Brightlink Starts GRE & GMAT Prep in Twin Cities

Posted by on January 10, 2017 in GRE | 0 comments

Great News! Brightlink Prep has started its operations of GRE & GMAT preparation classes for aspiring students in Islamabad & Rawalpindi. To serve the purpose effectively we are happy to announce that we have collaborated with the leading university of Pakistan, NUST.

We have been operational in Lahore for over 5 years now and have helped over 5,000 students in Pakistan to prepare for these challenging exams.

The preparation courses are open to all students from all universities and professions.

Below is the schedule for the upcoming preparation course. To sign-up for the classes or for more information, please call us at 0331-4513196.

The Results:

We have the highest rated GRE Test Preparation course. Why? Read Student Reviews

Course Details

Date: February 14th 2017 – April 5th 2017
Time: Tuesday and Wednesday (6.00 pm to 9:00 pm) – Compulsory Class

Tuesday and Wednesday (5.00 pm to 6:00 pm) – Optional Class

Venue of Classes: NUST, College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Campus
Cost: Rs. 25,000
Registration: We offer the first two classes of a new course as a trial for free. You may chose to pay for the course after the trial class.

Trial Class Registration:

To register for two trial classes, please fill this form – GRE Registration Form for Trial Class

*Compulsory Class A compulsory class covers new topics and new GRE Questions from all 3 sections of the test; quantitative, verbal and analytical writing.

*Optional Class An optional class does not cover any new topics or GRE questions. If you have trouble with any material, topic or concept taught during the compulsory classes or if you want to discuss your weekly assignments or quizzes, you can come in on any time during the optional class hours and meet in person to resolve any queries you have.

The Results:

We have the highest rated GMAT Test Preparation course. Why? Read Student Reviews

Course Details

Date: February 14th 2017 – April 19th 2017
Time: Tuesday and Wednesday (6.00 pm to 9:00 pm) – Compulsory Class

Tuesday and Wednesday (5.00 pm to 6:00 pm) – Optional Class

Venue of Classes: NUST, College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Campus
Cost: Rs. 28,000
Registration: We offer the first two classes of a new course as a trial for free. You may chose to pay for the course after the trial class.

Trial Class Registration:

To register for two trial classes, please fill this form – GMAT Registration Form for Trial Class

To Pre-register:

Any payments made 1 week prior to the start of the course will be offered a 10% early bird discount. If you want to register before the classes begin, please contact us at 0331-4513196.

*Compulsory Class A compulsory class covers new topics and new GMAT Questions from all 3 sections of the test; quantitative, verbal and analytical writing.

*Optional Class An optional class does not cover any new topics or GMAT questions. If you have trouble with any material, topic or concept taught during the compulsory classes or if you want to discuss your weekly assignments or quizzes, you can come in on any time during the optional class hours and meet in person to resolve any queries you have.

Some of our Student Reviews

GRE: 338 out of 340

It all began in mid July of this year when a friend of mine told me about BrightLink Prep, just three days before the beginning of their new session. I took the entrance diagnostic test and trial class and decided to attend their classes. It proved to be a very wise decision in retrospect, since Sir Talha Omer has played a massive role in my success. This is not to say that you cannot prepare for GRE on your own, but if like me you’re distracted too easily and are too lazy to carve out a study plan and stick to it by sheer determination, BrightLink Prep is the place for you. All you will have to do is take your weekend classes regularly and do the assignments and quizzes diligently and everything will be taken care for. Besides, you will always have a mentor in Sir Talha to look for when in trouble. I registered myself for the GRE and selected 3rd October as test date.

Fast forward eight weeks, by the start of September I had completed my 8 week course at BrightLink, taken all the quizzes and done every assignment and practice exercises assigned by Sir Talha. I didn’t touch the Manhattan 5lb or any other GRE book, the class coursework proved to be enough. This course gave me ample practice for the quantitative questions and reading comprehensions / critical reasoning questions. I had however neglected vocabulary all this while, and to make up I dedicated the first two and a half weeks of September solely to vocabulary. In hindsight, this wasn’t the right thing to do. It’s better to learn vocabulary from the start, little by little, in conjunction with the rest of the preparation, instead of dedicating days or weeks at the end to it at the cost of valuable quantitative and verbal practice. If it wasn’t for Sir Talha’s timed intervention, I would have wasted my prior hardwork in the last couple of weeks. Sir Talha directed me to start giving mock exams. I complied and took almost 12 mock tests in as many days before the test. This was vital practice since I figured out some crucial time management strategies from taking these tests. Two days from the actual test, I stopped taking practice exams, revised all the words I had learnt and brought my preparation to a close. The last day I studied nothing, hung out with friends, kept myself distracted to elude all last day nervousness, and most importantly went to bed early. I cannot stress this enough. You must not underestimate the importance of a good night’s sleep before the test. Your mind has to be totally alert and stay so for almost 4 hours during the six sections of the test. So sleep is pivotal. Anyways, I had a good breakfast on the test morning, and reached the test centre one hour before the test. The number of practice tests I had taken made the actual test appear pretty normal in terms of difficulty. The rest is history 😛

fatima

GRE: 334 out of 340

Hi everyone!

My name is Fatima and I have a BSc in Economics from LUMS. I had been putting my GRE off since my graduation. It just seemed so scary – I hardly knew what an online timed test required and I was very anxious about the math. A friend of mine showed me the Facebook page for Brightlink Prep and I read a few of Talha’s articles. He seemed to be very concerned and friendly because I saw him reply to every question and every post. But at the time I was working in Islamabad and didn’t know how I would manage classes in Lahore, so I registered on the phone and thought I’d try it out for a week. Talha is a really, really good teacher. He knows what he’s doing, and he knows it inside out. He keeps himself involved and he always knows the latest news and materials available. I found his classes to be well-organized and extremely helpful.. I was already above average in the Verbal part but I was really average in Quant. I used to ask Talha stupid questions but he was always patient with them and I never walked out of a single class confused. I took daewoo rides every Thursday and early morning every Monday back and forth for Islamabad! But this effort really paid off.

While taking my GRE, on almost every quant question, I was like I know this! and I could remember what Talha had said about that particular kind of question. It was so easy for me, I couldn’t believe it (because math is never easy for me typically).

Talha also has access to a lot of practice material, which I found to be very helpful in helping me get a good score. I think Brighlink Prep was without doubt one of the best decisions I made post-graduation. It helped me get a stellar GRE score and use it for graduate school programs! I recommend Talha to everyone who is about to take the GRE and has apprehensions about taking classes for standardized testing (believe me, I’ve been there, SAT classes by you-know-who) When the teacher is good, the classes are really worth it! My entire family knows about Talha and whenever my Dad praises my GRE scores infront of someone, they always say ‘Yeh talha ki waja se aaya tha’ (implying I’m not that smart on my own :/)

Thank you Talha!

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