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Success Stories


☑️ In IPM programme, more then 50 Students have been cleared IPMAT Indore/ IPMAT Rohtak / JIPMAT out of approximately 100  students

☑️ Highest Rank in IPMAT Indore : 5th [Manan Agarwal]

☑️ In CMAT out of Top 10, 4 are from our YouTube channel. 

☑️ In XAT highest percentile is 99.74

☑️ In XAT Highest Percentile in Decision Making From Anshu Sir's Course is : 99.8 ❤️❤️ 

☑️ Anshu Sir have taken a seminar for India's best News paper Dainik Bhaskar. Our course is the best course across India and our results shows it.

☑️ CAT Highest Percentile: 99.93

☑️ CAT Second Highest Percentile: 99.13

☑️ CAT Third Highest Percentile: 98.12

☑️ SNAP Highest Percentile: 99.78

☑️ XAT Highest Percentile: 98

This section will help you in your preparation for CAT, IPMAT, XAT, IIFT, CMAT, JIPMAT and other examinations also. In this section you will get the preparation strategy from our toppers 'Creators Toppers'. We have asked 6 common questions to our toppers and here are their answers that will help you to prepare well.

Here is the list of questions: 

  1. Inspiring Story of the student. 

  2. Subject - wise strategy:       (a)  Quantitative Aptitude       (b) Verbal Ability            (c)       LR - DI 

  3. Mock Test Strategy:

  4. How did he/ she manage 12th/ Drop and IPMAT  or Graduation Final Year/ Job and CAT simultaneously : 

  5. Role of Anshu Agarwal in student's success

  6. Student’s Tips for Aspirants.

Richa Bhatia
[Converted: XLRI Jamshedpur BM(Joined), SIBM, NMIMS]


My inspiring journey began when I dedicated 11 months of my life, investing an average of 8 hours a day, to prepare for the CAT exam. My sole focus was to secure a seat in the prestigious IIMs A, B, or C. However, fate had other plans for me as my CAT results fell short due to a disastrous performance in one of the sections. I was initially disheartened and decided to give it another shot the following year.During this time, a wise mentor of mine suggested that XLRI Jamshedpur was an institution at par with the IIMs. Intrigued by this revelation, I filled out the XAT exam form just before the registration deadline, unaware that it would change the course of my life. With a mere 38 days remaining, juggling my UG 6th semester exams and XAT preparation seemed like a daunting task. Yet, undeterred by the challenges, I poured my heart and soul into those 18 precious days of XAT preparation. Today, I stand proudly as a student at XLRI Jamshedpur, a testament to the power of perseverance, resilience, and the unwavering belief that dreams can be realized against all odds.


Quant Section: In preparation for the quant section of my exam, I devised a systematic approach. I began with a thorough understanding of the number system, recognizing its significance as a foundation. Next, I delved into arithmetic, mastering its concepts and techniques. Subsequently, I tackled algebra and geometry, recognizing that many candidates opt for either one of these subjects. However, I decided not to overlook either, understanding their individual importance. Throughout my preparation, I maintained a diligent practice routine. I meticulously noted down challenging problems on a separate copy, ensuring I revisited them repeatedly. Additionally, I created a separate compilation of formulas and shortcuts, proving to be an invaluable resource during the exam.

During the final 2-3 months leading up to the exam, I dedicated substantial time to practicing quant sectional tests. On average, I completed two tests daily. Following each test, I diligently analyzed my performance, identifying areas of weakness. I made it a point to reattempt the problems I initially struggled with.

Verbal: To prepare for the verbal section, I adopted a focused strategy. Initially, I immersed myself in reading a wide range of aeon essays, meticulously analyzing the meaning and underlying rationale of each paragraph. Building a strong vocabulary became a priority during the first six months.

As my preparation progressed, I transitioned to taking sectional tests from prominent companies and institutes. On average, I completed two tests daily. After each test, I carefully examined my incorrect answers, comparing them to the reasoning of the examiners. This critical analysis helped me understand the nuances of the verbal section and refine my approach.

LRDI: For the LRDI section, I adopted a gradual approach. I began with low-level puzzles, steadily progressing to higher-level ones at a natural pace. My primary focus was to solve as many puzzles as possible, building my expertise along the way. I dedicated more time to high-level LR problems, while covering only low to moderate-level DI. This strategy allowed me to develop a solid foundation and tackle complex LRDI challenges effectively.


