Manya organizes seminars to create awareness about New SAT among students

January 30 2016,  19.36 PM IST || Pocket News Alert

Manya organizes seminars, workshops across India to create awareness about New SAT among students

* SAT expert Micheal Gamerl from The Princeton Review (USA) visits Hyderabad
Hyderabad, 29th January 2016: The renowned SAT experts Manya Education Pvt. Ltd (MEPL) in association with The Princeton Review, their business partner from USA, are organizing various meets across major cities in India to create awareness about the new SAT, its pattern and how to crack it with ease.

SAT test is the most popular test taken globally to get into UG course in US universities and close to 8 Lakh students take this test annually to get into US universities. More than 16 thousand Indian students got into UG courses across US universities and colleges last year after acing this test.
Mr. MichealGamerl (AVP- The Princeton Review) commenting on his visit said, “India is a very important market for us that is why we have partnered with Manya Education Pvt. Ltd.  and the way Indian economy is performing we are very much hopeful and positive that the clout of Indian students will increase in the coming years provided India keeps up with the economic momentum it has achieved.”

Manya holds a very strong position as per SAT and undergraduate study programs and is amongst the top players in the organised study abroad segment. With intensive study material along with the quality certified trainers as per International standards, Manya is a name to reckon with as far as SAT test preparation is concerned with an average score of 1790/2400 and an average score improvement of 358 points, in Hyderabad. With new and improved course material, Manya is geared up to take on the New SAT test and is far ahead of anyone else with pilot batches running in the various regions.
Mr. Faizul Hassan, Regional Manager (Andhra & Telangana), Manya Education Pvt. Ltd said, “Hyderabad is a very promising market for Manya as study abroad market size here is approximately 45000-50000 students each year and is rapidly growing year on year. 1 in every 5 students in the region aspires for Western education with USA being the most desired destination of study for students.

The undergraduate market in Hyderabad has seen a decent growth in last 2 years and the trend looks promising in the coming years too owing to increased awareness and interest in parents and students for UG abroad.South India being a study abroad hub of the country can anticipate a phenomenal growth in UG abroad in the coming years. The region witnesses approximately 800-1000 SAT test takers every year and as per the growth trend seen for last couple of years we are expecting 20-25% YoY growth in the region”.

Mr. Gamerl further added, “The changes in the SAT format this year have been on the trickier side as the number of questions have declined so is the time limit, math section will now hold 50% of the total score along with more data interpretation in the English section. The changes are meant to find the crème of the students from India to study in US as it has been proven time and again that Indians are doing considerable amount of contribution to US economy and society.”

Indian students are more inclined towards Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) streams as 80% of the Indian students opt for STEM followed by Business and Doctorate courses. California, Texas, Illinois and New York are the most sought after destinations by regional students to pursue their higher education in the USA.

Manya organizes seminars to create awareness about New SAT among students