test series(The GMAT power dvd priced @ Rs. 7500) • B) Entire GMAT consultancy (includes GMAT power dvd + test prep guidance + customized approach reg the books to be used and tests to be taken + step by step tailor-made course designed according to your strengths and weaknesses priced @ Rs. 12, 500 No classroom lectures included )

Classroom training v/s Personal training There are two aspects of GMAT training : 1) Concept learning; which is best done is an classroom ambiance with a small group of students preparing for the same exam, exchange of thought processes, interaction of ideas, healthy competition etc. . Collective learning is a very imp feature of classroom training. Moreover the teaching quality produced in a classroom can’t be produced across a dining table. 2) Doubt solving; of the homework, analysis of the tests, personal monitoring, regularity, fine tuning which is best done on one-on-one basis. Students generally have a myth that personal training gives them an extra edge as it will be more focused but actually it’s the other way round.

4 Golden Tips. . .

1 : Don’t be “penny wise pound foolish” • To students who have already scored decent (680+) on GMAT or a 95+ percentile in CAT and hence absolutely confident abt their concepts and approach, we generally recommend not to take any coaching as just preparing from our “GMAT power dvd” will suffice. We give all the necessary guidance reg how to go about the power dvd and draft a rough study plan for them. • But for those who haven’t been exposed to any kind of “entrance” training earlier definitely should not take any chance. They certainly miss the important concepts, shortcuts, smarter approaches, regularity, interaction with other GMAT students etc. which can happen only in a classroom ambiance. Not scoring on GMAT for the first time not only makes you spend 250$ again but also makes you waste a lot of time again. Moreover it also shakes your self belief. And all this is definitely not worth saving a few grands. You might as well finish it off once and for all by preparing in style and not leave any stone unturned.

• A lot of students who claim to “manage” GMAT on their own forget that they don’t have to manage it but have to “excel” at it. • The cost of GMAT training is not even 1/100 th of the total cost of your MBA/masters. • Some one charging lesser doesn’t make him/her a better trainer. • If studying on own from the books were enough, then there wouldn’t be any concept of GMAT training. Don’t take chances with your scores. An authentic GMAT training can only upgrade your scores. • Make sure that not only the concepts are in place, but also the over all planning reg the material, practice, approach, mock tests, analysis, booking the exam date etc. is impeccable.

2 : Beware of tall claims Ignorant students become easy prey to marketing gimmicks of Test Prep classes which lure them by tall claims, score guarantee & offers. • Don’t get carried away by any “guarantee score”. Use your common-sense. No body can give guarantee on your behalf. If at all a “guarantee” was possible, GMAT wouldn’t have existed in the first place !! • It’s the trainers & not the BRAND who help you upgrade your score. Hence meet the trainers personally to know their expertise and experience. • Some classes appoint special trainers only for the trial classes. Once the student enrolls, he never sees those trainers ever again! • You realize these problems only once you pay up as most of these test prep companies neither provide any testimonials nor any demo/trial GMAT sessions which helps you making a judicious choice.

• Hence we have uploaded a list of more than 200 students, along with their scores & email ids, so that you may have a reference check with few of them before you proceed. As a lot of these students are second timers, we have also mentioned their earlier trainers with whom they dint have a pleasant experience. You may check the authenticity of these email ids of copy-pasting them to view the facebook profile of that particular student. • “We are the only GMAT prep center in India to do so to maintain utmost transparency. ” 1) Randomly email 20 -30 students and ask them about their experience & value addition with us. 2) Attend demo/trial GMAT sessions at any of our centers so that before enrolling, you exactly know what you are paying for. Prior registration required. We generally recommend students to follow the above two steps with all the GMAT test prep companies that they have shortlisted. You cannot go wrong with this sensible and logical way of reference check.

