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I highly recommend Chiranjeev for any serious GMAT aspirant interested in building himself and open to being challenged. His success is defined by the success of his students – who grow personally and professionally. Wish him luck in his endeavours of making a positive difference in lives of people and spreading the influence.
Director & Head – IT Infrastructure, Global PMO & Governance at MetLife
I got in touch with CJ after a really bad experience with a GMAT coach. I had scored 25 on GMAT Verbal before I started sessions with CJ. CJ comes across as a really calm and composed person with a focussed plan…With his help, I was able to raise my verbal score to 40…He is really professional and has also turned out to be my go-to person for problems beyond GMAT too. Wish you all the best CJ!
MBA Candidate at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School – Class of 2020
Its rare that you come across standout talent like Chiranjeev Sir!
His sessions are pure magic. He made me look at problems like never before. He has a remarkable clarity of thought and an even more remarkable way of conveying that to his student.
Chiranjeev sir keeps you motivated and pumped up throughout your study period and is definitely one of the most admirable personalities in this industry! As a mentor and as a motivator, he wins my highest recommendation!
I’d also recommend every GMAT aspirant to religiously follow his articles on GMAT Club and LinkedIn.
Analyst at Bain & Company