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In this interview, CAT topper Mayank Taparia who secured admission to MDI Gurgaon, shares his experiences on the second stage of admission process that included Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI). The CAT topper elaborates on the GD-PI factors which influenced his selection at MDI Gurgaon and shares his GD-PI preparation tips. He also shares an embarrassing moment during his PI when he was asked to sing a song on a particular raga which he had mentioned during questioning on his hobbies. Read More
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In this interview, CAT topper Akshay Jayaprakasan who secured admission to IIM Kozhikode, shares his Personal Interview and WAT experience and preparation strategy for the same. The topper, who participated in PI and WAT for admission to IIM Indore, also speaks on his Writing Ability Test (WAT) and key highlights of GD-PI experience at other IIM also. Akshay says that key areas which influenced his selection included right body language, communication skills, and good sense of humor during the interview. Akshay also shares his experience of PI and WAT at IIM Indore where he was caught on the wrong foot in a particular area. Read More
In this interview, CAT topper and IIT graduate Akshat Modi who scored 98.72 percentile and secured admission to IIM Rohtak, shares his Personal Interview experience and preparation strategy for the same. The topper, who participated in PI and WAT under Combined Admission Process for admission to new IIMs, also speaks on his Writing Ability Test (WAT) and key highlights of GD-PI experience at other B-schools. He also shares moments when the interview was filled with stress and he had a stand-off with the interviewer. Read More
In this interview, CAT topper Nitin Tibrewal who cracked FMS- Delhi GD-PI to secure admission to the coveted B-school, shares his experiences on the second stage of admission process with MBA aspirants. The topper who appeared for the second stage of selection process at SPJIMR also, speaks on key highlights of GD-PI experience at other B-schools as well and shares GD-PI preparation tips. He elaborates on the factors which influenced his selection at FMS Delhi. He also shares how the interview board hurled question based on the profile of another candidate and how he responded to the challenge before politely correcting them on their mistake. Read More
In this interview, CAT topper Royston Menezes who cracked FMS- Delhi GD-PI to secure admission to the top B-school, shares key highlights of his GD-PI experience at FMS Delhi. An engineer with 2 years of work experience, Royston also shares GD-PI preparation tips with the MBA aspirants. Read More
In this interview, CAT topper Prakriti Sharma who secured admission to IIM Kozhikode, shares her experiences on the second stage of admission process that included WAT (Written Ability Test) and Personal Interview (PI). A Graduate in Economics from Lady Shri Ram College, New Delhi. Read More
CAT topper Jayesh Ruchandani cracked WAT-PI for new IIMs and secured admission to IIM Kashipur. In this interview with Careers360, Jayesh shares his experience of Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI) and shares success tips. Read More
CAT topper Deeksha S cracked WAT-PI round at IIM Kozhikode to secure admission to the top B-school. In this interview with Careers360, Deeksha elaborates on her experience of Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI) and also shares success tips. Read More
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Hello Abhishek !
Yes ,you can apply at JK Lakhmipat University if you have not given CAT , because as per their eligibility criteria for getting admission their the candidates must have appeared in
or any other national level entrance test.
In case the candidate has not appeared for any of the mentioned tests, they will have to appear in the JKLU Management Entrance Test (MET) to qualify for the programme.
So, you can apply there by appearing in their Entrance test.
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yes NT category students have advantages in medical field.nt are icluded in gujrat in which st,scsebs community comes.for medical entrance examination neet their is advantage to nt category students.their cutoff is approx 300 out of 700.so you can clear the entrance examination easily and have a greater opportunity to get a better collge.
Hello aspirant, hope you are doing well!
CAT ( Common admission test) is a very reputed entrance exam conducted by the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) for admissions into various colleges for MBA. The duration of the exam is 3 hours for all the categories and 4 hours for the PwD category. The sectional duration for each section is 60 minutes each whereas it is 80 minutes for the candidates of the PwD category.
The total number of questions asked in the entrance exam are 100. It is a computer based examination.
Candidates lose 1 mark for each incorrect answer and gain 3 marks for every correct answer. No marks are deducted for the questions which the candidate didn't attempt.
The examination consists of 3 sections namely - Quantitative ability , Data interpretation & logical reasoning and Verbal ability and reading comprehension. These sections consists of 34,32 and 34 questions each respectively.
The candidates are not allowed to switch between the sections. He/she can move to the next section only after attempting the previous section which he/she was completing. Though, the candidates are allowed to switch between questions within the same section.
These were some of the main points to be kept in mind for the CAT exam.
Further you can go through this link to know everything about CAT exam.
Hope it helps! All the very best for your future endeavours!
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