www. mitulgada. com • • • • “Second Timers” Shagun Mehta, shagunmehta@gmail. com (previously joined Princeton) Manav Bhahmbhatt, manav. brahmbhatt@yahoo. in (Previously joined JAMBOREE) Siddharth Gupta, siddharthgupta 1234@gmail. com (previously joined JAMBOREE) Ankur Seksaria, 620, ankurseksaria@gmail. com (previously joined R. Saraswati, Vile Parle) Hitesh, electronic_rogue@yahoo. com (previously joined IMS) Vivek Laddha, 680, vivekladdha@gmail. com (previously joined TIME) Rachita Kumar, (matunga), rach. kumar@gmail. com (previously joined KGC, pedder rd) Merlyn D’souza, Merlyn. ds@gmail. com, (previously joined both Sonia Mutalia, khar & IMS) Nikhil Tanwani, (khar), nikhiltanwani@gmail. com (previously joined Sonia Mutalia, khar) Anand Piramal (Piramal group), 710, Harvard (previously joined Ezra, colaba) Puneet Sehgal, 720, (juhu), Darden, puneetsehgal@hotmail. com (previously joined GEEBEE, andheri) Nikhil Keswani, 680, nikhilkeswani@gmail. com (previously joined prof. Narsee, andheri) Uday Kumar, 680, yuukay 76@hotmail. com (previously joined Eduworld, churchgate) Rohan Suryavanshi, 750, Bhopal, rohans 69@gmail. com (previously joined Chopras, Kaplan)

3 : Traveling inconvenience : a trivial factor • Traveling convenience or inconvenience is a very trivial factor when it comes to authentic GMAT training. • Something closer to your place may not be a better place for GMAT training. • Traveling a bit is less painful than not getting the desired and deserving scores in GMAT. • Mentioned next is the details of few students who have understood and the above mentioned point and have travelled all the way to our Andheri / Kemps Corner center.

• Neeraj Dubey, dubey. neeraj@gmail. com (Thane) • Nikit Gangwani, 650, nikit. gangwani@gmail. com (Thane) • Mandar Vengurlekar, mandarvengurlekar@gmail. com (Dombivali) • Khushboo Gala, khushg 15@gmail. com (Bhandup) • Amit Salvi, amitsalvi 1984@gmail. com (Bhandup) • Siddharth Gupta, siddharthgupta 1234@gmail. com (Vashi) • Ajatshatru Kotwal, ajatkotwal@gmail. com (Vashi) • Rischav, rischav@gmail. com (Vashi) • Rahul Shah, 640, rahulmshah 08@gmail. com (Pune) • Paras Shah, paras 990@yahoo. com (Ghatkopar) • Hitesh, 690, hitesh 1221@gmail. com (Chembur) • Smit Badai, smitbadai@gmail. com (Pune) • Ruchi (kuwait), 660, ruchi 165@gmail. com • Nikhil Keswani, nikhilkeswani@gmail. com (Lagos, Africa) • Vivek Shah, 650, vivshah@gmail. com (U. K. ) • Kairus Kavarana, 660, kairuskavarana@gmail. com (Columbia, USA) & many more. . .

Prateek Chandak, Vashi, 9833257817 Ritish Nagpal, Vashi, 9833763370 Ajatshatru, vashi, 9819016332 Srinivasan, Vashi, 9769875329 Mohit Sampat, Vashi, 9820332025 Ajith Ramadas, Nerul, 08454040134 Neeraj Dubey, Thane, 9819210123 Saloni, Thane, 9920707929 Vivek Chaudhari, Thane, 8452915258 Utsavi Bokal, Thane, 9820987789 Sumit Shitole, Mulund, 9820306751 Mandhar, Dombivali, 9619475551 Ketan, Dombivali, 9820550427 Abhirath Anuwal, dombivali, 9920249073 Paras, ghatkopar, 9619372444 Arjun Patil, Ghatkopar, 9769253850 Rohit Mangtani, Ghatkopar, 9833072887 Puneet Ruparel, Ghatkopar, 9769517144 Hitesh, chembur, 9821287097 Rishav, Vashi, 9920457073 Smit, Pune, +919527113900 Deepak, Ghatkopar, 9867071116 Aditya Oak, Thane, 9833493484 Rushabh, ghatkopar, 9820595049 Ashwini Gangala, Thane, 9870667190 Vishal Kothari, Dombivali, 9619284540 Dauv Bafna, Thane, 9833392328 Khushboo Gala, Mulund, 9819674352 Gagandeep Singh, Thane, 9920898246 Nisha Jagtiani, Thane, 9820174849 Ketaki, Thane, 9769759317 Raza, Airoli, 9920794789

