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Akash Srivastava @akash_benzene 67
Posted 13 Jan '12
What is approx CAT score required for getting a call ? I have 3.5 years of experience as of now.
What is approx CAT score required for getting a call ? I have 3.5 years of experience as of now.
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Akash Srivastava @akash_benzene 67
Posted 12 Jan '12
> Ashay Gupta Says > > But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that. This rule is mentioned on th...
Ashay Gupta Says
But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that.


This rule is mentioned on the reverse side of the marksheet of ICSE board students. This is a rule mentioned by the board and not by school.
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Akash Srivastava @akash_benzene 67
Posted 12 Jan '12
> Ashay Gupta Says > > But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that. There is this rule in ICSE b...
Ashay Gupta Says
But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that.


There is this rule in ICSE board. Its mentioned on the marksheet itself. On the reverse side. Its not a rule made by school.
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Akash Srivastava @akash_benzene 67
Posted 12 Jan '12
> Ashay Gupta Says > > But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that. This rule is mentioned on th...
Ashay Gupta Says
But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that.


This rule is mentioned on the reverse side of the marksheet of ICSE board students. This is a rule mentioned by the board and not by school.
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Akash Srivastava @akash_benzene 67
Posted 12 Jan '12
> Ashay Gupta Says > > But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that. There is this rule in ICSE b...
Ashay Gupta Says
But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that.


There is this rule in ICSE board. Its mentioned on the marksheet itself. On the reverse side. Its not a rule made by school.
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Akash Srivastava @akash_benzene 67
Posted 12 Jan '12
> Ashay Gupta Says > > But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that. There is this rule in ICSE b...
Ashay Gupta Says
But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that.


There is this rule in ICSE board. Its mentioned on the marksheet itself. On the reverse side. Its not a rule made by school.
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Akash Srivastava @akash_benzene 67
Posted 12 Jan '12
> Ashay Gupta Says > > But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that. This rule is mentioned on th...
Ashay Gupta Says
But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that.


This rule is mentioned on the reverse side of the marksheet of ICSE board students. This is a rule mentioned by the board and not by school.
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Akash Srivastava @akash_benzene 67
Posted 12 Jan '12
> Ashay Gupta Says > > But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that. There is this rule in ICSE b...
Ashay Gupta Says
But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that.


There is this rule in ICSE board. Its mentioned on the marksheet itself. On the reverse side. Its not a rule made by school.
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Akash Srivastava @akash_benzene 67
Posted 12 Jan '12
> Ashay Gupta Says > > But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that. This rule is mentioned on th...
Ashay Gupta Says
But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that.


This rule is mentioned on the reverse side of the marksheet of ICSE board students. This is a rule mentioned by the board and not by school.
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Akash Srivastava @akash_benzene 67
Posted 12 Jan '12
> Ashay Gupta Says > > But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that. There is this rule in ICSE b...
Ashay Gupta Says
But that's the procedure followed by schools. There might be (although I don't know) some schools that don't follow this rule. CISCE does not endorse the calculation of percentage from marks obtained. They have no official rule for that.


There is this rule in ICSE board. Its mentioned on the marksheet itself. On the reverse side. Its not a rule made by school.