GMAT coaching in Hyderabad

Best GMAT coaching in Hyderabad is available in Stanford Review as its trainers are well experienced . GMAT coaching center has become indispensable as more and more people are taking GMAT test in order to quality for M.B.A admissions in U.S. Though there are so many GMAT coaching institutes , the best are rare . So its mandates us to check the credentials of the right GMAT training institutes .

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Since they are so many brands out there which constantly lure students with fascinating advertisements , care must be taken not to fall for the traps of these so called GMAT exam preparation centers which promise moon . usually students run after top brands ; some go after institutes where their friends join . But we have seen several GMAT coaching centers where students have taken coaching , but these guys have not reached their targets . I am not blaming these companies but cautioning our students to look for several factors that determine a good GMAT coaching center.

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First and foremost factor is that a good GMAT coaching center should give you a strategy . Strategy is the game plan as to how to score higher . With out this , several GMAT training centers are teaching some approaches which work only in theory. Here at Stanford GMAT coaching center, we have a definite game plan, and whatever a student does in class or at home is part of the game plan which ultimately help him to hit the bull’s eye. At Stanford Review ACT coaching center ,. we follow definite game plan that is why majority of our students are scoring higher that their target .

Third , whether the student is being pushed out once he completes the stipulated number of ours or he can continue his classes till he is confident . Here is where we make really difference as we ask our students to continue to take support from us till he gives final test. So we call our course unlimited number of hours course.

Finally, price ! not all students can afford hefty price tags . As on date , some so called top brands charge 30,000/ for GMAT . But our charges are much much lower than that . So all students can afford our price. If any student approaches us and asks for further discount , we will definitely lower that price further.

Quality graduate business programs worldwide rely on the GMAT to make admissions decisions.

Explore the reasons why taking the GMAT exam positions you for success.

  • Why the GMAT exam is the test of choice among students worldwide.
  • Why schools trust and prefer the GMAT exam.
  • How preparing for the GMAT exam can give you the confidence to succeed in the classroom.
  • Why employers demand and value the skills demonstrated on the GMAT exam, especially integrated reasoning.
  • How official GMAT prep tips, tools, and resources can give you the confidence you need to succeed.

You have three and a half hours to complete the four sections of the GMAT exam – Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal. At the test center, just before your exam begins, you can select the order in which you want to complete the sections.

GMAT Test Section # of Questions Question Types Timing
Analytical Writing Assessment 1 Topic Analysis of Argument 30 Minutes
Integrated Reasoning 12 Questions Multi-Source Reasoning Graphics Interpretation Two-Part Analysis
Table Analysis
30 Minutes
Quantitative 37 Questions Data Sufficiency Problem Solving 75 Minutes
Verbal 41 Questions Reading Comprehension
Critical Reasoning
Sentence Correction
75 Minutes
Total Exam Time/td>     3hrs, 30 minutes

Three options will be available for your exam’s section order:

  • Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, Verbal (original order)
  • Verbal, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment
  • Quantitative, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment

There is no “correct” or “recommended” section order to select. This choice simply gives you more control and flexibility to take the GMAT exam based on your strengths and testing preferences.

he GMAT exam is much more than just a score. It puts you in charge of your future.

After you take the GMAT exam, you will receive five scores: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, Verbal, and Total. A new score feature now enables you to preview your unofficial GMAT scores before deciding whether to accept or cancel them. The change gives you more control of your score reporting. Learn what GMAT scores mean to you and to admissions professionals.

GMAT scores shine a spotlight on the skills you need to succeed in business school.


The GMAT total score is composed of the Verbal and Quantitative sections of the exam.

What It Measures:

The GMAT exam measures the test taker’s ability to assess higher-order reasoning skills (verbal, quantitative, analytical writing and integrated reasoning) and has proven validity in predicting success in the first year of graduate management education.

Score Range:

Total GMAT Scores range from 200 to 800. Two-thirds of test takers score between 400 and 600.

GMAT Scores also include a Percentile Ranking. This number indicates the percent of test takers that you performed better than. A ranking of 75% means that 25% of test takers performed as well or better than you and 75% did not do as well. While your score will not change, the Percentile Ranking may. Rankings are recalculated every summer using exam data from the prior three years.

What you should know:

You will be able to see your unofficial scores immediately after completing the exam and then have an opportunity to accept or cancel those scores. A self-canceled score will appear as a “C” on future score reports sent to you, but is not included on the Official GMAT Score Report sent to schools. If you accept the scores you will be given a print out of unofficial scores. If you cancel your scores, then change your mind you will have the opportunity to reinstate those scores.

The Official GMAT Score Report sent to schools include the following scores from every reportable exam completed in the past five years: Total, Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA), Integrated Reasoning, Verbal and Quantitative. It will also include the most recent AWA essay response, and the background information you provided when you created your GMAT profile.

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