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About Courses we will teach you to ace in exam.

6012B0453Y : Econometrics (Amsterdam School of Economics)
EC226: Econometrics (University of Warwick)
EC203: Applied Econometrics (University of Warwick)
EC2020: Elements of Econometrics (London School of Economics - LSE)
MG205: Econometrics - Theory and Applications (London School of Economics - LSE)
EC3301: Statistics and Econometrics (University of St Andrews)
ECON W3412: Introduction to Econometrics (Columbia University)
EC2017: Introductory Econometrics (City, University of London)
BEE2031: Econometrics (University of Exeter)
Econometrics: University of Jordan
Econometrics: University of Birmingham
Econometric Analysis: Newcastle University
BEE2006: Statistics and Econometrics (University of Exeter)
EC3303 : Statistics and Econometrics (University of St. Andrews)
EC304: Empirical Economic Analysis II (Boston University)
FR2202: Financial Econometrics (Bayes Business School)
EC220: Introduction to Econometrics (London School of Economics)
EC221: Introduction to Econometrics (London School of Economics)
ECO-20042 : Introduction to Econometrics (Keele University)
5SSMN932: Introduction to Econometrics (King’s College London)
5QQMN938 : Intermediate Econometrics (King’s College London)
Introductory Econometrics (University of Nottingham)
ECON 421-521/2 A : ECONOMETRICS I (Concordia University)
Econometrics: Amsterdam School of Economics
5SSPP213: Econometrics (King’s College London)
SESS2010 : Applied Econometrics (UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies)
ECON 321 : Introduction to Econometrics (University of Waterloo)
EBC2011 Economics : Quantitative Methods 3 (Maastricht University)
BEE1022 : Introduction to Statistics (University of Exeter)
ECN225 : Econometrics 2  (Queen Mary University of London)
Introduction to Econometrics (University of Birmingham)
ECN224 : Econometrics 1  (Queen Mary University of London)
6012B0212: Econometrics (Amsterdam School of Economics)
PSYC49122: Advanced Experimentation and Statistics 1 (Nottingham Trent University)
MT2504: Combinatorics and Probability (St. Andrews)
ECON103: Quantitative Methods for Economics (Lancaster University)
MT2508: Statistical Inference (St. Andrews)
153400121: Quantitative Methods for Economists (SOAS, University of London)
UN 1201: Statistics and Probability (Columbia University)
Introduction to Statistics: Queen Mary University of London
ECON 121 - Economic Statistics (Georgetown University)
BC 3018 : Econometrics (Barnard College)
UN3412 : Introduction to Econometrics (Columbia University)
EC3023: Mathematical and Statistical Methods (University of Aberdeen)
ES20069 : Introduction to Econometrics (University of Bath)
EC3017: Applied Econometrics (City, University of London)
6SSMN961 : Applied Econometrics (King’s College London)
EFIM20011: Econometrics (University of Bristol)
FM L5 : Econometric Techniques (Bournemouth University) 
SESS0023: Applied Econometrics (University College London)
BEEM011 : Applied Econometrics I (University of Exeter)
Econometrics (The University of Buckingham)
Econometrics II (University of Bern)
ECM308 : Econometrics (City, University of London)
ECON 120B : Econometrics B (UC San Diego)
ECON47815 : Econometric Methods (Durham University Business School)
ECNM10052 : Essentials of Econometrics (The University of Edinburgh)
BEE1023 : Introduction to Econometrics (University of Exeter)
EC204 : Introductory Econometrics (University of Reading)
EC2010 : Introductory Econometrics (University of Leicester)
ECON0019 : Quantitative Economics and Econometrics (UCL – University College London)
ECON 231 : Econometrics (University of Rochester)
L1022 : Statistics and Introductory Econometrics (University of Sussex)
Economics 345 : Applied Econometrics (University of Victoria)
L1090 : Introduction to Econometrics (University of Sussex)
MGEC11-L30 : Introduction to Regression Analysis (University of Toronto)
ECON212 : Introduction to Econometrics (Lancaster University)
EC3304 : Econometrics II (National University of Singapore)
BM2205 : Econometrics (Bayes Business School)
AG909: Quantitative Methods for Finance (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow)

about us

Here, at Sourav Sir's Classes, we strive, so that you succeed. Our team of experienced faculty is dedicated to ensuring that you stay light years ahead of the competition. Our classes employ a tried and tested procedure, and, we have a legacy of producing students who not only crack the exam but excel at all of them. Our goal is to nurture the brightest minds of the present and future generations, and we are absolutely delighted to have you on board.