4 : Don’t be hasty • Just because you wake up late, that doesn’t mean you ll be hasty in taking the exam date or applying for b-schools. Just because you want to meet the deadlines, that doesn’t mean that you will take chances with your GMAT scores or the quality of your college. • Remember that the brand of a particular college is going to remain with you for the next 40 years of your life. Its still makes sense even if you have to defer your applications by one year in order to get quality education. • Give adequate time to you GMAT prep and take the exam only if you are confident enough to get the deserving and desired score. • Give sufficient time to your essays, Lo. Rs and other documentation in order to make your entire application as strong as possible.

• Our course includes not only the concepts, shortcuts, approach and practice but also regularity, direction and guidance regarding which topic to prepare from which book, which books to start with, which books to end with, which tests to take, when to take them, suitable time to appear for the exam and other imp things related to the exam and applications. • Our comments on the above mentioned aspects of training eliminate any scope of confusion and frustration among students, bring a lot of convenience and clarity in the training process and make sure that the prep is going in the right direction. • Crash Courses DO-NOT work in aptitude exams like GMAT-GRE-CAT, etc. Unlike how it happens in our syllabus exams in school & college, evolution of thought process in these exams is little gradual. It takes times to develop the required thinking, getting accustomed to the language and question types, getting familiar with the in-depth & tricky concepts and upgrade the reasoning/logic skills. So do not fall for Crash Courses wasting your time n energy.

Our students in HARVARD • Anand Piramal (Piramal group), 710 • Kulin Lalbhai, 770, redbrother@gmail. com • Astha Lalbhai • Edouard Delvaux, (Harvard 2 + 2 program) 660 • Shloka Nath, shloka. nath@gmail. com • Sachi Shah, (Harvard 2 + 2 program) 760 sachi. a. shah@gmail. com • Anuj Iyer, 333/340 GRE , anuj 1710@gmail. com & many more…

& in other TOP b-schools… • • • • • Revant Ruia (Essar group), Stanford Shom Hinduja (Hinduja group), Columbia Akshay Chugh, akshayc 7@gmail. com, Wharton Rohan Suryavanshi, rohans 69@gmail. com , Wharton Dhruvi Kanabar, dhruvi. dk@gmail. com , Wharton Aditi Jain, aditipjain@gmail. com, Wharton Devangi Nishar, devangi. nishar@gmail. com, Wharton Aditya Sharma, aditya 1000@hotmail. com, Wharton, LSE Kanishk Buddhia, kanishkbudhia@gmail. com , NYU Kairus Kavarana, kairuskavarana@gmail. com, Columbia Nikhil Jaisinghani, nikhiljaising@hotmail. com, Kellogg Jai Bhatia, jaibhatia@mac. com, Oxford Bijitendu Sarker, bijitendu@yahoo. com, LBS sloan Steve Sule, stevesule@gmail. com, LBS Gautam Kitchlu, gautamkitchlu@gmail. com, INSEAD France Aditi Doshi Mehta, doshi. aditi@gmail. com, INSEAD Singapore Apoorva Modi, apoorvamodi@gmail. com, LSE Shivani Sharma, sharmashivani 7@gmail. com, LSE

• Rahat Qazi, 660, rahat. qazi@gmail. com, HEC France • • • • • Amisha Gulati, amishagulati@yahoo. com, Babson Nikhil Keswani, nikhilkeswani@gmail. com, Babson Natasha Bharucha, natashabharucha@gmail. com, CASS Leesha Tirodkar, leesha_tirodkar@hotmail. com , CASS Dishank Kamat, 650, kdishank@gmail. com, Michigan ROSS Nitin Bajaj, 690, nitinsbajaj@gmail. com, Pepperdine L. A. Amit Agnihotri, 710, agniamit@gmail. com, HEC France Sreenivas Prabhu, 670, sreenivasprabhu@yahoo. com ESADE Neha Tankhiwale, 700, nehatankhiwale@gmail. com , Emory Vishakha Sheth, 680, vishakhaseth 90@gmail. com, LSE Piya Mehra, piyamehra 83@gmail. com, Chicago Booth Vijeta Shah, vijeta 19@rediffmail. com , IIM – A Rahul Chaudhary, 770, rahul. bits. 09@gmail. com IIM – C Sudha Sharma, IIM-C, sudhasharma. m@gmail. com Snigdh Verma, 660, snigdh@gmail. com, XLRI Advait Chaturvedi, advaitchaturvedi@dunelm. org. uk , LBS Disha Shah, 730, dishak 87@gmail. com, Columbia

