Courses Test Preparation

  • GRE USD 0.01

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    Course Duration - 60 days
  • GMAT USD 0.01

    Do you want to ACE the GMAT and get into a top Business School? Getting a 99 percentile (760+) or even a 700+ on the GMAT requires not just understanding of math and verbal concepts but also a clear and smart strategy. 

     

    Our instructor who scored a 770 on his GMAT and studied at University of North Carolina's Kenan-Flagler Business school has been training students to ace the GMAT for over 7 years. He has also created original content for the GMAT. His positive energy and enthusiasm will inspire you to reach new heights. 

     

    We will work on not just general concepts of Math and English but those concepts that are typical to the GMAT. More than concepts out instructor will make a clear study plan for you, discuss the "Feedback Loop" and "Time blocks", strategies that are vital to getting a great GMAT score. 

     

    Call 055 366 3900 to request for a FREE consultation with our instructor who scored 770 on the GMAT.

    Course Duration - 60 days
  • SAT USD 0.01

     


                                            Planning to take the SAT? 


     


    Are you thinking any of the following: 



    • I really want to do well on the SAT, I know how much the test score matters. 

    • I need someone to guide me with SAT strategies to get a really high score 

    • I'm unsure what exactly to study to get the maximum out of my SAT exam 

    • Is there a particular way to study to achieve super high SAT scores? 



    If you are thinking any of the above we have guidance and answers. Our study abroad teams consists of MBAs from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, HEC Paris, IIM Ahmedabad and graduates from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

     

    Abhishek Gurumadhva, who studied at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, will take you through not only Math and Verbal concepts that are needed to ace this exam, but also teach you unique strategies that are vital to achieving super high scores. 

     

    Call 0553663900 to request for a free demo class in Knowledge Village, Dubai.

     

    In the demo class, Abhishek will detail the structure of the new SAT and introduce two key strategies that must be used so that you get a great score. He will also talk the prospective students through few math questions and some verbal concepts so that these students get an idea of his teaching style. Parents of prospective students are welcome to sit through the demo class. 

     

    Call 0553663900 to get more information about how you can get that eyebrow raising SAT score! 

     

    "Thank you so much for your help. Your contagious enthusiasm made me work harder. "

    -Student from DIA, 1470 new SAT 

     

    "Your strategies really helped. Thank you very much" 

    - Student from GEMS Modern, 2230 old SAT

     

    Call 0553663900 now!


                                  

    Course Duration - 60 days
  • TOEFL and IELTS USD 0.01

    Our IELTS program designed to provide holistic coaching in the English language so that candidates can gain admission in Universities of good repute in Europe, Canada and Australia. The program is also open for working professionals who wish to work overseas and require IELTS scores in order to migrate.

    Course Duration - 60 days
  • GRE Exam USD 0.01

    What is the GRE®?


    A standardized test, the Graduate Record Examination(GRE) measures Verbal, Mathematical and Analytical Writing skills. The test intends to aid Graduate Schools (of all fields other than business) assess the potential of the applicants for advanced study. Most universities in the US, while inviting applications from prospective students, ask for GRE® scores.

    The examination is entirely a Computer-based Test, and no two students get an identical set of questions. The test is scored on a maximum of 340. The GRE® Score alone cannot guarantee admission into a school - the test is only one of the major factors taken into consideration in the long process of an applicant getting admitted into a graduate school that he/she desires.

    The GRE® test has three parts - Quantitative, Verbal and Analytical Writing Assessment. The following is the GRE® test structure:



    An unidentified unscored section is included and will appear in any order after the Analytical Writing section. It is not counted as part of your score.

    An identified research section that is not scored may be included, and it is always at the end of the test.

    The US-based "Educational Testing Service" (ETS), which works under the direction of the Graduate Record Examination Board, develops and administers the GRE®. ETS is responsible for setting questions, conducting the test and sending score reports to each examinee. For detailed information about GRE®, please refer to the official website of GRE®.





    What is the scoring scale for the GRE®?



    • The AWA section grades are from 0-6 in 0.5 point increments.

    • The Quantitative Reasoning section grades are from 130-170 in 1 point increments.

    • The Verbal Reasoning section grades are from 130-170 in 1 point increments.

    • Total scores are from 260-340 in 1 point increments; AWA scores are separate.

