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Smart Analytics help you track and evaluate your performance
Powerful adaptive technology platform streamlines your preparation
Targeted study plan & exhaustive Full-Length tests to maximize speed and accuracy
Mentoring and Coaching by the best and most experienced faculty
Personalized attention through Unlimited Doubt Clearing Sessions
Track your GMAT exam preparation with advanced analytics. Understand your progress with a performance matrix, accuracy chart, progress report & test-wise analysis.
For every full-length test to support your GMAT exam prep. You will get a score out of 800, so you know where you stand. The accuracy of our score predictor is +/- 20 points.
To foolproof your GMAT prep, our online portal makes it easy to schedule doubt-clearing sessions (general or 1-on-1) at your convenience.
The testing platform at Jamboree’s portal stimulates the actual GMAT test experience to familiarise you with the testing conditions.
Keep yourself on track with a customised GMAT study plan based on your target test date.
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Begin your GMAT coaching with this study planner prepared by our experts to help you with your GMAT prep
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Depending on the student, the total time required to prepare for the GMAT exam can vary between 2 months to 6 months.
Jamboree provides a complete GMAT preparation kit, including study material, books, handouts, and offline and online tests. You don't have to scout for additional prep resources, as the Jamboree GMAT kit is bundled together to help you ace the GMAT.
Our fees vary from city to city. Although we recommend that you complete your classes with the same faculty once you start, we understand if you need to move. We will allow you to transfer batches after adjusting the difference in fees between the cities. And if you have to relocate to a place without a Jamboree Centre, you can choose our GMAT Online Live program.
Depending on what you are looking for, you can pick either. GMAT Online would be a better option if your daily schedule does not permit following structured classes at a designated time, lacks flexibility, or if you want to prepare at your own pace. On the other hand, if you are looking for disciplined preparation in a time-bound manner with the flexibility of both classroom and online programs, as well as one-on-one guidance when solving questions, then GMAT Live Classes would be better.
The GMAT is a standardised, computer-adaptive exam used by B-schools for admissions to their management programs. It is a 3-hour and 7-minute long exam divided into four sections, namely Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, Integrated Reasoning and Analytical Writing Assessment.
The total score ranges from 200 to 800 in 10-point increments.
Analytical Writing Assessment section grades are from 0-6 in 0.5 increments.
The Integrated Reasoning section is scored on a scale of 1-8 in 1 point increments.
Quantitative scores range from 0 to 60 in 1-point increments. However, scores below 6 and above 51 are rare.
Verbal scores range from 0-60 in 1-point increments. However, scores below 9 and above 44 are rare.
The cost of the GMAT exam is USD 275, which translates to roughly INR 23,000. This amount includes reporting your GMAT score to the four B-schools of your choice. For more detailed information on GMAT exam fees, click here.
B-schools only accept the GMAT scores delivered directly to them by GMAC through their official site. GMAT registration fees include the cost of sending your score to four B-schools of your choice. If you have to send your GMAT score to more than the selected four, you have to pay USD 35 per school.
Our teaching methodology starts with concept building, followed by problem-solving, doubt-clearing, and regular mock tests. Test results are systematically analysed for the identification of weak areas, and special emphasis is laid on removing weaknesses through regular one-on-one doubt-clearing sessions.
Your Aadhar Card and passport are acceptable proof of identity if you take the GMAT exam online. However, if you're taking the GMAT exam at the test centre, a passport is the only acceptable form of ID proof.
Most universities take the best of all your GMAT scores. However, it is best to confirm the same from the particular university before applying.
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