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India’s Most Awaited GMAT Virtual Classroom goes LIVE

Updated on Thu, 03 April 2014 at 12:20 IST

India’s most awaited GMAT Virtual Classroom goes LIVE

~ Manya Abroad-The Princeton Review brings an innovative experience to every nook and corner of India
~ Opportunity for more students in India to achieve a score of 700+ on their GMAT and over 320+ on GRE
~ Candidates can get trained, tested, reviewed, take feedback, resolve queries and seek suggestions from e-learning certified trainers at the touch of a button on their laptops, desktops, iPads or even smartphones

Manya Abroad - The Princeton Review, India’s leading Foreign Education Services Provider for Indian students launched an Industry First offering for GMAT candidates. Manya Abroad – The Princeton Review has introduced an innovative offering – ‘LIVE GMAT Virtual Classroom’ – as a much needed solution to meet the needs of working professionals, students, among others, who do not have time to attend physical classroom sessions or are situated in locations (tier-2 and tier-3 cities) where quality training infrastructure does not exist. Additionally, ‘GMAT & GRE Self Prep’ e-learning programmes were also launched offering students a self-preparatory curriculum for GMAT and GRE, arming the students with a wholesome program of test preps to the final test taking week.

Uniquely, with the LIVE ‘GMAT Virtual Classroom’ launch, study abroad aspirants will now have access to the best of e-learning trainers certified by The Princeton Review at the convenience of their homes, offices or when on the move - enabling continued focus, provide more time to prepare and save costs and eliminate need for travel.

The study abroad market in the country is estimated to be approximately Rs. 32,000 crore industry which has been rapidly growing at the rate of 15 per cent over the last three years with an estimated 2,00,000 students travelling to study abroad. Increasingly, there has been a major leap in the number of enquiries received by students in tier-2 and tier-3 cities. Tremendous demand has been witnessed from candidates to study in traditionally popular countries such as USA which has seen a 40 per cent increase from last year, Australia, UK, Canada and Singapore and new emerging destination such as Germany, France, Switzerland, Dubai and New Zealand.

During the launch, Ms. Ruchi A Tomar, Academic Head & Uber Trainer, Manya Abroad - The Princeton Review said, “GMAT Virtual Classroom and GMAT and GRE Self Prep initiative launched today are the result of Manya Abroad - The Princeton Review’s strong experience of coaching Indian students for admissions into Top Universities abroad that has led us to architect and innovate this unique concept in the study-abroad industry/ overseas education services provider industry. The launch of the initiative will enable our students to have virtual access to training, testing and guidance at their convenience”

GMAT Virtual Classroom: Manya Abroad- The Princeton Review is India’s first National and credible company (with a strong American and Indian footprint) that is providing live virtual classes to students. This provides an interactive e-learning environment for the GMAT candidate as the courses are in synchronous style. Most other Prep Schools offer recorded versions of classes, software driven tools or recorded lessons. In the “GMAT Virtual Classroom” the courses are conducted by trainers who are e learning certified by The Princeton Review USA. Additionally, a student will also receive guidance from an assigned trainer in the form of review and feedback on Mock Test Scores, Expert guidance and advice. Overall, a student thus receives the attention of 2 trainers – one for verbal and one for math.

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