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Highest number of faculty driven classes


Over 75 hours of classes for GRE
Highest number of concept classes in this industry with QA-33 hours, VA-32 hours
Special Sessions for AWA on writing skills
Highest rated faculty including IIM /IIT/FMS Alumni who are Gold medallists/ Industry veterans.

Personal Attention Guaranteed


Classroom entry only after submission of homework and sectional tests
Not more than 10 Students in a batch.

Library and Online Support


Well stocked library with over 400 books.
Whatsapp group and Android App to ensure complete online support

Session Plan

Area Session Hours
Strategies for Reading Comprehension 1 2
Audio-Visual Vocabulary-1 1 2
Audio-Visual Vocabulary-2 1 2
Vocab Session- Understanding word roots-1 1 2
Strategies for Critical Reasoning / Boldface Questions 1 2
Vocab Session- Understanding word roots-2 1 2
Cracking Sentence Equivalance Questions-2 1 2
Critical Reasoning/ Boldface Questions- Practice Session 1 2
Cracking Test Completion- Strategies 1 2
Text Completion Practice Session 1 2
Reading Comprehension -Practice Session 1 2
Text Completion/ Sentence Equivalence- Practice Session 1 2
Text Completion/ Sentence Equivalence- Round Up and Analysis 1 2
Reading Comprehension- Round Up and Analysis 1 2
Practice Test and Discussion 3 4
Total 17 32

We provide you the most exhaustive and most elite Classroom Coaching for the GRE, with 75+ hours of instruction in class. The classes are taken by highly experienced, fixed and same faculty who teach with the right mix of humour, content and discipline. Quantitative Aptitude classes are taken in a manner that emphasises Logic and Common sense. You would also get comprehensive inputs on Vocabulary using Videos and audio visual presentations. We use real life examples to ensure better retention.

Every Aptitude question can be solved using basic concepts which are covered in detail in class. After every class you get an assignment defined in 3 levels of difficulty- basic, average and difficult- which contains past official Questions based on concepts you were taught the same day. Further in the next class you would be tested on the concepts and questions covered in the previous class.

Service and Quality being our main concerns, we have decided to place an upper cap on the total number of students that we take for our GRE program. We take only 10 students in each batch and not more.

The following pedagogic tools are employed by the faculty to ensure better learning and greater retention.

Highest number of Concept Classes

33 Hours of Concept Classes for Quant, 32 Hours for Verbal.

Personalized Doubt Clearing Sessions

Clear all your doubts in concepts & questions with the same classroom faculty

Video Lectures for Revision

You can revise concepts taught in class later on from the comfort of your home.

Special Analytical Reading Classes

Extensive Analytical Reading sessions to build ability in students to comprehend the toughest GRE passages.

Master Logical Thinking& Mental Mathematics.

Focus on Mental Mathematics and Logical Maths techniques to ensure faster question&puzzle solving which will ensure you are a champ at the QA Section.

Audio Visual Vocabulary

Exhaustive 12 hours of Vocabulary Training which covers nearly 1000 High Quality words using Audio Visual Tools and Presentations and Sessions on Word Roots.

Weekly Homework & Review

Class entry is permitted only if you submit your weekly homework.

Online & Offline testing of Concepts

In the next class you would be tested on the concepts and questions covered in the previous class.

What is the GRE ?

The Graduate Record Examination is a test created and administered by the Education Testing Service(GTS). It is used as an admission criteria by most graduate programmes in the United States. It has four sections which aim to measure quantitative reasoning, verbal reasoning, analytical writing and critical thinking skills of candidates. The importance given to the GRE varies from Department to department. Further the way the scores are looked at also varies from B School to B School. Thus an Engineering department might not consider the verbal score an important component of its admission criteria, while a humanities department may consider it the most important criteria. Increasingly business schools are also accepting the GRE as an admission test in place of the GMAT.

Sections of the GRE

Analytical Writing task:

This is always the first task. It consists of two sub sections. The issue task and the argument task. In the issue task one is required to write an essay on an issue from a list of topics that is available on the ETS website. The test taker has 30 minutes to write the essay. In the “Analysis of an issue “ task a test taker has to critique an argument given for logical weakness. He has to suggest ways to improve the argument. He has 30 minutes for this task also.