• • • • Mannan Khanna, mannankhanna@hotmail. com, Cornel Neha Tamhane, nehatamhane 18@gmail. com, NYU Radha V, radha. venkatraman@gmail. com, Columbia Pallavi Mehra, pallavi. mehra 13@gmail. com, NYU Hiral Sanghvi, hiralsanghavi 88@gmail. com, Kellogg (120 k scholarship) Benjamin, 710, kilojillo@gmail. com, Kellogg Tony Joseph, 720, tonyj 220@gmail. com, NYU Mrunal, 710, mrunal_shah@yahoo. com, Rotman Nikita Chatterjee, nikitachatterjee@hotmail. com, Rotman Deepanshu Jain, j_deepanshu 20@hotmail. com, RIT Shailza Khan, shailza. sankhyan@gmail. com, NUS Singapore Pooja Choksi, poojamchoksi@gmail. com, Yale Abhirath Anuwal, 760, abhirath. anuwal@gmail. com, Yale Sriram Venkateswaran, Rotman

• • • Sushant Marathe, 710, sushant. marathe@gmail. com, LBS, Nikita Sule, 710, nikitasule@gmail. com, Michigan Ross Siddharth Karnavat, sidkarnavat@gmail. com, Columbia Hardik Dutia, hardikdutia@gmail. com, Cornell Pooja Choksi, Yale Abhirath Anuwal, 760, abhirath. anuwal@gmail. com Yale & in ISB… • • Kshemal W, kshemalw@gmail. com Karan Solanki Sankh Shubhra Siddharth Gupta, siddharthgupta 1234@gmail. com Dr. Dhaval Jhamb, 730, drdhawal@gmail. com Tej Dabholkar, 700, tej. dabholkar@gmail. com Hersh Rathi, 690, rathihersh 05@gmail. com Tanya Sharma, 660, tanya 6100@gmail. com

• • • • Srishti Bakshi, 660, srishti. bakshi@gmail. com Neha Mansukhani, neha. mansukhani@gmail. com Karishma Bhatia, 710, karishma 19@gmail. com Anmol Trikinnad, 660, anmolt 83@gmail. com Rhianna Prabhu, rhianna. prabhu@gmail. com Riday Thakur, ridayt@gmail. com Jinal Sanghavi, 760, YLP, jinals 92@gmail. com Hritika Shah, 740, hritz. s 2911@gmail. com Fakhruddin, 720, ruddin. hd@gmail. com Param Bindra, 750, parambindra@hotmail. com Prajakta Samant, psamant 42@gmail. com Naomi Domnique, naomidominique@gmail. com Nidhi Bawa, bawa. nidhi@gmail. com Pratiksha Daftari, pratiksha 1290@gmail. com Rohan Gupta, 710, rohangupta 61@gmail. com Rutu Shah, 720, rutushah 142@gmail. com & many more… .

Top scorers… Sahil Arora, 700, sahil. arora@gmail. com Manoj Nair, 700, manojdevnair@gmail. com Devesh, 700, deve 57@gmail. com Mugdha Mishra, 720, mishra. mugdha@gmail. com Divyesh Kumar (D. K. ), 670, dsawilani@yahoo. com Pranav Chaturvedi, 690, pranav. p. chaturvedi@gmail. com Ruchi D’souza, 650, Kuwait, ruchi 165@gmail. com Nirant Sanghvi, 620, nirant. s@gmail. com Kinnari Shah, 650, kinnari 987@gmail. com Mitul Patel, 660, mitul 1982@gmail. com Nikit Gangwani, 650, nikit. gangwani@gmail. com Bhumika Shah, 640, bhumika. k. shah@gmail. com Rahul Shah, 640, rahulmshah 08@gmail. com Mrunal, 710, mrunal_shah@yahoo. com Sheldon D’souza, sheldondszg@gmail. com Kinnari Shah 650, kinnari 987@gmail. com Seema khemka, seema_k 12@hotmail. com Arshan Bhatena, arshan_bhatena@hotmail. com Nipuna Munshi, nipuna. munshi@gmail. com Mikhil Shah, mikhilshah@gmail. com Mehma Singh, 620 mehma@hotmail. com Devina Deshpande, 720, devinad 88@gmail. com

