Hi puys, The PaGaLGuY Editorial team is looking for content writers with a strong aptitude for one or more sectional areas of the Common Admissions Test (CAT) in a freelance engagement. What would you have to do? You will be requi…
The PaGaLGuY Editorial team is looking for content writers with a strong aptitude for one or more sectional areas of the Common Admissions Test (CAT) in a freelance engagement.
What would you have to do?
You will be required to write regular shortcuts, tips and test-strategy articles on one or more of Quantitative Ability, Verbal Ability and Data and Logical Ability sections of the CAT based on personal positive experiences of having mastered them.
You will share with PaGaLGuY readers helpful test-taking strategy, tips and tricks, shortcuts and other insights that you have gained about various CAT topics.
If you have been following Shashank Prabhus prep articles in the past year, you will know what we are talking about. Only that this year, we want to do a lot more of such articles in collaboration with you.
See the job as an extension of helping out fellow puys.
You can work from your current city and do this work alongside your day job as long as you can deliver high quality work consistently and within proper deadlines.
You should be: A Bachelor/Master degree in any discipline from a reputed university/college AND consistently high 99+ percentile-type performance in one or more CAT sections in mock tests and the actual CAT exam.
You will start writing immediately after you are on board and be expected to write until April 2012.
For contributing 1-4 articles a month, well pay you Rs 1,000 per article.
5-8 articles per month, well pay you Rs 1,400 per article.
9 or more articles per month, well pay you Rs 1,800 per article.
The spirit of the work you that you do will be in tune with the value of PaGaLGuY -
How to apply?
If youre interested, write a sample article on any CAT topic/strategy (about 700 words) and email it to us at [email protected] along with your resume and well revert back to you. We would like to see how clearly, simply and beautifully you can explain ideas that can touch a large audience of CAT aspirants.
Feel free to ask any Qs about the job here.