Hi. I’m Yash from Learn Ivy.
I got a 770 in the GMAT, in my first attempt with 4-6 weeks of prep, without attending any typical expensive course. How? By studying smart rather than just hard. At one time, I’d failed the SAT Reasoning Test after six months of hard prep with the most expensive training programme available. I’d learnt my lesson.
2 years later, I built and used my own learning system and within one month scored 2390/2400. Now, I create simple, fun, unconventional GMAT content for my South Asian community.
My Goal: save you thousands of dollars and months of time in getting you a top score and changing your life.
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If you’ve ever asked yourself any of the questions below, you’re at the right place.
– What’s the simplest way to get an elite GMAT score (700+/ 750+), after skipping all the BS?
– How can I get a top score when I am not good in English?
– I’ve tried other courses and still not done well. I’m frustrated and confused Is there another way?
– How can I get into a top MBA programme and live the life of my dreams?
– I’ve found typical courses and programmes painful, tedious, completely confusing. & I want something better,fun, simple, straightforward and sharp.?
– Is that too much to ask in this day and age?
- I got an average SAT score after 6+ months of attending the most expensive coaching
programme in the city. I was extremely frustrated, angry and depressed
- English was my worst subject in high school both in India and in Singapore – I actually got a D in my pre-final exams that went into my college applications. Yup, you can
imagine how that turned out.
2 years later,
- Two entire years later though, using an entirely different approach, I decided to only self study, to use actually only use the official guides, and “make my own textbook”
- What happened surprised even me: I got a 2390 on 2400 on the SAT, with only 4-6 weeks of preparation.
- That was when I began to understand the value of the right method.
- I didn’t need to know English or Math inside out, I just needed to learn how to deconstruct and ace a “test”
- I realised then that I simply could not trust other courses or material. They were deficient and blind reliance was affecting my future.
- So I kept “making my own textbook” and both exploring and testing my method further.
- I scored a perfect 2400/2400 on my SAT subject tests.
Several years after that, I got a 770 on the GMAT in my first attempt, after only 4-6 weeks of preparation. This was after I tried skimming through all the “top courses” out there, realised that they simply weren’t good enough for me, far too dense, painful, slow, insensible for my liking and that it would simply take too long if I went down that dark road and realise later that it wasn’t working. I knew I had to simply “make my own textbook” again in order to really win. (This was ridiculously reminiscent of my second SAT attempt)
I then scored an All India Rank 2 in the CIMA, another test to maximise my MBA application.
It wasn’t all pretty though. Every time I shed my instincts and followed the “popular material and approach”, I failed.
I failed the IELTS, supposedly one of the simplest exams, and couldn’t get my Australia PR. Easily the most humiliating moment.
I failed the case interview ‘tests’ and blew my chances at EVERY major consulting firm – a dream job!
Turning it around,
But, this just made me resolve all the more that I was done allowing others to simply dictate my future. I’d bloody well stick to the method that had worked for me and “make my own textbook”
- Very honestly, just a month of prep later, I got a perfect 9.0/9.0 on the IELTS.
I failed the case interview ‘tests’ and blew my chances at EVERY major consulting firm – a dream job!2 months after that, I’d received an offer from the world’s #1 consulting firm, beating out 1000’s of candidates with significantly better grades than mine.
Sharing the Learnings,
I knew then that this method of learning clearly worked. So I began working with Singapore’s #1 test prep company to train 100s on cracking the GMAT to get into their dream schools and turn their lives around. I’ve since helped students get into Tier 1 and Tier 2 schools, post-which they’ve gotten solid 6-figure jobs with a clear path to 7-figures.
- And it gives me real pleasure to now try and impact more lives by sharing even more broadly what I’ve learned through a decade of refining.
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