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Strategy for Scoring 99 percentile


  Updated on : 07/03/2017

 by : Admin

Strategy for Scoring 99+ percentileScoring 99+ percentile is not a child’s play and it keeps bugging every MBA aspirant because without a 99+ percentile securing a seat in IIMs is impossible. It is not due to luck that you score 99+ percentile, it’s your will to prepare that lead to the ultimate success. Hitting this bull’s eye is difficult because except for hard work there is no magic potion to crack CAT. These strategies will help you score high in the exam. Balance between accuracy and number of attemptsThere is no point attempting all the questions when the accuracy is just 60 or 70%. You need up attracting negative marks for every wrong answer. Do not let your accuracy go for a toss because you want to attend a fix number of questions. An accuracy of at least 85% will help you reach the college of your choice. Analyze the result for the mock testSolving many mock test is a good practice to sharpen your basics, but ignoring the analysis of these tests is not acceptable. In-depth analysis of the mock will help you improve the score as you take different mock tests. The analysis will help you focus on the strong areas and improve your weakness. Know the topic that holds maximum weightage In an endeavor to score high, many of you miss out on preparing some critical topics that usually have the maximum weightage. Most students spend a plethora of time on learning vocabulary, which holds the least weightage. demo

How to synchronize your preparation with other MBA Entrance Exams


  Updated on : 25/01/2017

 by : Admin

Coming November, you will be facing many MBA entrance exam to grab a seat in your favorite college. Apart from CAT, you’re likely to face XAT, IIFT, SNAP entrance exam, MAT, and NMAT.The syllabus of all these MBA entrance exams is more or less the same, the difference lies in the paper pattern and the general awareness section. Furthermore, the difficulty of these exams is different, some of these exams are calculation intensive whereas others are conceptually intensive. If you’ve prepared well for CAT, 80% of your job is done and you need to tune yourself with general awareness and the format of the exam.Synchronizing your preparation for different MBA entrance exam, especially the SNAP entrance exam is essential. You obviously cannot expect to learn current affairs within a month. You need to start preparation while you start studying for the CAT exam. GK is an essential component of the SNAP entrance exam and carries 30 marks. If you are preparing for SNAP, you need to synchronize your preparation with XAT and IIFT exam. Questions will cover conventional as well as national and international affairs. Questions can also test the aspirant’s ability about the latest policy changes by the government. If you’re well prepared, scoring high in this section is easy because either you know the answer or you don’t. You cannot solve anything to answer the general awareness questions. You can easily score high in the SNAP entrance exam. Synchronize all other MBA entrance exam preparation while studying for the CAT exam. demo

Strategy for Scoring 99+ percentile


  Updated on : 14/11/2016

 by : Admin

Strategy for Scoring 99+ percentileScoring 99+ percentile is not a child’s play and it keeps bugging every MBA aspirant because without a 99+ percentile securing a seat in IIMs is impossible. It is not due to luck that you score 99+ percentile, it’s your will to prepare that lead to the ultimate success. Hitting this bull’s eye is difficult because except for hard work there is no magic potion to crack CAT. These strategies will help you score high in the exam. Balance between accuracy and number of attemptsThere is no point attempting all the questions when the accuracy is just 60 or 70%. You need up attracting negative marks for every wrong answer. Do not let your accuracy go for a toss because you want to attend a fix number of questions. An accuracy of at least 85% will help you reach the college of your choice. Analyze the result for the mock testSolving many mock test is a good practice to sharpen your basics, but ignoring the analysis of these tests is not acceptable. In-depth analysis of the mock will help you improve the score as you take different mock tests. The analysis will help you focus on the strong areas and improve your weakness. Know the topic that holds maximum weightage In an endeavor to score high, many of you miss out on preparing some critical topics that usually have the maximum weightage. Most students spend a plethora of time on learning vocabulary, which holds the least weightage. demo

