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Yes ! 85,00,00,000

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Scores Does Matter

Our Brillant Scores

GMAT Score 770

MOHIT SANGWAN

GMAT Score 760

VENKAT AYSOLA

GMAT Score750

SUNEER ANGRA

GMAT Score 750

APURVA

GMAT Score 750

MANGLAM SHARDA

GMAT Testimonial -720 Scorer

GMAT Testimonial -710 Scorer

What Makes Us EFFECTIVE?


Our Curriculum

Top 10 US University Graduates have led curriculum Development at PythaGURUS Education.
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Our Faculty


PythaGURUS Education is recognized for having one of the best Faculty bodies in the Industry.
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Challenge and Rigor


Rigorous Orientation: All the programs designed at PythaGURUS education are rigorous ..
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Advantages of Choosing PythaGURUS for
GMAT Preparation

Access to 700 to 800 Level Questions right from first week
Flexibility to attend multiple batches and review classes
Well Designed curriculum created by Top 10 MBA Graduates, and 99th percentile scorers
Access to 700 to 800 Level Questions right from first week
Senior faculty with more than a Decade of GMAT Training experience
25 Full length test to prepare you for the final test day
Personalized feedback on your test performance
MBA Scholarships and Financial Aid Seminars led by the Top 10 MBA Graduates

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People Who Love Us

Our Success Stories

I am Salika and am writing to share my reviews for Pythagurus.
I worked with Jatin on 5 schools and have 4 admits with a total scholarship of 3.17 crores( USD 500,000).

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Salika | Indiana University
3.17 Crores Scholarship
In my first year when I was about to join a really low ranked school in Canada.
Next year I worked with Jatin and went to a better school in the US and I had 1.17 crores of scholarships.

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Vikram | New Delhi
1.17 Crores Scholarship
Hi Diwakar, I'm delighted to inform you that I've scored 750 in GMAT.
This is to thank you and Pythagurus for all the support right from the classes to our discussions

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Sunner Angra
Thank you for all the support during the entire admission process, |
from step-0 i.e. GMAT prep to the final interview with the schools.

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Ashutosh | Stanford | IIM Ahemdabad
I gave GMAT on 26th May and scored 740 (Q-49, V-41).
The preparation process was full of highs and lows but I guess all's well that ends well.

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Apurva
I'm happy to inform you that I scored 700 in my first GMAT attempt (Verbal 36, Quant 49).
Needless to say, the faculty at Pythagurus is quite supportive and precise in their teaching methodology.

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Avinash

How can you get 100% Scholarships?

This is a very important note for all the GMAT Coaching Students: Read this carefully as this will really help you as you move forward with your GMAT Preparations.

As a part of our GMAT Preparation program, A lot of you ask me- HOW Can I GET 100% Scholarships? My life gave me opportunities to get more than 80 Crores of Scholarships for you from TOP Tier MBA Programs. I wanted to share with you what can you do to minimize your Financial BURDEN. I wish I could get 100% for everyone- I cannot as the Schools have got to CHARGE Somebody to RUN their costs – But I can really make things better for you. Just follow the steps.

Before you explore 100% scholarships, let me explain the concept of Scholarships to you: And we conduct a lot of seminars on scholarships with our GMAT Coaching Classroom Students, and I will encourage you to attend one of those.

