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Sourav Paul

AECS Layout, Marathahalli, Bangalore, India - 560037

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Sourav Paul

Quant Faculty | 6 Years Experience | ISB | IITM

AECS Layout, Marathahalli, Bangalore, India - 560037.

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I have over 11.5 years of diverse experience in the corporate world. I completed my management & business education at the Indian School of Business. I have a B.Tech and M.Tech degree in Civil Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. I have been involved in Learning and Development throughout my career. I have clocked more than 8000 student-hours of training and workshops, both in India and abroad.

Languages Spoken

Bengali Mother Tongue (Native)

English Proficient

Hindi Basic

Education

Indian Institute of Technology, Madras 2004

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)

Indian Institute of Technology, Madras 2006

Master of Engineering - Master of Technology (M.E./M.Tech.)

Indian School of Business 2014

Post Graduate Programme in Management

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AECS Layout, Marathahalli, Bangalore, India - 560037

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GMAT Coaching classes

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in GMAT Coaching classes

6

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Background

Teacher

Awards and Recognition

No

Experience in taking GMAT Exam

Yes

Teaching Experience in detail in GMAT Coaching classes

I train GMAT test-takers in Quant and Integrated Reasoning. My brief background - I completed my MBA from ISB and B.Tech/ M.Tech from IIT Madras. I have scored a 720 in GMAT. I have been helping students with their GMAT preparations for over 6 years now.

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5.0 out of 5.0 9 reviews

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"Sourav is a well-skilled mentor. He is well at instilling the correct mindset to approach the problems. He helped me to build a systematic way of reviewing the wrong problems. He would not simply provide me the answers but would push me to follow the right approach to deal with the questions. He is highly knowledgeable, experienced, and passionate about helping his students and always available to clear my doubts and explain any no. of times. He kept me on track and pushed me to walk in the right direction and made sure to keep track of my performance. He has a friendly and positive attitude towards students, making me feel comfortable performing to the best of my abilities. You rarely come across a dedicated teacher like Sourav Sir. I have the distinct pleasure to study under his guidance and support, I'll always be thankful and would any day recommend everyone preparing, to go to Sourav Sir to seek his help. "

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"Great experience, managed to move up my score from last time. Overall highly recommended to anyone looking for a good quant score. "

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"Sourav sir imputs a method of teaching that focuses on creating a deep understanding of each concept and it’s application on the GMAT. I highly recommend Sourav sir for all GMAT aspirant interested in building himself and open to being challenged. He has a amazing clarity of thought and an even more remarkable way of conveying that to his student. "

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"I really enjoyed all the classes ! Thank you Sir for helping me!! I like the way of teaching in descriptive way. "

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1. Which classes do you teach?

I teach GMAT Coaching Classes.

2. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a free demo class.

3. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 6 years.

Answers by Sourav (1)

Answered on 13/10/2020 GMAT Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/GMAT Coaching

Dear Ayush, A general answer to your question would be - GMAT is accessible if you know how to go about it, and difficult if you don't. Instead, I would like to take a different angle and share what I have learned about this exam in the last eight years - from taking and acing the exam myself to coaching... ...more

Dear Ayush,
A general answer to your question would be - GMAT is accessible if you know how to go about it, and difficult if you don't. Instead, I would like to take a different angle and share what I have learned about this exam in the last eight years - from taking and acing the exam myself to coaching other test-takers.
GMAT is a test of your personality. Most test takers have been away from active academics for an extended period, and a good GMAT score is a way of telling the MBA admission panel that you still have it in you to sustain the rigours of a challenging MBA program. It creates confidence that you can take up any challenge in a management career. Believe it or not - such discussions occur in adcom meetings (I was a student member of the adcom at ISB).
So here are a few tips on how to go about your GMAT preparation for a 700+ score.
1) GMAT is like a project for an exam taker. Like any project, it needs to have an end goal (target score in this case) and a timeline to achieve that goal. So break down the overall goal into a laundry list of things-to-do, identify the sequence of these tasks, and assign timelines to each task. In short, schedule your project and prepare a day-wise plan. Give your best to stick to this plan. However, be flexible enough to alter the plan if things do not go as you wanted. The key is that you should know, at any time, where you stand concerning the goal and how to cover the remaining path.
2) Assign sufficient time to study. Most of the topics in the GMAT syllabus are grade 8 or grade 9 stuff. Yet, GMAT is not so much about gaining knowledge - it is more about developing skills. And developing skills requires time and effort. The exam tests how you comprehend information, analyze, reason, and draw inferences. These skills are very crucial for an MBA program and a management career ahead. In general, it is advisable to assign 2-3 hours a day for GMAT preparation for four months.
3) Timing and pacing is a critical part of your preparation. From the very start, set up a timer even while doing basic questions. Speed up a bit the next day. The following day, target to do 5-7 more problems at the same time. As you carry on with this, you will start to get an intuitive sense of time and pace, and you will never stress out if a problematic question takes a bit longer.
4) Get your basics right. GMAT is not a Mathematics or an English exam - It is a Quant and a Verbal exam. Even the AWA and IR sections test application - something that you would regularly do during the MBA program. As I said earlier, the concepts are those from grades 8 and 9. But if you are not thorough with these, you will not ace the application questions. You can do self-study or even enrol in a class to refresh your basics.
5) Stay positive. The preparation will help you learn many good habits that you will find useful in your academic life and career ahead. A personal experience - before GMAT, there had been a significant drop in my spoken English quality. Post GMAT, even today, I try to apply the same verbal concepts while speaking or writing. So try to enjoy the GMAT journey and pick up some useful lessons en route.

