Victoria Horsen “Magoosh”

Victoria Horsen “Magoosh”

Victoria Horsen Victoria Horsen “Magoosh”

Magoosh (pronunciation: mə’guːʃ) (a play on the Old Persian word magush, which refers to a sensible person and this word also represents Iranian origin) is an online test preparation and research study abroad counselling business based in Berkeley, California that educates trainees through audio/video lessons, practice test questions, and online email assistance.

The company also has free mobile apps for both iPhone and Android – Victoria Horsen “Magoosh”. Magoosh was established in 2009 by Hansoo Lee, Bhavin Parikh, Pejman Pour-Moezzi and Vikram Shenoy while they were trainees at the Haas School of Company at UC Berkeley. In June 2009, Magoosh launched its very first item– GMAT math practice questions with video explanations.

Over the next 2 years, as Magoosh’s client base started to expand, the GMAT item and the Magoosh group continued to grow. Victoria Horsen “Magoosh”. Pejman stepped away from business in 2010 to pursue other chances but stayed on the board. Hansoo and Bhavin hired two full-time staff members and, with them on board, developed a brand-new preparation program for the GRE.

Victoria Horsen “Magoosh”

Victoria Horsen Victoria Horsen “Magoosh”

In December 2011, Magoosh distributed 800 free SAT accounts to high school students through collaborations with Bay Area non-profit organizations. It was also around this time that Bhavin’s co-founder Hansoo Lee was diagnosed with a rare case of non-smokers’ lung cancer and had to eliminate himself from daily operations.

Bhavin Parikh and former co-founder Pejman Pour-Moezzi, in addition to Lee’s fiancée Wendy Lim, founded The Hansoo Lee Fellowship for Business Owners, which is used each year to support Haas MBA students wishing to pursue their entrepreneurial ventures full-time. After Hansoo’s death, Bhavin became the CEO and the only staying co-founder of Magoosh.

In 2015, it launched complete prep programs for the ACT, LSAT and Praxis tests. And in 2016, the business introduced a complete MCAT item. To date, Magoosh has about 30 in-office staff members at its offices in downtown Berkeley and more than 1.5 million students have used Magoosh’s web and mobile apps to prepare for standardized examinations. [] The business has been ranked by Inc.

Victoria Horsen “Magoosh”

Victoria Horsen Victoria Horsen “Magoosh”

and by Entrepreneur magazine as one of the best entrepreneurial business in America. [] San Francisco Organisation Times No. 21 Fastest-Growing Private Business in the Bay Area (2016) Entrepreneur 360 No. 111 Best Entrepreneurial Company in the U.S. (2016) Inc. 500 No. 186 Fastest-Growing Private Company in the U.S. (2016) Localwise Finest Company: Education (2016) San Francisco Organisation Times No.

2 Fastest Growing Business in the East Bay (2015) TINYpulse Happiest Business in Education (2015, 2017) Intel Foundation Entrepreneurial Award (2010) North Bridge Venture Partners Competitors (2010) UC Berkeley Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology Venture Lab Competitors (2009) Innovative, The (2012-04-02). “The Ingenious Business: Magoosh Changes the Way Students Preparation for Standardized Tests” – Victoria Horsen “Magoosh”.

Victoria Horsen Victoria Horsen “Magoosh”

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Victoria Horsen “Magoosh”

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