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TGES will be providing career counselling, admissions counselling and application processing with experts from associated partners.
They will help study abroad aspirants with an aim to optimize their chances of obtaining admission into the best possible universities.
Applicants are provided specialized, one-on-one services from start (i.e. university selection) to finish (i.e. visa counselling).
Our experienced counsellors understand your skills and interest and suggest the best suitable career path.
We assist you to make a well-presented application and guide you on arranging recommendation letters, writing Statement of Purpose and prepare portfolio
Provides online one2one personalized classes to help student in achieving great score in test prep - SAT / ACT / GRE / GMAT / IELTS
Study Abroad Counselling
Have a dream to study in foreign university!! But struggling in deciding the right study abroad options, Country, University, and courses? Don't worry, our education counsellors can help!
Study abroad consultancy analyse the need of the individual, compare the market demands then we suggest the best for the students. We help students in choosing right country, University and course along with this we provide in-depth personal guidance based on their profile, their aspirations, interest and the financial constraints. Our counsellors are highly qualified and experienced hence student can get effective guidance and right direction.
There are a variety of issues that they may bring up which could have an impact on the university you want to study at. From subject rankings and entry requirements, all the way to employment opportunities and support services, the counsellor can give you all of the up-to-date information you need to make an informed decision about the right university for you.
We make sure you're well equipped in terms of getting all the information you need about the right education and right university for you
We inform you about the different study programs, deadlines, study fees and admission requirements
We help you find your application to the university
We answer all of our questions about studying abroad
Confused about which career to pursue? Want to get a head start on your career?
Our counselling experts listen to your needs and try to unearth your innate abilities and help you to discover a career.
They help you to widen your perspective by identifying possibilities and choices available to you, resolve all your career related queries and help you choose the right career.
They will evaluate, strategize, and formulate the right steps in identifying more valuable opportunities, navigating the career path and getting you on the road to a brighter and a more successful future..
Our team will have a unique approach to consulting students on this
Understand Student Interest
Academic Options and Pre-requisites
Advice on Upskilling and Certifications
Evaluation of Multiple Courses or Opportunities
Sharing Options for Studying Abroad
Before applying for University admissions there are few tests to be cleared.
We have a separate qualified and experienced team to assist you and guide you to undertake these tests.
We will provide complete guidance and personalized classes for SAT, ACT, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, IELTS etc.
The "Think Global Education Services" provides unique and simple approach to help student in
achieving great score.
We understand every student individual
needs, weak points and strength.
Knowing what is relevant for the student
and working accordingly to improve weak points and to make strong point stronger, are the two
most important steps for preventing gaps in student's knowledge
Our classes and content is modified
according to student needs
Out educators also include personal tips
& tricks to help you retain the contents
Our teaching methods have equal emphasis
in concept building as well as application of that concept, as this is the area where most of
the students are weak
PSAT/SAT/ACT Introductive video...
We shall short list the best possible college or university depending on your merit, suitability of course, and finances, helping you make a well presented application and customize your SOPs portfolios.
We guide and assist students with complete following admission process on one to one basis.
Student's Profile will be discussed in detail to get to know his/her interest areas of study
Help you in getting to the depth of your personality and in writing a resume that will best describe your potential
A customized list of universities will be provided to the student which matches his/her profile out of which student can select few universities as per choice
Statement of Purpose
SOP is an imperative part of our application when one looking for getting admission for higher studies in abroad
Essay Review and Editing
Editor will be assigned to the student to assist in Essays as they are the Critical part of the application
Our team shall assist you in the entire process starting from filling applications, preparing documents, review and visa process.
Here are step by step guidance for the University application processing...
Profile Evaluation: A good profile is the one that works where it's meant to: your desired college! Our sole aim is that your profile stands out of your competitors. It's includes - Match your profile with desired colleges, Identify gaps in your profile, Recommend activities to fill that gap and Showcase your extracurricular profile effectively.
Resume: In a one page document, list your work experience, extracurricular activities, volunteer work and achievements. A description that tailors the relevance of the experience to the course you're applying for will be valuable. Knowing what is relevant for the student
and working accordingly to improve weak points and to make strong point stronger, are the two
most important steps for preventing gaps in student's knowledge
SOP: A Statement of Purpose (SOP) is your introduction to the college and admission officers. It is always written in the first person and describes the reason for applying to a particular college. It needs to highlight why you are a perfect fit for the college and why the college should accept you. The style of writing could differ from formal to casual, but it is important to remember that it should reflect your personality as well.
LOR: A letter of recommendation (LOR) is a reference letter written by a third party describing the qualities, characteristics, and capabilities of the prospective student to recommend him to the college in terms of that individual's ability to perform a particular task or function. The third party could be a professor, direct manager etc.
University Selection: Our experts will shortlist a number of suitable institutions after evaluating your profile. Students finalize institutions after reviewing our shortlisted institutions after consulting parents and friends. Selecting the right Course, Country and Institution is the most important decision one needs to make in your lie and our counselors ensure that you choose correctly.
