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Is Your Profile Good Enough For SPJIMR, FMS, MDI and XLRI? Here's What Data Says

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abhishek kumar

Ndjjdndidn

If you could give date for nitie Mumbai for management course it will be very helpful

18 Dec 2019, 10.46 PM

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Team InsideIIM

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Hi Abhishek! We will soon come out with the report for NITIE and other top business schools. :)

19 Dec 2019, 09.02 AM |

V. Mourya

Why are you scaring us. Just don't kill our confidence. Keep your data and predictions to yourself

19 Dec 2019, 12.39 PMEdited

Atul Dighe

What is the average percentile of students in SPJIMR?

20 Dec 2019, 02.12 AM

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Debayan

Hi Atul, Along with the percentile, SPJIMR focuses a lot on academic background and profile when it releases the interview shortlist. Someone with a decent percentile and an outstanding academic background profile can expect an interview shortlist.

21 Dec 2019, 02.14 PM |

Anirban Sen

MBA aspirant.Capable of CAT.

Can you please tell that if the percentage here is board percentage(best of 5) or percentage on aggregate of all subjects.

20 Dec 2019, 08.12 PM

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Debayan

Hi Anirban, B-Schools generally consider the aggregate percentage of all subjects for your 10th and 12th.

21 Dec 2019, 02.12 PM |

Pranav Parashar

An absolute bull shit data and useless research. Kindly keep it to yourself. Based on your data people who wants to do something in life cannot quit anything. Hope you got it.

14 Apr 2020, 01.51 AM

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Team InsideIIM

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Hey Pranav, The data has been made using academic profiles of students studying at these B-Schools. If you have any data that points towards this not being true, we'd be happy to hear that. Also, our data never mentioned people who want to do something cannot quit. Thanks.

14 Apr 2020, 05.18 PM |

Pranav Parashar

To be honest I am not convinced with data of MDI and XLRI, the way it is written that chances are diminished. There are good number of people who have their either 10th or 12th in between 70-80 and they have converted and doing good. Me had 85.5 in 10th and 74 in 12th so I guess based on this article my chances are "significantly" diminished and I should stop studying now if I want to target XL or MDI right? My motive is not to criticize anyone. You have done your job good in the same way CL MBA profilizier does. Based on that software many people have searched their chances and "90+ wale Ko throughout IIM A hi dikhata hoga usse neeche nahi" but the reality could be something different. I hope you got my point. To be honest I am just debating over XL and MDI mentioned in this article. If this article was written solely on SPJ or old IIMs I would have accepted and appreciated the same.

14 Apr 2020, 05.31 PM |

Team InsideIIM

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Of course, there are people who study at these B-Schools with average or not so good academic profiles. But the percentage of such people is pretty low. For example, less than 1.5% students at MDI Gurgaon and <1% students at XLRI Jamshedpur have scored between 50-59% in their graduation. The data is from the students and have been checked/cross-checked multiple times before publishing. There's nothing wrong with the data is what we can assure you.

14 Apr 2020, 05.45 PM |

Pranav Parashar

Does MDI include Graduation score? You are justifying by using the range 50-59. Have I mentioned these low figures in my reply?? If I would have got these figures I would have never logged in to inside iim or read this article. I was mentioning about 70+ figures. Anyways no issues you do your job I will do mine. All the best.

14 Apr 2020, 05.55 PM |

Team InsideIIM

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Please check the second point under Observations for MDI Gurgaon. - "Graduation scores are not included in MDI Gurgaon's selection criteria, and this reflects in the table above. More than 60% of the batch has graduation scores in the 60-79.9% range, and over 15% of the batch has scored less than 70% marks in graduation. On the other end, nearly 40% of the batch has scored above 80+% marks in graduation." We're not justifying, we're just trying to hep you understand - and clearly we have failed at it. Anyway, good luck with your preparation.

14 Apr 2020, 06.02 PM |

Pranav Parashar

I understood your point. You haven't failed after all you have worked so hard in collecting data. That's why I said that you have done your job by putting up the data now let others do by "interpreting" it. Only God and you know what you want to make people understand. Anyways good luck. No issues ✌️

14 Apr 2020, 06.11 PM |

Shantanu Girmaji

Please do this for jbims also

11 May 2020, 06.28 PM

Lord Snow

Very immature article an important element you failed to understand is statistically how many average performers are even able to make cutoff score for interview rounds? I can understand about old iims but these colleges are the only hope for average past record holders who are willing to work hard and try to overcome their failures either the writer is a recently selected candidate living in the sky or a frustrated mba aspirant either way there is a fine line between stating the facts and demotivating someone telling a 6 year old kid why to work on his skills as he will surely die someday and his body will rot under the ground eaten by worms is not stating facts it's highest level of Narcissism

6 Oct 2020, 10.37 AM

Poor Boy

This is an illogical analysis

24 Nov 2020, 09.17 PM

Poor Boy

Next time add cities name.... maybe my chances of getting into one of them will decrease as i am from northeast ???good job done making a time waste article

24 Nov 2020, 09.22 PMEdited

mansi kalra

I am worried whether I will be able to convert or not.My credentials are 66.5% 10th, 70% in 12th and 56% in grad.24 months work exp till 31stjuly 2021 .I am a non engineer female.Plz reply

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Comments
 

abhishek kumar

Ndjjdndidn

If you could give date for nitie Mumbai for management course it will be very helpful

18 Dec 2019, 10.46 PM

+Read Replies (1)

Team InsideIIM

We are the team behind your favourite platform.

