CAT 2019 is over! And it is understandable that you are exhausted and feel drained out. Preparing and appearing for a paper-like CAT is hard, as it is a highly competitive race where a million aspirants want to grab seats that are limited in number. But you cannot give up yet. No matter how good or bad your CAT 2019 exam went, you can’t give up. CAT is not a full stop to your MBA dream, rather it is a chance (a gateway) to improve yourself and excel in other MBA entrance exams. So don’t lose your hopes yet. You still have a chance to redeem yourself in the upcoming XAT, IIFT Entrance Test, NMAT, GMAT, CMAT, SNAP, MICAT, Bocconi Test, etc. Stay determined and focused, and you will get closer to your dream. But, that is easier said than done. Therefore, in this article, we bring you inspirational stories of people who found success in life, with or without CAT. Hope this helps you to stay motivated and ace other MBA entrance exams.
CAT is now done and dusted. It is time to move on. Whether your CAT went well or not, this article has been designed to help you with your next stage of preparation. It is quite comprehensive and covers everything that you need to do from the moment your CAT gets over until the time you enter your b-school. To read the full article click here.
Many of you sacrificed your time, money, responsibilities and even relationships to prepare for CAT. Hence, it is understandable that you are feeling sad and dejected. But you can’t let one failure eat you up. You need to gather courage and just focus on doing the next right thing. This article is about handling failures and keeping hopes high for what you do next. If you want to feel inspired, motivated or just want “someone to get you” - read the article here.
CAT is now behind you. You are probably having a pretty relaxed time. Well, you deserve it. Especially after months of toil and all that anxiety that you had to go through before the exam. But now that the heat is behind you, no matter what the outcomes are, what to do to fill up the time? You could travel, party, binge-watch tv series, go on with work life, etc. However, the best possible solution is READING. This article provides you with a list of books you can read post CAT. To read the full article click here.
Hope everyone is enjoying the post-CAT and IIFT exam days. Some of you are preparing for XAT and other examinations must also be relieved that one milestone is crossed. Some of you may have excelled with flying colours and others may feel that you could have done better. No matter which group you belong to, it is important for you to understand that post-CAT time is neither the time to fret over your past mistakes nor the time to leave everything and bask in the glory of achieving the unachievable. This article will give you 5 best ways to use the time at hand. Read to know more.
Attempting a CAT exam is just a battle half won. You attempted CAT because you want to get admitted to your dream b-school. To do that, you need to start registering NOW! There are 100+ top Indian MBA colleges that will accept CAT scores this year, including the 20 IIMs. These colleges will start releasing shortlists of the selected candidates, immediately after the CAT exam result declaration for MBA admission 2020. To find out more on b-schools that accept CAT scores, MBA, seats, cutoffs, application deadline, and other related information - Read This Article.
Now that the CAT is over, you must be getting ready for IIFT entrance exam. But is your CAT prep enough for this particular exam or you need to do things differently? Find answers to your questions in this video.
Rewati Kachhwaha, SNAP 99.82 Percentiler, and Chinmay Tadwalkar, SNAP 99.81 Percentiler are students at SIBM Pune. As working professionals, both of them had a solid strategy to balance work and SNAP preparation. To find out more on SNAP prep and SNAP exams, watch this video.
Those who are preparing for entrance exams for other b-schools in India or abroad must have considered taking GMAT. The question is, how do you about preparing and taking the test? Should you use the same strategies you used for CAT? Or opt for something else. All your questions will be answered in this article. Read to know more.
Cracking XAT and CAT exams is not just about luck, aptitude or talent. It is also about hard work. Revising your concepts, taking mocks, and analysing are important if you want to crack CAT or XAT. Here is a story of Srinjoy, a 99+ percentile. He takes us to the journey of being an aspirant, cracking XAT, going for college interviews and becoming an XLRI student. Read this article to get the scoop on the whole story.
What are the things you need to know before appearing for NMAT? How to prepare for different sections? What are the strongest strategies you can follow in order to crack the NMAT? These are just some of the questions probably on your mind. In this recorded webinar - Rayna (NMAT Score - 215), Prabh Karan (NMAT Score - 210), and Jithin (NMAT Score - 224) will give you tips on how you too can crack the NMAT. To know more click here.