I was a civil servant for 10 years. In 2007, I resigned from my government job. In 2008, I took the GMAT exam and scored a 740. Subsequently, in the following years, I took the GMAT exam 4 more times and always managed a handsome score. My average GMAT score of my 5 GMAT attempts is 732. I was selected to ISB, IIM-C, and XLRI but decided to drop the offers because of my love and passion for teaching. In fact my whole purpose of resigning from the Civil Services was to pursue a career in teaching. I taught GMAT at Career Launcher from 2010 to 2012 and then at Veritas form 2012 to 2015. I was Head Academics for both GMAT Verbal and GMAT Quant at Career Launcher and Veritas. All along from April 2009, I have been taking one on one GMAT classes of students from Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, and in fact the whole of NCR. I have also been taking online GMAT Verbal and GMAT Quant classes across the globe via skype.
I live in South Delhi and conduct my classes from South Delhi. Every class is of 2-hour duration. I take classes throughout the week. I teach only GMAT. Since I teach both GMAT Quant and GMAT Verbal, a student can approach me for either both the subjects or just one. I teach from my own notes, which I made during my preparation for GMAT and which have been revised many times during the last several years of GMAT teaching. I think my teaching methodology and my GMAT notes are the 2 major reasons that explain why most of my students have scored above 700 on the GMAT.