Click here to refer to Part 1. The second stage in the selection process of b-schools is a personality assessment stage. Various tools such as group discussions, essay writing, case discussions are used to assess candidates’ aptitude, leadership ability, general knowledge and personality. The GD-WAT (Group Discussion-Written Ability Test) Here’s how most GD-WAT work Normally
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What Is The Secret To Cracking The GD-PI At Top Indian B-Schools | Part – 1 | The Personal Interview
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