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Any pointers to GMAT official guide 2016 in PDF format/ Kindle?
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In the Business program at a university, all candidates for the MBA in International Business who entered the program after 1990 took a seminar on Microeconomics, and all candidates for the MBA in International Business who entered the program after 1994 took a seminar on Applied Economics.
If a student in the Business program described above took a seminar on Microeconomics but did not take a seminar on Applied Economics, which of the following must be true?
The student entered the Business program prior to 1995.
The student entered the Business program after 1990 and prior to 1995.
If the student was a candidate for the MBA in International Business, then the student entered the program prior to 1995.
If the student was a candidate for the MBA in International Business, then the student entered the program prior to 1991.
If the student was a candidate for the MBA in International Business, then the student entered the program after 1990 and prior to 1995.
I am an aspiring candidate for GMAT ,planning to take it in Jan 2016 .Can someone please review my profile and let me know about the areas i need to work on . Also i would like to know whether self-study will suffice or i'll have to join some institute for guidance . If yes,kindly suggest some in Gurgaon.
X - 85% (CBSE)
XII - 83% (CBSE)
B.TECH(CS) - 73%(UPTU)
GATE (2012) - 97 percentile
WORK EXPERIENCE (3.5 years)
Cognizant Technology Solutions- 1 year work experience as Programmer Analyst Trainee (Testing Domain)
Startup Company - 1 year work experience as Operations Manager
PSU Bank - Currently working as an Assistant Branch Manager for the last 1.5 year .
I have worked in different places in Punjab , Tamil Nadu and now in Haryana . Worked in domains like credit ,public relationship ,marketing ,government policies implementation.
Successfully organized Blood donation camps,college fests.
I am thinking about ISB ,NUS and INSEAD . How much i need to score to get into one of these institutes .
I want to pursue MBA from the top colleges and was wondering if you could please evaluate my profile and provide your valuable suggestions.
GMAT score: 720 (QA 50, VA 38, IR 5)
Sex: female Age: 24
Undergraduate Degree: B.tech. in Computer Science
College: Jaypee Institute of information technology, Noida Undergrad percentage: 78%
Work Experience: 3 years 2 months (Planning to apply for fall 2016 so it will be four years by then).
Company: SAP Labs India Pvt Ltd. Job profile: Software developer and product consultant (I am in a techno functional role where my job not only requires me to code in my product but also requires me to interact with customers on daily basis and provide consulting to them related to the product I work on "global trade management").
College: Was actively involved in organizing and coordinating events during the fest and otherwise all year round.
Participated in a lot of events (technical, literary, cultural) and won them.
Work: "People's initiative" in my team to facilitate team bonding and cooperation. Won team player award for the same.
Participated in several innovation events and won them.
Customer visits: Sumitomo Corporation, Tokyo. Traveled onsite and provided expert on demand service.
Olam International, Chennai. Traveled onsite and provided Expert on demand and consulting service.
Presentation: Traveled to Germany to SAP's headquarters to provide presentation on the software idea suggested by me and my team. Involved in Company's CSR activities.
I wish to apply to the following universities but I am not sure what are my chances. Can you please suggest if these choices are too ambitious? Can you suggest the colleges that I should aim for and what are my chances at these? :
ISB, NUS, Hong Kong University, CMU tepper, University of Texas at Austin McCombs, Cornell University (Jhonson), UCLA (Anderson), UNC(kenan-Flalger), UC berkley (Haas), Indiana (Kelley), Yale
Thank you very much!
T'17s have arrived in Hanover and they're already getting around. They were at the Silicon Valley boot camp and here's the perspective from one of the students who was there.
My Experience in SOIL- The top notch management institute which inculcate One year Executive MBA in India...
Most students who quit their job for doing MBA will think whether they have taken the correct decision. The same question arises in me when I quit my job for doing MBA in School of Inspired Leadership (SOIL). Once I get into the college, I had a different kind of experience right from the very first day. One of the unique aspects which I feel here is the Individual Learning Plan (ILP). ILP is created within the first week of induction at SOIL through an elaborate process termed as Development centre. It's a case study on me that indicates what I am good at and what I need to improve in me. Now I have spent almost 4 months in SOIL, the behavioural change and learning's which I experiencing here is immense that I don't know whether I could get in any other B-schools in India. I feel that this segment is my turning point where I found the purpose of my Life.
I am currently a second year student doing my Bachelors in Arts from St. Francis College, Hyderabad. I have a strong desire to pursue a Msc. degree in management programme from the likes of ESSEC, HEC Paris etc. My profile is as follows:-
XIIth (CBSE Board)-80%
I am very keen on working in a corporate world, but have not done any internships as of yet, but I am in a dilemma of whether I should work on building an all round profile, which may get entertained by ESSEC/HEC, or focus on the conventional path of try getting an MBA degree from top B-schools of the country. I request your kind help in clarifying my understanding regarding the following points:-
1) Do I stand a chance of getting into any of these schools like ESSEC, HEC etc, in case I have a strong academic background in college?