During my mock exams, my strategy revolved around maintaining a balance between accuracy and speed. I understood that attempting more questions with low accuracy would be counterproductive. Therefore, I prioritized accuracy in my attempts. However, my dedication to improving extended beyond the exam itself. I invested an additional 3 hours in post-exam analysis for every 2 hour mock. So I dedicated around 5 hours for every mock. This comprehensive analysis allowed me to identify my strengths and weaknesses, enabling me to fine-tune my approach and maximize my performance in subsequent mocks.


Managing CAT/XAT While pursuing my sixth semester of undergraduate studies,

I faced the challenge of simultaneously preparing for the CAT-XAT exams. Given that CAT-XAT held greater significance for me, I dedicated most of my time to their preparation. With a strong academic track record in the previous five semesters, I felt relatively less concerned about my sixth semester exams. Consequently, I allocated an average of seven hours daily for CAT-XAT preparation, while only dedicating two hours for my undergraduate academics. My priority lay in securing admission to a top-tier business school, motivating my focused efforts towards achieving that goal.


I am truly grateful for the invaluable guidance and support provided by my mentor, Anshu Aggarwal Sir, throughout my journey to XLRI Jamshedpur. His comprehensive quant material surpassed all expectations, covering everything from fundamental concepts to advanced topics. The video solutions he provided were exceptional, offering clear and in- depth explanations.

Moreover, his reasoning section encompassed a wide range of concepts, considering the perspectives of major MBA entrance exams such as CAT, Snap, Nmat, XAT, and IIFT. Anshu Sir's responsiveness was commendable, as he promptly answered calls and replied to emails, offering guidance and motivation during moments of discouragement caused by low mock percentiles.

From the depths of my heart, I express my sincerest gratitude to Anshu Aggarwal Sir for his invaluable help and unwavering support on my path to XLRI Jamshedpur.


Go step by step in your exam preparation. Covering syllabus thoroughly is important. Make MBA entrance test your priority. Everything else must come after that. Complete syllabus 3-4 months before exam and the last 3 -4 months should be focused to doing and analysing,

Revise difficult sums, formulas and shortcuts. During last month, start sleeping well for about 7 hours a day. So-hum Meditation can help relieve stress. Do meditate before going for every
exam and interview.

Tanay Aggarwal


Back in CAT 2021, I had quit my job 4 months prior to the exam. I was studying on my own for a couple of months too during my job. But the result was not satisfactory in CAT 2021. I scored 88 percentile and didn't receive any call from the colleges I wanted to get into. But for CAT 2022, I bought your course and started preparing religiously again and joined a new firm side by side. I finally scored 94.31 percentile and converted IMT Ghaziabad, IIM Ranchi, IIM Kashipur, IIM Sirmaur, IIM Sambhalpur, and other baby IIMs. 


(a) Quantitative Aptitude: Concept is the key. Revise all your concepts and questions again and again till the concept gets to your heart. Creators' level helped a lot!

(b) Verbal Ability: Read online articles daily and analyze your VA section after full length mocks.            

(c) LR - DI: Practice, practice, practice. Anshu sir's LRDI course is really thorough with simple explanations. Use it to your advantage.


Try to cover your course by July so that you can give mocks weekly (I used to give mocks every Sunday). Giving these tests after completing your course makes sense because you would know what topics you are able to do and what topics you are not able to do. Practice more on the latter part, and analyze your mock thoroughly. Don't bombard yourself with mock tests every day. Giving the test once a week is just fine if you sit with the right mindset. Also, when you sit for the mock, try to kill every distraction around and try to focus on how important this is. This is how you will get the same conditions at your home, as the D-day.


I used to take out 2 hours regularly on the weekdays, and on weekends, I used to stretch it to 4-5 hours. Remember, CONSISTENCY IS THE KEY.


Numerous videos with clear concepts and easy language worked wonders. Apart from course content, Creators' level, CAT 300, XAT 300, instilled in the confidence I needed for the exam. Anshu sir is just a call away!


Just be consistent in your efforts, quantitative aptitude requires the maximum efforts so do that daily and consistently. Give mocks weekly, analyze them religiously. Revise your concepts and formulae again and again. Just trust and process, and sit with your family to get positivity. Always believe, "you can do it!"

Manan Aggrawal

Name: Manan Aggrawal

City: Pune

IPM Indore: 5th Rank

CAT: 97.3 Percentile


My name is Manan, I live in Pune. I came across Anshu sir's channel when I was in 12th grade, looking for solutions to help me prep for IPMAT. Since the course is not very popular in India, the resources are limited, but I was able to find sir's Youtube channel which prompted me to take a deep look at it. I used to look at the videos that were available for free, and liked the way he approached each question, in the form of an algorithm. Each question had to be broken down in a similar way, and the line-by-line approach was particularly intriguing to me. I got into IIM Indore's IPM program thanks to him, and will always be grateful for the course.