    Course Duration - 60 days
  • What is the GMAT® USD 0.01

    What is the GMAT®


    A standardized test - the Graduate Management Admission Test measures Verbal, Mathematical and Analytical skills. The test primarily intends to aid Graduate Schools of Business assess the potential of the applicants for advanced study in business and management. Nearly 1000 management institutes all over the world require GMAT® scores from the applicants.


    The GMAT® is different from most other examinations. The examination is entirely computer-based, and no two students get an identical set of questions. The test is scored on a maximum of 800. The GMAT® Score alone cannot guarantee admission into a B-school. The test is only one of the major factors taken into consideration in the long process of an applicant getting admitted into a Business School that he/she desires.


    The GMAT® has four sections:



    • Analytical Writing Assessment

    • Integrated Reasoning

    • Quantitative

    • Verbal


     


    The following is the GMAT® test structure:



          What is the scoring scale for the GMAT®?



    • AWA section grades are from 0-6 in 0.5 increments

    • IR section is scored on a scale of 1-8 in 1 point increments

    • Quantitative scores are from 0 to 60 (known as scaled score). However, 51 is 98 percentile.

    • Verbal scores are from 0 to 60 (scaled score). However, above 45 is 99 percentile on Verbal.

    • Total Scores are from 200-800 in 10 point increments.

    Course Duration - 60 days
  • The New SAT USD .1

    The New SAT


    Come March 2016 and the SAT will witness its biggest change in 30 years! Though the New SAT will debut on March 5, 2016, it will be administered for the first time on May 7, 2016.

    The SAT is undergoing a revision in terms of structure and content. This will impact school students in the class of 2017 and beyond.


    WHY the change? Here’s the College Board’s version!


    The New SAT:



    • Will be closely aligned to challenging classroom work

    • Wll focus on a few things that are crucial for college and career readiness

    • Will not be just a test but also an instructional experience that will benefit students' academic and professional lives.


     


    WHAT are the changes? A sneak peek!



    • Vocabulary in Context (VIC) focus on meanings of words in context instead of mere meanings

    • Command of Evidencefind evidence in support of answers

    • Essay will be optional – choose this option with CARE*

    • Essay analyzing a sourceevaluate use of evidence and rhetoric by the author

    • Math that Matters Most  --  foundational math skills are more important

    • Math with and without calculator only one of the two Math sections allows use of calculator

    • Problems grounded in real-world contexts charts and graphs in reading and writing; wordy Math problems!

    • Analysis in Science and in History/Social Studies not only passages but also Math questions come under this category

    • Great Global Conversation and US Founding Documents focus on critical events in US & World history/ literature, key events related to American Independence & Constitution

    • NO penalty for wrong answers! Hurray! No more losing points for guessing incorrectly

      A quick look at the changes:




























       Current SATNew SAT
      Sections 3 sections

      • Math

      • Critical Reading

      • Writing


      2 sections

      • Math

      • Evidence-based Reading and Writing


      Essay Mandatory Optional
      Scoring

      • Section scores 200-800

      • Total score 2400

      • Essay score included in Writing score




      • Section scores 200-800

      • Total score 1600

      • Separate score for essay


       
      Penalty and answer choices

      • -1/4 point for each incorrect  answer in multiple choice questions

      • 5 answer choices per question




      • No penalty  for incorrect answers

      • 4 answer choices per question













        Reading and Writing

        • Reading passages draw from social sciences, humanities, and literature

        • Vocabulary tested via sentence completion questions




        • Reading passages will be from significant historical  or scientific documents, and may include informational graphics

        • Passages will include complex structure and vocabulary in context



        • Passage based grammar including punctuation


        Math

        • Arithmetic

        • Algebra

        • Geometry

        • Calculator permitted in all Math sections




        • Arithmetic

        • Algebra

        • Geometry

        • Trigonometry

        • Some no-calculator sections







    Course Duration - 60 days
  • SAT Prepration USD .1


    SAT Preparation


    Premier Genie


    A pioneer and undisputed leader in the domain of study abroad educational services in UAE offers the best SAT preparation possible. Premier Genie provides SAT preparation with right mix of content and strategies to help you get a top score on the SAT.


    Need a sneak peek into our results? Have a look at the following stats:



    • Our average SAT score nationally on the old SAT is an outstanding 1801.

    • 24% of our students scored above 2000 on the old SAT.


