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    Merit Class, No L-139, Bhaska's Plaza, 5th Main, 15th Cross, Hsr 6th Sector, Opp Rajesh Jewellers, Bangalore 560102
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    Mathematics, English, History, Hindi, EVS, Science, All Subjects, Physics, Geography, Accountancy, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Zoology, Biology, School level computer, Bengali, Marathi, Commerce Subjects, Social Studies, NTSE, Special Education, Algebra, NSTSE, IT & Computer Subjects, Ar... More [+]
  • Overview:

    Merit Class concentrate exclusively only on Bangalore region and is the outcome of a long quest to combine the latest in pedagogy, through its unique tutoring methodology, with the best in technology, which makes it available to students from all over the Bangalore.

  • Specialities:

    We have learning centers in different parts of Bangalore.and providing education service from primary to Post graduarion.

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Faculties:

Tutors are highly qualified and experienced. in CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE, IB and NIOS Board all subjects from class 1 to 12

Syllabus Offered:

We offer customized courses for all classes, from Primary (Class 1 to 12) to Post  graduation level.All compitative Exams ike IIT JEE, NEET, and MBBS aswell

Class 1 - 5 Mathematics, English, History, Hindi, EVS, Science, All Subjects
Class 9 - 10 Mathematics, Physics, English, History, Geography, Accountancy, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Hindi, Zoology, Biology, School level computer, Bengali, Marathi, EVS, Science, Commerce Subjects, Social Studies, NTSE, Special Education, Algebra, NSTSE
Class 11 - 12 Mathematics, Physics, Accountancy, Chemistry, Biology, IT & Computer Subjects, Algebra, Arts Group
College Level Accountancy, Bio Chemistry, Anthropology, Arts Group, B.Arch Tuition
Engineering Entrance & IITJEE Mathematics, Chemistry, IIT JEE Mains, IIT JEE Advanced
Engineering Subjects Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Electronics
Languages Tamil, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Sanskrit, Danish, Swedish, Business English, Persian
MBA & BBA Forex Trading, MBA Entrance, Management Subjects, BBA Subjects, BBA Entrance, BHA, MHA, BTTM, MTTM, Bachelor of Hospital Administration (BHA)
Medical Entrance & AIPMT Chemistry, Physiology, Biology, AIPMT, MCI Exam, NEET, MDS Exam, MBBS Tuition, COMEDK Exam
Class 6 - 8 Mathematics, Physics, English, History, Geography, Accountancy, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Hindi, Zoology, Biology, School level computer, Bengali, Marathi, EVS, Science, All Subjects, Commerce Subjects, Social Studies, NTSE, Special Education, Algebra, NSTSE
Competitive Exams Bank Clerical, Bank PO, SBI Exam, RBI Exam

Address:

Merit Class, No L-139, Bhaska's Plaza, 5th Main, 15th Cross, Hsr 6th Sector, Opp Rajesh Jewellers, Bangalore 560102

Landmark:

Near kurl on showroom

Timing:

Monday to Saturday 6.00 AM to Evening 10.00 PM. Sunday ; 9.00 AM to 2.00 PM

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Civil Engineering Classes
Engineering Subjects
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Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physic
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Class 1 To 5 All Subject Coaching Classes
Class 1 - 5

Class 1 To 5 All Subject Coaching Classes
Class 1 To 5 All Subject Coaching Classes

All Subjects
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Competitive Exams
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This is the bank exam held for recruitment to Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for the job of Grade B officer. Find information regardi
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Accountancy Guidance For Standard 11-12
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Accountancy Guidance For Standard 11-12
Accountancy Guidance For Standard 11-12

Accountancy
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Accountancy is the practice of recording, classifying, and reporting on business transactions for a business. It provides feedback
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Kannada Language Learning Programme
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Kannada Language Learning Programme
Kannada Language Learning Programme

Kannada
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NEET Preparatory Course
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  • Answer:

    Oxford English Grammar Course Basic With Cd Paperback (english)

  • Answer:

    Differs to person.  You can simply follow the standard gate syllabus. ( You can start from technical subjects scheduling maths at some other time.)  Simple. - Theory, gate questions.  If at starting point you find theory revision boring, you just start to solve questions. It will clear you whether theory brush up needs or not. Also you will get idea how to read the things, which part can't be ignored, etc.  Don't waste too much time in theory revision. Although don't ignore it at all.  It depends on you whether you need 'chapter - questions' pattern or whole subject and then questions.  GATE questions are must. Your subject is not complete without theory and gate questions both.  Join any test series. You can also follow its schedule instead of standard syllabus. Give all the chapter wise (if it have) tests after gate questions. After completing whole subject give the test of that subject. Suppose there are three - basic, middle, advanced level tests. At this stage do only basic level. I mean - Theory, gate, chapter wise test, whole syllabus basic level test.  Follow this order for all subjects.  After completing all the subjects, follow middle level and advance level tests (may be both at same time) . Thus you can complete syllabus two times.  Then give full length test.  No need to complete whole 100% syllabus. Even in tests if a question comes from topic you decided to skip, skip it.  If at any time need arises to see books, do it. 