I had refreshed quants using the course, other two sections I didn't pay too much attention on. For quants, I looked at Arun Sharma's book, and a couple of free online resources as well. I studied from Anshu Sir's course, the long video course as well as the shorter IPMAT 300. The tips and tricks given were quite helpful for me to crack the exam.


For IPMAT, I gave quite a lot of mocks, CAT not so much. I was quite focused on IPMAT, but during the CAT exam, I had to divert focus from the curriculum as well as building my own startup. For IPMAT, I gave about 20-30 mocks, and would try to analyse my approach. My main goal was to identify areas where the "click" would just not happen, where I would get stuck and burn a lot of time.


Final year + CAT was difficult. Especially when you add managing a fest and building a startup to it. CAT was not a big priority for me since I had already decided that I would be pursuing my own venture after the three years at IIMI. But yes, I have a lot of batchmates who used Sir's resources and cracked 99+ percentiles in CAT while in the final year.


I have always been personally connected with Sir, he has always been there on call with me throughout the journey. We have had long discussions around the attempts, and he has always helped his students in a very close manner, something not a lot of institutions do. His contact details are always available for people to raise doubts, which I feel is amazing from a customer experience standpoint.


For IPMAT, I would just recomment to prep for CAT. The syllabus is same, some people even think IPMAT is harder than CAT though there are less aspirants. For CAT, I would suggest to attempt a ton of mocks, helps you build up stamina and improve decision making when it comes to writing the paper.

Hridaya Gupta



10th Percentage: 90

12th Percentage:96


Final Selections: IIM ROTHAK


So I  was once just browsing to find a good class for ipmat and I came across Anshu sir's video.From there my journey began. I used to devote 8 hours everyday as during covid i was quite free. from March I started giving mocks everyday. in the morning full length and evening topic wise. but analysing the mock is where u r ahead of others. i used to analyse all my mocks and click the imp questions which i got wrong and made a collection of all these questions. this hardwrk i feel helped me sail  through  


(a)  Quantitative Aptitude ( practice as much as you can and skip the time consuming questions)      

(b)  Verbal Ability  ( take RC at the last and first read the questions of rc)        

(c)   LR - DI ( id di is time consuming leave it but practice all types well)


first go through all question. choose your questions which u can do the best .dont keep looking at the timer or else u will mess up.


i was for 2 yrs


he was like an idol.he counselled me and gave me strategis to attempt paper.his video course was amazing. all the questions were from there only.ipmat 300 was the best revision course 


be calm, it's a long process. Devote at least 4 hrs each day for ur prep.No one can ever be perfect with everything.just give as many mocks as you can.

Nitin Girwal

Name: Nitin Girwal

City: Indore

10th Percentage: 93.6

12th Percentage:93.2

Qualified Written Exams: IIM INDORE

Final Selections: IIM Indore


I want to share my IPMAT journey with all the upcoming aspirants. This was my second attempt and I cleared the exam just because of Anshu Sir's video course. His course has all the short cuts &formulas which can help u in the last minute. My first attempt was horrified &then I realised a proper material & guidance is must for clearing the exam.

My advice to the upcoming aspirants is that just cover the syllabus as soon as possible & then endeavour the mocks. Try to revise the topics regularly and then in the end all your hard work,diligence and determination will pay off.


(a)Quantitative ability - Cover all the topics no need to go outside the box in the beginning. Just belive in the Sir's course.In the end you can try out some out of the context questions for sure.


 (b)Verbal ability - First of all improve your reading speed and understanding of the context. You can go for newspaper or some online articles. Improve your vocab along with that .Use some online dictionary apps from playstore.

Learn at least 15 idioms and phrases simultaneously daily for atleast three months.You can also try Arun Sharma's Verbal ability .It will be of great help.

In the end just give mocks and practice tests.

(c) Logical reasoning - It was not a part of Ipmat Indore so I didn't do it as I was only aiming for IIM Indore.

DI you can practice in mock tests and practice sheets.


The only advice is that don't get demotivated in your initial attempts.

I was also not able to cross 100 marks in the beginning . But it is a gradual process . You just stock to your guns and give as much mocks as u can . But don't forget to analyse your mocks . Learn from your mistakes and don't repeat them in the future.


Anshu sir made this course this is the most important role of sir in your Ipm journey.

Just to do this course go for mocks and practice sheets given by sir . Believe in sir he will not let you down.

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