Oxford offers comprehensive classroom training for GRE. The course offered by us has been designed and prepared by leading educationists. We aim to provide you with the best possible assistance to help you get a competitive GRE score, which is a critical part of the graduate school admissions process.

At Oxford we believe in the 3 step process towards a great GRE score :
1. A solid foundation on mastering the fundamentals. 2. Laser sharp focus on using the correct techniques.
3. Exhaustive practise building the momentum till the test day.

We believe if you fail on any one of the above points you will fail to climb the summit at the 315+ levels. Most students end up focusing purely on the concepts and mindless practising. However if the requisite techniques are not in place then it will just prove to be a very frustrating journey in the to cross the 310s. Our programs mirror the same approach by having 3 corresponding components:

This course is designed for individuals who want to develop a solid foundation for their GMAT prep. We have developed this course to get all your fundamentals in place for the GMAT and to expose you to a number of complex GMAT questions.

  • Interactive and power-packed classes
  • Personalized study plan
  • Unlimited mentoring and support
  • Lab and library facility
  • Access to all Advanced classes
  • Cover every section with comprehensive GMAT prep
  • Prepare for the AWA with personalized essay marking
  • Focus on what you need to know

  • Focus on your target areas with adaptive learning technology
  • Prepare for the actual exam with realistic GMAT practice tests
  • The more time you spend with our GMAT course, the more customized it becomes
  • Build confidence with practice exams
    Full-length GMAT practice tests use the same Computer Adaptive Testing technology that’s used on the actual exam to help you hone your skills, timing and confidence.

    The SAT is a standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States. Introduced in 1926, its name and scoring have changed several times; originally called the Scholastic Aptitude Test, it was later called the Scholastic Assessment Test, then the SAT I: Reasoning Test, then the SAT Reasoning Test, and now, simply the SAT.

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