Scoring Strategy

Cracking any exam is very easy if test takers know how to begin and how to finish the exam with a high score even if they are scoring well and want to improve their performance. Here you are with the proven and scoring strategies that we "VerbalHub" follow, and many test-takers have got proven success, 90% grade improvement, and 75% higher test scores.

1. Evaluation
2. Study Material
3. Division of Study
4. Sectional Mock
5. Final Mock

1. Evaluation: Blind beginning ends with failure ending.
Therefore, we begin with an evaluation. The evaluation test includes three types of questions: easy, medium, and difficult. According to test takers' performance, they are placed into different sections. If the test takers struggle with easy-level questions, they are put into the foundation that is beginning from zero. If the test takers struggle with medium-level questions, they are put into the concept and strategy group. If the test takers struggle with difficult-level questions, they are put into shortcuts, tips & tricks, and advanced strategy groups.

2. Study Material: What to read is not an art but what not to read is an art.
Every book is not for everyone. The selection of books is a challenge; unwise selection kills time as well as leads to failure. We have divided the study material into three categories: Foundation, strategy, and advanced practice. The study material is given as per the need of learning of test-takers and they are given step by step.

3. Division of Study: Strike while the iron is hot.
From the first day of the preparation finding the correct option is not smart learning and often it leads to low scoring or time killing. We begin with conceptual training then we train to learn how and why to eliminate options. If we find that the test takers can apply concept will, we mentor for strategies and shortcuts.

4. Sectional Mock Tests: Well begun is half done.
Yes! We start the test with the sectional mock tests. Sectional mock tests mean concept by concept evaluation that figures out the conceptual understanding and helps find out the weaknesses. We make error logs of all lacking areas and suggest joining the revision class. Once we find confidence in conceptual command, we allow going to the next stage.

5. Final Mock Tests: All's well that ends well.
This stage is crucial hence we keep a regular eye on the test takers. This round is the final round that gives the full-length tests with timing. We monitor closely and guide each step until we get confidence that the test takers can score high. We hold one-on-one discussion sessions to understand the psychology of the test takers and arrange the class according to the need.

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Our Team

  • Master in Mathematics from Delhi University. || Master in Computer Science from Jaipur National University || Working as Chief Executive Officer in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates || 10 Years + experience as Maths Faculty || 10 years + experience in Business Development

    Dilip Kumar Rathore, Quant Trainer
  • Masters in Geography from Delhi University || Masters in English from Indira Gandhi University || Bachelor in Education from Uttarakhand University || 7 years of experience in Training || Academic Head in Delhi Public School

    Jyoti Joshi, IELTS Trainer
  • MBA from Xavier School of Management. || Masters in English from Delhi University. || 9 years + experience as a Language Trainer || IELTS & PTE certified Trainer || 8.5 Band in IELTS.

    Imaam Hasan, Language Faculty