Sahil Shah, sahil 84@gmail. com Shuchi, shuchi 777@rediffmail. com Ashish Jain, aashish_336@yahoo. co. in Pragya, pragya 911@gmail. com Sasha Joan, sashajoan@gmail. com Avani Wadhwani, 620, avani_w@hotmail. com Aditya Sangle, 740, adityasangle@gmail. com Ajay Aswani, 660, ajayaswani@gmail. com Aarti Karia, 720 aarti_karia@hotmail. com Aseem Nambiar, 750, aseemnambiar@gmail. com Vikram Kukreja, vikramdityakukreja@gmail. com Sahil Kukreja, sahilkukreja 99@gmail. com Esha Dugar, eshadugar@gmail. com Rutu Shah, shah_rutu@hotmail. com Trimaan Chandok, trimaan_chandock@hotmail. com Ridhi Ghelani, ridhighelani@hotmail. com Nikhil Kaul, 700, kaulnikhil@rediffmail. com Rashi Sanghvi, 740, aam_cute@hotmail. com Lakhprit Singh, lakhprit. singh@gmail. com Pranav Patil, pranav 555@gmail. com , Kshitij Shah, 730, stuli 1989@gmail. com Ashitosh Palriwal, 720, ashu. palri@gmail. com

Adir Bhastekar, admire_kids@rediffmail. com Robin Dsouza, robindsouza 87@gmail. com Kunal Lala, 670, kunal. lala@gmail. com Pranay Ambwani, pranayambwani@gmail. com Karan Sharma, karansk@gmail. com Sawmya Jagannath, sawmyaj 86@gmail. com Amrit Pal Singh, 630, amritpalsinghsaini@yahoo. co. in Abhilash Joseph, josephabhilash@rediffmail. com Soham Narang, 740, sohamnarang@gmail. com Advait Phatarford, advait. phatarfod@gmail. com Sakshi Sehgal, sakshisa 06@gmail. com Rhianna Prabhu, 690, rhianna. prabhu@gmail. com Dipti Hingorani, 680, dipti. hingorani@yahoo. com Rayomand Pastakia, rayomand. pastakia@hotmail. com Hiral Sanghavi, 720, hiralsanghavi 88@gmail. com Mihika Baruah, mihikabaruah@gmail. com Bhavik Khandhar, bhavikkhandhar@gmail. com Zahir Kachwalla, zahir. kachwalla@gmail. com Prachi Parikh, prachi 89@gmail. com Radhika Mehta, radz. mehta@gmail. com

Anish Jain, 720, jainanish 87@gmail. com Archit Chitnis, 700, archit. nis@gmail. com Siddharth Arora, 680, sidarora@gmail. com Abhinav Adya, adya. abhinav@gmail. com Mayur Totla, mayurtotla@gmail. com Rohit Sadhwani, rohit. sadhwani@gmail. com Ankit Sharma, ankit. b. sharma@gmail. com Sean Joseph, 660, mathew_sean@hotmail. com Priyanka Goyal, 700, priyanka. j. goyal@gmail. com Muhammad Antulay, 730, muhammadantulay@gmail. com Ankit Sanghvi, 680, sanghviankit@gmail. com Rikin Kapadia, rikinkapadia@gmail. com Nikhar Kedia, 720, nikharkedia@gmail. com Dhriti Udeshi, 640, dhriti 89@hotmail. com Anup Pandit, 680, anup. pandit@gmail. com Parth Joshi, 660, parth 14895@gmail. com Mohit Batra, mohitbatra@gmail. com Shivani Kumra, shivanikumra@gmail. com Rishabh Singhvi, rishabh 202 a@gmail. com Abhishek Jani, abhisjani@gmail. com