Essay: Essays are also required to be submitted by a prospective student. Essays are an important part of the university admissions process. Students may be required to write one or two essays, along with a few optional essays too. Common topics include career aspirations, strengths and weaknesses, skills, experiences, and reasons for considering a particular school.
Test score sheets: SAT/ ACT/ GRE/ GMAT/ TOEFL/ IELTS/ PTE. You must send your official scores with your admission form. Undergraduate students should show SAT or ACT and the SAT Subject tests along with the TOEFL. MBA students must submit GMAT scores when applying to 'top' institutions while postgraduate students applying for non-business programs should submit the GRE scores.
Financial Help: A big concern for most parents is finances. Once we understand your financial position, we will let you know which financial documents are acceptable & preferable, and which you shouldn't include for your applications. We will tell you how to present your case to the university and visa office. We have a bunch of formats and samples to help you with your bank statements, affidavits, and the like.
Visa Application: Once you have offers, we can also help you pick between universities and assist you with the time consuming, hair pulling, nail biting task of acquiring your visa. While it may seem odd at this stage, selecting which university in USA to go to is even more complicated than shortlisting universities! Other than filling out the forms and assisting you with your finances again, we take mock interviews to help you prepare of the big day. Once we're done with you, your documents and confidence will both be in order.
The Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, is an important part of the business school application process. The GMAT is a multiple-choice, computer-based and computer-adaptive standardized exam that is often required for admission to graduate business programs (MBA) globally.
The GMAT is developed and administered by testmaker GMAC to provide business schools with common measures of applicants' preparedness for graduate-level academic work. Business school admission committees look at your GMAT score, along with work experience, academic record, and supporting materials, to assess your readiness for the rigors of an MBA program.
The GMAT exam measures your command of basic arithmetic, algebra, geometry, multi-source data analysis, and grammar. More importantly, it measures your ability to analyze and evaluate written material, think critically, and solve problems. The GMAT is first and foremost a test of your critical thinking skills.
The structure of GMAT
The GMAT Computer Adaptive Test or the GMAT CAT comprises three sections. Each of the three sections is separately timed. The first section of the GMAT test is an essay writing section and is known as the Analytical Writing Assessment Section (GMAT AWA Section). The next section is the Integrated Reasoning Section. The next two sections in the GMAT test are objective type multiple choice sections, one of which is the Quantitative section and the other is the Verbal section.
Section 1 - Analysis of an Argument (30 min):
The first section in GMAT-CAT is an assesment of analytical writing skills and is to be completed during the first 30 minutes. In this task, the candidate has to analyse how logically persuasive the argument presented in the question is? This section is scored on a scale of 0 to 6.
Section 2 - Integrated Reasoning (30 min):
The second section in the GMAT CAT is the Integrated Reasoning section. This section was introduced in the computer adaptive format of the GMAT test from June 2012. The integrated reasoning section replaced the second essay of the AWA section - AWA issue.
Section 3 - Quantitative Section (75 min) - 37 questions:
This section (Quantitative) consists of multiple-choice questions delivered in a computer-adaptive format. Questions in this sections are dynamically selected as you take the test. Therefore, your test will be unique, and the multiple-choice questions will adjust to your ability level. A total of 37 questions are served in this section and comprise two types of questions within this section viz., Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency.
Section 4 - Verbal Section (75 min) - 41 questions:
The last section in GMAT - CAT is the Verbal section. This one is also a multiple-choice section delivered in a computer-adaptive format. There are three types of questions in this section viz., Reading Comprehension, Sentence Correction and Critical Reasoning.
Convenience and Flexibility
Balance the demands of your job/college and GMAT preparation with personalized and scheduled online classes.
Personal GMAT Educator
Provides personal facilitator who will keep you motivated throughout your GMAT prep while trailor-made your study preparation plan as per your pace.
Live Online Sessions
Our GMAT Educator provides online live and intractive online classes as per your convenient and availability.
Provides worksheets and questions on each section for practice - Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, Sentence Correction, Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency
Full-Length Mock Tests
Provides full-length adaptive mock tests powered by to help you prepare for the real test scenarios
We understand that you are not ready until you practice GMAT standard questions.
We would help you solve questions bank in both Verbal and Quant.
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is an English language proficiency test
that measures the listening, reading, writing and speaking skills of people who are interested in
studying or working in environments where English is the language used. IELTS is accepted by more
than 9,000 organizations in over 140 countries, including 3,000 institutions in the United States,
and recognizes American, Australian, and British varieties of English. Last year, more than 2.9
million tests were taken around the world.
There are two IELTS tests Academic and General Training. IELTS Academic is used for higher
education and professional certification. IELTS General Training is used for work or migration
purposes. The Listening and Speaking sections of IELTS are the same for both Academic and General
Training, however, test takers take different Reading and Writing sections, depending on the test
The Academic Reading includes authentic texts from books, journals, newspapers, etc., whereas the
General Training Reading includes authentic texts from company handbooks, official documents, books,
newspapers, etc. The differences between the Academic Writing and General Training Writing are in
the content, nature, and contextual parameters of the tasks.
