# Logical Reasoning Basics – Binary Logic – Liar, Truth Teller, and Alternator

May 24th, 2017 by

In a series of posts, we are going to cover the basics of some DI/LR topics. The first topic of discussion is Binary Logic. In a binary logic problem, we have people who either speak a true statement or a false statement. These people are divided into three categories: Truth-teller: This person will always speak the truth. All the statements made by this person are true. Liar: This person will always tell a lie. All statements made by this person are false. Alternator: This person always alternates between the truth and the lie. If first statement of this person is true, then se

# Live Class on How to start preparation for CAT 2017 Online Exam?

April 21st, 2017 by

We have conducted online live classes / webinars on CAT preparation and related topic multiple times in the past. So much so, that we even got sponsors for it on couple of occasions. The goal with these classes has always been to reach out to a wider community of CAT aspirants. While a free class get participation from a larger number of students, it generates quite a lot of random registrations as well. My thought process is that making it paid (as low as 10 Rs.) would at least ensure that junk data is a lot less if not 0. Another issue that a few students have pointed out in past web

# 3 Steps to prepare for SBI PO Online Preliminary Exam in 1 month

April 5th, 2017 by

The SBI PO 2017 Online Preliminary Exam is scheduled to start on 29th April. Some of you might have just filled the form yesterday. There were a bunch of students that faced issues in filling up the form as well because of the faulty gateway and presumably a large number of SBI PO aspirants trying to do it on the last day. Well, what’s done is done and now you need to look forward and plan a strategy so that you can prepare and do well in the SBI PO Prelims Exam. Preparation Step 1 – Syllabus for SBI PO Online Preliminary Exam The first step in this journey should be to understand the

# Final Results Declared for IIFT – List of Selected Candidates

March 31st, 2017 by

LIST OF SELECTED CANDIDATES FOR MBA(IB) 2017-19 AT DELHI CAMPUS S. No. Roll no App. No. Name 1 2100008 627454 RISHABH SANJAYKUMAR AGRAWAL 2 2100048 638986 KAUSTUBH MANI TRIPATHI 3 2100070 623242 PUSHKAL SINGH 4 2100075 637259 NIKUNJKUMAR YOGESHKUMAR LEU 5 2100078 628396 POOJA AGRAWAL 6 2100140 601458 LAXMAN VAJSHIBHAI ODEDRA 7 2100142 637440 MEGH BALDEVBHAI PATEL 8 2100174 643148 SHASHANK VEDPRAKASH GUPTA 9 2100218 623464 ADITYA 10 2100391 621397 JINDE PRANEETH 11 2100392 603663 AXAR LATHIA 12 2100408 638

# How to Approach Group Tasks, Extempore, and Pictorial WAT

March 19th, 2017 by

Group Tasks, though not as common as group discussions and WATs, present us with challenges of their own kind. A group task aims to evaluate the candidate on psychological parameters so that the evaluators can understand the candidates’ comprehension, communication, decision making, and leadership quality within the dynamic context of a group. Working in a group, the candidates also demonstrate their social and interpersonal skills to the panel. The objective of a group task is to perform a clearly-defined exercise within the stipulated time, by using the available resources and en

# Happy Holi – Use coupon code HOLI to get 10% OFF on all courses

March 10th, 2017 by

We are trying to add a splash of color in our student's life. The easiest way to do that would be to add some green in their pockets. Ok! Bad pun. Bura na maano, Holi hai Most people grow out of HOLI as a festival in their teenage years Thankfully a few let the spirit remain alive. And it is to fuel that spirit we are offering 10% OFF on all courses this Holi. Use coupon code HOLI to get 10% OFF on all courses HURRY! Discount has been extended till today - [todaysdate format="jS F"] Given below are the links for our courses Online Coaching Course for CAT 2017 The reduced prices o

# Seven Deadly Sins of Personal Interview, and the Eighth

March 1st, 2017 by

I must have interviewed at least a few thousand candidates in my time. Every time I feel that I have seen it all and I have met them all, a Higher Power Up There intervenes and restores my humility by presenting a sample that I have never seen before. I share with readers these samples in the (absolutely vain) hope that they will not repeat these cases, and make their own new mistakes so that my life remains exciting. I just pray that you make those new mistakes in the mock interviews and not in the actual ones! Sin No 1: Negative Body language and Attitude: This includes sl

# How to Approach the Common Personal Interview Questions

February 28th, 2017 by

Most of the questions that one encounters in a B-school personal interview can be classified into the following categories: A – Introductory questions B – Academic and work-experience related questions C – Current affairs and general awareness questions D – Personality-based questions E – Goal-related questions F – Stress questions Let us begin by looking at these types, and the common questions that are asked under each type. Please note that while most interviews begin with introductory questions, no particular order of question types is followed by the panel as regard

# How to Present Yourself during the Personal Interview

February 26th, 2017 by

Having looked at the pre-interview preparation in the previous post, we can now focus on what happens in the initial stages of the personal interview. There is one factor of your PI performance that invariably shapes your first impression in the minds of the panellists even before they meet you. Can you imagine what it is? It’s not your CAT score, or your academic scores, or your work-experience, or your hobbies and interests. It is your punctuality. Whether or not you turn up on time for the interview greatly influences not only the panel’s first impression but also your own