CAT 2020 Results Declared – How to check your CAT 2020 Scorecard

January 2nd, 2021 by

CAT 2020 Scorecard - How to check Finally, the CAT 2020 scorecards are out today. Aspirants were eagerly waiting for the CAT 2020 results which were conducted on 29th November. To check the score follow this process: Step 1) Go to Step 2) Click on login link Mail your scorecard to [email protected] and get GDPI guidance for free - Click Here For Mail Step 3) Enter your Login ID and Password. Step 4) Click on scorecard tab and download score card from below given link. CAT Score card Sample:   You can WhatsApp your scorec


Do not forget to fill out these forms

November 20th, 2019 by

First of all, best of luck for the upcoming CAT exam this Sunday. Ensure that you use this last week well to do well in the CAT exam. But you should also remember to fill the forms for some of the other exams and colleges. Quite often, students miss out on these and regret later. I thought I would make up a list of some of the top exams and colleges whose dates are about to run out. SNAP - 23rd November 1) Register online on the official SNAP website. 2) Upload your latest scanned colour passport size photo at the time of Online Registration for SNAP Test. 3) Ensure that the inform


How to Analyze Mock CATs to Improve your Scores and Percentile?

September 29th, 2018 by

A large number of CAT aspirants try their hand at anywhere from 5 to 50 mocks before the actual exam. However, a lot of them do not realize the fact that what matters is not the number of mocks that you take but what you learn from it. Analyzing a mock CAT is perhaps even more important than taking a mock CAT because that is where you learn and improve your scores and percentile. In this post, we will discuss some of the rules that you should keep in mind while doing mock CAT analysis. Rule 1 of Mock CAT Analysis – Focus on the number of errors made A much better thing to look at inste


GDPIWAT Preparations by MBA Mentors

December 19th, 2017 by

GDPIWAT : An Easy Nut to Crack ?   Are you ready for the next bigger milestone of GDPIWAT process? Do you think it is an easy nut to crack ? Every college has a different way of conducting the GDPIWAT process, few colleges conduct it as CD-PI process while the other few conduct it as GE-PIWAT process. In a few colleges, GDPIWAT process also includes SOP, Video Resumes, etc. The weightage of GDPIWAT process for selection ranges from 30% to 50%. Hence, it is very important to prepare yourself for the upcoming GDPIWAT processes. The current students of the respective B schools


How to start a small business in India?

May 2nd, 2016 by

Background Every once in a while, I like to think and write about my entrepreneurial journey. If not for anything else, I really like reading them couple of years down the line. It helps put things in perspective. So, before we go ahead, here are couple of old posts in the series: June 2013 - In defence of the little guy June 2014 - The Reluctant Entrepreneur I did not write one in 2015 and I am kicking myself for it. On the business aspect, things have definitely improved and turned out to be a lot better than what I had expected. What prompted me to share this post (and appear as a g


Unicorn Hunt – Business Plan Competition in Jaipur

March 1st, 2016 by

Unicorn Hunt-2016, a Business plan competition, is a joint initiative of BREW and Dream Wallets. The competition focuses on sourcing exciting ideas at an embryonic stage from colleges, incubation centers, cafes or simply anywhere around us! We will commence with unleashing your hidden potential by registering ideas from 3rd March to 31st March from all over India. 50 ideas will be selected in the first round, from which the top 15 ideas will be chosen after consulting with our Experts Review Panel, and social media voting which will take place from 2nd April to 10th April. If selected, yo


Select a college which suits you the best

January 5th, 2016 by

“Friend would always tell you the truth, because he basks in your glory and embraces your loss” Our life is a string of desires ranging from exotic vacations to high profile jobs, from top schools to best degrees. These aspirations mark our goals and we go out into the world hoping for the best. MBA as a degree has been assisting us in realizing many of these wants. It is seen as the provider of suits and collared shirts or a growth in family business or a fancy degree for resume or just an easy way to good salary. There are plenty more reasons, most of us relate to some of these po


How to start preparation for CAT 2016

October 25th, 2015 by

A lot of students are really worried about starting their CAT preparation. A few of them are confused about questions like: 1 - When should I start my CAT preparation? 2 - What should be the first step of CAT preparation? 3 - Should I first get some experience and then try my hand at CAT? I will try to answer these and many more questions in the live class. The recording of the class will be available on this page itself. I will be conducting a free class to discuss the preparation strategy for CAT 2016. Class is over CAT 2020 Coaching Course In case you have any specifi


Looking for a job in Jaipur? Come – work with us!

October 16th, 2015 by

So, I tried to make the title sound as much like "Come - Fall in Love!" as possible but I know I haven't done a good job at it. Well, having catchy blogpost titles is not something that I or anyone in our team is good at and that is one of the many reasons we are looking at expanding our team. I will try (not promising) to crack less stupid jokes like the one in title but what I do promise is that we will be able to provide you with an immense learning experience irrespective of the role that you will be in. BTW - if you are here just because of the title or the weird image, please sha


How to Solve Hannah’s Sweets GCSE Math Problem on Probability

June 5th, 2015 by

Social Media is at it again. And this time it is a simple probability question. It is pretty basic in nature. The story in the question takes a turn to probability towards the end which is probably what surprised a lot of people. Well, decide for yourself. The actual question There are n sweets in a bag. 6 of the sweets are orange. The rest of the sweets are yellow. Hannah takes a random sweet from the bag. She eats the sweet. Hannah then takes at random another sweet from the bag. She eats the sweet. The probability that Hannah eats two orange sweets is 1