What Constitutes an Impressive Extra-Curricular Profile?!?

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Puys! My CAT is still some time away and I wanted to ask what exactly do I need to be involved in so as to appear not academically oriented only. (Not that I *am* academically oriented :: ). I am in my 3 yr at college,like reading books and p...
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hi, if you can carry on doing this much 'extra' curricular, it would be sufficient (in my opinion).

at the end of the day it boils down to the fact that how you can convince the interview panel to give you a seat in a b school.

i suggest you to have a look at the GD_PI experiences of the various b schools in the past and then try seeing what profiles are usually selected.

also the selected candidates profiles can help.

try finding them on this site, you will get loads of them.
http://www.pagalguy.com/help

www.raghavabbhi.com | My take on CAT: http://www.pagalguy.com/discussions/all-i-wanted-to-speak-about-cat-25002933/6315307
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Puys!
My CAT is still some time away and I wanted to ask what exactly do I need to be involved in so as to appear not academically oriented only. (Not that I am academically oriented ).
I am in my 3 yr at college,like reading books and playing on the comp. a lot and am part of the official lit. club here in Pilani, but apart from that my extra-curricular activities are a big zuk(0) .
I loved quizzing in school but left it after X.
So what kind of profile do I need to develop in a couple of years so as to sufficiently impress the interviewees?
Would be highly obliged if Puys with GD/PI experience would help.
I know I need to crack the CAT first, but the heads up would help so that there's sufficient time for the non academic stuff also.
Ciao
DW05

To B or not to B- Have Decided not to B. And as everyone knows, A is above C level.
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