GMAT Skype Consultation

ABOUT THE PLAN

GMAT Prep is expensive. If you do not spend wisely, you can end up spending a lot on 4-5 prep companies and multiple attempts. I am here to help you with making the right choices by not only offering you a pathway but also advise on the right companies and materials you should invest in during your prep.

Remember, all material is good.

Just Keep a few things in mind
1. You need to sit down and study
2. You need to solve 600-1000 problems but solve them 4–5 times
3. Adopt a strategy for each problem
4. Know about but not be dependant on backsolving, plugging in, ballparking
5. Know it's alright to skip questions

Normally you would require around 300 hours of study to get good at the GMAT.

If you are slow in some areas, you would require at max 450 hours.

Ideally, you should divide your preparation into four phases.

Phase one should be concepts.

Phase two should be practice.

Phase three should concentrate on improvement. Here you have to work on concepts as well as do a lot of selective practice.

Phase four is where you should try to cover 100% of what is tested on the test and use only official sources.

Hopefully, you end up with a Sub 700 Score at the end of these phases.

SERVICE OVERVIEW

  1. How to make an error log
  2. How to make a Week By Week Schedule
  3. Best sources for picking up free Questions and notes on Various Topics
  4. Help in Choosing the Right Education Partner for You
  5. How to best analyze Mock Tests

 

SERVICE DETAILS

  • 1 Hour Skype Session
  • 2 Follow-up Calls

CHARGES

  • Rs. 5500/- (All Inclusive)

PREFERABLE FOR

  • Single Students

Group GMAT Live Consultation

ABOUT THE PLAN

GMAT Prep is expensive. If you do not spend wisely, you can end up spending a lot on 4-5 prep companies and multiple attempts. I am here to help you with making the right choices by not only offering you a pathway but also advise on the right companies and materials you should invest in during your prep.

Remember, all material is good.

Just Keep a few things in mind
1. You need to sit down and study
2. You need to solve 600-1000 problems but solve them 4–5 times
3. Adopt a strategy for each problem
4. Know about but not be dependant on backsolving, plugging in, ballparking
5. Know it's alright to skip questions

Normally you would require around 300 hours of study to get good at the GMAT.

If you are slow in some areas, you would require at max 450 hours.

Ideally, you should divide your preparation into four phases.

Phase one should be concepts.

Phase two should be practice.

Phase three should concentrate on improvement. Here you have to work on concepts as well as do a lot of selective practice.

Phase four is where you should try to cover 100% of what is tested on the test and use only official sources.

Hopefully, you end up with a Sub 700 Score at the end of these phases.

SERVICE OVERVIEW

  1. How to make an error log
  2. How to make a Week By Week Schedule
  3. Best sources for picking up free Questions and notes on Various Topics
  4. Help in Choosing the Right Education Partner for You
  5. How to best analyze Mock Tests

 

SERVICE DETAILS

  • 2 Follow-up Calls (Per Candidate)
  • 4 Hour Live Session

CHARGES

  • Rs. 28500/- (*Flight and Hoteling Charges would be borne by test takers in case of outstation consultation)

PREFERABLE FOR

  • Students in batches of 5-10

 

Group GMAT Skype Consultation

ABOUT THE PLAN

GMAT Prep is expensive. If you do not spend wisely, you can end up spending a lot on 4-5 prep companies and multiple attempts. I am here to help you with making the right choices by not only offering you a pathway but also advise on the right companies and materials you should invest in during your prep.

Remember, all material is good.

Just Keep a few things in mind
1. You need to sit down and study
2. You need to solve 600-1000 problems but solve them 4–5 times
3. Adopt a strategy for each problem
4. Know about but not be dependant on backsolving, plugging in, ballparking
5. Know it's alright to skip questions

Normally you would require around 300 hours of study to get good at the GMAT.

If you are slow in some areas, you would require at max 450 hours.

Ideally, you should divide your preparation into four phases.

Phase one should be concepts.

Phase two should be practice.

Phase three should concentrate on improvement. Here you have to work on concepts as well as do a lot of selective practice.

Phase four is where you should try to cover 100% of what is tested on the test and use only official sources.

Hopefully, you end up with a Sub 700 Score at the end of these phases.

SERVICE OVERVIEW

  1. How to make an error log
  2. How to make a Week By Week Schedule
  3. Best sources for picking up free Questions and notes on Various Topics
  4. Help in Choosing the Right Education Partner for You
  5. How to best analyze Mock Tests

 

SERVICE DETAILS

  • 2 Follow-up Calls (Per Candidate)
  • 2 Hour Skype Session

CHARGES

  • Rs. 18500/- (All Inclusive)

PREFERABLE FOR

  • Students in batches of 5-10

 

About Our Services

We started our operations in 2017. Initially, we providing training for the GMAT and GRE. Now, we have ventured into consulting for the same.

We provide both onsite and satellite-based consulting services to the test takers.

For any details on our services, you can get in touch at ayakconsultancy@gmail.com

About Me

My name is Ayush Agrawal.

I am a marketing professional at heart with 8+ years of experience in the automobile industry. Portfolio of accomplishments include increasing revenue, improving brand awareness and driving profit improvements at the Jabalpur based dealership of M/s Force Motors Ltd. over the last 8 years.

I have worked with many top executives in various industries over the past 8+ years and helped them make better decisions and delivered the sustainable success they desired.

I am passionate about achieving better results for my clients—results that go beyond financial and are uniquely tailored, pragmatic, holistic, and enduring.

I have trained many students in fulfilling their MBA dreams in the last 2 years.  

Currently, apart from running operations at AYAK Consultancy. We are into test prep consultancy services. 

Our firm also manages the capital market portfolio of my family owned business of Agrawal Motors.

Apart from this, I am a probono consultant with select family businesses across India.

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Terms & Conditions (Please Read)

  • The prices for our services are variable and subject to change. 
  • Payment would be taken 100% advance. Invoices once raised, would not be eligible for cancellations and refunds.
  • Availability of dates would be subject to previous commitments. Please book accordingly.
  • Training can be done both on-site and via satellite. Timings & dates to be discussed beforehand.
  • Maximum batch size for any on-site training module is 10. Above the said number, per participant charges shall be applicable.
  • In the case of on-site training, the flight and hotel costs are to be borne by the company requesting training.