2/14,I Floor, Poojari Layout,
RMV 2nd Stage, II Block, 80 feet road
RMV Extension, Bangalore, India- 560094. .
posted on 27 Nov, 2015
"I would like to rate them 4.5 out of 5. Excellent institute having very good faculty with them. "
attended in Oct,2014
posted on 27 Jul, 2015
"Excellent instruction with personal attention. Each session is tailored to the individual's needs, even in group classes. Great care is taken by the trainers to stay up to date with ever-changing syllabi and course content. Covering everything from American AP, GRE and SAT to courses to the International Baccalaureate, Indian state and national syllabi and British GCSE/IGCSE/A-Levels. I've been to several tutoring institutions in Bangalore, and Elite Mentors has surpassed the others by far. Every expectation met and exceeded! 5/5 stars, for sure. Courses taken: International Baccalaureate (IB) Mathematics Standard Level International Baccalaureate (IB) Chemistry Higher Level Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) English Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Mathematics American College Testing (ACT) English American College Testing (ACT) Mathematics American College Testing (ACT) Science "
attended in Feb,2014
posted on 18 May, 2015
"I've never thought learning math was so easy and interesting! Thanks to elite mentors. They have just got learning to a whole new level. The faculty at elite mentors are way too friendly and proficient. Every student gets personal attention and they motivate you at every point which automatically makes learning fun! Thank you so much elite mentors for your support. "
attended in Mar,2015
posted on 21 Mar, 2015
"The classes are amazing! They start from very elementary level which suits me. They give personal attention to every student. Number of students in every class is very less. I highly recommend this place for anyone who wants to take tuition. You will never be disappointed. "
"June 18 IELTS Academic results are out. My scores: L-8.5, R-8.5, S-8 and W-7.5 Lesson learnt: Poor handwriting could cost you dearly. Any tips to improve handwriting??" in IELTS Coaching classes
Improving handwriting is difficult in a short span of time. One of the best things you can do is to write in print instead of running handwriting (joining the alphabets). So that anyone can read clearly.
"What is the difference between IELTS & TOFEL exam? Which is better to take?" in IELTS Coaching classes
It depends on where do you want to apply. If you are applying only to US, then TOEFL is better. If you are looking at UK, Australia, Newzealand etc, then IELTS is better. If you looking at US and Europe, then TOEFL is better. TOEFL is an online test whereas IELTS is a paper pencil test. IELTS is considered an easier test and a few universities in the US accept IELTS scores. A few of my students take IELTS to apply for US. But it is better to take TOEFL if one is applying to US.
"When students in India should start preparing for ACT test?" in ACT Exam Coaching Classes
Hi, I suggest one should prepare in their 10th or 11th depending on their capability. A lot of people take ACT or SAT more than once and if that is the case, it is good to start in 10th or immediately after 10th (during holidays) and sit for exams in the next 3 to 4 months. If one is preparing for SAT subject tests and AP, then one should prepare in the 10th or 10th holidays.
"will another technical exam held to do MS after qualifying GRE exam ....." in GRE Coaching Classes
Few (Very few) colleges will ask you to take GRE subject tests. GRE subject tests are administered for a 7 disciplines such as Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology etc. These test happen three times a year (April, September and October) and these are paper-pencil test.
" Gre score is accepted for which MBA courses Please reply! Regard Anu" in GRE Coaching Classes
GRE is predominantly taken for MS. But the GRE pattern changed a few years back so that even B-schools accept GRE scores. A few schools are accepting GRE scores but if you are planning for a good college then do GMAT. To answer your question regarding the courses for which GRE is considered - It has more to do with which B-school rather than which course. GMAT can be tough for a few people and they do GRE instead. GMAT tests a lot on Grammar and Data Sufficiency and on Critical reasoning. GRE is vocabulary-centric. Check your strength and weaknesses and then decide as to which one to go for.