2) If yes, please guide me on what i can do in these remaining period of 1 1/2 to 2 years (in terms of ECA/CCA activities) to build an overall sound and balanced profile.
3) What are the prospects of an Indian MIM student to work abroad as well as in India, once he/she completes their Msc. degree?
4) When do you suggest I should appear for GMAT, in case I wish to apply for scholarships?
I will be grateful if anyone could shed some light on the above listed queries.
im planning to do emba from Mumbai campus. However I want to understand how good it is in getting better placement or networking . This is the new campus started in June.
I am targeting GMAT in last week of October 2015. Midway in my prep, I felt the need of a study group to enhance motivation and to gather more specific experience of counterparts. Please reply if want to form a group targeting GMAT within next 2-3 months.
Please mail me with number, specially those who are targeting GMAT within 3 months.
Wishing each Good Luck.
Thanks & regards,
I was a working IT Professional for 4 years, when I decided to go for an MBA. I chose Jamboree - Pune because of its small class size and a very good instructor (Rohit). I took the weekend batch as I had to work Mon - Fri. The classes were very focussed and informative. The instructor taught us to study in an effective manner, taught us to manage our time better and the long classes (3+ hours) ensured that we are able to maintain concentration for long periods (which really helps in last stages of GMAT). Also, the classes were very interesting and interactive. The jamboree material has more than enough questions to practice and hone your skills to avoid common mistakes. The regular assignments keep us focussed and we never loose touch with the goal of a 700 plus GMAT score. The instructor is always reachable in case you have any queries. Also, the admin staff is very helpful as well. In my second attempt I scored 740 in 2014. I also used Jamboree's guidance to help me select colleges based on my score and with my essays. I am joining Emory GBS with scholarship in 2015.
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I just started my GMAT Prep.Looking for anyone to study with.
Planning to GMAT in October.
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I gave my exam GMAT yesterday and was disheartened to see a score of 530 with Quant 44 and Verbal 22. After the debrief, I understood the reason for the low score might have been the lack of the analysis of the results after the exam and I was very slow and had to randomly mark the last few questions in both the sections. So, this time around I am planning to fine-tune my preparation by further strengthening the fundamentals and give around 5-6 mock tests before the next Gmat exam in real exam conditions(i.e with 8 min breaks and answering AWA and IR sections) and analysing the result after every mock test and measure the progress. I need some guidance in further fine tuning the preparation.
Are there any persons from Pune who can help me, I would love to have a guidance from you to get a better score.
Two works published in 1984 demonstrate contrasting approaches to writing the history of United States women. Buel and Buel’s biography of Mary Fish (1736–1818) makes little effort to place her story in the context of recent historiography on women. Lebsock, meanwhile, attempts not only to write the history of women in one southern community, but also to redirect two decades of historiographical debate as to whether women gained or lost status in the nineteenth century as compared with the eighteenth century. Although both books offer the reader the opportunity to assess this controversy regarding women’s status, only Lebsock’s deals with it directly. She examines several different aspects of women’s status, helping to refine and resolve the issues. She concludes that while women gained autonomy in some areas, especially in the private sphere, they lost it in many aspects of the economic sphere. More importantly, she shows that the debate itself depends on frame of reference: in many respects, women lost power in relation to men, for example, as certain jobs (delivering babies, supervising schools) were taken over by men. Yet women also gained power in comparison with their previous status, owning a higher proportion of real estate, for example. In contrast, Buel and Buel’s biography provides ample raw material for questioning the myth, fostered by some historians, of a colonial golden age in the eighteenth century but does not give the reader much guidance in analyzing the controversy over women’s status.
The passage suggests that Lebsock believes that compared to nineteenth-century American women, eighteenth-century American women were
(A) in many respects less powerful in relation to men
(B) more likely to own real estate
(C) generally more economically independent
(D) more independent in conducting their private lives
(E) less likely to work as school superintendents
I have completed my graduation and post graduation from Indian universities. Do I need transcripts of all my post-school education? Are the mark-sheets and the degree certificates awarded by respective universities not sufficient?
Do I need to submit these along with my application, or carry these during interview/admission only.
I am currently working as a Software Engineer for a
company here in Atlanta from past two years. I have an M.s in Computer
Science degree from B graded university in U.S. Now, I want to return to
India to do an MBA (2016 - 2018). I am planning to take GMAT by end of August. So, I
would like to seek your advise on the following.
Which of these below colleges (links) should I be targeting?
What are the average GMAT scores for these.
B.Tech in Computer Science: 70%
M.s in Computer Science : 3.55/4
Work Ex, Software Engineer, almost 36 months
Please let me know.