Hi Abhishek! We will soon come out with the report for NITIE and other top business schools. :)

19 Dec 2019, 09.02 AM |

V. Mourya

Why are you scaring us. Just don't kill our confidence. Keep your data and predictions to yourself

19 Dec 2019, 12.39 PMEdited

Atul Dighe

What is the average percentile of students in SPJIMR?

20 Dec 2019, 02.12 AM

+Read Replies (1)

Debayan

Hi Atul, Along with the percentile, SPJIMR focuses a lot on academic background and profile when it releases the interview shortlist. Someone with a decent percentile and an outstanding academic background profile can expect an interview shortlist.

21 Dec 2019, 02.14 PM |

Anirban Sen

MBA aspirant.Capable of CAT.

Can you please tell that if the percentage here is board percentage(best of 5) or percentage on aggregate of all subjects.

20 Dec 2019, 08.12 PM

+Read Replies (1)

Debayan

Hi Anirban, B-Schools generally consider the aggregate percentage of all subjects for your 10th and 12th.

21 Dec 2019, 02.12 PM |

Pranav Parashar

An absolute bull shit data and useless research. Kindly keep it to yourself. Based on your data people who wants to do something in life cannot quit anything. Hope you got it.

14 Apr 2020, 01.51 AM

+Read Replies (6)

Team InsideIIM

We are the team behind your favourite platform.

Hey Pranav, The data has been made using academic profiles of students studying at these B-Schools. If you have any data that points towards this not being true, we'd be happy to hear that. Also, our data never mentioned people who want to do something cannot quit. Thanks.

14 Apr 2020, 05.18 PM |

Pranav Parashar

To be honest I am not convinced with data of MDI and XLRI, the way it is written that chances are diminished. There are good number of people who have their either 10th or 12th in between 70-80 and they have converted and doing good. Me had 85.5 in 10th and 74 in 12th so I guess based on this article my chances are "significantly" diminished and I should stop studying now if I want to target XL or MDI right? My motive is not to criticize anyone. You have done your job good in the same way CL MBA profilizier does. Based on that software many people have searched their chances and "90+ wale Ko throughout IIM A hi dikhata hoga usse neeche nahi" but the reality could be something different. I hope you got my point. To be honest I am just debating over XL and MDI mentioned in this article. If this article was written solely on SPJ or old IIMs I would have accepted and appreciated the same.

14 Apr 2020, 05.31 PM |

Team InsideIIM

We are the team behind your favourite platform.

Of course, there are people who study at these B-Schools with average or not so good academic profiles. But the percentage of such people is pretty low. For example, less than 1.5% students at MDI Gurgaon and <1% students at XLRI Jamshedpur have scored between 50-59% in their graduation. The data is from the students and have been checked/cross-checked multiple times before publishing. There's nothing wrong with the data is what we can assure you.

14 Apr 2020, 05.45 PM |

Pranav Parashar

Does MDI include Graduation score? You are justifying by using the range 50-59. Have I mentioned these low figures in my reply?? If I would have got these figures I would have never logged in to inside iim or read this article. I was mentioning about 70+ figures. Anyways no issues you do your job I will do mine. All the best.

14 Apr 2020, 05.55 PM |

Team InsideIIM

We are the team behind your favourite platform.

Please check the second point under Observations for MDI Gurgaon. - "Graduation scores are not included in MDI Gurgaon's selection criteria, and this reflects in the table above. More than 60% of the batch has graduation scores in the 60-79.9% range, and over 15% of the batch has scored less than 70% marks in graduation. On the other end, nearly 40% of the batch has scored above 80+% marks in graduation." We're not justifying, we're just trying to hep you understand - and clearly we have failed at it. Anyway, good luck with your preparation.

14 Apr 2020, 06.02 PM |

Pranav Parashar

I understood your point. You haven't failed after all you have worked so hard in collecting data. That's why I said that you have done your job by putting up the data now let others do by "interpreting" it. Only God and you know what you want to make people understand. Anyways good luck. No issues ✌️

14 Apr 2020, 06.11 PM |

Shantanu Girmaji

Please do this for jbims also

11 May 2020, 06.28 PM

Lord Snow

Very immature article an important element you failed to understand is statistically how many average performers are even able to make cutoff score for interview rounds? I can understand about old iims but these colleges are the only hope for average past record holders who are willing to work hard and try to overcome their failures either the writer is a recently selected candidate living in the sky or a frustrated mba aspirant either way there is a fine line between stating the facts and demotivating someone telling a 6 year old kid why to work on his skills as he will surely die someday and his body will rot under the ground eaten by worms is not stating facts it's highest level of Narcissism

6 Oct 2020, 10.37 AM

Poor Boy

This is an illogical analysis

24 Nov 2020, 09.17 PM

Poor Boy

Next time add cities name.... maybe my chances of getting into one of them will decrease as i am from northeast ???good job done making a time waste article

24 Nov 2020, 09.22 PMEdited

mansi kalra

I am worried whether I will be able to convert or not.My credentials are 66.5% 10th, 70% in 12th and 56% in grad.24 months work exp till 31stjuly 2021 .I am a non engineer female.Plz reply

20 Jun 2021, 02.27 AM