TIME for GMAT

Students Enrolled
171 in total
Years of experience
28 (Est. 1992)
Fees
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Based on last 10 admissions
38000
Courses Offered
CAT
GRE
GMAT
GATE
CLAT
MHCET LAW
CDS
Test Series
CET
CMAT
IELTS
Banking
NPAT
Bragging factor
Time4App app allows you to give sectional tests, all other tests, demo vides on the app itself while on-the-go
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Offers
Offer One
25% off during all Festivals.
Description

T.I.M.E. is today acknowledged as a multi-location, multi-programme training specialist run on corporate lines and offers a wide range of programmes not only for national and state-level entrance exams like the CAT, MAT, JEE MAIN, and JEE ADVANCED but also for international exams like GMAT, GRE, IELTS and TOEFL.

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Highlights and Facilites
  • Customised batches such as : -Target99 -Quants made easy -LRDI Maximiser -End game WS -100 Days to CAT
  • Total intake in IIMS is 4300, Whereas last year 2525 students were from TIME.
Mock Tests
  • Basic (INR 4,950) Sectional Tests - 40, Computer Based Tests - 4, Computer Adaptive Tests - 7, Validity of Online Access - 6 Months
  • Enhanced (INR 6,950) Sectional Tests - 90, Computer Based Tests - 8, Computer Adaptive Tests - 10, Validity of Online Access - 6 Months
Group Discussion and Personal Interview + Fees
  • Academic transcripts: These refer to certified copies of the marks sheets and degree / provisional certificates acquired by the applicants. While awarding points for the aspirants' GPA / Marks, admissions officers also take into account factors such as the quality of the scores and the institutes attended.
  • Work experience certificates: Several international B-schools have a minimum requirement when it comes to work experience. Though no school requires a particular type, the schools do expect the applicants to have understood the importance of working in groups & under diverse conditions. The applicants are expected to exhibit maturity and intellectual ability.
  • Essays / Statement of Purpose: Most of the top B-schools require applicants to write 3 to 5 essays on various subjects, such as their short-term and long-term goals, their significant life experiences, the reason for pursuing MBA, the reason for doing an MBA program at that particular B-School, the reason for an MBA at that particular time in their careers, etc.
  • Recommendation letters: Every school requires recommendation letters to be sent by the applicants' seniors at work and / or professors who have taught the applicants
  • Financial documents: All B-schools in the US require that the applicants furnish proof of financial sources and availability of finances sufficient to fund their education and living expenses.
Course Combos
CAT + GMAT
60000

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Faculty

Saiket Kundu
GMAT
Panvel
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Saiket Kundu
GMAT
Vashi
Type : permanent
Shubda More
GMAT
Panvel
Type : permanent
Shubda More
GMAT
Vashi
Type : permanent

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FAQs

How Long Should I Study for the GMAT?
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Obviously the amount of time you spend studying depends on your current skill level, your target score, and your particular circumstances. However, a good rule of thumb is to prepare for at least three months before taking the GMAT if you want to improve your score by a modest amount—say, 30-50 points. This assumes that you are studying regularly throughout the week (approximately 10 hours a week). If you need a more substantial boost in your score, it’s best to plan for six months of regular study if you can. This will ensure that you are familiar not only with the concepts tested on the GMAT, but with the nuances of the exam and the format as well, and that you have ample time to target your weaknesses.

How Long Is the GMAT?
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In total the GMAT takes about 3.5hours to complete. The analytical writing assessment is 30 minutes long, and the integrated reasoning section is 30 minutes. The quantitative section takes 62 minutes, and the verbal section takes 65 minutes.

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