SAT is a standardized test administered by the College Board and is required to be taken by students seeking admission in undergraduate schools. SAT exam has been developed to evaluate the written, verbal and mathematical skills of the candidates. 

Applicants to undergraduate courses, particularly in US and Canada, are required to take the SAT exam. If the student is looking to get admission to a particular course, s/he can take the SAT subject tests to show his knowledge and understanding of that particular subject. Subject tests are offered in areas like Literature, History, Mathematics, Sciences and Foreign Languages.


SAT exam pattern is as follow- three sections, namely, Math, Reading, and Writing. There is an optional section which is called the Essay, which has one 50 minutes long substantial passage from which the student needs to build their argument. Students are not scored on this section. Here we cover the general SAT test pattern.


Students who do well on the SAT tend to be good readers who possess a good vocabulary and who can sustain the pressure of answering questions in short time as the test requires you to deal with nine sections. For the overall preparation, SAT prep is similar to other exams in the sense that you can either take the route of self-studying or attend coaching classes. For self-study you need motivation and self-discipline, to continue with the routine. This method will definitely help you save lots of time and money. However, if you feel you learn best in a classroom environment, then attending coaching classes is not a bad deal. Remember that you can choose to study on your own or through professional help, there is no right or wrong way.


In SOURAV SIRS’ CLASSES, one will get a whole briefing about the examination structure and more information about career opportunities. We guarantee the improved performance of the students and noticeable change with a very short period and no other institution can match our level of accuracy and success rate. SOURAV SIR’S CLASSES help the students in every possible way by taking them a step forward towards achieving their life goals.

SOURAV SIR’S CLASSES will help you in all the subjects/topics and prepare you at each step by helping you with study materials and coaching, both online and offline at a very affordable fee.


  • Regular live classes 

are conducted by our prestigious faculty over Skype as they go over numerous concepts and problem-solving tricks.


  • Special doubt-clearing classes

are conducted regularly as the student progresses through the course.


  • Mock tests 

are conducted on a weekly basis to track the progress of the student.


  • A thorough analysis 

of the tests are conducted so that the student gets to work on weak points. 


  • Pre-recorded video lectures

by our esteemed faculty are available for those who cannot attend regular classes.



  • Lectures are custom tailored 

according to the course requirement, adhering strictly to the latest syllabus.


  • Special doubt clearing classes 

are conducted regularly as the student progresses through the course.


  • Mock tests 

are conducted on a weekly basis to track the progress of the student. 


  • A thorough analysis 

of the tests are conducted so that the student gets to work on weak points.


  • Offline live classes 

 are held every day at our prestigious study centres, conducted by our esteemed faculty.


  • Regular doubt clearing sessions 

  are conducted

  • Video backups 

 are provided for students who have missed the classes

  • Weekly mock tests 

 are conducted to track the progress of the students

  • A complete analysis 

 of the tests are conducted so that the student gets to work on the weak points.


  • Although the College Board does not prescribe any particular SAT 2018 eligibility criteria, students aged between 17-18 years of age mostly appear for the SAT 2018 test to get admission into colleges for undergraduate studies.

  • Ideally, high school students opt for the SAT examination.

  • Age Limit- SAT eligibility 2018 do not state any age limitation to appear for the SAT test.

  • If a candidate is 12 years old or younger, he/she can register for SAT by mail ONLY.

  • If a candidate is 13 years or older, can create the free College Board account to register for SAT 2018.

  • According to the SAT 2018 eligibility, if a candidate is 21 years or older, then he/she must produce an official government-issued photo ID, like a driver’s license or passport, to the test centre.


Our faculty of highly qualified teachers and researchers have combed through several books and journals, having collected and processed all the information so that it becomes easily accessible to the student. The study material is prepared in a time-tested fashion with the student kept in mind in such a fashion that the student can catch up on the various topics in the event of missed lectures. Besides the theory being extensively discussed, an enormous collection of problems has been added so that the student can learn to apply the concepts over a diverse spectrum of difficulty. All the problems have been worked out thoroughly so that in case the student gets stuck, we've got you covere



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