Scores
  • GMAT : Apoorva G 750
  • GMAT : Raghu V 700
  • GMAT : Mannik 730
  • GMAT : Arun J : 720
  • GMAT : N Teja : 680
  • GMAT : Kadambari K - 700
  • GMAT : Venkataraman Rajraman 760
  • GMAT : Darshan 730

Classes

Course Variants:

GMAT Superia (50 hrs):
Our GMAT training course in Chennai is a comprehensive program created for beginners. The following areas of testing are covered thoroughly: math, verbal, essay and integrated reasoning.

GMAT Verbal Course (30 hrs):

This program is designed for those who are prepared for the Math, but need lots of help in verbal or those who scored lower than expected in earlier attempts.
This course covers three following areasl: sentence correction, critical reasoning, and reading comprehension.

GMAT One-On-One (Customized)

In one-on-one course you have the option of having either superia or verbal course delivered individually. Program, timing  can be customized to your needs.

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GMAT Tips

Reading Comprehension psg 1 (Updated On 10/6/2016)

Passage 1

Since the Hawaiian Islands have never been conne...   
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solution for 10 min test 2.2.2016 (Updated On 2/11/2016)

1. Alice take home pay last year was the same every month. She  saved the f...   
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solution for test 14.12.2015 (Updated On 1/10/2016)

1. How many numbers are there with exactly two 2s from 1 to 999? Know more...

solutions for ten min test 26.11.2015 (Updated On 11/30/2015)

1.A tourist wants to visit 3 or more of the 5 major cities : D,M,C,X and B. ...   
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solutions for 10min test 17.11.2015 (Updated On 11/18/2015)

1.
For every positive even integer n, the function h(n) is defined to ...   
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solutions for speed test 28.10.2015 (Updated On 10/30/2015)

1. A certain car travels 48kms on a litre of fuel. If the fuel content decreas...   
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solution for 10 min test 10.8.2015 (Updated On 10/16/2015)

1. Team A takes 42 days to complete a project. If team A works in collaboration wi...   
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solution for 10 min test 26.9.2015 (Updated On 9/29/2015)

1. The grass on a ranch grows at a constant rate every week. 240 cows will eat u...   
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solution for 10 min test with G 22.9.2015 (Updated On 9/26/2015)

1. If P and Q are positive integers and  Sqrt(pq)= 8, then which of th...   
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Solution for 10min test 15.9.2015 (Updated On 9/19/2015)

1. For any value of n, n^4 + n^2 + 1 is
a. Odd     &nbs...   
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Time and Work.. Using rate as a tool (Updated On 5/26/2015)

Problem 1
Difficulty: hard
1....   
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Permutation and Combination set (Updated On 5/26/2015)

Problem 1
There are 3 similar b...   
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Problem based on remainders 3 (Updated On 7/8/2014)

A number N when divided by 5 leaves remainder 1 and  when divided by 6 leaves...   
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Problem based on remainders 2 (Updated On 7/8/2014)

A number N when divided by 2, 3, 5, 8 and 10 leaves a remainder...   
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Problem based on remainders 1 (Updated On 7/8/2014)

What is the largest number which will divide each number 104, 221,377 to  lea...   
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GMAT PS version 2 question 3 (Updated On 6/11/2014)

If the cost of 20 articles is equal to the selling price of 16 articles. What is the ...   
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GMAT PS version 2 question 2 (Updated On 6/11/2014)

John covers a certain distance at 60 mph. He reaches the destination 5  mins lat...   
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GMAT PS version 2 question 1 (Updated On 6/11/2014)

Travelling at 5/6th his normal speed, a man reaches his office 15 minutes later than us...   
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GMAT SC version 1 qns 2 (Updated On 6/3/2014)

At the height of World War II, American leaders struggled with the twin tasks of pre...   
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GMAT SC version 1 qns1 (Updated On 6/3/2014)

Worker and democracy movements surged around the world in 1919, as did hope for a ...   
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Solution to version 1 questions (Updated On 10/15/2013)

Version 1 Question 3
A mixture of 20 L of spirit and water c...   
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Solution to version 1 questions (Updated On 10/15/2013)

Version 1 Question 2
A,B,C work together and complete a work . If...   
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Soultion to Version 1 quetions (Updated On 10/15/2013)

