Author: GP

Application Time!

The most relevant question at this stage of an MBA aspirant’s life is: From which colleges can I get an interview call? While I tried answering these questions individually, I soon realised that since the questions are common, it will be easier for me to post an article giving the required information, hence this post giving the estimated cutoffs of various MBA institutes. The application deadline of the institutes and the link to their admission website is also given to help those of you who would like to apply to these institutes. Most of the cutoffs given in the...

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5 Mantras to master the Interview

The declaration of the results of the IIFT 2017-19 written test has brought in an urgency for the interview preparation for the successful candidates. The CAT 2016 Percentile Predictor and the SNAP 2016 Score Calculator released by CL have allowed MBA aspirants to have a reasonably good idea of their chances of interview calls from their desired institutes. Similarly those with an NMAT score of over 208 can expect calls from all NM institutes and those with around 200 can expect calls from NM Bangalore and Hyderabad. However this also means that they now have to prepare not only for the other MBA...

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Howz XAT!

Xavier’s Aptitude Test (XAT) is the last major MBA entrance test for the season and possibly the last chance for most students to get a score that will get them into a good B school. Many good B schools outside the Xavier family, like S.P.Jain, TAPMI, IMT, MICA, etc., accept both CAT and XAT scores for admission to their MBA programs and the students who did not do well in CAT can hope for an improved performance in XAT for a realistic chance in these and many other B schools. While many people tend to describe XAT as CAT...

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SNAP Shot!!

SNAP, conducted by Symbiosis International University for admission to its fifteen management institutes (offering 21 programs), is one of the most popular management entrance tests and is taken by over 50,000 students every year due to availability of a wide range of institutes. The level of difficulty of the questions asked in SNAP usually ranges from easy to moderate. A CAT paper would usually be considered more difficult than a normal SNAP paper. However, the limited time available for attempting the paper (120 minutes for 150 questions) makes it a bit challenging for some students. SNAP – A great...

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CAT 2016 Analysis: Slot 1: First Impressions

CAT 2016 Likely cutoff: Getting updated shortly Structure similar to CAT 15. The difficulty level of QA section is the key difference between CAT 2015 and CAT 2016. QA – more difficult than last year. Approx 5 attempts less as compared to CAT 15. 22-25 is is a good attempt. DILR slightly easy. Students could attempt 4 sets with ease. 14-16 is a good attempt. Exerts say, good students could even go on to attempt 6 DILR sets. Verbal section – Level of difficulty same as CAT 15. The section had 24 RC questions , 10 Verbal Logic (4 Para...

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About GP

Gautam Puri

GP describes his academic performance early in life as pathetic. With scores of 61% in Xth and 65% in XIIth, he was always at the bottom of the class. For students, he is an aptitude guru who simplifies fundamentals, problem solving, and test taking strategy. GP loves driving & has been part of Raid-de- Himalayas off road adventure. An IIM B alumnus, GP is one of the core founders of CL.

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