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ishan9855 replied to CFA Level 1-December 2012.
Hi nalindhar,
i have pm'ed you my email-id. Please mail the books. thanks
ishan9855 replied to CAT/Current Job related Dilemma Queries!!
Hi,
If you think you would not be able to devote enough time for CAT, then search for another less strenuous job. But don't sit at time and study, because it leaves a negative impression in the interviews. i am saying this not because of any general perception but because couple of my friend...
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ishan9855 replied to CAT/Current Job related Dilemma Queries!!
hey guys i am facing a job dilemma at present..
i am a 2011 electronics engineering pass-out.
placed in mphasis but the company hasn't called me yet...& most probably, i will not join it..
did a temporary 5-months full time job in an IIM-A start-up.
present status - searching for a g...
ishan9855 replied to Official Quant Thread for CAT 2011 [Part 8]
my answer to Q 2) is 28
4 squares of sides 8,6,4,2 having origin as the center..
4 squares of sides1,2,3,4 in the first Quadrant..same for other 3 remaining quadrants..4*4=16
2 squares of sides 2,4 using the +ve y axis as mid-line.
similarly we get 2 squares each for +/- ve x axis and...
ishan9855 replied to Personal Dilemma Related Queries
i thought so. i am also placed in mphasis.
we are in the same boat
ishan9855 replied to Personal Dilemma Related Queries
Hi,
i am facing the same situation. i personally feel that one should start working in any decent local firm and grab some useful work-ex. It will always leave you in a good stead in front of the interviewers that you did not wait for things to happen.
I have been working since last 5 month...
ishan9855 replied to IIFT 2011 Discussions (Official)
hi,
somebody pls tell me the sectional cut-off marks in G.k. in IIFT 2009 paper..
ishan9855 replied to Official Quant Thread for CAT 2011 [Part 8]
ans for 1) is 1/2 when x = 45 deg..
ishan9855 replied to Official Quant Thread for CAT 2011 [Part 8]
(7^3)^5 mod 15 = (343)^5 mod 15 = (-2)^5 mod 15 = -32 mod 15 = -2 or 13..