B-school Interview Tips – Dress Code and Body Language

January 8th, 2021 by

Dress Code and Body Language Guide for 'D-Day' Creating a good first impression is quintessential for a Personal Interview. The steps towards achieving that would be: Dress for it i.e. the dress code Entering into the room Sitting down Body language Verbal Language Conduct inside the room Leaving the room We have got you covered for the whole of it. We have curated a detailed list of Do’s and don’t for D-day. What should you dress for the interview? You are expected to be dressed formally for the occasion. Men 1.Should wear a freshly-ironed formal full-sl

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Personal Interview Skills

January 5th, 2021 by

In this post I would like to cover some of the basic ideas about personal interviews. Since brevity is the soul of wit, and tediousness the limbs and outward flourishes, I will try to be brief. Whom do the interviewers select? The candidate they “like” – so your job is to be “liked” by the panel. Attributes that normal panels like: Honesty Be ruthlessly honest with your answers You should know your subject You should understand your immediate environ Your answering should demonstrate analysis Listen to the words and the body language Answer the question asked Pane

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CAT 2020 response key and official answer sheet released

December 8th, 2020 by

Given below are PDFs for download for answer key and response sheet. CAT 2020 Morning Slot PDF CAT 2020 Afternoon Slot PDF CAT 2020 Evening Slot PDF   Official CAT 2019 Paper – Questions, Answers, and Detailed Solutions Official CAT 2018 Paper – Questions, Answers, and Detailed Solutions Official CAT 2017 Paper – Questions, Answers, and Detailed Solutions We are working on detailed solutions and we will update asap.   XAT 2021 Crash Course a) 200+ Video Tutorials b) XAT 2017, XAT 2018, XAT 2019 Video Solutions c) Workshops on important top

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Last day before CAT – what should you do?

November 28th, 2020 by

CAT 2020 exam is barely a few hours away. I can understand that some of you might be worried or panicked. Don’t be. You have put in the months towards the preparation and I am sure you will come out with flying colors. I know it sounds obvious but there is no harm in repeating – it is just an exam. It does not define who you are and will have a marginal impact on your career in the long run. CAT is a standardized test and perhaps one of the best tests in the Indian education system to select the best candidates. It has been going on for decades and has always rewarded students who are

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Days Before CAT Exam !!!

November 24th, 2020 by

Dear Students, The most neglected thing during the exam days is to be normal. I know it is easier said than done. For the days before and during the exam, life should be as normal as possible. A clear head is important for taking the exam efficiently. Do you believe that you can tramp the last mile? What is your response? -          ‘I am doing great ; bring on the CAT’ -          ‘I am doing great, but I hope I don’t stumble now’ -          ‘Man! I am sure I can crack the CAT. If only Math would stop killing me’ -        

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5 things you must do in the last week before CAT

November 23rd, 2020 by

This must be a nervous time for you. It is completely natural. But if you are panicking, you are probably taking it a bit too far. Rest assured, the efforts that you have put in over the last few months would not go to waste. I can only wish that all readers of this post ended up with the colleges they deserve and hope that they actually get something even better. But we all know that is statically impossible.  Here are a few things that I suggest that you do in the last week to calm your nerves and hopefully ace the CAT 2020 exam. 1. Revise important formulas While I understand that yo

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Strong and Weak Arguments – Tricks for Critical Reasoning

November 22nd, 2020 by

Let’s talk about one of the trickiest parts of critical reasoning- Identifying strong and weak arguments. Sounds tricky? Well, it’s also one of the most scoring and time-saving parts of CAT. So, how can you ace this section of exam? You just need to learn a few fundamental concepts and invest sufficient amount of time in practice. Eventually, you will be able to tackle these questions with more confidence and a good degree of accuracy. But, what exactly is an argument? An argument is basically a combination of three things: Facts/Claims Assumptions/Reasons/Evidence Conclu

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Logarithm for CAT Exam – Concept Builder Questions with Detailed Solutions and Tips

November 7th, 2020 by

This article was contributed by Sandip Gupta. Logarithm is simple. The simplest way to master it is to do more number and varieties of problems. I think you have already understood the basic concepts of logarithm from the previous blog. Before we start, let me suggest two things, Write down all the formulae and try to remember them, When you see a problem, first try to solve it yourself and then see the solution. Let’s start At first let me give you two useful formulae. log(base n⁡)m = log(base a)⁡m/log(base a)⁡n, (where a is any positive number other tha

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Important Idioms and Phrases for CAT and other exams

November 6th, 2020 by

Let’s start with the basic question - what exactly is the difference between an idiom and proverb? Are they the same? If you say, “at loggerheads” instead of “strong disagreement among people,” you're using an idiom. The meaning of an idiom is different from the actual meaning of the words used. “Make hay while the sun shines” is a proverb. Proverbs are old but familiar sayings that usually give advice. A phrase is just a group of words. If you know the meaning of the individual words in a phrase, you know the meaning it conveys. But in an idiom, the meaning is not c

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Installments – Various Cases and Questions including Simple and Compound Interest

November 5th, 2020 by

Nowadays, loan has become crucial part of our life. We all have learnt living our life on credit. Whether be it a businessman taking loans to run his business or a household to buy a car, everyone has become dependent on sustaining their life and fulfilling their wishes with the help of these loans. But, when the amount has been borrowed then it has to be returned too and now not just the principal loan amount but some interest as well. Interest plays a very significant role in our life. It is a deciding factor whether or not loan has to be taken or not as higher the interest then higher t

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