Verbal Ability Section:

Each verbal section consists of about 6 text completion, 4 sentence equivalence, and 10 reading comprehension question. Thus each section has 20 questions to be finished in 30 minutes. The verbal section was significantly restructured in the new GRE with the removal of rote based vocabulary learning. Yet the new GRE remains quite a vocab heavy test with both text completion and sentence equivalence questions requiring a fluency with vocabulary. There are two verbal ability sections in each GRE

Quantitative Section:

The Quantitative Section tests high school level mathematics and has 20 questions to be done in 35 minutes. Concepts checked include those of arithmetic, numbers, algebra and geometry. Each quantitative section consists of about 8 quantitative comparisons, 9 problem solving items, and 3 data interpretation questions. Since 2011 there are also numeric entry questions where one has to key in a number and multiple answer questions where one has to select multiple answers which may be correct.

Experimental Section:

Apart from the two quantitative and two verbal sections there is also usually an experimental section by the ETS which is used for psychometry for future tests. It may be either a verbal section or a quantitative aptitude section. It does not count towards ones finals score. However one must perform equally well on all sections as there is no way to identify which is the experimental section.

Duration and Fees:

The test is of 3 hours and 45 minutes including 1 minute breaks between sections and a 10 minute break after the third section. The test fees was $195 as of March 2016.

How is the GRE Scored?

While earlier the GRE was scored out of 800 for both the verbal and the quantitative aptitude sections. Currently each of these sections is scored out of 170. The range of scores is 130-170. Thus a person can get all questions wrong , yet he would score 130; he may get one or more questions wrong and yet score a perfect 170. The analytical writing task is scored from 0 to 6, in half point increments.

Is the GRE Computer Adaptive?

The GRE is adaptive in a multistage manner. Thus within a section there is no adaptability of the difficulty of questions like the GMAT, however once a section is completed the difficulty increases or decreases for the next section based on the individuals performance in the previous section. This is intended to make the testing more comfortable for test takers and not unduly penalise those who are poor starters and also give them a decent opportunity to deal with the stress on test day

Session Plan

Area Session Hours
Strategies for Reading Comprehension 1 2
Audio-Visual Vocabulary-1 1 2
Audio-Visual Vocabulary-2 1 2
Vocab Session- Understanding word roots-1 1 2
Strategies for Critical Reasoning / Boldface Questions 1 2
Vocab Session- Understanding word roots-2 1 2
Cracking Sentence Equivalance Questions-2 1 2
Critical Reasoning/ Boldface Questions- Practice Session 1 2
Cracking Test Completion- Strategies 1 2
Text Completion Practice Session 1 2
Reading Comprehension -Practice Session 1 2
Text Completion/ Sentence Equivalence- Practice Session 1 2
Text Completion/ Sentence Equivalence- Round Up and Analysis 1 2
Reading Comprehension- Round Up and Analysis 1 2
Practice Test and Discussion 3 4
Total 17 32

Class Teachers

Ankit Gaur

    Serial All India XAT topper
    CAT 99.99%iler (Quant and DI)
    B.Sc.(Honours) Mathematics, M.Sc. Maths
    "Immense experience of over 10 years of teaching, and cracking CAT 10 times having sent thousands of students to Top B Schools"

Hriday G Sarat

    An MBA from FMS, Delhi
    UPSC Entrance Rank 2 holder
    Assistant Commissioner with the Government of India for 18 Months
    "The best faculty for GD/PI/ WAT and GK who has an experience of 7+ years in the education sector"

Achal Khanna

    Master trainer of Verbal Logic and widely respected faculty for Verbal Ability for the CAT
    17+ years of work experience in guiding thousands of students to 99+ scores in VA/RC
    Top Ranked faculty
    of every national level CAT Coaching institute earlier

Nidhi Sharma

    An Alumna of St. Stephen’s Delhi
    IIT Roorkee (Gold Medallist)
    NCR Topper in Board exams & University top Ranker
    "Sectorial Insights expert at AnkGanit, with experience at Bhabha Atomic Research center and India No. 1 PSU"
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