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Jamboree Overview


About Jamboree

JamboreeIndia is the oldest educational institute in India with dozens of locations in Indian cities and at sites in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Nepal. They cite some impressive statistics with 25% of their students scoring 700 on the GMAT, averaging 680 overall and most taking the GRE score 320, the highest rates in the industry.

Jamboree is the number one study abroad facility in India and have been able to place students in top universities around the world including Cambridge, Columbia, Harvard, London Business School, MIT, Oxford, Stanford, Wharton and Yale.


Outside of their classroom courses, the comprehensive online prep programs include videos, tutoring mentors, official questions from actual tests, practice problems and sample quizzes. For those learning off campus, you can visit the Jamboree blog and they also offer weekly webinars to interact with other students and faculty members.

Jamboree Cost and Contact Info

JamboreeIndia offers a free, non-descript trial of the GRE and the no-cost GMAT format consists of three videos that cover an introduction to the GMAT itself, quantitative and verbal sections along with a diagnostic test to see where you stand in the scoring process.

The GMAT Online: Self-Paced Module (designed for students who prefer studying at their own pace) costs $299.  GMAT Live classes start at $599 and the GMAT Test Series (include 12 Full-Length tests and 2 Official GMAC Adaptive Tests) costs $99.

Pricing for the GRE online platforms start at $69 for a preliminary “test ready” level covering the basics with six, full-length sample tests, webinars and analysis. Higher platforms include videos, practice questions, full length tests, optimized vocabulary, and AWA essays with review and webinars.  The GRE Live courses cost $430.

On their contact page, you’ll find a map to their head office in New Delhi along with a listing of their local phone numbers.

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16 reviews for Jamboree Overview

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ninette Noriega:

    it helps you to stay on track and the material is helpful.

    • 4 out of 5


      Keeps you on track to hit your study goals – if you’re someone who needs accountability, this is it.

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: Purdue 2022
      • MBA application & school advice: Its all about balancing your time, taking occasional breaks for yourself and coffee - lots of coffee.
    • 3 out of 5

      Juhi Parekh:

      Jamboree GMAT material is good and conceptual. Following their offline classes helps improve the score tremendously – by atleast 50 points

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: Incoming candidate at Kellogg School of Management, class of 2022
      • MBA application & school advice: Connect your past experiences to your present and why do you need an MBA to achieve your goals. Schools are interested in knowing who you are
    • 3 out of 5


      I enrolled only for GMAT test prep. Based on my impression of their gmat prep, I decided not to use Jamboree’s admissions consulting service.
      Let me divide my review into different sections covering each aspect of GMAT preparation at the branch of Jamboree Adhchini.
      1. Material : if you want to get a score of 700+,then you can’t rely on their material. The verbal section is so much EASIER in their material than the actual one you get in GMAT. I had to purchase Manhattan’s verbal prep after I gave my first GMAT. My first GMAT was an eye opener for me.
      The material for Quantitative Analysis is alright.
      2. Online test prep : again, nowhere in comparison to the actual gmat level difficulty. I felt so good being able to score high in online exams, but actual gmat was a totally different ball game. Specially, the online verbal section needs a huge improvement.
      3. Mock tests : they say that their mocks are more difficult than gmat. Don’t fall in that trap.
      4. Teachers:finally, teachers are neither energetic nor motivated. It is difficult to get a one on one time with them for doubt clearing. Their logic to finding answers keep changing as per their convenience. I had to forget whatever I studied at Jamboree for Verbal to learn the right logic from Manhattan.

      So, overall, the experience for gmat verbal prep at Jamboree was well below expectations.
      Quant prep rating:4.5/5
      Verbal prep rating:2/5

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: Smeal College of Business /2019
      • MBA application & school advice: Select the target universities. Talk to their current MBA students. Ask what worked for them in their applications. Then write essays and prepare videos. Start applying early in September to target universities. Prepare very well for interviews. Mention in the interview that you talked to current students of their MBA program.
    • 1 out of 5


      Was not happy with the style of teaching. Very Casual.

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: Wharton / 2017
    • 4 out of 5


      Great material for verbal prep, not so great for quant prep

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: Ross/2018
    • 3 out of 5


      Very basic gmat prep

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: Ross
    • 5 out of 5

      Rohit Chaudhary:

      I’ve attended GMAT classes in Jamboree Dadar (Mumbai) and have to say it’s an excellent institute with one of the most supportive faculties ever. Faculty have been there at every step and helped us out in every step from studying for the exam to mental preparation for the D-Day. Highly recommend!

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: Columbia Business School
      • MBA application & school advice: Do not go very broad, just focus on your top 3-4 priority schools.
    • 4 out of 5

      Ankur Maiti:

      I went to Jamboree for Admissions Consulting. The consultant was very helpful and knew the colleges that I can target. But the first list given to me was of very safe choices and I had to do my own research also and ask them to suggest a few higher ranked schools also. This time they got back to me with a better list. The best part is that they are open to listening to you and are friendly and accommodating.

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: Merage School of Business(UCI), 2017
      • MBA application & school advice: Taking GMAT is just 30% of task done for which there are a lot of resources available online. But post that, the student should do a lot of research in terms of talking to the students from the similar field in that schools and how they are finding the experience. At times job search in B-Schools can get tougher.
    • 4 out of 5

      Shiful Parti:

      – Great prep for Math and Verbal

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: 2015
      • MBA application & school advice: Score high on the gmat
    • 3 out of 5

      Anjani Anand:

      Good course material

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: Brandeis University
      • MBA application & school advice: Check the school's website you are applying for and mould your application as per the requirements of the school.
    • 3 out of 5

      Arjun Prasad:

      If you just want someone to keep you in check and monitor your progress, Jamboree is ok. But for actually prep material, content and tricks/tips, I didn’t find them very useful.

      The focus on verbal needs to be seriously revamped.

      Attended the center in Dubai.

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: Saïd Business Scool, Oxford University / 2015
      • MBA application & school advice: Don't expect spoon feeding. Prepare by yourself....hard!
    • 3 out of 5


      good for a start

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: UGA
      • MBA application & school advice: start early
    • 3 out of 5


      Quant was comprehnesive. English faculty was not good.

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: Insead 2016
      • MBA application & school advice: Reflect upon your goals. Along with hard skills display your soft skills.
    • 3 out of 5

      Kapil Dhingra:

      Average course material, not great for 700+ scores

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: University of iowa
    • 2 out of 5

      Rahul Gupta:

      Not the best course for 99 percentile aspirants

      • MBA Program & Grad Year: Yale SOM 2016
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