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[image] _Photo Credit Flickr_ For the first time, the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore has registered a count of 100 women in its 2012-2014 batch. While it works to just around 26 % (batch size being 377), lower than what other IIMs like (IIM Shillong and IIM Kozhikode have known t...
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"We feel as happy as reducing the number of engineers in the batch this year. The percentage of engineers has dropped from 93.06% in 2010 to 88.86% in 2012." if this is going to be there criteria for rejecting then it will be like repulsion of article 15,21 of our constitution against General IT male.:P
SET 125
1)A. It tells the story of the campaign to repeal the estate tax (what we would call inheritance tax) in the United States, which culminated in the inclusion of the measure in George Bush's massive taxcutting
legislation of 2001.
B. Politics of another country's tax system is unlikely to be of much interest to anyone with any sort of normal life.
C. Listening to the ins and outs of other people's fiscal battles can be like listening to other people's dreams: interminable and almost completely unreal.
D. Death by a Thousand Cuts is something different.
(1) BADC (2) BCDA (3) CBAD (4) CABD (5) BACD

2)A. Lottery officials suspected a scam until they traced the sequence to a fortune printed with the digits
"22-28-32-33-39-40" and Donald Lau's prediction: "All the preparation you've done will finally be
paying off."
B. As a vice-president at Wonton Food, Inc., in Long Island City, Donald Lau manages the company's accounts payable and receivable, negotiates with insurers, and, somewhat incidentally, composes the fortunes that go inside the fortune cookies, of which Wonton is the world's largest manufacturer.
C. Each day, Wonton's factory churns out four million Golden Bowl-brand cookies, which are sold to several hundred vendors, who, in turn, sell them to most of the forty thousand Chinese restaurants
across the country.
D. Wonton's primacy in the industry and, for that matter, in the gambler's imagination is such that when, in March, five of six lucky numbers printed on a fortune happened to coincide with the winning picks for the Power ball lottery, a hundred and ten people, instead of the usual handful,
came forward to claim prizes of around a hundred thousand dollars.
(1) CBAD (2) CBDA (3) ADCB (4) DCAB (5) DBAC


3)A. The service of the Church accordingly, and the translation of the Bible which was read in churches,were both in that corrupted Latin which was the common language of the country.
B. When Christianity was first established by law, a corrupt form of Latin had become the common language of all the western parts of Europe.
C. Two different languages were thus established in Europe: a language of the priests and a language of the people.
D. However, although Latin was no longer understood anywhere by the great body of the people,Church services still continued to be performed in that language.
(1) BACD (2) BADC (3) ABCD (4) ABDC (5) BCDA


what are answers for this question???

my options are
1) 2 Reason:Mandatory pair: DA only one possible option
2) 1 Reason:Mandatory pair:CB between 1and 2, d seems to be ending the para
3) 2 Reason:Mandatory Pair: DC between 2 and 4, 2 seems to start off in a better way
I am getting the same error..Can somebody help?Thanks in advance..
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Once again, guys, I don't do profile evaluations, because of two reasons:
(a) My saying so doesn't increase or decrease the odds of you becoming a banker
(b) They're too much of a drain on my already short free time availability

a) Yes but you are having knowledge of IBD that is why wanted to hear from an expert about choosing something which i have no knowledge from any source.(That is why anxious )
b) Yeah i understand it completely that you have lots of things to look into:-(.
Thanks anyhow.:)
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Hello puys,
Could u please tell me the job profiles offered in summers as well as in finals to the students of DoMS in finance.i wanted to get into IB(front-end). I have an average profile(80,82,80) in 10,12,B.Tech.and i have enrolled for CFA(L1). I have got 1+ year of work ex(6lpa).
Hoping to get good %ile in CAT this year.As getting a FE in IBD is damn difficult so do i stand any chance if hopefully i make into DoMS.
Thanks for the reply but will NCFM or CFA(L1/L2) help? as i m desperate to make it to IBD(Front End) experience in IT also will not contribute much to the profile i guess.Previous mistakes are gonna haunt me badly.
Please review it

