Where do I enter internships during undergraduate studies? I am getting an error message that dates are clashing with my education. Also, should the internship experience be counted towards total experience? Please advise. Thanks!
Do we need to pay any amount if we want to defer the Jan offer to may batch? If yes how much?
Gud luck to all appearing for interviews tomorrow & dayafter.... plz do share your experiences with all of us....
I have prepared for CAT and expecting a decent score. I just wanted to explore the opportunity of giving GMAT as well. So just to gauge my preparation level which will be the best site to give a 'free mock' so that i get a fair idea as to how close i actually am to the GMAT level of preparation?
Guys in the form can we exceed 50 words for some answers? cant seem to fit the whole story in 50 words.
Has anybody applied for August 2015 intake in round 1?
Hi All. I also need suggestions on which GMAT coaching institute to join in Bangalore. I spoke to my seniors in college and they The Princeton Review. Please help. Am planning to write GMAT next year
Here are few things you can do to do well at GMAT:
1. If you are just starting your preparation, start with a mock test. This will make you familiar with the test format and also help you identify your strong and weak areas
2. If you plan to do self study, get your hands on the best preparatory material available in the market. You can speak to your seniors, get feedback on forums like pagalguy to seek out the best in the market
3. Joining a coaching institute is recommended because it gives a structure to your preparation. Remember cracking GMAT is not just about working hard but working smart as well
4. Make a study time table for yourself that suits you best. You can start with spending 2 hours every day and as you move closer to your test date, start increasing your study hours
5. Keep taking mock tests in real test taking situations. However, more important than taking a mock test is to analyse your performance in the same. If you spend 2 hours on a mock test, spend 6 hours in analysing the same. Figure out ways by which you can continuously keep improving your score
7. Make sure you stay consistent with your schedule. This is extremely important
While you are preparing for GMAT, make sure you have your eyes on the larger goal which is to get an admit from the best schools. A good overall profile is also important apart from a good GMAT score.
Consult an expert and make sure you are simultaneously working on making your profile better if required
One last advice: Write your GOAL on a piece of paper and paste it in front of your study table. Whenever you feel distracted or low on energy, make sure you look at your GOAL
For any specific queries, please do let us know and we would be happy to help
Study partner in Thane (W).
Guess I'm late, but anyway... I'm going to do some serious preparation over next few weeks. I'm quite comfortable with quant, verbal is a devil for me. Yet to start, planning to purchase some online classes (crackverbal - any reviews?) and put in long hours. If anyone interested in any kind of collaboration let me know. I live in Hiranandani Estate. I'm cool with whatsapp group as well, because reminders in such groups usually help stop procrastinating.
Hiii Guys...r der ppl ready to start a GMAT prep??? I am desperate for one but hardly get gng wit d plan as i need to work too... I am strong in Quant but my weaker section is Verbal mainly sentence correction ...anyone Huz ready to team up?? luking really fr sumone huz excellent in english and grammer
Ive recently registered with studypal.co to find a study partner for my gmat
Thank you guys for your contribution on this page, both for sharing and absorbing the information. I have got through IIM-B and ISB for next year session and is finally going for IIM-B after brainstorming sessions with currents students and alums apart from my gut feeling. This is not to say that IIM-B is superior to ISB but a personal choice based on my profile.
Please continue with your discussions and wish everyone a good luck!-----------Kanika
Hi Seniors, I gave my GMAT today. Scored an average 630. Can u please evaluate my chances of getting through :
B.Tech in computer Science 76.2%
GMAT 630 [M 48, V 28]
I have 8.3 years of experience as a QA Lead with IBM India Pvt Ltd
> Nominated for the Manager's Choice award for year 2013-14
> Presented Paper on ""Implementing Quality Gate Process in Agile - The Lean Approach"" in 2012 IBM Asia Pacific Symposium.
· ISTQB Certified (International Software Testing And Quality Board) Foundation Level.
· Oracle Certified (Introduction to Oracle 9i (1Z0 - 007)).
· NCFM Certified (NSE Certification for Financial Markets: Beginner's Module).
· NCFM Certified (Derivatives Module).
· ITIL v3 2011 Certified (Foundation Module).
Hello there !
Will be grateful if you can kindly evaluate my profile. My intended B schools (2016-17) are IIM(A/B/C), ISB and IIM Lucknow (noida). Course intended: Executive MBA (1 yr).
Class X: 85.4 % (AICBSE)
class XII: 90% (AICBSE)
B.Tech: 9.12 (CGPA) (WBUT, WB)
Experience: will complete 7.5 yrs as Specialist in Biggest Telecom Vendor in the world. by April 2016
GMAT: 730 (Q48/V42), IR: 5, AWA: 6
1.5 yrs of International exposure in 5 different countries. Hope to have more exposure soon.
Calling the attention of all applicants to Tuck who are planning to apply in the January round:
Here's a heads up from Tuck Admissions on the different ways you can connect with various members of the Admissions Committee including Dawna Clarke, the Director of Admissions, and get to know more about the school before the deadline on January 6th.
Needless to say, feel free to reach out to me as well if there are questions I can answer about the school. Do not hesitate! Good luck with the application process!!