He started in Delhi too.
Making BOLD Promises and all, i was fool to follow in the pit.
It was waste of my 29000/. and content is also not very good.
That person has copied all the content from LSAT and he is so fake.
I wont advise anyone to go for it personally.
Yes, the blog and writing are flamboyant. Yes, the claims are grand. Aren't the accusations about someone's particular score always doubtful. I understand the need for Sandeep to make such a grand presence on-line: he is marketing his product,albeit with his own personality. Unfortunately it is raising doubts amongst some, but some may be swayed to make a purchase of his material.
Now, the prime question would be, "is the material a good investment"
I'll try and answer that with my own experience.
My need: A self-study guide which would give me similar training and exposure which a coaching class would give.
Ivy-gmat Material: Its a locked USB stick with recorded video sessions and handout materials.
Videos: they are the recordings of his class room blackboard writings with audio. Basically his classroom sessions in video format.
Material: Apart from his proprietary teaching methodology, he is providing you with practice questions and Manhattan and OG guides.
Quality: Videos are clear, Materials are legible without corruption. BTW which teacher can assure you a perfect score? Would you agree that a perfect score depends on the student giving the exam and not just the teacher?
Purely, on what I'v noticed from his videos, is that, he is someone who is experienced with this exam and who has a rigorous method to help to prepare for a good score. Is Rs20,000 an unfair price for his services? well you do get ALL the material in one go. True you could download various guides from various places, but isnt this more continent and time saving?
If you are hoping to make a purchasing decision, don't go by their blogs, don't even go by the poor service they offer in the centre, their attitudes aren't much assuring. Make your decision knowing this, for a self study preparation, their's is an intensive and exhaustive set of material and guidance.
I'm not giving away the concepts that I purchased from him, neither am I sponsored by Sandeep to write this. I'm only hoping to give you an unbiased opinion to help you with your preparations.
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Guys, I am from Mumbai and I am planning to sit for my GMAT this september. Recently i went through the video of Sandeep Gupta on youtube. I liked the teaching style but now i am not sure whether to opt for its home video classes. In fact i don't know whether it is genuine or not. I am currently studying for the official guide but the questions out there are 8 years of retired questions. i want to get hold to new questions. please can anyone help me out here please.. i am in URGENT need...
u said all these things abt sandeep. Then which coaching center is good in banglore