1. Name of Institute: FMS, Delhi
2. Word Limit: 150 words
3. Your SOP:
"A perfection of means, and confusion of aims, seems to be our main problem."-Albert Einstein
My aim was clear when i opted for engineering degree and that was to be an entrepreneur. During those four years i acquainted myself with lots of domains by understanding various sectors to explore possibilities.After going through the success stories of the likes of K.V.Kamanth, Shumeet Banerji, and Dalip Sehgal i have always aspired to make it to the legacy of being a change manager. My analytical and problem solving abilities have always been my forte. During my search for finding a course that will introduce me to the essential models and tools needed to frame and analyze fundamental management issues i found MBA from FMS. This course can give me a chance to study business strategy courses which will focus on skills requisite to diagnose & resolve strategic & organizational problems. I want to contribute to the "Shining India" and this course provides me the right blend of classroom teachings and gives hands-on experience to take on that challenge.
4. No. of words in your SOP: 160
5. Any specific problem that you are facing that you want to get addressed:
Please check it once.
6. Count of submission: 3
7. Link to previous reviews:
http://www.pagalguy.com/forum/prep-r...g-sop-582.html (The Art of writing SOP...) (The Art of writing SOP...) (The Art of writing SOP...)
http://www.pagalguy.com/forum/prep-r...g-sop-589.html (The Art of writing SOP...)
http://www.pagalguy.com/forum/prep-resources/1501-the-art-of-writing-sop-594.html#post3038898
harry4u9 Says
Dude what part of "Grammar issues" did u not understand in my last review....

Sir i tried to reduce the complex sentences to simple but i guess it doesn't work:-(.
Thank you very much for pointing out issues..
All depends upon your ambitions. Acc to my point of view it's always better to do MBA early and then go for job, the reason is if you do mba as a fresher, after completing it you get many options open and you can choose any vertical u like and can excel afterwards.

But if you have workex, you hav to choose the same vertical in which u hav work ex, if you change your vertical, then previous experiences do not count n u r considered as a fresher. So it will be like wasting time doing job.

One more thing, why to consume 2-3 years in developing work ex profile. If you do job without doing MBA, u work at low designantion, after mba u can get better profile. So it is better to complete mba quickly and start with high profile job without consuming 2-3 years at low post.



Some one else can give you different answers. It's you who have to decide what to do whether to do MBA this year or next year, every person will have different opinion and everyone will suugest you different thing. Some people have opinion that it's better to gain work experience.



If you think you can get IIM A or ISB hydrabad 1 yr mba course after 3 years of work ex, then wait his year too and attemp next year through GMAT.


All the best

Hey thanks a lot for the info.Ya will see how i fared this time around then will decide.i have proclivity towards finance(IB) that is why i wanted to know whether waiting for 2-3 years will worth it or should i go for it this time around only.Will take i final call once the D-Day arrives.
thanks again..:)
Sir please help.... i am re-posting.... the SOP....

1. Name of Institute: FMS, Delhi
2. Word Limit: 150 words
3. Your SOP:
"A perfection of means, and confusion of aims, seems to be our main problem."-Albert Einstein
My aim was clear when i opted for engineering degree and that was to be an entrepreneur. During those four years i acquainted myself with lots of domains by understanding various sector to explore possibilities.After going through the success stories of the likes of K.V.Kamanth,Shumeet Banerji,Dalip Sehgal i always aspire to make it to the legacy of being a change manager. I have always being good at academics.My excellent analytical problem solving abilities have always been my forte. During my search for finding a course that will introduce me to the essential models and tools needed to frame and analyze fundamental management issues that are essential for creation of thought leaders and change managers i found MBA (FT) from FMS has a course structure which is closely aligned with my aspirations of being a change manager. This course can give me a chance to study business strategy courses, which will focus on skills that will enable managers to diagnose complex business situations and resolve strategic and organizational problems. I want to contribute to the "Shining India" and this course provides me the right blend of classroom teachings and gives hands-on experience to take on that challenge.


4. No. of words in your SOP: 160

5. Any specific problem that you are facing that you want to get addressed:Please point the specific areas i need to work on.Thanks in
6. Count of submission: 3
7. Link to previous reviews:
http://www.pagalguy.com/forum/prep-r...g-sop-582.html (The Art of writing SOP...) (The Art of writing SOP...)
http://www.pagalguy.com/forum/prep-resources/1501-the-art-of-writing-sop-589.html