Hi all,I’ve recently signed up for GMAT classes and am planning to write GMAT towards July-end. I would like to know how effective is the Admissions Counselling offered by various institutions like ********, Manhattan Review etc… Is it really r…
I've recently signed up for GMAT classes and am planning to write GMAT towards July-end. I would like to know how effective is the Admissions Counselling offered by various institutions like ********, Manhattan Review etc.. Is it really required or if I can research well and use this forum judiciously, I can handle the admissions by myself? Also the price quoted by one of them was close to INR 40000, enough to apply for 4 colleges in US. Is it really worth it? Sorry if I'm sounding quite a bit lost or confused.
I agree with Ashish.
Also you should perhaps have a talk with the person who will work on your essays. Not the person at the front-desk or the sales guy pushing it down your throat Once you talk (even for 10minutes) you should be able to understand the person's thought process as well as command over the language.
@JesterHead : I think a good consultant can make a huge difference to your application. I consider myself good at these things but I think I would not have made it to Kellogg if I had tried to save that money. Given the amount of competition, one has to put their best foot forward. One can't be penny wise and pond foolish. 😃 . . Having said that, I also think that getting a good consultant is like marriage. You got to find the right match. :)
@neha4659 : This might sound like the most predictable, and the most lame question I can ask, but I'd still like to ask, can you share the name of the consultant that was helpful to you?