UtsavGambhir SaysHe hasnt attended a PG meet yet :biggrin:
Mr. Adi Cool, i thought u said u are too old to go to a PG meet, ab kya hua :sneaky:
My Dear peoples of the PaGaLGuY Delhi. I am back!
Well, considering most of you wouldn't even know who I am, I would just like to request, "please please let me attend the next PG meet?" :grin:
Who all are coming for the Delhi gig ?
I guess going back to the CBSE books will take up lot of your time, probably, before doing that, you can take a look at the books from IMS(the CAT material). The books are brief, structured and cover all the topics almost from scratch. Another book is Arun Sharma.
I would suggest you to have a look at the available options, some books work well for some and not for others, there's no best way for all, it just has to be the best way for you !!
This question might sound stupid to some of the people who post on this thread.. I'm planning to take GMAT somewhere in this year end..Just want to know which books should i refer to brush up my quant..Basic stuff..some people have suggested to buy CBSE 9th/10th standard books..Could junta throwsome light on this please !!
I am CA.I would like to pursue career in Mergers & Acquisitions.
Please guide me whether CFA degree can help me in getting into M& A jobs
Waiting for opinions
I will be moving back to Ludhiana on the 9th of July for a couple of months before I fly out.
I will try to rope in as many oldies as I can, and I would love for all of you to be there, for this meet.
puys/pirls .. baat pe gaur kiya jaye....
God is in town and u guys havent had any meet..sad :|
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