GMAT Test Preparation Courses, GMAT Training Course in Istanbul, Turkey

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT ) is an international test for entry into management studies. GMAT assesses each student’s potential and capability to pursue management education at global management schools. A GMAT score helps demonstrate to schools your academic potential for success in graduate level management studies. The GMAT exam measures higher-order analytical skills encompassing several types of reasoning. The GMAT is not a test of business knowledge, English vocabulary, or advanced computational skills.

GMAT scores are accepted by more than 5,000 management institutions across the world. Brighter Prep offers the right guidance and comprehensive support for the GMAT examination.

Brighter Prep’s GMAT training program offers Group Courses, Individual Courses and Hybrid Courses.
You will need to read and write in English and have basic math and English skills to perform well on the test, but its difficulty comes from the required analytical abilities, which are developed over time.

GMAT Training Course in Istanbul, Turkey is provided on Weekends.

GMAT TEST STRUCTURE AND SCORING

You will need to read and write in English and have basic math and English skills to perform well on the test, but its difficulty comes from the required analytical abilities, which are developed over time.

SECTIONCOMPONENTSTIME/QUESTION(S)SCORINGTOP SCORE (95th Percentile)DESCRIPTION
Analytical Writing AssessmentAnalysis of an Argument1 Essay Topic0 – 66 out of 6Analyze the reasoning behind an argument and respond in writing
30 minutes
Integrated Reasoning
  • Multi Source Reasoning
  • Table Analysis
  • Graphics Interpretation
  • Two-Part Analysis
12 Questions0 – 128+Interpret and synthesize information from multiple sources and in different formats to make reasoned conclusions
30 minutes
Quantitative
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Problem Solving
37 Questions0 – 6050+Reason quantitatively using basic arithmetic, algebra and geometry
75 minutes
Verbal
  • Sentence Correction
  • Critical Reasoning
  • Reading Comprehension
41 Questions0 – 6042+Read and comprehend written material, identify basic grammar errors and reason and evaluate arguments
75 minutes
TOTAL3 hours 30 minutes200 – 800720+

GMAT Group Course

GMAT Group Course

Brighter Prep GMAT Group Courses offer class sessions, Masterclasses (12 Extra hours from Regular Group Classes) and practice tests. Each Group Course’s class focuses on teaching concepts and also practicing some important question types. The students will master all the key concepts needed to ace the GMAT.

STUDY MATERIALS

When you register for any course at Brighter Prep, Group, Individual, or Hybrid Courses you are provided:

  • GMAT ‘s proprietary GMAT Verbal and Math guide – a printed set of classroom slides for all Math and Verbal sessions
  • The GMAT Official Guide (latest edition)
  • Our own “cheat sheets” on verbal and quantitative concepts, essentially a quick reference to the things you need to practice and master
  • 10 GMAT practice tests
  • Access to our online practice platform, which has hundreds of questions of all types, designed to be more difficult to challenge the student
  • Access to our extensive library of GMAT material, so you never have to buy another GMAT book
  • An individual Admissions Consulting session, in which we analyze your background and target schools to help you set GMAT targets and plans

HYBRID COURSE

Brighter Prep’s GMAT Hybrid course is very popular with the students. It is not only cost-effective but also provides for flexibility and efficiency of individual sessions.

The Hybrid Course package allows for:

  • Group registration and some discounted individual sessions
  • Each student can take as many individual sessions as needful
  • Each student opts for a group registration, along with two, four, or six individual sessions.

GMAT Test Link

GMAT Test Link : Click here (5- Full Length Online Practice Tests)

Send an Email Request for GMAT Test Code at vinod@brighter-prep.com ( Only Registered Students will receive the Test Code)

Micheal, Harvard Business School

Dear Varun, Libby and Emilio,

I just wanted to drop you a line to say a HUGE thank you for all the help you have provided me in the last few months!

Indeed, when I first came to see Varun, I had no idea how and why I wanted to go to Business School.

5 months later (just 5 months..), I feel I have learnt so much about myself, and I am packing my bags to go to the biggest business school in the world.
And I truly feel I could not have done it without all of you, from Sumeet at the reception to Libby, who helped me do a necessary deep self-introspection.

There are no words (and surely nothing tangible) to express my gratitude towards all of you, your company, your people.
From the GMAT to preparing the essays and the interviews, you guys have always been AWESOME!
I will just say that I will be my honour and my pleasure to help you guys, if I can, as you have helped me, with inspiring others, motivating them, encouraging them, and even prepping them if I can… as I feel I have learnt so much about these schools (and the feedback I got from my HBS interviewer who called me to announce the good news could also be valuable!)

Thank you again for everything, and please do not hesitate to call on me if there’s anything I can help you with.

In the meantime, I will take what I feel is a well-deserved break for Easter (2 weeks off… finally!) and go to the U.S, obviously!

But when I do come back, it would be my pleasure and honour to come and see you at your offices and take you out for lunch/dinner or drinks, at your convenience!

Thanks again, and wish you all the best!

Michael

Ahmed GMAT-750, MBA- Wharton

Hi Vinod,

It went well I got 750 and got accepted into Wharton. I am currently in the US.
Hope all is well with you.

Best
Ahmed

Farrukh GMAT-710 (improved from 580 to 710)

Dear Vinod

Thanks a lot for your concern. I am done with my GMAT. I got a 710! . As you know, I started with 580.

Thank you so much for all your help. I came to the institute today, unfortunately, could not meet. I have left a small token of appreciation for you at the desk.