Version 1 Question 1.
A ,B and C can do a piece of wor...   
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Math tip #27 (Updated On 9/10/2013)

To convert meters/sec into kilometers per hour, Multiply the speed by 18/5 ...   
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Math tip #26 (Updated On 9/10/2013)

To convert kilometer per hour into meters/sec. Multiply the speed by 5/18 ...   
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Math tip #25 (Updated On 9/10/2013)

Effective speed
If two bodies are moving in the same direction, effective...   
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Math tip #24 (Updated On 9/10/2013)

Effective speed
If two bodies are moving towards each other, Effective sp...   
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Math tip #23 (Updated On 9/10/2013)

Relative speed
If two bodies are moving in the same direction, Relative v...   
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Math tip #22 (Updated On 9/10/2013)

Relative speed
If two bodies are moving towards each other, Relative velo...   
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Math tip #21 (Updated On 9/10/2013)

Time speed distance
When two bodies move towards each other then the time t...   
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Math tip #20 (Updated On 9/10/2013)

Steps to solve a TSD problem
Draw a line diagram:(representation of the v...   
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Math tip #19 (Updated On 9/10/2013)

Mixtures
In a mixture containing two inseparable liquids, use this formula ...   
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Math tip #18 (Updated On 9/10/2013)

Alligations 
When different quantities of same or different ingredie...   
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Math tip #17 (Updated On 9/5/2013)

if a/b is such that (a/b)<1 then
{(a-x)/(b-x)} < (a/b)
...   
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Math tip #16 (Updated On 9/5/2013)

if a/b is such that (a/b)<1 then
{(a+x)/(b+x)} > (a/b)
...   
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Math tip #15 (Updated On 9/5/2013)

if a/b is such that (a/b)>1 then
{(a-x)/(b-x)} > (a/b)
...   
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Math tip #14 (Updated On 9/5/2013)

if a/b is such that (a/b)>1 then
{(a+x)/(b+x)} < (a/b)
...   
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Math tip #13 (Updated On 9/5/2013)

If a:b = 3:4 then a and b are not equal to 3 and 4 respectively. a = 3x and b = 4x wher...   
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Math tip #12 (Updated On 9/5/2013)

Compound interest
Amount(nth year) = Amount((n-1)th year) + r% x Amount((n-1)th ye...   
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Math tip#11 (Updated On 9/5/2013)

compound interest(nth year) = compound interest((n-1)th year) + r% x compound interest(...   
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Math tip#10 (Updated On 9/5/2013)

compund interest after 2 years - simple interest after 2 year =
principle x (...   
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Math tip #9 (Updated On 9/5/2013)

simple interest after 1 year = compound interest after 1 year ...   
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Math tip #8 (Updated On 9/5/2013)

Working backwards an excellent problem solving approach

The ow...   
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math tip #7 (Updated On 9/5/2013)

How to approach a problem? Break the problem solving processes into steps. Know more...

math tip # 6 (Updated On 5/24/2013)

Adding two percentage a% + b% doesn’t give (a + b) %, it gives
 a%  ...   
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Math tip #5 (Updated On 5/14/2013)

1^2=1
2^2= 1+3
3^2=1+3+5
4^2=1+3+5+7
5^2=1+...   
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Math tip #4 (Updated On 5/10/2013)

Sum of numbers of 3^0, 3^1, 3^2 and 3^3 will be 40. Using a combinat...   
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Math tip #3 (Updated On 5/9/2013)

The sum of powers of 2 from 0 to any number K will be equal to 2^(K...   
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Math tip #2 (Updated On 5/8/2013)

If a is increased/decreased by b%, then the new value calculated after the increase...   
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Math tip #1 (Updated On 5/7/2013)

When the word 'lesser than' or the word 'more than' is used in the question, the perce...   
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College Info

West Updated On 3/26/2014

KJ Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research, Mumbai
FLAME School of Business India, Maharashtra
Goa Institute of Management, Goa  ...   
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East Updated On 3/26/2014

IIM Calcutta, Shillong,
XLRI, Jamshedpur
Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar ...   
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South Updated On 3/26/2014

Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad
IIM Bangalore,Trichy
Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai
Indian Institute of Science (IISc) - Bangalore
TAPMI, Manipal, South karnataka
IFMR, Chennai
SDMIMD, Mysore
Amrita School of Business, Coimbatore ...   
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North Updated On 3/26/2014

