India’s premium GMAT coaching and preparation institute with personal attention in small batches
Our GMAT® program is designed to help the student crack the test. We follow a unique blended approach to teaching by combining the goodness of classroom-based, instructor-led teaching with the flexibility and personalization of online support and counselor availability for every student.
GMAT prep in Mumbai for maximum results and correct guidance
Result Oriented Program, not a time bound approach
Personalized Study Plan for every student (as per test results)
Progress Report Card for every student
Recorded sessions for revision
At the center only
Go at your own pace
EXHAUSTIVE STUDY MATERIAL
Mind Maps (Comprehensive Verbal and Math Concepts)
KIC Education’s own Quantitative and Verbal Reasoning Booklets (Strategies & Question Bank)
Unlimited Access to Library which has the latest GMAT® test prep materials
Internal Tests with Analysis (Quant & Verbal)
15 Full Length Practice Tests to simulate the real test experience
Faculty with Specialization in Test Preparation
Personal Counselor to Monitor Student Performance
Classroom Contact with Faculty
Unlimited Doubt Solving Sessions
“I would like to start off by thanking my teachers and counselors at KIC Education. It was because of the training regimen devised by them that I was able to do well on the GMAT. What I found most commendable was the flexibility I was afforded at KIC. I got to finish my classes and take a 5 month hiatus and then resume my training again. I doubt too many other institutes would be as accommodating. Also, the KIC classroom was available any time I chose to study or take a test there. There are a lot of books and other study materials available at KIC as well which were all quite helpful. My entire program happened at the pace I was most comfortable with. I owe a large part of my score to KIC Education.”
Aman Arora, GMAT Score 730/800
About the GMAT®
The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a pre requisite for admission to U.S. universities for business programs. It is a 3 hours and 30 minutes standardized exam designed to predict how test takers will perform academically in MBA (Masters in Business Administration) programs. GMAT scores are used by 2000 graduate business schools across the world in order to make admission decisions. For e.g. ISB (Indian School of Business) in Hyderabad requires the GMAT score for one to be considered for its MBA programs.
The GMAT can be attempted once every thirty days and only upto five times in one calendar year. Registration for the GMAT must be completed at least a month in advance and requires a valid passport and payment of an exam fee of US $250. You can register at: www.mba.com The GMAT test is broken up into four sections. The Verbal and Quantitative Sections are jointly scored on a scale of 200 to 800 points. The Analytical Writing section is scored on a separate scale of 0 to 6, while the Integrated Reasoning section on a scale of 1 to 8 You can register at: www.mba.com
Analytical Writing: The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) consists of one 30-minute writing task of analysis of an argument. The new GMAT replaced analysis of an issue by Integrated Reasoning section. This section requires test takers to critique an argument based on its reasoning.
Integrated Reasoning: The Integrated Reasoning section measures your ability to understand and evaluate multiple sources and types of information – graphic, numeric, and verbal, as they relate to one another; use quantitative and verbal reasoning to solve complex problems; and solve multiple problems in relation to one another. The integrated reasoning section tests students’ ability to analyze and synthesize a compilation of data, presented in different forms such as words, charts, and tables. There are 12 questions in the integrated reasoning section of the exam and duration is of 30 minutes.
Quantitative: The Quantitative section of the GMAT has 37 questions that test takers are given 75 minutes to complete. Many of the math questions are high school level – there is no calculus or trigonometry – but test takers should be sure they have confidence in their knowledge of the basic concepts, rules and equations for these mathematical subjects. It consists of two types of questions: data sufficiency and problem solving, both of which test application of various basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry.
Verbal: The verbal section of the GMAT gives you 75 minutes to answer 41 multiple-choice questions. The questions are designed to test your ability to comprehend written material, evaluate arguments, as well as identify and correct grammatical errors. Your performance on the GMAT verbal section will receive a scaled score of 0–60. It consists of questions of three types: reading comprehension, critical reasoning and sentence correction. . The sections measure the test taker’s ability to read and comprehend written material, reason and evaluate arguments, and correct written material to conform to standard written English.