The 40-hour program that will teach you all the skills needed to ace the GMAT

What is the GMAT?

GMAT is the most sought after entrance test in the world. The GMAT is developed by GMAC. The test provides business schools with means to compare the preparedness of applicants for their MBA programs. B-school admission committees use your GMAT score, and your work experience, academic records, and your overall profile details to assess if you are ready to undertake an MBA program.
More than 5,900 programs offered by more than 2,100 universities, institutions and B-Schools use the GMAT exam as part of the selection criteria for their MBA programs. The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer adaptive test, available round the year, intended to assess analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills for use in admission to graduate management programs.
The advantages of writing the GMAT are manifold!

  • Assured Career Growth– After studying from the top institutes of the world, there is no limit to your growth prospects.
  • The top institutes use GMAT as their admission criteria – Stanford, London School of Economics, Harvard, London Business School, INSEAD, HEC, Cornell, Kellogg, Wharton, ISB, NUS, and even the IIMs. An education from these top institutes is worth cherishing throughout your life.
  • As you complete your MBA, you gain a perspective which would usually have been lacking until then.
  • Last but not the least – a salary hike even to the tune of 70-80% is just another added advantage.

The GMAT sections

The GMAT is primarily a test of your critical thinking skills. The GMAT has 3 sections:

Quantitative Reasoning (QR) – it tests you on your ability to solve questions based on mathematics including arithmetic, number properties, algebra, geometry and combinatorics. There are 2 types of questions:

  • Problem Solving – A question followed by 5 options of which only one is correct.

Verbal Ability (VA) – it tests your ability to comprehend passages and answer questions, your skill in analyzing arguments, along with your knowledge of grammar and sentence construction. There are 3 types of questions:

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Critical Reasoning

Integrated Reasoning (IR) – it tests your ability to understand data, analyze them, observe patterns and answer questions that follow. The types of questions are:

  • Multi-Source Reasoning questions
  • Graphics Interpretation questions
  • Two-Part Analysis questions
  • Table Analysis questions

Sections can be completed in any order you choose

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The GMAT test details:

The score in each of the 3 sections varies from 60 to 90 and the overall score is out of 805.

Who is this course for?

Irrespective of whether you are starting off with your prep or have appeared for the GMAT and want to improve your scores, this course is tailor-made for you. The biggest advantage is that the course delivery is flexible and suited to your needs.
With a pool of some of the most important questions for QA & VA, and spread over 40 hours, this GMAT course is different from other GMAT prep courses! Focus on the concepts discussed in the sessions and understand these handpicked questions thoroughly to fine tune one’s preparation. The course covers all aspects of the GMAT (AWA & IR as well) and includes an exhaustive practice question bank. You would also get 5 mock tests (online adaptive).
We take doubt-clearing very seriously and there would be ample scope to clear your doubts and work on your exam strategy.
You can join the classes online – either in a batch or one-on-one.

Our GMAT Course Plan

The GMAT road-map is fully customized as per the requirement of the student. Depending on the MOCK scores, and our analysis of your preparation levels, we will suggest the correct time for taking the actual GMAT.

Our GMAT Course Plan

The GMAT road-map is fully customized as per the requirement of the student. Depending on the MOCK scores, and our analysis of your preparation levels, we will suggest the correct time for taking the actual GMAT.

What Our Students are saying

Krithika Bhojanala GMAT | UNC Kenan-Flagler

After practicing a lot and giving a lot of mocks I was only able to score Q47 in my GMAT for my first attempt. But, once I enrolled for Sujoy Sir’s classes, I could see a definite improvement. Not only did he clear out my concepts, help me solve harder questions, he taught me how to approach each question in order to save time during the exam. After his classes, I was able to score 710, with Q50. Thank you Sir!

Chirag GMAT course | Q50

A lot of focus was on the conceptual understanding followed by practice questions which helped me achieve the score.

Shreyash Manikonda SAT course | Math 790, English 710

The classes were to the point and very easy to follow. Also, lots of practice helped in fixing the proper exam strategy, thus improving the score. Sujoy sir and Sudeshna ma’am were always available to clear all doubts.

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The classes taken by Sujoy sir and Sudeshna ma’am were very detailed and the concepts were explained very easily. There were lots of practice questions and mock tests too.

Anchita Mitra SAT Course | Math 790

The classes by Sujoy sir were very informative and helpful. The concepts were discussed in depth and there were lots of mock tests which helped in fine-tuning the preparation.

Anchit Jalan CAT course | IIM Kozhikode

Sujoy Sir’s unique way of teaching helped me out with my CAT preparation and I scored a 98.08 percentile which would not have been possible without him. He has the capability to bring out the best in every student

Tanjeet Singh Wadhwa SPJAT | SPJIMR

Excellent coach, highly flexible, in-depth knowledge of the subject, but firm and push you beyond boundaries so that you can excel in exams. I owe lot to him for preparing and pushing me so hard to crack entrance exams. Shall rate him10/10. Thank you


Sujoy Datta was my mentor for SPJAT entrance exam. He taught me for about 10 classes and helped me crack the entrance. He is extremely patient and an excellent coach. I owe it to him!