ADVANCE SC 

Sunday, October 09 2011 | 3:00 PM (IST)

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120 minutes
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About the Class

This is an advanced GMAT SC batch for those who have already covered the basics.

Language of instruction: English

Keywords: gmat verbal: sentence correction, gmat, gmat verbal

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CrackVerbal helps people achieve their educational and career goals through superior delivery mechanism and exceptional teacher quality.

About us:
For professionals who want to advance their careers, CrackVerbal provides GMAT Training and MBA Admissions Consulting of superior quality along with unmatched support. Unlike other test prep companies, CrackVerbal has made a no-compromise commitment to meeting our students' MBA needs. This is what has helped CrackVerbal grow from 6 students in a coffee shop in 2006 to India's fastest-growing test prep company, helping more than 1000 students every year!

We are able to attract absolutely the best teachers (average GMAT score of our faculty is 738) including MBAs from top schools such as ISB, and IIM-A PGPX. We then put them through an intensive training program before they come to teach in the class.

Our curriculum and teaching methodology goes through continuous revision by understanding the changing pattern of the test. We also take constant feedback from our students to understand about the various techniques that worked or did not work for them, and put that back into our research on questions, and teaching methods.

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