Top 10 toughest MBA Entrance Exam


  Updated on : 24/11/2017

 by : Admin

Management Course has its own flavour and demand in the market. Among the varieties of Management courses, MBA stands in topmost list of demanding course in the market. Candidates after passing out  from colleges, from any streams or branches, go for opting MBA management courses. Every year there is a certain Common Entrance Exam held for the selection of Candidates for B-school of Management, whose marks are entertained by the colleges all over India and they are more or less Computer based Exam and also PG level. They are CAT, MAT, CMAT,  NMAT, IIFT, ATMA, XAT, SNAP, GMAT and GRE.1. CAT: CAT or Common Aptitude Test, which is consider to be the toughest as well as popular of all MBA Entrance Exam. CAT is one of the most reputed National Entrance Examination conducted by Indian Institute of Management. For admission in any IIM taking CAT exam is mandatory. Every year Indian Institute of Management conduct the Common Admission Test for the candidates seeking admission in 20+ Indian Institute of Management and more than 100 Government and private MBA institutes in India. CAT score validity is for 1 year. Every IIMs has their own cut-offs and they release accordingly still approx. IIMs and other top B-schools have cutoff ranging from 90 percentile or above. On the other hand, other B-schools belonging to tier II to IV can range from 80 to 50 percentile. Every year at around 1-1.2 lakh appear for the exam and around 20-30 thousands candidates,actually gets selected.This makes it toughest among the candidates who are appearing for it.2. MAT: MAT or Management Aptitude Test, is a National-level Management Entrance Examination. The marks are used for admission to various MBA, PGDM MMS and other Management programmes. The exam is conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA). More than 600 B-Schools accept MAT exam scores. MAT is held four times in a year: February, May, September and December. MAT score validity is for 1 year. As by the reports cut-off marks  goes around 500 to 700. Every year around 3 lakhs candidate appear for MAT and only 1 lakh gets selected. 3. CMAT: CMAT OR Common Management Admission Test, is a National-level Management Entrance Test and it's held once in a year on the month of January. The test is conducted by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE). This exam helps the institutions to select eligible graduates for all Management Programs. CMAT is the only MBA/PGDM exam conducted by AICTE and no other entrance exam is conducted under alliance of AICTE. CMAT’s cutoff for the top Business Schools varies from 290 to 200. Every year, the number of registrations crossed 1 lakh, but the test was taken by 88,942 candidates only. CMAT score validity is for 1 year.There are some Entrance Exams, apart from the above mentioned exams for MBA which are conducted by the Institution itself, whose marks gets accepted by other Institution for MBA Admission and the level of examination is Postgraduate. They are NMAT, IIFT, ATMA, XAT and SNAP.4. NMAT: NMAT or Narsee Monjee Management Test, is conducted by Graduate Management Admission Council. NMAT is a National-level MBA entrance exam for admission to Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) and other than that other Management Colleges such as Alliance University, SRM University, BML Munjal University, VIT University, ICFAI Business School (IBS) and Ansal University. NMAT’s cutoffs goes around 207-209 for the last 2–3years. Approx. 8 thousand candidates appear for NMAT and the top institutes had around 500 seats, which make the test harder for candidates to crack.   NMAT’s score validity is for 1 year.5. IIFT: IIFT or Indian Institute of Foreign Trade exam, is a national level written entrance test for MBA (International Business) programme at IIFT. IIFT is a leading B-school of India and is famous for Management courses in International Business Management and Strategy. IIFT conducts a separate entrance test to select candidates. IIFT’s cut offs goes around 38-45 every year. And approx.52000 candidates appear for this exam every year, for 350 seats in all top institutions. IIFT score validity is for 1 year.6. ATMA: ATMA or AIMS Test for Management Admission is a national-level Management Entrance Examination. It is conducted by the Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS). ATMA scores are used for admission to Management programmes offered by various Institutions across India.The exam is generally held four times in a year- February, May, June, July. In 2017, it was held five times (in August). ATMA ‘s cutoffs may varies approx.from 70-150, while the percentile can range from 90-97. ATMA exam is given by more or less by 2-3thousand candidates, for 20 seats available by the top institution. ATMA score validity is for 1 year.7. XAT : XAT or Xavier Aptitude Test is national-level Management Aptitude test. It is conducted by Xavier School of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI), Jamshedpur. XLRI conducts the exam on behalf of Xavier Association of Management Institutes (XAMI). XAT scores are used by more than 800 institutes for admission to MBA, PGDM and other management courses. XAT’s cut offs varies from 85-90 every year. XAT exam is given by more or less by 1 lakh candidates for the seats of 180 in the topmost institutions.The exam is held once in a year and it’s score validity is for 1year.8. SNAP: SNAP or Symbiosis National Aptitude Test,is a National level Management Entrance Exam, conducted by Symbiosis International University (SIU) for admission in 15 Symbiosis institutes. The scores are valid for admission to other MBA or equivalent courses.SNAP Exam cutoffs goes around 85-90 almost every year. And the number of candidates appear for this exam is around  50000 to 60000 every year and the total intake is around 150 students. The exam is held once in a year and it’s score validity is for 1year.There are also certain exams apart from the above mentioned Entrance exams for MBA whose marks are accepted not only in India but also in Abroad. They are -GMAT and GRE.9. GMAT : GMAT or The Graduate Management Admission Test, is a Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) intended to form certain analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in written English which is used in the admission for MBA. GMAT score is accepted by more than 5,400 Graduate Programs worldwide, in countries that include: India, USA, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, South Africa and Thailand. GMAT exam cutoffs and the  number of seats, varies from country to country. Still top universities consider candidates score more than 550(approx.). GMAT score validity is for 5 years. Below table gives an idea about the countries all over the world and their intakes.CountriesNumber of IntakesUSA Above 700CanadaAbove 650Asia (Singapore, China, South Korea, India) Approx. around 650Europe(UK,France, Spain) Approx. 600-650AustraliaApprox 550-65010. GRE: GRE or Graduate Record Examination, is a standardized test which is taken by students seeking admission to Graduate schools. The exam is developed to evaluate the verbal, analytical and mathematical skills of the candidates. GRE is a computer-based test and has a user-friendly design. Individuals applying to graduate schools in order to pursue a Master's of Science (MS) or MBA are required to take the exam. GRE marks accepted countries like : USA, UK, Europe, Singapore and Australia. GRE exam cutoffs and the  number of seats, varies from country to country. Still top universities consider candidates score more than 150-170 (approx.).GRE score validity is for 5 years.Apart, from this Entrance exams for MBA there are other level examination (college + state) for seeking admission to different MBA courses.For further information, please contact our Experts.demo

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