You get personalized attention by the faculty due to small class strength for each batch.
Good course material provided while joining were indeed of great advantage. The labs and series of test provided gives hands-on of the real.
Staff is the best in what they teach and are very helpful for they were always available. Overall, the class provided me what I need and that helped a lot for my GRE preparation.
Two months was all I had to prepare for GRE. It was then when my friend informed me about Jamboree Coaching at FC Road centre, Pune. My experience was pretty exciting and full of fun. The faculties were very much involved in understanding the problems and concerns of the students. They helped understand the basics and ensured that concepts were clear. The class strength was 15 and hence each student got equal attention. Also, regular home works were given to ensure that the topics discussed in the class were brushed up before the next session. The study material was very handy and well structured specially the 14 word lists which were very relevant to the exam. Moreover, the practice questions for RC and quants prepared me to the level as required for the actual GRE exam. The verbal faculty, Ram made sure that the word list were regularly revised and its proper usage was ensured. The learning helped me a lot and I would recommend it to the aspirants.
Jamboree is very good for GRE. Both the faculty of GRE is good and cooperative. They help a lot for preparation of exam and provide proper guidance. I would like to recommend everyone to join Jamboree.
I'm Saranya and took the GRE last week. I'd taken coaching at Jamboree's Raja Garden Centre, Delhi. I must say that the staff at Jamboree made sure we were prepared for the test both in terms of the syllabus and psychologically. The study material was sufficient and I did not have to search for any other material. The teachers were willing to answer doubts always, and the mock tests and on-line doubt clearing sessions ensured that I knew what to expect. Jamboree has played a significant role towards my dreams of higher education and I strongly recommend them to anybody preparing for the test , and who want to nail the test in one attempt!
Hi my name is Gaurav Chandra, i recently appeared for my GRE exam and took my coaching from Jamboree. I can say proudly I took the right decision by joining Jamboree, they helped me in basics and advanced parts. All doubt clearing sessions and those full length tests helped me a lot.
Hi my name is Rahul. I am currently working at Accenture .At the begening of this year I had made up my mind to pursue my Masters in US. The first step was to start looking for GRE coaching center. So I did some research online , as many of you , i also browsed Google for GRE Coaching Institutes and read the student reviews. So after doing all my research i Joined Jamboree. Coming from an engineering background quant was not difficult but Verbal was something that scared me. But the verbal faculty made the concepts so clear that the application became very easy. The Study material is more than enough and I did not refer to any material outside the one given by Jamboree. The mock tests provided simulates the actual GRE experience. Apart from the good study material and mock tests, the biggest advantage was biggest plus point in the coaching which i felt was the class strength , i had around 15 students with me , so equal atention was given to each student. Overall Jamboree was a fun learning experience and i would strongly recommend it for GRE Coaching.
Hi I am Ankur from Jamboree Pune.
My journey for GRE preparation had not been smooth and steady , had it not been for Jamboree Pune. The preparation phase , the self-study phase and Execution phase all have been planned out well by the Faculties @ Jamboree that, I was at ease. The Vocabulary preparation is very unique.The Quant preparatory material is more than sufficing. Thanks Jamboree for all the help. 'Jamboree' is seriously a one stop destination for all the GRE aspirants.
Hi, my name is Arun and I received a score of 335 (Quants-170 Verbal-165) in the GRE and a score of 5 in the AWA section of the GRE.
There are three primary reasons for how I got a good score.
The first and fundamental reason was the guidance I received from Jamboree's teachers. The Quants and Verbal faculty from the Anna Nagar branch are highly qualified professionals who taught me the most important lesson: GRE is simple. There is nothing complex about the questions that are given in the Quants sections. I remember that I tried to use all the complex maths that I learnt in the 11th and 12th until I was asked not to over think things. The Quants sir faculty showed me that every question had a simple method and could be solved in less than 20 seconds. Knowing this quickly made me start thinking of new ways to solve the problems instead of simple number crunching. The Verbal coaching was designed in such a way that I soon got used to GRE's style of questions. In the beginning, the complex structure of the sentences threw me off but over time I got used to it and was able to answer most questions correctly.
The second reason is the material that I used to study after the classes got over. The two supplements provided by Jamboree are crammed with enough problems to last a year and I still hadn't finished both the books by the time I finally wrote the GRE. I used books from other coaching centres too but few came close to the quality of questions provided in Jamboree's books.
The third and final reason is the numerous tests that I wrote before the exam. I gave probably 11-12 tests out of which I attended 3 AWA sections. I was too lazy to attend the AWA section for the first 9. The Powerprep tests offered by ETS are the closest one can come to the actual GRE experience and they provide a passable range of questions. The most challenging tests I wrote were the 5 provided by Jamboree in its online portal in which 3 tests had horrendously difficult Quants sections where I barely scraped a 155. Reviewing those questions to find my mistakes helped me improve my Quants aptitude significantly.
You might think that I have neglected to talk about the part where most Indians struggle, the dreaded Verbal and AWA sections. There is only one way to get about solving this problem though it might sound clichéd. That way is practice. Almost 80% of the words in GRE won't be used in normal conversations but they have to be studied and remembered somehow. It might be a bitter pill to swallow but there are ways to ease the hardship of memorizing the words. The Magoosh app was key for my learning almost 500 new words in just a few days. The word lists provided in the Jamboree supplement also helped immensely.
Finally, after all the prep is done and you go to the test centre, remaining calm is very very important. The fact that I had a friend with whom I wrote the test really helped. Casual banter helped calm my nerves and that might be the biggest reason for my score. Anyway, I really hope this review of my test experience might help all you guys about to attempt the test out there! All the best!