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GMAT Coaching classes 5.0

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in GMAT Coaching classes

6

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Background

Teacher

Awards and Recognition

No

Experience in taking GMAT Exam

Yes

Teaching Experience in detail in GMAT Coaching classes

I train GMAT test-takers in Quant and Integrated Reasoning. My brief background - I completed my MBA from ISB and B.Tech/ M.Tech from IIT Madras. I have scored a 720 in GMAT. I have been helping students with their GMAT preparations for over 6 years now.

Answers by Sourav (1)

Answered on 13/10/2020 GMAT Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/GMAT Coaching

Dear Ayush, A general answer to your question would be - GMAT is accessible if you know how to go about it, and difficult if you don't. Instead, I would like to take a different angle and share what I have learned about this exam in the last eight years - from taking and acing the exam myself to coaching... ...more

Dear Ayush,
A general answer to your question would be - GMAT is accessible if you know how to go about it, and difficult if you don't. Instead, I would like to take a different angle and share what I have learned about this exam in the last eight years - from taking and acing the exam myself to coaching other test-takers.
GMAT is a test of your personality. Most test takers have been away from active academics for an extended period, and a good GMAT score is a way of telling the MBA admission panel that you still have it in you to sustain the rigours of a challenging MBA program. It creates confidence that you can take up any challenge in a management career. Believe it or not - such discussions occur in adcom meetings (I was a student member of the adcom at ISB).
So here are a few tips on how to go about your GMAT preparation for a 700+ score.
1) GMAT is like a project for an exam taker. Like any project, it needs to have an end goal (target score in this case) and a timeline to achieve that goal. So break down the overall goal into a laundry list of things-to-do, identify the sequence of these tasks, and assign timelines to each task. In short, schedule your project and prepare a day-wise plan. Give your best to stick to this plan. However, be flexible enough to alter the plan if things do not go as you wanted. The key is that you should know, at any time, where you stand concerning the goal and how to cover the remaining path.
2) Assign sufficient time to study. Most of the topics in the GMAT syllabus are grade 8 or grade 9 stuff. Yet, GMAT is not so much about gaining knowledge - it is more about developing skills. And developing skills requires time and effort. The exam tests how you comprehend information, analyze, reason, and draw inferences. These skills are very crucial for an MBA program and a management career ahead. In general, it is advisable to assign 2-3 hours a day for GMAT preparation for four months.
3) Timing and pacing is a critical part of your preparation. From the very start, set up a timer even while doing basic questions. Speed up a bit the next day. The following day, target to do 5-7 more problems at the same time. As you carry on with this, you will start to get an intuitive sense of time and pace, and you will never stress out if a problematic question takes a bit longer.
4) Get your basics right. GMAT is not a Mathematics or an English exam - It is a Quant and a Verbal exam. Even the AWA and IR sections test application - something that you would regularly do during the MBA program. As I said earlier, the concepts are those from grades 8 and 9. But if you are not thorough with these, you will not ace the application questions. You can do self-study or even enrol in a class to refresh your basics.
5) Stay positive. The preparation will help you learn many good habits that you will find useful in your academic life and career ahead. A personal experience - before GMAT, there had been a significant drop in my spoken English quality. Post GMAT, even today, I try to apply the same verbal concepts while speaking or writing. So try to enjoy the GMAT journey and pick up some useful lessons en route.

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Sourav Paul describes himself as Quant Faculty | 6 Years Experience | ISB | IITM. He conducts classes in GMAT Coaching. Sourav is located in AECS Layout, Marathahalli, Bangalore. Sourav takes Online Classes- via online medium. He has 6 years of teaching experience . Sourav has completed Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) from Indian Institute of Technology, Madras in 2004 and Master of Engineering - Master of Technology (M.E./M.Tech.) from Indian Institute of Technology, Madras in 2006. He is well versed in English, Bengali and Hindi. Sourav has got 9 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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