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anirs
@anirs
Very solid news on GMP placements from a current batch friend....pm me for details... *Warning *: It's not good so weak hearts please don't blame me for your heart attack ..
sagariyer85
@sagariyer85
@anirs I read a post of yours where you have mentioned that the lowest GMAT score is 580, and in a way tried to demean the quality of the batch. I got a 99+ in XAT and there was one more person I know of (we were in the same interview slot), who got 97 something...My interview skills certainly aren't bad, yet I was wait listed! And so was he...So, dont make it look like it is easy to get in. If you are taking the trouble of finding out whats the lowest GMAT score that has been accepted, you should, for the sake of being unbiased, also find out what was the highest GMAT/XAT which was rejected or wait listed.
Quant2006
mustafa rokerya @Quant2006
GMP results out ? There is a new link on site.
sagariyer85
@sagariyer85
Waitlisted at 29....any chance, guys?
shubhavjain
Shubhav Jain @shubhavjain
12 more days to go or will we be surprised soon :wink:
sagariyer85
@sagariyer85
@GMPCo2014 Hi, What is the amount they will retain should one backout after confirming their interest to join? I am asking this coz I have given my BM interview as well, and those results wont be out until April
XLRI-GMP-Confessions
Shib Shankar @XLRI-GMP-Confessions
Some information aspirants find good to know regarding GMP Pros - XLRI brand will definitely carry you a long after your GMP through your life. You get the same alumni status and benefits. The learning you get from some professors and some areas are simply world class. HR profs are gods....
sagariyer85
@sagariyer85

Thanks guys! Went for the BM interview today. As expected, they didnt take my interview too seriously. They outrightly said that, at 6 years of work-ex, BM is not a good option for me. Despite the interview going quite well, it ended with one of the profs wishing me good luck for the GMP results

XLRI-GMP-Confessions
Shib Shankar @XLRI-GMP-Confessions
Some information aspirants find good to know regarding GMP Pros - XLRI brand will definitely carry you a long after your GMP through your life. You get the same alumni status and benefits. The learning you get from some professors and some areas are simply world class. HR profs are gods....
sagariyer85
@sagariyer85
@anirs I feel by attending, it might come across as I am not sure if I want to pursue the 2 year course or the 1 year one, which is not the case.
XLRI-GMP-Confessions
Shib Shankar @XLRI-GMP-Confessions
Some information aspirants find good to know regarding GMP Pros - XLRI brand will definitely carry you a long after your GMP through your life. You get the same alumni status and benefits. The learning you get from some professors and some areas are simply world class. HR profs are gods....
sagariyer85
@sagariyer85
Hi! Thanks so much for detailed info.

I am currently in a predicament. Not sure if this is the place to ask it, but I am sure you will have a fair idea. I scored 99.23 in XAT and got calls for 2 courses (GMP, BM and HRM). I have 6 years of work-ex. i have my BM interview scheduled for Monday. Is 6 years too much experience for the BM course? Do I even stand a chance? Wondering if I should attend the interview.

My first preference is the GMP course. But though the interview went well, obviously I cant be certain about selection. Kindly suggest.
Hi Guys,

I have scored 99.23 in XAT and got calls for BM, HRM and GMP (the 15 month course). I have 6 years experience and have already given GMP interview 2 weeks ago. At 6 years of experience, do I stand a chance in BM? Should I even attend the interview? Kindly suggest.

  • I think 6 years workex suits GMP more than BM .However, t.... 19 Feb.
uddalak
deep blue @uddalak 301
I think 6 years workex suits GMP more than BM .However, the choice is entirely upto you.
nidhikuks
nidhikuks nidhi @nidhikuks
I just received an email from XLRI admissions - Dear Candidate, Attached please find a set of questions about a peak experiences of your personal, family or professional life. Please answer them and bring it at the time of GD/interview. You should handover it to the panel members just before...
sagariyer85
@sagariyer85
I got this email as well. But then, I do have BM and HRM calls as well. So, must be for that.
luhar_niaj
Rahul jain @luhar_niaj
* What were the cutoffs for HRM and BM Programs in 2013?* *A.* BM - Overall 91.25 Percentile with 80 percentile in Eng lang and LR, 76.2 percentile in QA, 80 percentile in DM HRM - Overall 88 Percentile with 85 percentile in Eng lang and LR, 54 percentile in QA, 80 percentile in DM
sagariyer85
@sagariyer85
OA - 99.23
QA - 95.75
Verbal - 96.29
DM - 95.80

Any of here trying for the GMP course?
Hi everyone,

Came across this question on OG10. I chose option D, but OG says the correct answer is option A. They have hardly given any explanation to this particular question. Let me know your thoughts pls.


In three centuries--from 1050 to 1350--several million tons of stone were quarried in France for the building
of eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and some
tens of thousands of parish churches.
(A) for the building of eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and some
(B) in order that they might build eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and some
(C) so as they might build eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and some
(D) so that there could be built eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and
(E) such that they could build eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and