GRE Preparation in Lahore

Duration: 8-weeks

Venue - 190-C Model Town, Lahore

7th March 2020 - 26th April 2020

Last date to register for the session is 29th February 2020.

PKR 30,000

The price is inclusive of all preparatory material, which is accessible online.

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Students took this course in 2019

  • Scored above 330 7% 7%
  • Scored between 320 and 330 24% 24%
  • Scored between 310 and 320 39% 39%

CLASSES

Class Schedule & Instructors

Saturday & Sunday

6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

COMPULSORY CLASSES

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

Friday

6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

optional class

An optional class does not cover any new topics or GRE questions. It is useful for those who want to discuss their homework.

Talha Omer

Talha Omer

GRE-339

Talha conducts the compulsory GRE classes. He has been teaching GRE since 2012. He has a dual degree in finance and engineering from Cornell and Harvard University.

Nyle Hassan

Nyle Hassan

GRE-324

Nyle conducts the optional GRE class. He has a degree in computer science from FAST and has been teaching for more than 2 years.

BRIGHTLINK PREP

Key Features

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12 Full Length Computer Adaptive Tests

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1000+ Online Questions with Explanations

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60+ Hours of Class Instruction

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Helpful Instructors

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No Need to Buy Additional Material

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Medium Class Size of 40 Students

TESTIMONIALS

What Our Students Say

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. 

Fatima A. Hayat

334

One should go to Sir Talha if one has to score 170 or 165+ in quant. Great Teaching. Class problems appear on the test.I found his classes to be well-organized and extremely helpful.

Haider Ali

321

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Will your GRE preparation course cover all the areas tested on the GRE?

Yes, our course is designed to cover all topics tested on the GRE. Our focus is on real conceptual learning for the Math and Verbal sections, rather than just test-taking tips and tricks. Thereafter, we emphasize on how to apply these concepts on actual GRE questions from previous exams – ensuring that our students hone their skills and are able to apply these strategies on each question type.

What preparation resources are included in your GRE prep course?

When you enroll with us for a GRE course in Lahore, you receive a comprehensive set of preparation material. This includes access to a personal online account with 1000+ questions, soft copies of the class lectures and access to online quizzes and mock exams.

How much homework do you give each week?

Each week you will get up to 100 homework questions plus a few online quizzes that you will have to do over the week. Please expect to spend up to 15-20 hours each week on the homework.

Do you offer a trial class for GRE Prep in Lahore?

Unfortunately, we do not offer a trial class. However, you can set up a time with us to have any queries answered. We strive to ensure that all of your concerns are addressed before you actually pay for the course.

Who writes all the GRE Questions and how real are they?

We design and edit all the questions ourselves. They are as close to the real questions as possible and reflect a true test-taking experience. We continually update these questions and incorporate new question types that are being currently tested on the GRE. We do this by closely observing the latest GRE test questions to make sure that our preparation content is up to the highest level.

Do you think if I prepare for the GRE exam on my own I will get a good score?

Yes you can. Preparing for the GRE does not always require coaching or support. Many self-study GRE aspirants have devoted time and energy to achieve their end. We know many students who have, through hard work and dedication, achieved top scores.

Can I go to U.S. without taking the GRE exam?

Unfortunately, GRE is a compulsory requirement for most of the universities in the U.S. However, there are a few programs that do not require a GRE score. You can check with the individual university websites to confirm their GRE requirements.

After taking your preparation classes for GRE, how long can I wait before I take the GRE test?

We recommend our students to take the GRE exam within one month after they end with our classes. The longer you wait, the higher the chances that you will lose momentum.

I missed your GRE prep class. How can I make it up?

If multiple students miss the same class then we can arrange a cover up weekend class. But that is a rare exception. We highly encourage students to attend all classes in full and we are very strict when it comes to missing our GRE classes for no reason.

Do I need to buy any outside material for this course?

No. All the preparation material is provided to all of our students at NO extra charge. The course fee includes the cost of the material and resources.

How difficult are the GRE prep test questions that you provide your students as part of your course?

We cover a wide range of difficulty from easy to hard and have designed the questions to help you master the content completely. This uniqueness in content is one of the major reasons why we believe Brightlink Prep is one of the leading GRE preparation academies in Lahore.

Do you offer selected options of preparing for GRE general test?

Unfortunately due to the large number of students coming in we are unable to offer partial courses – you will have to take the full course regardless.

What pre-requisites do I need, in order to enroll for a course of GRE at BrightLink Prep?

You must have taken Math courses at the Intermediate level and have most of your recent education in an English medium environment. If that is not the case then we would advise you against taking the GRE and look for other alternatives instead.

Does your test prep GRE course concentrate more on the verbal or the quantitative section?

Our course is a balance of the two. However, some students have special needs and they want more attention on certain sections. In this case we give them extra work and exercises.

Is the GRE accepted by MBA programs?

A lot of MBA programs have started accepting the GRE exam in lieu of GMAT. However we would recommend that you check such specific requirements with your individual university.

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