With the results of almost all important MBA exams out, the next big step is to prepare for the ultimate hurdle between you and your dream b-school-the WAT-GD-PI. While a few have some idea as to how to go about it, many are clueless at this point. Having spent around a year for CAT, XAT, IIFT etc. a period of 2-3 months is very short for GDPI preparation and one has to cover a lot-from academics to work experience, from current affairs to history of your own place, from hobbies to justifying the gap year- the task is huge and needs an enormous amount of dedication. However, the most important component here will be your strategy-knowing how to prepare and not just going through everything that comes your way. Here we bring to you the ultimate reading list-Give it a read to know how the ones who got into your dream b-school prepared!!
Shreya Matta, current student at KJ Somaiya, gives you a repository of expected questions and all the important areas you need to cover to ace your interviews. She emphasizes on leaving no stones unturned.
Nikita Tayal, a current student at IIFT Delhi, brings to you interview experiences of current students at IIFT and the tips from those who have sailed through the rigorous WAT-GDPI. This article gives you an idea how IIFT interview differs from the other interviews in IIMs.
Get the tips to prepare the most important question of your interview-“Tell me something about yourself”- from IIM C alumni who tells you how to make your answer interesting and not just a summary of your resume!!
Ramraj Nagar, alumni of IIM Lucknow brings to you a comprehensive guide for WAT-GDPI. How to structure your WAT. How to ace the GD-your demeanour is of utmost importance and what to prepare for PI-it’s all there in front of you in a single click.
Quantitative questions are not only important for your MBA entrance interviews but also for your placements when you get into your dream b-school. Saloni Singh, a current student at IIM C, brings to you the types of questions that might be asked along with the approach to tackle them!!
Prepare well and slay in the interviews!! All the best!!