I remember discussing my target GMAT score with my trainer on the day of my enquiry about Scoreleap. After giving my Mock, Scoreleap analyzed my weak and strong points. After hours of discussion and understanding my profile better, my trainer customized my study plan and prep classes. The frequent one -to- one discussions were definitely fruitful. When I was not even close to my dream score, my trainer still had confidence in me, that I could do it. He constantly motivated me and that's how I could push my limits. Every mock test was discussed in detail and there was a substantial growth in the score after every Mock test analysis. Scoreleap knows GMAT exam to its roots and would give special tips for each sections, especially sentence correction. I was able to answer all the sentence correction questions in less than a minute with the rules of the GMAT game (as my trainer funnily says). In the second attempt I almost doubled my Verbal score (V 16 to V 33). For students like me who are looking 100 points leap in a stipulated time frame, I highly recommend Scoreleap.
GMAT - 710
MBA | Queens University, Canada
I was struggling with a few questions, but instead of struggling harder with them, I jumped right over them to the next one (another advice from my trainer that I am grateful for).
GMAT - 690
MBA | Lazaridis School Of Business And Economics
If anyone understands the GMAT, it’s ScoreLeap. Mr. Kalyan not only teaches students how to take the test, but he also offers plenty of guidance specific to each student’s strengths and weaknesses