Indian Business schools which take GMAT scores - Classified based on location

IIM Ahmedabad
IIM Lucknow, Indore, Raipur
Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Delhi
IMT, Ghaziabad
IMI, New Delhi
School of Management, NIIT University, Neemrana
Birla Institute of Management Te...   
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How we teach GMAT

How we teach critical reasoning

Let’s face it. Few college books teach you to think critically. Hence, essential skills of reasoning have to be mastered now for GMAT CR success. This is precisely why our course is designed with an introductory module on basics of logic theory carefully illustrated with arguments as they appear in GMAT. Elements of logic theory comprise inductive and deductive arguments, methods of argument analysis and evaluation, common logical fallacies.

In our interactives we’ll teach you, step by step, how to analyze issues, reason logically, and argue effectively. Our approaches to the 15 different types of CR questions - the first ever exhaustive listing - will ready you for the real test. The specific skills you acquire are:

  • breaking down argument into its parts, to see what conclusion is drawn and how it is supported
  • recognizing the line of reasoning employed in an argument
  • checking logical validity of claims
  • offering counter arguments using relevant hypothetical data
  • supplying additional information
  • drawing inference from the argument
  • identifying logically similar arguments
  • defining relationship between arguments
  • evaluating a given argument for consistency

How we teach sentence correction

GMAT SC tests both correctness and effectiveness of expression. A thorough survey of all rules that constitute standard sentence formation constitutes the first module of superia SC course.

An exhaustive list of idioms tested on the GMAT is discussed with illustrative sentences. Clear distinction between awkward vs effective, clear vs ambiguous, wordy vs concise etc in the context of real GMAT questions will give you test confidence. The most common GMAT SC errors- 25 error types- are discussed with multiple illustrations, and practised on hundreds of multiple choice questions. Notes and drills ensure review of rules.

A partial list of SC errors.
» Misplaced modifier » Wordiness » Un-idiomatic construction » Conditionals
» Tense inconsistency » Unclear use of 'which' » countable vs non-countable nouns  
» Illogical comparison » Lack of clear subject » Incomplete comparison  
» Faulty diction » Meaning conformity    

How we teach reading comprehension

GMAT passages are mostly abstract, drawn from varied sources- sciences, history, art, philosophy, literary criticism. The questions require you to read critically. We teach you critical reading dynamics. That is

  • Drawing inferences from the passage
  • Distinguishing between topic and the emotional content of a passage
  • Recognising the tone of a passage, attitude of the author
  • Identifying the organisation and structure of the passage

Extensive passage analysis and discussion will empower you to read GMAT passages critically. Follow up reading practice ensures that you practice all types of passages and questions that appear in the exam.

How we teach math problem solving

The questions you get in the quantitative section of the GMAT, are drawn from arithmetic, algebra, geometry and statistics. We teach you math in 3 stages.

Stage 1 of your preparation will involve thorough review of elementary math concepts

Stage 2 involves application of concepts to problems in quantitative setting

Stage 3 involves quantitative reasoning – strategies for data sufficiency, short cuts, approaches to problem solving such as

  • problem conversion and simplification
  • working with answer option
  • verifying adequacy of data
  • estimating ranges of values which can satisfy the given relationship

How we teach integrated reasoning

GMAT IR tests your ability to analyse, synthesise, compare, contrast, infer from, integrate and judge data presented in multiple formats such as verbal texts, graphs, tables and charts.

IR tests both your numerical ability and logical skills. Your math and reasoning skills learnt in the other sections of the test will help you in this section.

We teach you how to interpret graphs, sort tabular data, draw conclusions by integrating data from multiple sources, and make decisions.

Extensive practise of IR questions will prepare you for the test.

GMAT aspirants in Chennai, can now crack GMAT with semantics concept-rich GMAT coaching. The coaching classes have been designed to build higher order thinking skills testes in the exam. The focus of semantics GMAT coaching classes is on critical thinking, reasoning and test readiness. Chennai students can avail the services of experienced GMAT instructors, who, through innovative learning methods empower test takers with advanced problem solving skills and strategy. GMAT coaching is offered in various course formats that suit aspirant’s needs. Each session in semantics GMAT coaching program is of 3 hr duration. Gain from semantics GMAT coaching and score high. semantics is located in Nungambakkam, Chennai

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