Thanks again! 🙂

Farrukh

Sarah GMAT -710, Harvard

Hi Vinod,

Was just about to email you! 🙂

Unfortunately, the GMAT didn’t go as well as expected 🙁 Only got a 710, which is far lower than the 760 I was getting before. The test felt a LOT trickier than the GMATPrep, to be honest. The breakdown was Q44, V44.

While I’m quite disappointed with the overall score, I’m still hoping that the rest of my application (essays, recommendations, resume, etc.) will be strong enough to carry me through.

Thanks again for all your support!

Best,
Sarah

Hi Vinod,

Just writing to update you regarding business school. I got interviews with Harvard, Wharton, and MIT, and was accepted into all three. I chose Harvard and will be attending that in the autumn for my MBA.
My husband, Mohammed, got into Columbia for MPA, which was his top choice. However, he will be deferring it while I’m at Harvard so that we can both live in the same city for at least the first year. He will most probably do the MPA the following year once I’m more settled in Boston.
Thanks again for all your help during the prep phase!
Sarah
Dear Vinod,

Thanks again for everything! Will keep you posted once I hear back from the business schools.
Best,
Sarah

Dhiraj GMAT-700

Hi Varun,

I attempted the GMAT this morning (10 June 2014) and scored a 700 (Q47, V39).

While 700 certainly isn’t a bad score, I can’t say I’m entirely happy with my performance, as my scores in two previous practise tests were higher (720 on 2nd June and 750 on 7th June). In fact, the 750 score was on the official GMAT software test number 4. In both practise tests, my verbal score was 42, dropping to 39 in the actual test this morning.

Based on your B-school admissions experience, can I go ahead with my score (700) for MBA applications to Tier 1 (HBS, Stanford, MIT, Haas) schools? Or do you suggest I attempt again in a months time?

Regards,
Dhiraj

Tarek GMAT-690 ( improved from 480 to 690)

Dear Varun,

I want to extend a big THANK YOU to Brighter prep for your assistance in getting me ready for GMAT exam within 8 weeks. I went from a 480 to a 690… the results speak for themselves. My biggest improvement was on Quant, which will be looked at closely in my applications. Credit goes to Mr. Vinod who worked hard to get me there.
I am applying to some nice colleges for a Masters in Accounting that starts in the fall. Namely GW, Virginia, and Maryland. All schools have requested a 500 word statement of purpose. I’ve written one for GW, but of course I’ll be sending essentially the same essay to all schools.
Please review this essay and let me know what you think.
Regards,
Tarek

Bhuman, INSEAD MBA

Bhuman, INSEAD MBA

As a child and even as late as a year ago, names like Kellogg, INSEAD, Cornell, Harvard were all names I revered and often dreamt about. Varun Jain was the “god sent angel” who connected the dots between me and these top B Schools. You will find many career management institutes boasting of their strategies & past successes, but very seldom you get to see a person that actually comes closer in implementing his strategies “strategically” according to the profile of every client.

There are institutes available in the market, where you have a first level meeting with the proprietor and then you are delegated to one the executives who gives you guidelines and fixed templates to write your essays. Very rarely does one find a mentor/counsellor/owner who takes time out understanding your life and then gives insights based on your life experiences. It does not end there !!! Every B School has a certain “ideal profile” that they look for in candidates.

I think Varun will help you narrow down to that profile, by giving you advice that will help shape your career for the good. I mean we all are like polished uncut diamonds – we need someone to sharpen and broaden our skills, smoothen the rough edges and further polish our profiles to match the requirements of B Schools. Varun is exactly such a Diamantaire. The main criteria for choosing an admission consulting firm is its potential to invest time into you. I don’t remember how many times I called Varun to clear my doubts and had more than an hour lasting calls.

And to my surprise, he never showed any disinterest or frustration while clearing my stupid and naive doubts. Although I was miles away from his location, he never made me feel like it. Also, his connect with alumnus of almost all the top B Schools further strengthens the comfort level of clients. I remember interacting with over 10 alumnus from various schools including INSEAD, LBS, Kelloggs and Cornell.

The kind of holistic review comments I got in my essays didn’t only change the face of my essays but also made them more sensible, logical and precise. Today, Varun is one of the few people I know who have actually changed the lives of many. Going to admission consultants with a 700 + GMAT score with over 3 years of work-ex in a Consulting firm and then getting into the top B Schools is a “NORMAL” scenario which we hear of most of the times.

We seldom here of consultants who achieved success with clients having scores between 600-700 and less than 4 year of work-ex. This is what Varun brings on table – an application that not only gets you interview calls but also admission into the top B Schools. I would definitely recommend Varun Jain to all without a single thought of hesitation. It is only and only because of him that I got accepts from INSEAD, Kelloggs and Cornell.

Hisham, IMD Switzerland

Hisham, IMD Switzerland

I would like to thank each and every one of you for your efforts and dedication in helping me pursue my MBA dream. I started with a keen interest in joining either INSEAD or IE business schools.

However, I ended up joining IMD Switzerland and that was mainly based on a recommendation from your admissions team. After visiting the school in Lausanne and spending the whole day there during my assessment day, and after researching a lot about the school, I am confident that IMD will be the right schools for me.

I cannot express my gratitude enough, you were all instrumental in the entire process. I must add that the mock interview with Emilio was spot on. The real interview was to a great extent similar in terms of content to what Emilio simulated. In my own opinion, the interview on the assessment day went very smooth and successful.