The Common Admission Test (CAT) for MBA was conducted on December 4. The results for the same will be released in the second week of January.
Release of CAT 2016 Results 2nd week of January 2017 (Tentative)
Over 2 lakh candidates took the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2016, which was being conducted in two separate sessions. This year, IIM Bangalore was the convener of CAT 2016. The exam was conducted in 138 cities across the country and the duration of the exam was of three hours.
What should you do after CAT Results – 4 Recommended Steps!
#1 – Analyze your chances & expected calls
You must check based on your CAT percentile what all colleges you can expect calls from. Try to understand the various other evaluation parameters which colleges is looking for like Gender Diversity, Academic Excellence, Academic Diversity, WAT, GD/PI, Essay Writing, Work Exp, Professional Course etc.
Look at your chances by analyzing yourself based on these parameters.
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#2 – Analyze the ROI for your MBA from a particular college
Do further self research about college considering below factors:
– College’s Reputation and Ranking
– Placement & Average Salary
– College Fee’s
Considering all above factors analyze ROI for you going for MBA from this college. Below example would help you in understanding your situation:
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#3 – Check what application forms are still available
Considering that there isn’t much time left in the admission process to start it is very critical to fill up application forms of colleges before the last dates. There aren’t many application forms available at this stage, and missing the one’s which are available is not recommended at all.
#4 – Start your preparation for next level of tests
Apart from CAT , there are various other test which B-Schools applies in selecting candidates examples are: WAT, GD/PI, Essay Writing, Work Exp
After CAT results its advised that you focus on equipping yourself with skills to master in these next level of test .
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Prepare yourself for PI questions like:
Why you want to do MBA?
Why you want to do MBA from this college?
Why you want to do MBA in so and so specialization?
How do you spend your spare time?
Tell me about yourself?
What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Why should we select you?
Be prepared for questions from your work domain
Be prepared for question from your Company & its financial state
Be prepared for questions from your graduations academic area
Learn about Indian and Global economy.
Also do keep an eye on announcement from the college’s you are expecting calls from and get complete understanding of their admission process.