You are just three or four months away from finishing your undergrads and you have already made business school as a part of your mission 2020. You are at an advantage when it comes to entrance exams because you are still very much rooted in the academic structure and have a habit of taking tests/exams at regular intervals. The real problem starts in the next two rounds. Because you are a student of engineering, medical, commerce or background with no work experience, passing GD/PI can become extra hard for you. But don’t worry! Even though cracking GD/PI for top b-schools with your limited field knowledge might seem hard, it is not impossible. Here is an exhaustive list of reading material that can make your GD/PI prep easy. Read it and use it well.
This interview season will start soon. Though most of you will be preparing for other b-school entrance exams, you all need to become ready to face the interview round. This article will touch upon how to go about your interview preparation in a smart and balanced way, keeping your work and other entrance preparation in mind. Read to know more.
Want to know what kind of questions are asked in WAT and topics that you prepare for GD and PI, especially pertaining to current affairs. Here is an exhaustive list of questions. Read to learn now.
Which of the following are you? “I was a CAT & IIFT aspirant. The exams didn’t go according to my plans. Planning to give another shot at the OMETs.” “I still have hopes from CAT & IIFT but want to perform better in OMETs.” “I am almost sure of converting the top IIMs, so sitting idle and waiting for the results.” “I am planning to take CAT in 2020.” If you could relate to any of these, then this article is meant for you. It will give you a direction of making the best use of the most neglected month of preparation i.e. December. Read the full article here.
After acing CAT, your next task is to perform great in the WAT-PI round. It is your one shot to make an impression on your dream b-school. To crack this round you need to prepare for personal, technical and case study questions. We bring you interview experience of one such aspirant who cracked his IIM Bangalore interview. Here is how it went.
Interviews are trickier than it appears on the surface. Following a certain pattern can help you in getting an upper hand in the overall interview process and making a lasting impression on the interviewer. Your B-school interview is no different! Learn what you should or should not do in your B-school interview by Prof. Seema Khanvilkar from SDA Bocconi Asia Center in this video.
Vaibhav Shah sat for IIM Shillong interview in January 2018. After GD and half-an-hour PI round, he bagged a seat in IIM Shillong. Want to know about the question asked and his experience? Read his experience here.
CAT is a rejection process while the IIM WAT-GD-PI is a selection process. To make yourself more selectable, you need to be well-prepared and confident. Read this article to know more.
Most aspirants during the admission season always try to find out ways through which they can build their profiles, be more employable or to even increase their chances of getting into a better B-School. Here is an article for you, it has some crucial pointers that help you build a CV and make you more desirable. Find the full article here.
The key to interview prep is, to be honest, and to be prepared to handle a variety of questions from various spheres. There are so many strategies around the world that can help you make interview ready, but it takes time to implement those strategies. There are just two or three months to WAT-GD-PI round for IIMs and other b-schools. What do you do in such a limited time? This is an article that can answer your question. Read the article here.
How do you ace an IIM A interview? Learn from the experience of aspirants turned students and try to apply it into your interview prep. To know more, read this article here.