What is an Integrated Program?

An Integrated Program is a manifestation of Logic Academy's unique pedagogy. We found that when students start preparing early, they are not sure of their career paths and may want to have multiple options open. In India, for instance, there are 10+ entrance tests for getting into B-schools. Also sometimes, an aspirant is required to give two tests for admission in foreign universities. For instance, over and above GRE or GMAT, an aspirant will also be required to clear either IELTS, PTE or TOEFL as a part of admission process. In order to give early starters the benefit of versatile prep, we have designed this exclusive Integrated Program!

Express

is designed for those who propose to write multiple entrance tests within 6 months of enrollment.

Busy Bee

is designed for those who propose to write multiple entrance tests within 12 months of enrollment.

Early Bird

is designed for those who propose to write multiple entrance tests within 18 months of enrollment.

Our Integrated Programs

At Logic Academy, we have the experience of mentoring hundreds of students who have chosen to crack multiple entrance tests. Our winning pedagogy ensures that our Integrated Program students make it to not only India's, but world's best universities. Our Testimonials are rife with students who have successfully cracked multiple entrance tests.

All MBA Entrance Tests

  • This program covers all the MBA entrance tests that one has to appear for getting admitted to best MBA colleges. This program will help you crack CAT, CMAT, GMAT, NMAT, XAT, IIFT, SNAP and MAT among other entrance tests.

GRE/GMAT+IELTS/PTE

  • Over and above GRE, you need to clear either IELTS or PTE. A lot of universities in Canada and Australia require you to clear only IELTS or PTE for admission and hence you will be able to keep options open.

CAT+GRE

  • Science & Engineering background students usually face the dilemma in choosing between an MS program and an MBA program. This program is ideally suited for students who wish to keep both their options open.

1000+

Students Enrolled

20,000+

Practice Questions

200+

Full-length Tests

Did you know?

It is possible to crack multiple exams with one program because the skills tested on so many of these tests is quite similar. What is different is the format of the test and the pattern of questions. A lot of students, for the lack of information, do not realize that it is actually easy to crack these tests simultaneously.

Common Skills

All MBA entrance tests and the GRE test Quantitative Reasoning (read: basic Math concepts), Verbal Reasoning (read: communicative English skill) and Data Interpretation (read: data analysis) skills. In addition, an aspirant is only required to prepare for Logical Reasoning, Writing Ability and General Awareness skills selectively for a few of the entrance tests.

Want to know more about our Integrated Program?Check out our detailed analysis on how one crack multiple entrance tests!

Tributes to Our Pedagogy

Best practice tools

At Logic Academy, we have developed more than 15,000 pages of original content across all our products. Our books have also been published by well known publishers from New York and Delhi. Some of our books have been trendsetters in competitive exam prep all across India since 2002.

Access to our proprietary content is available to our students in both online and offline mode.

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