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@qw1981
297

Posted 1d ago

Hi. Summarizing few pointers from my experience at ISB Infosession held at Mumbai few days back.
Panel: 1) Sanjay (Admission Manager @ ISB.. Presenter 2) Mr Sapru 3) 2 Alums
It was a typical info session. Presentation, videos, dumb questions, good questions.
Some key points
1) Join ...

Hi. Summarizing few pointers from my experience at ISB Infosession held at Mumbai few days back.

Panel: 1) Sanjay (Admission Manager @ ISB.. Presenter 2) Mr Sapru 3) 2 Alums

It was a typical info session. Presentation, videos, dumb questions, good questions.

Some key points

1) Join ISB for the excellent faculty. This as per the presenter is the biggest selling point for ISB.

2) Leadership experience for ISB goes beyond then leading teams in your job. It could be a a difficult situation that you faced, leading your family through difficult times etc..

3) Internship is the most critical difference between ISB and other 2 year Programmes.

In my opinion the session revolved around the ISB experience and "how it change your life"..

Hope this helps.

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- @Shankeyp absolutely bro!!!!!. 5m.

Jai Ganesh H
@jaiganesh1989

Posted 1h ago

Hi !
I did my MS (Software Engineering - Integrated Course) in VIT University. I have a work experience of 2 years. I want to pursue MBA in b-schools in USA. Will I be able to get into some good schools in USA for an 2 year MBA program? If yes what GMAT score do I need to possess? Please shed so...

Hi !

I did my MS (Software Engineering - Integrated Course) in VIT University. I have a work experience of 2 years. I want to pursue MBA in b-schools in USA. Will I be able to get into some good schools in USA for an 2 year MBA program? If yes what GMAT score do I need to possess? Please shed some light

- Hi Jai, a good GMAT score for a 2-year MBA can be in the .... 1h.
- Is just over a 2 year work experience enough to get into.... 1h.

ApplyMBA
@meghaarora1984

Hi Jai, a good GMAT score for a 2-year MBA can be in the range of 680-780.

Jai Ganesh H
@jaiganesh1989

Is just over a 2 year work experience enough to get into a 2 year MBA profram in USA?

Prakash Parthasarathy
@prakash2503

Posted 22 Apr

Hi All,
I just wanted to know about the placement statistics at SMU after completing MBA.
Is there any difficulty in getting a job in Singapore for foreigners(Indians).What is the average salary that one could expect after completing MBA for someone with 6 years of work ex?
Also wanted to...

Hi All,

I just wanted to know about the placement statistics at SMU after completing MBA.

Is there any difficulty in getting a job in Singapore for foreigners(Indians).What is the average salary that one could expect after completing MBA for someone with 6 years of work ex?

Also wanted to know how does SMU MBA fare with SP Jains global MBA program in terms of placements and ROI.

Thanks

PP

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- Pls forward me the placement stats pvrk555@gmail.com. 1h.

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Kaplan Test Prep
@KaplanTestPrep

Posted 2d ago

Here is your Friday practice question!
If f and g are both positive integers greater than 1 and g to the power of f = g to the power of 3f — 6, what is the value of fg ?
STATEMENT 1:
_g_ to the power of 2 = 2g
STATEMENT 2:
_g_ = 2
1. Statement (1) BY ITSELF is sufficient to answer the que...

Here is your Friday practice question!

If f and g are both positive integers greater than 1 and g to the power of f = g to the power of 3f — 6, what is the value of fg ?

STATEMENT 1:

*g* to the power of 2 = 2g

STATEMENT 2:

*g* = 2

- Statement (1) BY ITSELF is sufficient to answer the question, but statement (2) by itself is not.
- Statement (2) BY ITSELF is sufficient to answer the question, but statement (1) by itself is not.
- Statements (1) and (2) TAKEN TOGETHER are sufficient to answer the question, even though NEITHER statement BY ITSELF is sufficient.
- EITHER statement BY ITSELF is sufficient to answer the question.
- Statements (1) and (2) TAKEN TOGETHER are NOT sufficient to answer the question, requiring more data pertaining to the problem.

