mohnishgs

@mohnishgs

My name's Mohnish, I've already taken cat this year and I've done fairly well, but didnt perform up to my expectations(will definitely get above 96%ile though) I'm aiming for the 100th percentile in CAT 2012. I haven't started preparing yet, I'll start once the results are out in january....t...
My name's Mohnish, I've already taken cat this year and I've done fairly well, but didnt perform up to my expectations(will definitely get above 96%ile though)
I'm aiming for the 100th percentile in CAT 2012.
I haven't started preparing yet, I'll start once the results are out in january....till then I'm just going to kick back and relax.
Books: Anything and everything i can lay my hands on(including newspapers and magazines)
Institute Joined: Planning to join TIME or IMS crash course in the final 2-3 months, once I'm done and fully satisfied with my own preparation.
Number of hours: I dont plan to keep count of it.
Weak section/Strong section: Nothing as such....moderate in everything
Institutes I wish to apply to: Top 20
Institutes I want to get into: Top 3
*My profile is as follows Xth-76% (cbse) XIIth-60% (state board) BE-79% (so far) No work experience What percentile should i get in CAT to get into IIT-D or IIT-B?*
My profile is as follows
Xth-76% (cbse)
XIIth-60% (state board)
BE-79% (so far)
No work experience

What percentile should i get in CAT to get into IIT-D or IIT-B?
suppose A sits two places away from B, does that mean there are 2 people sitting between A and B or only 1? also is there any other way this can be said?
suppose A sits two places away from B, does that mean there are 2 people sitting between A and B or only 1?

also is there any other way this can be said?
does section 2 start immediately after section 1 or do we get at least a few seconds break(i.e. is there something like "click here to continue"?)
does section 2 start immediately after section 1 or do we get at least a few seconds break(i.e. is there something like "click here to continue"?)
how many numbers *abcde* can be formed using the digits 1-9 such that a**
how many numbers abcde can be formed using the digits 1-9 such that a
> i guess since 8 and 21 are coprime, the value of n has to be 21 so as to make 8n/21 an interger whats the answer???? > for n any intiger n= minus infinite for n whole no n=0 for n positive integer 21 should be in the numerator 21=3*7 ad 8 does not have any of 3 or 7 so n ust h...
i guess since 8 and 21 are coprime, the value of n has to be 21 so as to make 8n/21 an interger
whats the answer????

for n any intiger n= minus infinite
for n whole no n=0
for n positive integer 21 should be in the numerator
21=3*7
ad 8 does not have any of 3 or 7 so n ust have 3 and 7
so min value of n =21


yeah it is 21....stupid time aimcat answer said n=8
how do you find the minimum integral value n for 8n/21 to be an integer?
how do you find the minimum integral value n for 8n/21 to be an integer?
there are n players and each player plays against m other players then how do you calculate the total number of matches played?
there are n players and each player plays against m other players then how do you calculate the total number of matches played?
Ok i know MDI is very well reputed institute and has great campus, industry interface, alumni network, faculty and exceptional placement record......but what i really want to know is- what makes this institute stand out from the rest of the top b-schools? I'd be grateful if any of the senior...
Ok i know MDI is very well reputed institute and has great campus, industry interface, alumni network, faculty and exceptional placement record......but what i really want to know is- what makes this institute stand out from the rest of the top b-schools?

I'd be grateful if any of the seniors could provide me with an answer.
One small query *the overall pass percentage of a class: o pass percentage of boys: b pass percentage of girls: g then what is the procedure to find the percentage of boys or girls in the class?*
One small query
the overall pass percentage of a class: o
pass percentage of boys: b
pass percentage of girls: g
then what is the procedure to find the percentage of boys or girls in the class?