  • Answer:

    1) getting recruited into PSU. 2)Doing Mtech and then getting recruited or carry on with teaching profession. 3) Doing MS and going into research field 4)Doing masters and then Phd and then continue into research and or teaching field.

  • Question:What do we need to do to clear the GRE exam?
    Posted in:GRE | Date: 29/07/2016

    Answer:

    lessons that I learnt while preparing and giving GRE. 1. Time management is crucial so whenever you start to solve questions make sure you time yourself. Helped me a lot 2. For solving Reading Comprehensions stick to one book/strategy and practice a LOT. Use the technique which gets you the best result. 3. The current GRE format doesn't focus on difficult words or expects you to know all the words rather it tests how you understand english as a language. So, read good articles. I suggest this website Arts & Letters Daily. 4. Engineering students tend to ignore Math, do not make that mistake. 5. Lastly and most importantly, give a lot, A LOT of full tests.

  • Question:Is it necessary to take coaching for the GRE exam?
    Posted in:GRE | Date: 29/07/2016

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    1) This is the most important. Don't let anyone tell you that you can't score 325. You most definitely can. Stick to a fixed plan and work hard. 2) If you are a self-learner, Magoosh Online Test Prep is the best resource for you. It's premium plan is very close to the level of actual GRE and is considerably  cheaper than other coaching institutes. Also, it has great resources like study plans, GRE blog and ebooks for quant, flash cards, etc. which are free. Use them all. I'm speaking from personal experience. 3) If you think you'll learn better in a class structure, I think Manhattan Prep is good. I've attended Princeton Review and their materials are shit. Also, the coaching institutes focus on quant and are not a big help in verbal. 4) Join MS in US facebook groups. MS in US-Fall 2015 has pdf files of most of the materials in their 'Files' section.  5) Try not to buy any materials. Almost every book has a pdf copy which you can download for free. Official GRE guide is a must-have but you can borrow it from friends and seniors.

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    Many students asked me how they can get a better score in the Speaking test. One of the things that matter in the Speaking test is your pronunciation. When you study with a teacher, improving your pronunciation is easier – he can correct you and you can listen to him and just copy the way he pronounces words. But what do you do if you’re all alone and study by yourself?

    A number of things, actually!

    Firstly, you can use a free web-based text-to-speech application such as this one (click here to try). “Text-to-speech” means exactly that – you type a word and the program says it. Get a passage of text and start reading it out loud. Any word you are not sure how to pronounce, type in that website and click “Say it” to hear it. Repeat it again and again until you remember the right way to say it.

    Secondly, you can record yourself – using a computer or a tape recorder, an mp3 player, a mobile phone – now there are many devices that allow voice recording. Then listen to your recorded voice and take notes of which words are mispronounced. Start working on those using the talking website again and get them right.

  • Question:Who wrote Edward 2 ?
    Posted in:English | Date: 29/07/2016

    Answer:

    Christopher Marlowe

  • Question:Who wrote Macbeth ?
    Posted in:English | Date: 29/07/2016

    Answer:

    Shakespeare

  • Question:What is the capital of Cameroon ?
    Posted in:Geography | Date: 29/07/2016

    Answer:

    Yaoundé

  • Question:Who wrote the poem Kubla Khan ?
    Posted in:English | Date: 29/07/2016

    Answer:

    Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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    Real Account Rule   Debit What comes in

                                  Credit what goes out

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       The ultraviolet  UV radiation comes only from the Sun star in the planetary system...  Perhaps from other stars in distant galaxies too.  Young stars in their early or later stages of their life and evolution, emit  ultra violet rays.   The scientists in space sciences  use  telescopes specially meant for uv rays... for viewing stars from all galaxies... milky way.

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    CAT, GMAT and GRE assess the potential of candidates interested in applying to various graduate programs (Masters and Doctoral). A candidate interested in pursuing management education (or equivalent) in India takes the CAT, while a candidate interested in pursuing management education abroad or in premier Indian b-schools takes the GMAT. GRE is used by Universities/colleges for admission to their Masters in Sciences programmes.

