Our trainers come from much enriched backgrounds that include Real Test Takers & some truly versatile people.
Real stuff from horse’s mouth:
Achievers Point train a large number of students not only in classroom session but also through correspondence and online tutoring. Our each student get interface with the real questions which have appeared in exams recently, because each day many of our students appear in examination. If anyone encountered any unfamiliar questions next day the similar questions will be taken with all students of our class in the form of class quiz.
Performance Monitored !
We monitor your performance during the prep though numerous test & class exercises. Every SCORE is marked on “Mentors Daily Report” sheet. That goes under the eyes of your chief mentor.
Chief Mentor on SMS:
If you face a problem during the course contact our MD on SMS anytime, on the number displayed on notice board at every centre.
We give personal attention & strike a chord with all our candidates as it was the case during the ancient "Gurukul".
For Each class we go through “Feedback Sheet” which makes sure we deliver exactly what we PROMISE.
The computer-based verbal sections assess reading comprehension, critical reasoning and vocabulary usage. The verbal test is scored on a scale of 130-170, in 1-point increments. In a typical examination, each verbal section consists of 20 questions to be completed in 30 minutes. Each verbal section consists of about 6 text completion, 4 sentence equivalence, and 10 critical reading questions.
The computer-based quantitative sections assess basic high school level mathematical knowledge and reasoning skills. The quantitative test is scored on a scale of 130–170, in 1-point increments. In a typical examination, each quantitative section consists of 20 questions to be completed in 35 minutes.
Analytical writing section:
The analytical writing section consists of two different essays, an "issue task" and an "argument task". The writing section is graded on a scale of 0–6, in half-point increments. The essays are written on a computer using a word processing program specifically designed by ETS. The program allows only basic computer functions and does not contain a spell-checker or other advanced features.
The test taker is given 30 minutes to write an essay about a selected topic.
The time allotted for argument essay is 30 minutes.
The experimental section, which can be either a verbal, quantitative, or analytical writing task, contains new questions ETS is considering for future use. Although the experimental section does not count towards the test-taker's score
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