GMAT Preparation and Coaching Classes Options

Choose yours: Course variants designed to your need

Online live classes / offline coaching (Batch / one-on-one)

Option 1

GMAT full course

50-hr coaching covering all areas of the exam

20-hr basic math  module(Optional)

For whom?

Those who are new to GMAT


Option 2

GMAT verbal exclusive


30-hr intensive coaching in all areas


For whom?

Those who seek intensive inputs in verbal


Option 3

GMAT score improvement package

Covers special areas in math/verbal which need improvement

Ranging from 15 hr to 25 hr as per your request

For whom?

Those who are already preparing / planning to re-take


Option 4

GMAT math course


Covers special areas in math/verbal which need improvement

Ranging from 15 hr to 25 hr as per your request

For whom?

Those who haven’t done math in a while 


Why choose semantics GMAT program

1050 pages of study notes

10 minute tests in every session

Extra hours of help in weak areas

Supervised weekly targets:
Reading passages / formulae listing/idioms...

Curriculum updated regularly

Complimentary 15hrs of IELTS/TOEFL classes

GMAT focus edition

10 must NOT DOs for GMAT reading comprehension

Here are 10 must not do’s

  1. Reading only for the topic:Read for the author’s opinions running parallel to the topic as well
  2. Concentrating on the specific details:Higher weight-age questions demand overall intent, flow and tone of the passage.
  3. Choosing a stated idea for inference question:The answer to an inference question is never explicitly stated in the passage; it is implied
  4. Taking the notes too far:One way to keep track of a long passage is by making thought flow chart; use symbols arrows to show relationships
  5. Losing track of ‘who says what’:The passage may present multiple perspectives- of the author’s, someone else’s ( being quoted)..
  6. Overlooking the question stem.:Some question stems are simple, yet others roundabout. ensure that you are clear what the question asks.
  7. Undermining the need to build vocabulary:One third of the RC questions demand word knowledge…. Skepticism, laudatory, archaic, condescending…these all appear
  8. Over reading:Skip, examples, specific details, long parenthetical statements….
  9. ‘ NOT SEEing crucial words- Only, except, not in the question stem
  10. First reading- a slow ‘thorough’ reading:The first reading can be a faster skimming, for the main points of discussion.

At our GMAT coaching centre in Chennai, we conduct classes covering all areas. You can also attend our GMAT online classes.Register for our reading workshops To know more… here.

Answers to common queries

If you are 100% done with the concepts, yes. Otherwise, no.

If you are 100% done with the concepts yes. Otherwise no.

Yes! You can. Any graduate can.  You might have to revisit school math. In-fact you might have an edge in verbal section. Spend more time on math

Together, let’s make a realistic 30-day plan with teaching inputs in select areas. If you are in India, join our GMAT coaching in Chennai.

Let’s chat and find out the gaps in your previous attempt.  A workable re-plan with material and teaching inputs would suffice.

Mere reading practice is insufficient. You need to master critical reading skills. Join the 10hr reading comprehension module.If you are in India, join our GMAT classes in Chennai.
Yes! The content, methodology and the evaluation process are the same Our GMAT online classes follow the same structure as our offline classes.

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What students say

Precise and Perfect!! The classes are focused on concepts which helped me a lot. Particularly the back to school Math model which helps you brush up the math which you studied in school. The Back to school program is the best that’s available around. So i would recommend Semantics for GMAT.

….Avinash K


I got a separate plan based on my level. I am following the plan and seeing results.
The faculty  makes me believe that I’m capable of scoring high in the GMAT. I like his unique way of delivering concepts in his style.I personally liked his approach for RC in GMAT.
The material and the practice problems are really good.

….Gayatri Mahadevan


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