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) evaluates your ability to listen, read, speak and
write English at the university level. Accepted by over 8,500 colleges and universities in the US,
UK, Canada and Australia, over 27 million people have sat for the TOEFL test in over 130
It consists of a 4 hour test in 4 sections which covers:
Reading: students are given a
reading passage and then posed questions about the content they have just read
Listening: students are given a
passage to listen only once and are asked questions about the conversation
Speaking: students read passages
and answer questions on a variety of subjects. These replies are digitally recorded and sent to
exam judges to be tested
Writing: students are given a
passage and then asked to write a passage in response to the text.
FAQs on Career and Admission Counselling:
+ How do I choose a right study abroad country?
Perhaps it is the most important decision but choosing a study destination will depend on many factors, including your academic major, cost, visa issues, and so forth. Our student counselors have extensive knowledge about each study destination, including tuition fees, cost of living, student visa process and the various universities. They will help you choose the most suitable study abroad destination and complete university guide too.
+ Which is the least costly study abroad destinations?
Study destinations such as China, Malaysia are cheaper in terms of university tuition fees as well as the cost of accommodation rental and cost of living including accommodation rental rates. However, the recent devaluation of the UK currency has made the UK one of the most affordable destinations for students who are looking for world-class university education from some of the best universities in the world.
+ Where is the largest number of university choices?
The US has over 6000 universities and colleges teaching and extensive range of academic disciplines and study majors at all study levels. Those include diplomas,
all bachelor degrees, best master degrees, and doctoral degrees. Whatever major students are looking to study, most certainly can be found at one of the American universities or college. This is followed by the UK where it offers a wide range of disciplines and majors to cover almost any field of study.
+ How to study abroad?
Many students wonder how to study abroad successfully and where to start in a process that can be challenging and confusing specially for international students. The process vary from one study destination to another and the type of university or college as well as the study major or academic major.
+ When should we apply for University?
Every foreign University/College has their intakes during a year. Some have two intakes while others may have three or only one or a rolling intake during the academic year. Majority Institutions in a particular country follow the same intake. Hence, you should initiate steps for admission process at least one year in advance for the respective intake. In some cases, you could begin these steps 3-4 months in advance as well.
+ What are factors that are consider in short listing the University?
Short listing of the Universities is a personalized process. We take into consideration the student interest, academic scores, the prerequisites of the university, and the complete profile of the student strength and weaknesses, preferences and chances of getting into the university, we will give you a list of 15-18 universities with chances of getting an admit.
+ How long application processing take?
It depends on how much time you can spend and the type of the application, on an average it takes 2-3 months for a good application.
+ What are reason to study USA?
Studying in USA provides the following: 1) an opportunity to study the latest curriculum for better career prospects.2) an opportunity to study at the world-renowned universities. 3) An opportunity to work on latest research projects. 4) An opportunity to be exposed to different environment and culture and also. 5) Multiple Job opportunities.
+ What are admission deadlines in USA?
There are 2 sessions a) fall Ė Starts in Aug-Sep the student should ideally apply by November & December. MS usually have a deadline but the applications are evaluated on a first come first come basis so it is advisable to apply early for better chances of admisisons.
+ What are the admission requirements?
The admission requirements will vary depending on what course you plan to study and which study abroad destination you choose and what university, college or English school the admission applications will be processed to. In general, you can find the admission requirements list on our admission requirement page.
+ Which documents are necessary before applying for admission?
College applications have a list of documents to be submitted such as your transcripts, standardized test scores, SOP, LOR, degree certificates, etc.
+ How can I get the scholarship?
Scholarship depends on various factors such as the profile of the student, University funds, program applied for and the timing of the application, thereís no guarantee that a student will get a scholarship, but we will help you during the application process to apply for scholarships. Also, it is to be noted that If the student hasnít received aid initially it is possible for him to get some aid after the first semester based on the performance.
+ Can you tell me more about the personal statement?
Personal statements can be part of the application requirement especially for direct bachelor degree and master degree applications or for students with poor academic credentials. Although personal statements are not required for all admission applications, we highly recommend writing a personal statement in support of your application. The recommended length of a personal statement is 400 words.
+ What if I do not have academic reference letters?
Academic reference letters are not essential for completing the application process as some universities would accept work references particularly for postgraduate programs such as MBA, DBA, and PhD degrees. Most International Foundation programs do not require academic references.
+ Is SAT/IELTS/TOEFL necessary?
There are some schools which lets you apply without TOEFL / IELTS if the undergrad is in English, but itís better to take the test since it will allow you to apply to all schools.
+ Which destination has the easiest student visa?
When it comes to processing a student visa, one of the most critical challenges in the time it takes to receive their student visa. The faster visa approval time is UAE visa, bet it Dubai visa or Abu Dhabi visa. This is followed by the UK which has an efficient and fast study visa processing time. Considering all the documents are complete and the visa application has been submitted correctly the student visa should be issued fast from both destinations.