Great thread guys!! Please keep the information flowing.
My aim is to end up as a buy side equity research analyst and then maybe transition to a portfolio manager role someday.I'm really into fundamental value investing and an admirer of the Buffetts and Lynchs of the financial world.
.....I hate programming.
1) Given here roots lies in (0,3)
therefore product of root will be positive
value of a always >0
so we are left with 2 answer options (a) and (e)
Digital SaysOnce we are done with mba do 10th marks play a role ?? i have seen CVS dont even mention 10th and 12th marks these days
dsaroya Sayscan anyone tell me that-what does cfa l-2 and l-3 consist of ?as l-1 is basic and very in depth theory.
Q Area of a circle circumscribing 3 circles of radius 1 m touching each other is?
Q Circles are drawn with 4 vertices as the centre and radius equal to the side of a square.If the square is formed by joining the mid-points of another square of side 2*((6)^1/2),find the area common to all the 4 circles?
Plz help me out with des questions...........................
Two circles each of radius 'r' units touch each other at the point C1. With C1 as the centre, another circle of radius 'r' units, is drawn as shown in the figure given below. Find the area (in square units) of the shaded region.
Puys please post the soln
^ To me it seems all three are wrong questions
i have 10th- 89%
12th - 52%
Well, what I think about their process is that they look for two thing,
1) If the person they are selecting can go through the torture of B-school comfortably.
2) If they can place the person in a very good job (big salary) and he/she will go on to make a highly successful career.
High CAT score (specially in Quant and DI) means that you can digest the syllabus easily. If you see the syllabus at IIMA, 32 courses in 1st year, and most of them require you to have very good quantitative ability. And doing something that will show that you can study, should partly cover up bad acads (like giving CFA :D).
I think this is most important to them, more then part 1. Resume with bad/average acads but a good work experience tells a lot about the person, more then what they can find out in interview. In fact, if you have bad grades and you can get to a job (or better than) where people with high undergrad GPA go, I think that should make them forget about part 1 totally. Good thing is that, it's not impossible but difficult :).
Sadly, All this will matter once you are shortlisted for interview. So, a super CAT score is must :).