• • • • • Upasana Todi, 710, upasanatodi@gmail. com Puja Vora , 680, pujavora 88@gmail. com Chaitali Parmar, 660, chaitali. parmar 88@gmail. com Sharanya Rao, 680, sharanyarao 87@gmail. com Komal Bajaj, 700, komalbajaj 87@hotmail. com Tony Joseph, 720, tonyj 220@gmail. com Venassa Dcruz, 670, dcruz. vanessa@gmail. com Siddharth Patel, 680, siddharth@ecopowerindia. com Akshay Hemrajani, 700, akshayhemrajani@hotmail. com Karan Kapur, 770, karankapur 13@gmail. com Vivek Shah, 660, vivshah@gmail. com Faraz Malik, 710, faraazs. malik@gmail. com Ruhi Saraf, 700, ruhi. saraf 14@gmail. com Jehana Vazifdar, 760, jehanav@gmail. com Ariha Doshi, 730, doshiariha@gmail. com Purna Khatau, purnakhatau@gmail. com Tarini Kumar, tkumar 1@swarthmore. edu Aditya Manjrekar, 690, adimanjrekar@gmail. com Gauri Sharma, 710, gauri 92@hotmail. com Hardik Dutia, 690, hardikdutia@gmail. com

• • • • • Mohit Batra, 710, mohitbatra@gmail. com Rushabh GMAT new, 720, rushabhg@hotmail. com Nikhil Dandekar, 660, nikhildan@gmail. com Fahad (Mrunal), 680, fahdfakih@gmail. com Shivani Mittal, 710 Shohan Mehta, 640, shohanmehta@hotmail. com Pri Shewakramani , 660, prenks@gmail. com Daniel Fernandes, 690, danielfernandez@rocketmail. com Monal Mishra, 690, monal. mishra@gmail. com Pratik Malia, 690, pratikmalia@gmail. com Karan Soorma, 730, karansoorma@gmail. com Shaurya Mehta, 640, shaurya. edu@gmail. com Palakh Saraogi, 720, palakhsaraogi@gmail. com Param Bindra, 750, parambindra@hotmail. com Aarti Jethwani, 680, jethwani. aarti@gmail. com Karshit Shah, 680, karsh. shah@gmail. com Sameera Nadkarni, 700, samira 2685@gmail. com Abhinav Sureka, abhinav. sureka@gmail. com Ruchi Sheth, 700, ruchi. sheth 1@gmail. com, Sheetal Nariani, 710, sheetalnariani@gmail. com

• • • • • • Adit Shah, 720, aditshah 18@gmail. com Shweta Khandelwal, 710, shwetak 89@gmail. com Mustufa Shah, 700, mustufasshah@gmail. com Karan Teckchandani, 690, karanteck@hotmail. com Vyal A, 690, vyal 87@gmail. com Rashna Patel, 700, rashnapatel 88@hotmail. com Abhirath Anuwal, 760, abhirath. anuwal@gmail. com Nitaant Minaar, 700, nitaant 77@hotmail. com Manan Shah, 720, mananshahc@gmail. com Nikhil Jones, 730, nikhil. jones. s@gmail. com Riya Chhabra, 740, chhabra. riya@gmail. com Anushi Jain, 690, anushi. jain 22@gmail. com Vishal Bharadwaj, 730, vishal. b 31@gmail. com Manan Manek, 670, manekmanan@gmail. com Shaishavi Kadakia, 720, shaishavi. kadakia@gmail. com Rohan Motwani, 740, rohanmotwani@gmail. com Saurabh Sekhsaria, 710, sekhsaria. saurabh@gmail. com Shoumi Mittra, 700, shoumi. mittra@gmail. com Agam Garg, 710, agam. iitb@gmail. com Aditya Singhal, 700, adi. sin 777@gmail. com Aashni Gandhi, 730, gaashni@gmail. com Rahul Chatterjee, 700, razultull@gmail. com