- 4 Comments
- Answer according to me is option4. 1d.
- Good work @praveenmalhan! The correct answer is #4. Here.... 3h.

@manutd2679
2

as g(g-2) = 0 and g >1 means g has only one possible value 2

Kaplan Test Prep
@KaplanTestPrep

Good work @praveenmalhan! The correct answer is #4. Here is the reasoning;

A power is a base raised to an exponent. When equal powers have the same base, then if that same base is not –1, 0, or 1, then we can conclude that the exponents are equal. If g to the power of f = g to the power of 3f — 6, then since g > 1, f = 3f– 6, and we can solve for the value of f. So to determine the value of fg and thus have sufficiency, we simply need the value of g.

Statement (1): sufficient. Since g is a positive integer greater than 1, g is not 0. Subtracting 2gfrom both sides, and factoring gives: g(g– 2) = 0. Therefore g = 0 or 2. But since g is not 0, then we have that g = 2. The statement is sufficient; eliminate choices (2), (3) and (5).

Statement (2): sufficient. This gives us exactly what we need. Since each statement by itself is sufficient, the correct choice is (4).

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Dr waseem Afsar
@dr_khustar
1

Posted 1d ago

I am a MBBS , with 14 yrs of exp. including one year in indian navy,2 years in govt. PHC,6 years in saudi arab govt. hospital and the rest in corporate hospital ,TMH for tata steel,i scored 570 in GMAT 41/28, should i apply for ISB,do i have a chance of getting an Call

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- @dr_khustar Also please be aware that your work exp is on.... 4h.

Shankx
@Shankeyp
1.9
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@dr_khustar Also please be aware that your work exp is on higher side from ISBs point of view...and you might wanna consider there executive program for better prospects.

Or else address this concern very well in your application... because this will really matter a lot in case of your profile as the placement cell will be worried about your placement and your reason for doing a full time MBA program and what you expect post ISB will be useful for them.

Official GMAT
@OfficialGMAT
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Posted 5h ago

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@OfficialGMAT
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Posted 5h ago

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sachin yadav
@sachiny
4

Posted 7h ago

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Thanks

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Sandeep Gupta
@Gsandeep_18
1

Posted 19h ago

Hi, I have a GMAT score 660. However my IR score is very low, its just 2. I have about 10 years experience of which 7+ has been outside India (mostly managerial roles). Please suggest whether IR score of 2 is acceptable or not and my chances of getting through., Thanks Sandeep

- 5 Comments
- Plhelp i have 680 and ir 4 ,9 yrs exp in auto domain...an.... 7h.
- Sandeep , an outside chance I would say, considering your.... 5h.

A S
@Kiki25
62

Hi.. just give it a try...though your GMAT and IR score is on the lower side but most of the colleges take a holistic view of your application including your profile, kind of experience, academics, extra curricular etc..

Anshu G
@EssaysForMBA
48

Not very bright chances with a 660. I am assuming you cannot re-appear in GMAT, because that would have been my suggestion.

@pagligurlno1
1

Hello cant really comment .As beyond score lot mnay other things count.

@pagligurlno1
1

Plhelp i have 680 and ir 4 ,9 yrs exp in auto domain...any chance?

ivyctor 2010
@ivyctor2010
740

Sandeep , an outside chance I would say, considering your experience and exposure. But consider appearing for GMAT again

zaheer ahmed
@zaheer143
2

Posted 5h ago

Hi All, Anyone taking the gmat in this month and is done with the preparation."?

Hi All, Anyone taking the gmat in this month and is done with the preparation."?

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@OfficialGMAT
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Posted 5h ago

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Veritas Gurgaon
@VeritasGurgaon
66

Posted 6h ago

Correct the sentence in (.........)
The Glass House Mountains in Queensland, Australia, were sighted in 1770 by the English navigator Captain James Cook, (by whom they were named supposedly because its sheer wet rocks glistened like glass.)

The Glass House Mountains in Queensland, Australia, were sighted in 1770 by the English navigator Captain James Cook, (by whom they were named supposedly because its sheer wet rocks glistened like glass.)

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