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Sujoy Kumar Datta # Sujoy Kumar Datta

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Jadavpur East Road, Kolkata, India- 700032.

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I am from IIT Kharagpur, 2007 batch of Mechanical Engg. with over 11 years of experience in training over 6000 students for SAT, CAT, GMAT, GRE,etc.

I am a subject matter expert in the areas of GMAT, GRE, CAT and SAT training (mathematics). I have worked with most of the major education companies in India - TIME, IMS, and Career Launcher.

I have achieved a score of above 99 percentile 6 times in a row in CAT getting calls from all IIMs. My highest in the Quantitative section was a 99.99 percentile with 99.98 overall.

I also have a Q51 in the GMAT (the highest possible score in Quants).

Many of my students have been selected by the IIMs, ISB, Cornell, NUS, UCB, etc.

I am a subject matter expert in the areas of GMAT, GRE, CAT and SAT training (mathematics). I have worked with most of the major education companies in India - TIME, IMS, and Career Launcher.

I have achieved a score of above 99 percentile 6 times in a row in CAT getting calls from all IIMs. My highest in the Quantitative section was a 99.99 percentile with 99.98 overall.

I also have a Q51 in the GMAT (the highest possible score in Quants).

Many of my students have been selected by the IIMs, ISB, Cornell, NUS, UCB, etc.

Bengali, English, Hindi

Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) from Jadavpur University in 2005.

Master of Engineering - Master of Technology (M.E./M.Tech.) from IIT Kharagpur in 2007.

Jadavpur East Road, Kolkata, India- 700032.

GMAT Coaching classes

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Background

Teacher

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Experience in taking GMAT Exam

Yes

Class Location

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in GMAT Coaching classes

11

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4.8 from 18 reviews

4.8/518

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- by Spandan Roy Bardhan

attended CAT Coaching

posted on 12 Jul, 2017

"Classes with Sujoy sir have been very interactive. He makes even the toughest of problems seem so easy to do. "

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- by SK SAHINUR ALAM

attended CAT Coaching

posted on 12 Jul, 2017

"Sir is a person who knows his subject very very well. The learning experience with him has been a very fruitful one. He is a friendly and easily approachable person. I have felt very comfortable under his mentorship. Even if you miss any class he will make sure the student gets a backup which i highly appreciate. "

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- by Nayanika Basu Roy

attended GRE Coaching

posted on 12 Jul, 2017

"As a student of Literature, I had been completely out of touch with mathematics but, the teachers at Cubix were very reassuring. They're very hands-on with their teaching and offer as many doubt clearing sessions as required which is of great help. "

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- by Anjali

attended CAT Coaching

posted on 11 Jul, 2017

"A very good study environment as personal care is given.There are doubt solving classes and a very friendly environment to study .The whole faculty is very good. "

Have you attended the class of Sujoy Kumar? Write a Review

"I want to do business like marketing and stuff. I am really ambitious about it. For my undergraduate should I take BBA or computer science engineering?" in Exam Coaching/MBA Entrance Coaching, Tuition/BBA Tuition

BBA will help you to understand the concepts from early on. However, there is no such requirement that you should do BBA. Students from Engg, B.Com, etc. also do pretty well in the MBA entrance exams like CAT and go on to do marketing etc.

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"If the sum of two numbers & their LCM is 79.Then how many possible set of numbers can satisfy above equation." in Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

Hi Sathya - there are a set of solutions - Let the numbers be A and B and their LCM be L and HCF be H. Thus, A and B are multiples of H. Let A=H*p; B=H*q. Thus, L=H*p*q; where p and q are co-prime. Hence, H*p + H*q + H*p*q = 79=> H(p + q + pq) = 79 Since 79 is prime, H=1 and p + q + pq=79 add 1 to both sides: 1 + p + q + pq=80 => (p + 1)(q + 1) = 80 the solutions are: p+1 = 2, q+1 = 40=> p=1, q=39 => A=1, B=39, L=39 p+1 = 4, q+1 = 20=> p=3, q=19 => A=3, B=19, L=57 p+1 = 5, q+1 = 16=> p=4, q=15 => A=4, B=15, L=60 p+1 = 8, q+1 = 10=> p=7, q=9 => A = 7, B = 9, L = 63 Thus, there are 4 pairs. :)

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x GMAT Coaching classes

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Background

Teacher

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Experience in taking GMAT Exam

Yes

Class Location

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in GMAT Coaching classes

11

GRE Coaching classes

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Background

Teacher

Experience in taking GRE exam

Yes

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Class Location

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in GRE Coaching classes

11

Quantitative Aptitude Coaching

Years of Experience in Quantitative Aptitude Coaching

11

SAT Coaching classes

Class Location

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in SAT Coaching classes

11

SBI Exam classes

Years of Experience in SBI Exam classes

11

MBA Entrance Coaching classes

MBA Exams

Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP), Common Admission Test (CAT), Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT), Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) Exam, Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MAH-CET), Common Management Admission Test (CMAT), NMAT by GMAC

Class Location

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in MBA Entrance Coaching classes

11

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4.8 from 18 reviews

S

- by Spandan Roy Bardhan

attended CAT Coaching

posted on 12 Jul, 2017

"Classes with Sujoy sir have been very interactive. He makes even the toughest of problems seem so easy to do. "

S

- by SK SAHINUR ALAM

attended CAT Coaching

posted on 12 Jul, 2017

"Sir is a person who knows his subject very very well. The learning experience with him has been a very fruitful one. He is a friendly and easily approachable person. I have felt very comfortable under his mentorship. Even if you miss any class he will make sure the student gets a backup which i highly appreciate. "

N

- by Nayanika Basu Roy

attended GRE Coaching

posted on 12 Jul, 2017

"As a student of Literature, I had been completely out of touch with mathematics but, the teachers at Cubix were very reassuring. They're very hands-on with their teaching and offer as many doubt clearing sessions as required which is of great help. "

A

- by Anjali

attended CAT Coaching

posted on 11 Jul, 2017

"A very good study environment as personal care is given.There are doubt solving classes and a very friendly environment to study .The whole faculty is very good. "

Have you attended the class of Sujoy Kumar? Write a Review

"I want to do business like marketing and stuff. I am really ambitious about it. For my undergraduate should I take BBA or computer science engineering?" in Exam Coaching/MBA Entrance Coaching, Tuition/BBA Tuition

BBA will help you to understand the concepts from early on. However, there is no such requirement that you should do BBA. Students from Engg, B.Com, etc. also do pretty well in the MBA entrance exams like CAT and go on to do marketing etc.

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"If the sum of two numbers & their LCM is 79.Then how many possible set of numbers can satisfy above equation." in Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

Hi Sathya - there are a set of solutions - Let the numbers be A and B and their LCM be L and HCF be H. Thus, A and B are multiples of H. Let A=H*p; B=H*q. Thus, L=H*p*q; where p and q are co-prime. Hence, H*p + H*q + H*p*q = 79=> H(p + q + pq) = 79 Since 79 is prime, H=1 and p + q + pq=79 add 1 to both sides: 1 + p + q + pq=80 => (p + 1)(q + 1) = 80 the solutions are: p+1 = 2, q+1 = 40=> p=1, q=39 => A=1, B=39, L=39 p+1 = 4, q+1 = 20=> p=3, q=19 => A=3, B=19, L=57 p+1 = 5, q+1 = 16=> p=4, q=15 => A=4, B=15, L=60 p+1 = 8, q+1 = 10=> p=7, q=9 => A = 7, B = 9, L = 63 Thus, there are 4 pairs. :)

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