  • Question:What are some best sites to prepare for GRE vocabulary?
    Posted in:GRE | Date: 29/07/2016

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    Here are the main sources:  Sites:  1. Memonic Dictionary: Fun and easy way to build your vocabulary!  2. Vocabulary. com Find out how strong your vocabulary is and learn new words at Vocabulary.com. (web version) 3. Magoosh Online Test Prep After applying for Fall 2015, while waiting for result, he created this app for ME to learn GRE words as I plan to take the test for the next application season. It's free, beautiful, useful with 2 learning modes of 200 most common words in GRE test.  You can find its link here:  Android Apps on Google Play GRE Hit Parade Amazon.com: GRE Hit Parade: Appstore for Android

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    yes

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    Merriam-Webster Dictionary

    There is nothing more helpful for an English learner than having a full comprehensive dictionary at hand all the time. With the Merriam-Webster dictionary app, you have this and much more. The app contains thousands of words defined and their usage explained. The best thing about this app is that you do not have to be connected to the internet to use it; you can access the extensive database offline. Another feature is the ability to listen to a word’s pronunciation meaning you never have to embarrass yourself again with wrong pronunciations in public. If you are connected to the internet, you can also make use of the “word of the day” tool to learn one new word daily.

    uVocab – Vocabulary Trainer

    With uVocab – Vocabulary Trainer you can learn new words and then test yourself. You can browse through the words alphabetically and tap on one to see a brief description. As for the tests, they do not have a limited number of questions. You can keep going until you get tired. You can also view your progress and even check the questions that you got wrong and re-study them.

    Voxy

    Traditional English learning and improvement methods can be just a tad boring. If you are looking to spice up your lessons try Voxy. With new lessons on a daily basis, flash cards and news stories there is no end to the amount of fun learning available on Voxy. Apart from building your vocabulary, Voxy will help you to pronounce words correctly and improve your general spoken English.

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    Yes , it is more than sufficient to get a good rank in Gate .. made easy postal study course materials are well designed, standard numericals are given .. Take postal study course of made easy and I think you will definitely be benefited .. You can check it by this link Postal 

  • Answer:

    A2A. I have seen some of the Made easy notes but, I realised they are just the things(with printing mistakes) copied from the standard books.Your books can tell you better. However, I cannot really tell you if you would get the worth or not since I haven't studied from them. But, if I would have been at your place, I would have resorted to 'just' books (E-version) instead of spending on some notes. In fact, most of the toppers are the ones who prefer standard books over these material. There are many things you can get online without spending a penny even the hand made notes of ACE or made easy. So why spend ? Rest, if you feel you'll get a better idea or help with some notes or stuff, you can surely go for them. Because, at the end what matters is the effort you put in. But, even if you buy one, don't follow those notes blindly. If you have any doubt or feel what's written is not correct, refer standard books. Good luck !

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    GRE is not a big selection criterion for MS programs.  The selection of a candidate for MS program is a 2 stage process:

    Screening process by the admin department: This screening process goes something like, there is a list of cut-off score or threshold values for certain selection criterion. For example, all students with GRE above 310 will be cleared, or all students with CGPA above 8.0/10.0 will be selected etc. This limit is not very strict and is flexible. TOEFL is one such criterion that will fall only and only in this screening process and not evaluated for the next one, unless you are going for TA/RA, in which case they need to evaluate your English language capability (still it will be least importance). Selection process by Adcom: In this process, you will be judged on your GPA, GRE score, SOP, LOR etc and is highly flexible. A student with great acads but not so good GRE can be selected over a student with perfect GRE score and average acads. It depends on your whole application file BUT certain parameters weigh more than the others.

    Usually the selection criterion goes like this (in descending order):

    Academic GPA/CGPA/%age as well as ranking in your batch Undergrad university SOP Research ex/Work ex GRE LOR

    These other factors will vary from case to case:

    Final Year Project Internship and papers Co/Extra-curricular Prof Letting

    Problems people might face:

    Backlogs Year Gap Plagiarism

    Some people may disagree, but this is what I personally think, seen and experienced.

  • Question:What are some strategies for taking the SAT?
    Posted in:SAT | Date: 30/07/2016

    Answer:

    Look for wrong answers instead of right answers.

    Don't know the right answer? It happens. But if you know which choices are definitely wrong, you will significantly improve your chances of getting the question right. This is called process of elimination. Since you aren't penalized for wrong answers on the SAT, you should always guess, even if this means choosing an answer at random.

    Here’s how it works: Each question has 4 possible answer choices. Eliminate even one possibility, and you have a 1:3 chance of guessing correctly.  Let's say there are 9 questions where you eliminate 1 choice and guess among the remaining choices. Statistically, you will guess correctly 3 times and incorrectly 6 times. You just earned 3 points!

    Know your personal order of difficulty.