    7 Reasons why you should join Premier Genie:


    We don’t offer one but multiple reasons for you to join Premier Genie:


    1. Be up to date with the latest SAT Content


    Get access to the most updated SAT course material, which is the outcome of rigorous research of our R&D . Your Premier Genie  give you questions based on the latest question patterns. Trends & changes are tracked and the study material is constantly updated. These books also introduce you to techniques and strategies that you need to ace the SAT!

    Don’t forget that the SAT is an American test, and you need effective SAT strategies that Premier Genie is best known for. Get these strategies from the specially trained teachers who guide you through the maze of standardized tests. Premier Genie teachers know both the strategies needed for the SAT and the unique requirements of Indian students to crack the SAT.




    2. Prepare for the test with our expert content and test taking tips


    The Course Workbooks not only focus on the key contents that you need to master the SAT -- for example, various aspects of grammar and various concepts in math, but also trains students to be smart test-takers.




    3. Effective and In-depth Practice and Review


    Effective SAT test preparation is not just about coming to a class - you need to review your performance on the tests that you take. Our detailed score reports will help you to understand your strengths, and areas that you need to work on. Your teachers will give you feedback after each test to help you strategize for subsequent tests.

    At Premier Genie we believe that a right combination of content and strategy is important to succeed on the SAT. The  Course Workbook, the Math and Verbal Workbooks, and the 500+ Practice Questions Book provide authentic practice material. Apart from these books, you will receive access to our unique online resource called the Student Portal (SP). Review the concepts learnt in class by viewing the strategies once again and practice on the drills on the SP.




    4. Libraries with loads of practice material for you


    Need more? - If you still crave for more practice then feel free to use our library where we have carefully selected the right SAT practice material for you. Our teachers are also willing to go the extra mile and give you extra help to hone your prep even further.




    5. We offer you a unique Satisfaction Guarantee


    We are so confident that our techniques work and work well on the SAT that we guarantee that if you don’t get an SAT Score to your satisfaction and want to take the SAT again, we will work with you free of cost within a period of one year, provided you have attended all the classes as per schedule, done all the homework, taken the practice tests when specified and taken the actual SAT on the date closest to your course completion. This is the Unique Satisfaction Guarantee we give students who attend courses in a batch.




    6. Our commitment to value driven education


    For us the most important thing is to see you satisfied with your preparation and help you achieve the scores that you are aiming for. Your teachers will be firm about your commitment to your course and score, and will not encourage sloppiness in work. Even before you start the course, you need to take a diagnostic test so that the teachers know where you stand in terms of performance, and can advise you on your approach for the next test. Ensure that you take advantage of this opportunity.




    7. Our Success Stories speak for themselves
    The SAT test preparation programs at Premier Genie boasts of the best average score improvement in SAT. Many students scored in top percentile of 2000+. T




    To enroll for our SAT coaching classes, give us a call at 0525195796 or Click Here


    What You’ll Get


    Our SAT prep provides extensive interactive classroom sessions filled with power-packed strategies and focused content coverage designed to generate immediate score improvement. Here is what all you get if you enroll for our course.



    • Comprehensive and up-to-date The Premier Genie SAT Course Workbook

    • Premier Genie Math Workbook

    • Premier Genie Verbal Workbook

    • Five full-lengths SAT tests and detailed Score reports for all the tests.

    • Small classes to ensure personalized attention.

    • Instructors who are experts on the SAT.

    • Free extra help from your instructor.

    • One session for admissions advice for the colleges in the US.

    • Parent Connect Day

    • First hand Test Day Advice on ‘what’s’ and ‘how’s’ of taking the SAT.

    • Refresher Sessions at no extra cost 2 to 3 weeks before the actual test.


    Course Duration - 60 days
  • SAT vs ACT USD .1

    New SAT vs. ACT


    Colleges will accept either the New SAT or the ACT or both. So which one should you take?


     


    It's all about the numbers. Some students end up scoring substantially higher on the SAT; others do better on the ACT. In lieu of a crystal ball, we have diagnostic test designed to help you determine which test is a better fit with your abilities.


     


    ACT questions tend to be more straightforward.


     


    ACT questions are often easier to understand on first read. On the New SAT, you may need to spend time figuring out what you're being asked before you can start solving the problem.


     


    After the 2016 changes, the SAT Writing and Language Test has become more like the ACT English Test. However, the ACT remains more straightforward on the whole. The questions on SAT Reading are often more abstract than those on ACT Reading.


