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Why getting +700 points on the GMAT is so important?


You’ll compete for top business schools worldwide


You’ll receive more scholarship offers for your MBA


Consulting firms and Investment Banks look at GMAT scores

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What is considered a "good" score will vary depending on the individual and their goals. However, generally speaking, a score of 700 or above is considered to be a good score on the GMAT. This is because a score of 700+ puts you in the top 10% of all test-takers, and will generally make you a competitive candidate for most MBA programs.

The amount of time required to prepare for the GMAT will vary depending on the individual's starting point and desired score. However, as a general guide, those aiming for a score of 700+ on the GMAT should plan to spend at least 3-4 months studying for the exam. This study time should be broken down into a few key components, for example: becoming familiar with the exam format and content,. taking practice tests to assess strengths and weaknesses, focusing on areas of improvement, studying key concepts and practicing with official GMAT questions. With proper planning and dedication, it is certainly possible to achieve a score of 700 or above on the GMAT.

In our GMAT course you’ll enjoy 40h of recorded lectures on both Quant and Verbal. Additionally our course offers you 2h of office hours per week where you can ask questions and solve all your doubts.

Our course covers both Quantitative and Verbal. These are the only two sections on the GMAT that matter for your overall score.

In our course we cover all the theory you need to do and countless practice exercises to help you reach your target score. You’ll not only learn what’s the theory behind each GMAT question but also learn all the tricks to solve each exercise in the shortest time.