• • • • • • Shruti Jain, 700, shrutij 17@yahoo. com Lynell Amanna, 710, Lynellamanna@live. com Aangi Shah, 690, aangibshah@gmail. com Manan Tijoriwala, 720, tijoriwalamanan@gmail. com Rushabh Mehta, 700, rushabhm 1989@gmail. com Avinash Modi, 710, avinaashmodi 91@gmail. com Sushant Marathe, 710, sushant. marathe@gmail. com Ronak Borana, 680, ronch 91@gmail. com Varun Arora, 710, varun. arora 89@hotmail. com Aaron Alex, 680, aaron 231189@gmail. com Akshay Daga, 710, akshay. daga 007@gmail. com Harshit Pande, 710, pande. h 8885@gmail. com Tiya Jain, 720, tiyaj 12@gmail. com Vanshdeep Madan, 710, vanshdeepmadan@gmail. com Saurabh Sharma, 710, Saurabh_cbs@yahoo. com Rashima Vatnani, 710, vatnanirashima@gmail. com Rohit Kant, 700, rohitkant 01@gmail. com Priya Taliwal, 710, priya. taliwal@gmail. com Yash Rajani, 720, yashrajani 95@yahoo. co. in Vaishnavi Shetty, 720, Vaishnavi 11. shetty@gmail. com Anuj Shah, 710, anuj_k_shah@hotmail. com Karan Vaswani, 730, karanvaswani 1990@gmail. com

Mitul Gada & Associates Mitul Gada & Associates 4 th floor, A-wing, Damodar Mahal, BEST complex, lane opp. to Shalimar hotel, Next to Mc Donalds, behind birdy’s, above Sinhal’s classes Kemps Corner Opp. Railway station, Mumbai - 36 Andheri (W) Mumbai – 400058 (Nearest Staion Grant Road-W) Email : math@mitulgada. com Web : www. mitulgada. com Mobile : +91 98197 15357

Batch timings : Andheri : Saturday 2 to 5 pm (Verbal, 3 hrs) - Sunday 2: 30 pm to 7: 30 pm (Quant, 5 hrs) OR Tuesday 1 pm to 6 pm (Quant, 5 hrs) Kemps Corner: Saturday 2 to 7 pm (Quant, 5 hours) - Sunday 10 to 1 pm (Verbal, 3 hours) {“Only Sunday” option available for professionals working 6 days a week} Total duration : 4 months - phase A - 3 months / 10 weekends - lectures phase B – 15 days – Sectional tests phase C – 15 days – Full length tests 95 contact hrs. (highest in India) Cost : (w. e. f. 1 st June 2019) Complete GMAT classroom training: Rs. 38, 000/- (Quant, Verbal, AWA, IR) – recommended (TOEFL / IELTS included) Only Quant : Rs. 29, 000/- (Includes material & guidance for verbal as well) Only Verbal: Rs. 21, 000/- (Includes material & guidance for Quant as well) (TOEFL / IELTS included) (All charges above are inclusive of all taxes, material, mock tests, GMAT power DVD priced at Rs. 7500, TOEFL / IELTS & basic counseling) Payment mode: cash / cheque / Online Transfer

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P. S. – We DO NOT have smaller batches. If we had to divide our students into smaller batches, we would have had to hire other substandard trainers which would dilute the training quality. Something what happens at most places around. We don’t delegate training. All the classes are taken by Mitul Gada & Mahrukh Manekshaw. Smaller batch size doesn’t make us better trainers. Nor it ensures more understanding of the concepts. Nothing matters more than the teaching style, experience & expertise of the trainers, feedback & scores of the past students, material used, etc. Moreover in competitive exams including CAT, CET, CA, CFA, IIT, etc. , one needs bigger batches to develop that ambiance of collective learning & healthy competition. These exams CAN NOT be cracked by Personal Training!

• MGA takes pride in being one of the only 4 Test Prep Classes (The only in Mumbai) to be recommended by the GMAC & endorsed as the most authentic test prep center in Mumbai for the GMAT training. • This is based on the survey of scores & feedback taken from the students in the past 3 years. • MGA is also appointed as the official trainer for SPJAT in Mumbai.

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