Author: Abhishek Tahlan

‘Going Through Last 5-6 Months GK Compendium Can Help You In Attempting More Than 70% Questions From The Section’ – Abhishek Singh, 99.7%ile In XAT 2015

Abhishek Singh is a Business Management student (batch 2015-17) from XLRI Jamshedpur. He obtained 99.70 percentile in XAT 2015. A 2014 mechanical engineering graduate from NIT Allahabad, he has 8 months of work experience with Reliance Industries in Jamnagar. His hobbies include reading comics and graphic designing. At XLRI, he is secretary of the student

Abhishek Tahlan’s Rubbish Summer Placement – The Experience Of A Lifetime – XLRI

This article was first published on XLmerijaan.com on 5th November, 2015   Day -2 Zero shortlists. Watch your friends be disgusted at getting only FOUR shortlists. Cut off all contact with them. Call up your best friend from engineering for 55 minutes and discuss your entire life so far. Listen to songs of extreme rage. Do

4 Common CAT Mistakes You Must Avoid

Every self-respecting CAT aspirant is well versed with the classic pitfalls in their path to glory – trick questions, stress interviews, sure shot topics, CAT 2006-like disasters etc. Students on their lunch break from coaching and candidates waiting outside test centers have small talked about these a hundred times already. Coaching institute teachers gleefully tell

‘Reading And Keeping Up-To-Date With Current Events Forms An Essential Part Of XAT Prep’ – Anusha Rahinwal – 99.42%ile In XAT 2016

Anusha Rahinwal is a computer science engineering graduate of 2016 batch itself. An eager participant in extra-curricular activities, she has held various positions of responsibilities throughout school and college. Some of her favourite pastimes include poetry writing.   XAT performance – 99.42 percentile in XAT 2016   How was your experience with XAT? Taking the XAT exam and

MBA Survival Cheat Codes By An Extraordinarily Ordinary Student Of XLRI

InsideIIM frequently features campus topper interactions from the leading B-schools in India. These interviews feature elite achievers discussing how their consistent hard work and exemplary work ethic has led to peak performance. Unfortunately, all of my friends (including me) are in the bottom 20% of the batch (sorry, mummy daddy). So I have been unable