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GMAT Score – 730

3.17 Crores Scholarship

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Questions you Generally Ask

GMAt FAQS


You can register for the GMAT at mba.com. After you create an account, you can select your testing date, time, and location by clicking on “Register for the GMAT” under “The GMAT Exam” on the main page.
You can do this via the test appointment booking system. If you cancel at least 7 full days in advance of your appointment you will receive a partial refund. If you cancel less than 7 full days in advance of your appointment you will forfeit your entire registration fee.
ou can do this via the test appointment booking system on www.mba.com. If you reschedule your appointment at least 7 full days before your original appointment, then you will need to pay a reschedule fee of US$50. If you reschedule less than 7 full days before your original appointment, then you will be charged the full registration amount.
You can do this via the test appointment booking system. If you cancel at least 7 full days in advance of your appointment you will receive a partial refund. If you cancel less than 7 full days in advance of your appointment you will forfeit your entire registration fee.
Yes. Test takers with documented disabilities, including dyslexia, can apply for special testing accommodations on the GMAT. Accommodations can include additional time on the test, additional rest breaks, a sign language interpreter, a reader or record taker, etc. For full details of how to apply for special testing accommodations, you must download both the GMAT Information Bulletin and the Supplement for Test Takers for Disabilities from www.mba.com. Please note that you must submit your applications early, as decisions regarding special accommodations can take 6 to 8 weeks.
You will need to research when the application deadline is for the programmes you want to apply to. Each programme will have their own deadline and this can vary. Also, many schools accept applications in "rounds" that end in September (Round 1) for many competitive programmes and others have application rounds in April or May. Make sure that you take your GMAT with enough time so that the score can be reported by the earliest application deadline. 
recommend studying for 1–3 months before you sit the exam. If you want to score in the 90th percentile or higher plan to study for 120 hours or more.
You should take personal identification (see www.mba.com for a full list of acceptable forms of ID), the appointment confirmation letter or email you received when booking your test, and the names of the GMAT programmes to which you intend to send your scores.
No, the use of calculators is not allowed on the GMAT.
No, you must complete every section of the GMAT and cannot skip any section. You must either answer every question of each section or run out of time to complete a section.
Yes! You can now choose between three different section orders.
You will receive 5 scores on the GMAT: an overall score, a sub-score for the Verbal section, a sub-score for the Quantitative section, and scores for the Analytical Writing Assessment and Integrated Reasoning sections. Your overall score will be from 200 to 800 and the sub-scores will be scored from 0 to 60. For each of your scores, you will also receive a percentile rank, which shows the percentage of examinees who scored below you (based on everyone who has taken the GMAT in the last 3 years). So if you score in the 70th percentile, it means that 70% of test-takers scored lower than you did.
The overall GMAT score ranges from 200 to 800. The average GMAT score among test-takers worldwide is 540. Two-thirds of test takers score between 400 and 600.
A “good” GMAT score is only relative to the MBA of Masters programmes to which you are applying! You will need to do some research on the schools to which you want to send your scores and set yourself realistic goals based on the average scores accepted by those programmes. Top tier schools will usually be looking for a score in the 90th percentile or above (eg Wharton has an average GMAT score of 713; Harvard 708; INSEAD 702; and London Business School 680).
Most schools will not set a minimum requirement for GMAT scores, although most will publish the average GMAT score of their students. This information is usually readily available on schools’ websites, so do your research and find out the average scores for the schools you want to apply to, and then aim for a minimum of that score.
GMAT scores provide admissions teams with a standardised and consistent measure for all applicants, and so will use GMAT scores as a filter for the applications they receive. You may have great essays, but if you do not have a good GMAT score, your application will not be looked on as favourably as that of a candidate who has great essays AND a good GMAT score. It is one part of your application, but it’s a vital part.
GMAT scores are valid for 5 years. Every time you take the test and send your score to a school, the school will be able to see every GMAT score you have attained in the previous 5 years.
If you feel you have not done well on the GMAT, you may cancel your score, BUT you can only do this immediately after completing the test. You will be able to see your unofficial score before you make the decision to accept or cancel them.  Only you will be able to see if you've cancelled your score.  If you decided to cancel your scores at the test centre, you will have the option to reinstate their scores within 60 days from the date of their exam for a fee of USD$100.
You can retake the GMAT up to 5 times in any 12-month period, but no more than once in any 16-day period. You can request to GMAC in writing if you want to take it more than that, but applications are only considered after you have actually taken the 5th test. You must have good reason to make the request or it will not be considered. Also, if you score an 800 on the exam, you will not be allowed to retake the test for another 5 years!
You can only take the test once every 16 calendar days. If you attempt to take the test before that time period has elapsed, your new scores will not be reported and you lose your test administration fee.
If I take the test more than once, will business schools see all my scores?