    SAT questions are not arranged in order of difficulty (so that easier problems come earlier in the test than the hard ones). Instead, it’s important to identify the questions that YOU find easy or hard. Remember, you’re not scored onhow many questions you do. You’re scored on how many questions you answer correctly. So slow down on the questions you personally find easy or medium difficulty so you can pick up the most points. Just make sure you guess on the rest!

    Own your test booklet.

    You paid for that test booklet, personalize it. Scratch work is extremely important on the SAT. Don't be embarrassed about it—writing in your test booklet will help you keep your mind focused.

    • Mark up geometry diagrams. Keeping track of your work directly on the page will help you avoid careless mistakes.
    • When you use process of elimination to eliminate a wrong answer, cross it out! Don't leave it there to confuse you if you have to choose between two remaining answer choices.
    • When you answer a question but aren't entirely confident in your choice, circle the question or put a big question mark next to it. That way, if you have time to go back at the end of the section, you can find the question easily and quickly.
  • Answer:

    The same as anyone. Buy your official SAT guide and use Khan Academy for practice. meanwhile 1st year , college, is normally light , you should be able to do good. Stay confident and be sure to get a score 1300+ and get into a much better college than any NIT.

    Good luck~

  • Question:How much time is required to prepare for the IELTS?
    Posted in:IELTS | Date: 30/07/2016

    Answer:

    Many students want to know how long it will take to get the score they need. It's impossible for me to answer this question because it depends on too many things. For example:

    - How many hours of study do you do each day? - What kind of study do you do? - Do you have a teacher or someone who can help you? - Do you live in an English-speaking country? - Do you like learning English, or do you just need an IELTS score?

    Maybe the last question is the most important one. In my experience, people who enjoy learning English tend to make the fastest progress.

  • Question:Is TED useful for learning English?
    Posted in:Communicative English | Date: 30/07/2016

    Answer:

    Yes, definitely.* The speakers are uniformly good English speakers, even though some are not native English speakers. The subject matter is varied, so there is something that will appeal to many tastes. The videos have closed captions, which can be enabled (via "CC"), so that viewers can see the correct spelling of the spoken words, and the videos can be played over as needed for the viewer to comprehend the words, sentences, intonations, and inflections used by the speakers.

  • Question:How can I prepare for GATE without coaching?
    Posted in:GATE Exam | Date: 30/07/2016

    Answer:

    YES IT IS! and in very FIRST ATTEMPT. I perceive coaching(GATE) as they want to manufacture toppers only. Their factory comprises of best faculty with best resources, even after this they have to bargain with toppers to advertise their institute.  I had done coaching in class XI for IITs. All we know about the cut throat competition. Coaching taught me everything no matter it is relevant to my exam or not. They were focused on hard, harder and hardest questions. I badly need some direction and shape to my preparation at that time. So this time I decided; let me know myself what is my weakness and what is my strength.  Downloaded the syllabus--> stick to the wall -->  Read the blog having failure and success stories of GATE--> Attended the webinars (for guidance)-->  Novels motivated me-->  All INDIA Test series helped me to evaluate and to shape my practice-->  Solved previous year questions for guidance of breadth and depth of the topic--> left 25% of topics thinking them as not my cup of tea-->  Worked on my accuracy and speed-->  learned to handle the pressure.

  • Answer:

    you can try this and have access to almost 1 GB of Books , videos and study material - including all sources- manhattan, magoosh, Princeton review for absolutely FREE.

    steps to follow :

    create an account with Welcome to Filestream | Filestream . authenticate the account. download the torrent file from here (27 kB only :P) : Link : https://torcache.net/torrent/CEB... upload this torrent file (27 kB) to the upload file section in Filestream. now download the file (950 MB) using the dropdown arrow.

  • Answer:

    The writing section is my biggest worry. I'm considering a GRE course, but I don't want to seat through an entire course just for this one section. I am also considering a writing tutor but I don't know how to ensure the legitimacy of one. How can I improve my writing specifically for GRE style?

  • Question:What is top 8 IELTS book list for IELTS preparation?
    Posted in:IELTS | Date: 01/08/2016

    Answer:

    The Official Cambridge Guide to IELTS

    Cambridge IELTS 10

    English Grammar in Use

    English Collocations in Use

    English Vocabulary in Use

    New Insight Into IELTS

    Target Band 7: IELTS Academic Module – How to Maximize Your Score

    Cambridge IELTS 11

  • Question:How can I prepare for IIT JEE ?
    Posted in:IIT JEE Mains | Date: 04/08/2016

    Answer:

    Make sure you can solve problems from the NCERT class XI and class XII textbooks. For best concepts, use IIT Mathematics for JEE (Main and Advanced) by M.L. ... For the most abundant supply of difficult questions: New Pattern IITJEE Mathematics by Dr. S.K.

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