Happy New Year!

We, at Perfect Scores, look forward to this year with great hopes. Ever since we started this venture by uploading a few videos of GMAT in December 2012, we have come a long way. Our first video was “Percentage Concept” published on our YouTube channel on December 16, 2012. Since then, there has been no looking back.

We feel extremely grateful for the response that students have shown throughout these years to us, our content, and our efforts. We are also very satisfied in knowing that we have been able to help thousands of students in such a short span of time, a feat that we could not dream of.

After a few years of staying on YouTube, we have decided to upgrade the platform through which we deliver content, in addition to our YouTube channels. That is why you are reading this blog post on our improved website. We want to keep everything simple, convenient and ad-free. We hope that our students appreciate the efforts we are putting in, to close the gap between them and their required test-scores.

We are witnessing a shift in standardized tests at the moment. GMAT, owing to its standardized nature, is eventually catching up with CAT for admissions to Indian B-schools. However, CAT still remains one of the toughest exams to crack. For undergraduate admissions, 2016 saw the changeover of the SAT that debuted as the Redesigned SAT. A number of changes took place, some convenient, such as making the essay optional and removing the negative marking, and others inconvenient, such as inclusion of higher level math concepts and reading passages supplemented with graphical information.

For those of you who are planning to apply for Spring 2018 or Fall 2018 intakes, there is a lot of time left. This time should ideally be spent on researching colleges and universities, because May onwards, you won’t have a lot of time. Also, spend this time revising concepts that you are weak at, and at improving skills such as writing, reading and vocabulary.

Once again, a Happy New Year! We hope to see you regularly!

Wishing you the best in everything you set your minds upon,

Perfect Scores Team