Imagine getting calls from IIM A, IIM B and IIM C. Wait, how? And what next? Well, if you’re lucky enough to get shortlisted for what are probably the top 3 b-schools in India, you have to prepare for the GD-PI rounds next. So how to prepare in such a way that you manage to crack all three b-schools? While a lot depends on your interviewers, you can also take control of some aspects of the GD-PI process and prepare accordingly. What are we talking about? Well, for starters, we’re referring to customising your GD-PI strategy based on the b-schools you’re interviewing for. But in order to do this, you need to know what each b-school expects from students during the interview process, right? Well, meet Aayush Gupta, a BMS student from the Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (DU), Ex Intern at Deloitte and currently set to intern at Strategy &, PwC's consulting arm. Aayush, currently an IIM A student, was lucky enough to be shortlisted for IIM A, IIM B and IIM C. What’s more, he got admission to all 3 b-schools too! Find out how Aayush zeroed in on a b-school, and how he prepared for IIM A, IIM B, IIM C interviews in this video.
Summary of the video:
What are the major differences in the IIM A, IIM B and IIM C interview processes? How do these b-schools shortlist final admits? Does reading information about selection criteria give you enough information? Aayush Gupta, IIM A, shares how he cracked IIM A, B and C in this video.
He talks about the major difference between interview styles for all 3 b-schools. He shares how he prepared for each b-school with a unique perspective on how these schools select students. Finally, Aayush shares how he selected IIM A, after getting admits from A, B and C.
If you wish to know the major differences between the IIM A, B and C in terms of the selection process, this is a must-watch for you.
1. IIM A looks for students with a unique perspective.
2. IIM B looks for students with interesting experiences and subsequent learnings.
3. IIM C focuses on good academic backgrounds.
4. Be well of any written communication you’ve provided to the b-school.
5. Fill the b-school application forms correctly.
6. Use anchors or hints while writing your SOPs, application forms, WAT, etc, that help you lead the conversation during GDs and PIs.