When we talk about top b-schools, Symbiosis is in everyone’s top fifteen or even top ten priority list. However, getting into these institutes is not easy, owing primarily to their intense and extremely competitive selection process. It starts with their entrance exam - SNAP and ends with (Group Discussion), WAT (Writing Ability Test) and PI (Personal Interview). If you want to make it to the Symbiosis big-guns (SIBM Mumbai, SIBM Bangalore, and SCMHRD), then you need to stand out in every single round of the admissions process. How do you do that? Find out here!
Getting selected by any decent B-school is like going through a double-layered sieve. The first layer - entrance exams. The second layer is where the real challenge begins, if you obtain a good score. You might be in the top 1 percentile, but if you don't convert the call from that coveted b-school, all that effort goes down the drain. Hence, you need a full-proof end-to-end plan, and this post may help you out with just that. Read it here.
“I had just 3 interview calls. I had screwed up my CAT big time, so SIBM Pune was my best shot at securing an admission in any reputed college in India,” says Pritha Sinha, who scored 99.09 at SNAP. So, did she make it? Read her story here.
The first thing that leaves an impression, when you go for an SIBM interview, is the beautiful Lavale campus. It is supposed to be one of the most well-organized b-school interview experiences that one could ever face, and Anuj Mishra’s experience was no different. Get the full download of his GE-PI-WAT conversion story here.
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. It starts from narrowing down your preference to finally getting selected to your dream b-school. To make sure that you reach your desired destination, you need to make sure the journey is smooth and hassle-free. And how do you do that? Lot of Prep! Right from the entrance exam to GD-PI-WAT rounds. Need tips on making your journey to a b-school seamless? Read this article now.
Brought up in Delhi, Prateek Papneja completed his Chemical Engineering and worked in a real estate firm for two years before deciding to form SIBM Bangalore. He secured 99.44 percentile in SNAP 2016 and aced in GE-PI-WAT rounds. How did he do that? What’s the secret behind his success? Read to know more.
Group Exercise (Group discussion) is an intense round where participants to share their views and opinions with other participants. The evaluators evaluate you on your confidence, content delivery, knowledge, leadership qualities and more. In this article, SIBM Pune students tell about their experience of aspirants. Read to know more.
Meet Soumyodeep Basu, a first-year MBA student at SIBM Bengaluru. Born in Kolkata and brought up in Mumbai, he completed his graduation in Civil Engineering from the University of Mumbai in 2015. After having worked for some time in the construction sector, he decided to pursue his higher studies and opted for an MBA. He appeared for SNAP in which he scored 99.17%ile, scored well in GD-PI-WAT round and made it to SIBM Bengaluru. He is currently in the second semester of his MBA and wishes to take up Marketing as his specialization in his second year. Know about his full experience here.
All the best for your preparation!