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Basically there are two things that I wanted to share with my readers and students on my “About Me” page: Ofcourse the first one is a bit about me, then a bit about why I started with BrightLink Prep.
On 21 September 2007 when I gave my GRE exam I scored 1590/1600 with a 800/800 in the Quantitative section. (This converts to a 339/340 on the Revised Scale). In 2008 I gave my GMAT and got a 97 percentile. Then I went to U.S. to pursue my postgraduate studies at one of the elitest IVY League – Cornell and also took up a couple of courses at Harvard.
… when I was in Pakistan I started getting a lot of queries from students aspiring to go to the U.S. for higher studies regarding GRE, GMAT, Admissions, Recommendation, Statement of Purpose etc. . .
This propelled me to start BrightLink Prep – with the only aim of helping out prospective students in Pakistan getting into U.S. and doing the GRE and GMAT.
I am . . . Talha Omer
- You know about my U.S. education and my scores.
- I worked for 2 years at Telenor and now I am an independent strategy and marketing consultant for various companies.
- My passion for teaching and U.S. education has motivated me to help out you guys get over the hurdle of GRE and GMAT and applying to U.S. colleges.
I am on. . .
- LinkedIn, Facebook, and of course email: info at brightlinkprep dot com
Harvard and Cornell played very influential roles in my life. I have a dream – every fellow Pakistani who loves education should make it to such places. And I would love to guide you towards that goal.
I hope you find my courses and the associated blog to be of value.Read More
Recent Blog Posts
November 7, 2017 |
Although not a single compendium, it is a series of 8 books. This format of dividing the GRE into eight different books does justice to the GRE format.
October 31, 2017 |
When I decided to take the GRE I was a bit overwhelmed with the amount of material that was available everywhere. I was pretty confused about how I could work out a preparation plan.
October 31, 2017 |
Every GRE student measures success differently. For some, it may be a 320/340 on the GRE or finally realizing you aren’t bad at math. For others, it could be to score just enough to pass the GRE test. For us, it is the score that makes you happy!
October 25, 2017 |
If you really want to improve your GRE verbal score, you must understand these words in context since GRE does not only test words – they test their usage.
October 24, 2017 |
Georgia Tech uses GRE as one of the important indicators for success in graduate school. Quant scores are highly competitive in engineering programs.
October 19, 2017 |
Over the past years, I have seen a lot of debate going on regarding the GRE Scoring algorithm and the GRE scoring methodology.
October 6, 2017 |
These profiles are for the 2018 Fulbright intake and can be used as a yardstick by future Fulbright aspirants.
October 5, 2017 |
One of the most common complaints I hear from GRE students is that ETS has not shared enough official practice content. But things have now changed!
October 3, 2017 |
My emphasis in writing this GRE probability tutorial is to help you guys understand the GRE probability concepts that are tested on the exam.
October 2, 2017 |
Veteran tutors have authored Barron’s 6 GRE Practice Tests and are a helpful practice, but they are not the proverbial ‘Holy Grail’.