     


    The New SAT contains questions that have been specially designed to serve some specific purpose: for example, the “paired questions” on the Reading Test to judge command of evidence, and specially designed math questions to judge understanding of math concepts.


     


    The New SAT still requires a wider vocabulary.


     


    While neither exam tests esoteric or difficult words directly, the passages on the SAT tend to be more complex and dense, and they are full of words that many students would not know. Students who have better vocabulary skills and who are able to understand these passages have an advantage on the SAT.


     


    The ACT has more Science, than the New SAT


     


    The ACT has a separate Science section. But you don't need to know anything about amoebas or chemical reactions for ACT Science. It tests your Science reading and reasoning skills: with rare exceptions, the answers to all the questions are in the passages.


     


    The New SAT does not have a Science section, but it does provide a separate Cross Test Score for Analysis in Science. This Cross Test Score is based on selected questions in the Reading, the Writing and Language, and the Math tests. Two of the five passages on the Reading Test are on Science topics.


     


    While neither the ACT nor the SAT requires much Science knowledge, the separate section means that the ACT overall has more Science content than does the SAT.


     


    The New SAT has more History and Social Studies than the ACT.


     


    As for Science, the New SAT provides a separate Cross Test Score for Analysis in History/Social Studies, based on select questions on the Reading Test, the Writing and Language Test, and the Math Test. Two of the five passages in the Reading section relate to History/Social Studies topics. The SAT has as much History/Social Studies as Science, and the History/Social Studies content on the SAT is of a higher level than that on the ACT.


     


    The ACT tests a greater number of Math concepts.


     


    The ACT syllabus includes more Math topics than the new SAT: for example, matrices and logarithms. That said, the ACT Math section is not necessarily harder, since many students find ACT questions more straightforward than those on the SAT.


     


    The essay tasks are very different.


     


    On the SAT, students are given a long, well-constructed speech or article to read and analyze. Using evidence from the text, students have to explain how the author builds the argument and how the author persuades or influences the audience. Separate scores are awarded for three parameters – Reading, Analysis, and Writing.


     


    On the ACT, students are presented with a paragraph about an issue and three different perspectives on that issue. Students have to analyze the given perspectives and have to present their own perspective along with justification. Separate scores are awarded for four parameters – Ideas and Analysis, Development and Support, Organization, and Language Use and Conventions.


     


    As of 2016, the essay is 'optional' on both the New SAT and the ACT.


     


    The ACT is scored on a scale of 1-36 and the SAT is scored on a scale of 400-1600.


     


    Three points on the SAT isn’t a big deal, but three points on the ACT could be the difference between your target school and your dream school.


     


    Your performance affects your overall score differently on the SAT and the ACT.


     


    As the Composite Score on the ACT is an average of the scores on the four tests, a small difference in the performance in one test may not change the Composite Score. However, on the New SAT, any difference in performance in any section will directly reflect in the Composite Score as the Composite Score is the sum total of the two Sectional Scores. So, if you happen to be weak in one particular area, the ACT may suit you better than the SAT: this weakness will not reflect so much in your composite score; especially because colleges have traditionally paid more attention to the ACT composite score rather than to the ACT score breakup.


     


    To register for the Premier Genie Test for free please click Here


     

    Course Duration - 60 days
  • SAT Guide and Tips USD 1


    SAT Test Preparation


    If it’s the first time you are taking the SAT, we recommend the following


    Personalize your practice


    Take an initial test to evaluate where you stand. You will know the areas that you need to work on. Try to follow a personalized study plan based on your strengths and areas for improvements.


    Get familiar with the questions


    Unless you know the type of questions that come on the SAT, you cannot possibly practice. Get familiar with the question types by picking up a relevant and reliable practice book.


    Practice a little each day


    Don’t get burnt out; however, don’t procrastinate either. The best way to prep is practice each day. Remember it is important to practice on relevant material which will eventually help you get comfortable with all types of questions.


    Take simulated tests


    A standardized test is more a test of endurance than merely content. Make sure you time yourself to get a better feel of what the actual testing experience will be like. Schedule in section stops and breaks just like on test day. You should take 3 to 4 simulated tests with adequate sectional practice in betwee


    Registere Hereto get more details about our SAT Preparation Programs.


    Course Duration - 60 days