More About Our Company

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.

 


Three and a half years later. . .

 

… 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.

 


About Me

 

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

 


About BrightLink Prep’s Spirit

 

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.

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Recent Blog Posts

August 24, 2016 |

330 on the GRE – My GRE Experience, Lessons Learned, and Advice

This is an actual GRE Test Taker Experience from Pakistan, Samar Haider, who scored 330 on the actual test – 166 Quant and 164 on Verbal

August 24, 2016 |

How To US Scholarship – Advice From Pakistani Scholars

Important Advice from 3 Pakistani Students who made it to top US graduate programs on full scholarship.

August 16, 2016 |

New Graduate Applications Preparation Course Starts 18th August

BrightLink Prep’s comprehensive Graduate Applications Preparation Course is intended to help prospective students from Pakistan to prepare admissions applications and gain admissions in coveted US and other global programs.

July 10, 2016 |

How many Questions Do I Need to get Right for a Good GRE Score?

“I got a total of 30 questions correct out of 40 and since the GRE scoring scale is 130-170 then 130+30=160 should have been my final score. But my score is a meager 154 – how is that possible?”

July 8, 2016 |

Advice from Pakistani’s who Won 10 Crore Funding in Total

Brightlink Prep sat down with 5 Pakistani’s who made it to top programs around the world on Scholarships. The aggregate worth of the scholarships they won was in excess of $1 million.

May 26, 2016 |

Successful LUMS MBA Interview Experience 2016

Osama Yaqoob, a GMAT student at Brightlink Prep, who scored a 610 on his GMAT exam recently got accepted by the LUMS MBA program in 2016. He has agreed to share his interview experience and questions below in his own words.

May 12, 2016 |

Another 100% Scholarship for a PhD in US

Fawad, a graduate of UET Peshawar made it to several US programs for a PhD in Electrical/Computer Engineering for fall 2017. He has gladly shared his profile with us.

April 21, 2016 |

Brightlink Student Gets NYU Scholarship

Brightlink Prep student, Shandana Waheed, has been awarded the Falak Sufi Scholarship 2016 at the New York University (NYU)

April 16, 2016 |

Brightlink Student Gets Perfect GRE Verbal Score (170)

Brightlink Prep student, Sayaf Iqbal, has achieved the nearly impossible feat of securing a perfect score of 170 on the verbal section of the GRE.

April 14, 2016 |

Fulbright extends Deadline to take GRE

The Fulbright application deadline remains the same – the only extension given by the USEFP is regarding the GRE general test.

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