CAT 2018 sprung a lot of surprises and was devastating for a lot of test-takers who wished to enter a premier business school this year. The Quantitative Ability section was especially tough and caught a lot of aspirants by surprise.
However, regardless of how your CAT went, there is still one more chance for you to pursue your management education from a top business school next year - one last chance to redeem yourself!
XAT 2019 will be the gateway to the BM/HRM programmes at one of India's most prestigious management institutes - XLRI Jamshedpur, and other elite institutes like SPJIMR Mumbai. It is an opportunity for those who could not crack CAT 2018 to still pursue their MBA from top business schools in the country.
So how do you crack the test?
In this ultimate guide, we put you in touch with those students and alumni who managed to crack XAT and enter the business school of their dreams. Take a look at some of the best content on XAT preparation tips -
Tips from XAT 99+ percentilers:
Karan Madangeri, a student at XLRI (Class of 2019) managed to get a 99.16 percentile score in XAT 2017. In this article, he breaks down exactly what the XAT exam is all about and shares a section-wise strategy that can help you crack XAT 2019!
Aakanksha Sharma appeared for XAT early this year in the month of January and cracked the exam with a 99.92 percentile score in Verbal ability and a 99.26 overall percentile. In this article, she shares her preparation strategy and the strategy she employed on the D-day. Take a look!
Ankita Nehal managed to perform exceptionally well in the main competitive exams she appeared for - CAT (99.66), XAT (99.64) and IIFT (99.91).
In this article, Ankita shares with a detailed account of her preparation strategy and how she managed to be a 99+ percentiler in the exams she appeared for.
A common habit of test-takers is to take it upon themselves to solve a question in a time-restricted examination, which often leads to less-than-desirable results.
In this write-up, Jay Hulani of XLRI Jamshedpur explains the perfect strategy to score well in XAT 2019. Do read!
Verbal ability in XAT is considered to be the toughest across all competitive MBA entrance exams - but not for Shelly Saksena! Here, this MBA(HRM) student at XLRI talks about how she aced the verbal ability section and managed to score an overall 99.33 percentile in XAT.
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With just under a month to go for XAT, the most recommended and promising source of preparation is previous XAT papers, where you can understand the paper pattern and assess the kind of questions you can expect in XAT 2019.
Take a look at the XAT Previous Years' Papers -
All the best for XAT!