Date of publication: 2017-08-26 06:52
Well personally, preparing for the GMAT for me wasn’t a cake-walk either. Like everyone else, I burnt the mid night oil too. Here it includes the internet charges for browsing, downloading tests and other online stuff.
I am graduate in mathematics (Bsc.) from Mumbai University (Full time) with 8+ Year of managerial experience in companies like Reliance Retail, Accenture. I am currently working as Analytics and modeling specialist in Accenture.
I am planning to go for Full time one year MBA. I never appeared GMAT.
Am I eligible to apply for SP Jain, ISB or IIM?
Though this is not the hardest part, but the most crucial and most important part of the entire journey of MBA. Every individual gets judged on the basis of his/her application. Your MBA application creates the image in front of the Admission committee even before they meet you personally.
Donot start with first page of the question paper. But, immediately open 9 th or 5 th last page…it’ll contain those “English testing passages” (= those passages without Hindi translations). Solve them first because it’s the easiest section in the entire paper. Let’s assume cut off is xx. Then you 8767 ve already filled up your tank by 8 correct questions.
Now your brain and hands are warmed up, open first page and start with 6, 7, 8, 9…
For the first ~65 questions, UPSC doesn’t have ‘sections’. You’ll come across comprehension, reasoning and maths questions at random intervals.
Some people first mark the page number / Question numbers of comprehension passages on the rough-page. Then begin solving all passages one by one. I don’t recommend this method because:
In XAT exams, unlike other MBA entrance tests, candidates need to be more attentive in selecting which question to solve and what to drop without wasting much is an important aspect of XAT examination as it throws more number of questions to be solved in less time.
In his own unique style, Sameer pointed me about inviting a disaster in doing so (last minute hassles). This changed my habit and I ensured that all the other applications were done way before deadlines. [ Thank you Sameer once again for everything ].
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As I mentioned before, one needs to be online constantly looking into, online forums, blogs, GMAT website etc. The major ones in this area are of course – Total Gadhaa and Pagalguy.
Despite the rejections from couple of schools in a row, not for once did I lose my faith in my ability and motivation. I just went ahead with further applications (it does cost a bomb – especially in foreign currency/$ for Asian schools).
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6. Joining classes has the pros that you come across others who too are ready to join you in your MBA journey 588 hence the networking and sharing info/prep materials etc. starts from here. Who knows, one might even end up with a friend for life. For me this clicked, because it gave me insight into various opportunities and MBA that other batchmates were looking for after GMAT and MBA.
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Q. I already have CAT books OR CAT coaching material for reasoning. DO I need others books?
Ans. CAT material will work just fine. But with conditions-
You may “Ignore” because these topics are not seen in UPSC exams so far. They’re mainly reserved for Bank exams. Again I use the word “may” because DP Aggarwal may ask It for breaking the backs. but sometimes you’ve to take calculated risk hahaha