Indian Institute of Management Prabandh Nagar, Off Sitapur Road
Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI), Jamshedpur, Circuit House Area (East)
Faculty of Management Studies University of Delhi
Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode Campus
IM Indore, Prabandh Shikhar Rau - Pithampur Road
IIFT Bhawan, B-21, Qutab Institutional Area
Management Development Institute Mehrauli Road Sukhrali
S P Jain Institute of Management & Research, Munshi Nagar, Dadabhai Road, Andheri West
HT Parekh Marg, Churchgate, Mumbai, Maharashtra
How is the placment record of BIMM PUN? Can i consider it to be an institute which shall place me well?
Hello! You can check the Balaji Institute of Modern Management (BIMM), Pune profile (including placement and salary information) by clicking here. Please understand that an institute does not "place" its students - it only "facilitates" the placement process. The onus is entirely on the students to get placed by performing well in their curricular and extra-curricular activities. Our advice to you is that you select an institute based on what you want to learn (specialization), how you want to grow your career (a short-term, mediaum-term and long-term career growth vision), and whether the companies that visit the campus recruit in your area of interest. That would be a much wiser approach, rathern than selecting purely based on placement information. Hope it helps. All the best.
I will be giving my NMAT exam on 20th Oct. I have given three mocks and the highest I scored was 186. Can you please guide me on effective time management ? How do I take my score above 220? Please help.
Hello and thank you for writing to us! Your current NMAT performance in Mock tests is really good to start with.
The key to crack any entrance test is practice. It's not only practice which is the key but working on your weak areas which shall bring a change in your performance. I recommend that you review the 3 tests and make a note of your strong and weak areas. Once you do that, you shall realize your weak areas and must start working on the same.
The NMAT first day first show Test Analysis by IMS Learning Resources Pvt. Ltd. – a leading test prep institute is out. Click at the link for details and view the detailed analysis given by IMS experts. I hope that you will gain valuable insights and strong understanding of NMAT pattern this year, and prepare accordingly. Try to enrol for more such tests because practice will take you to your target of 220+. We suggest you to opt for multiple mock tests and not only focus on the 3 tests already taken by you.
Hope this information is helpful to you. Let us know in case of any queries.
how should I prepare for MICAT exam. It is quite different from other exams.
Hello and thank you for wiriting to us!
As you correctly mentioned, MICAT is a different entrance test and the structure includes 3 unique sections along with Verbal, Quant and General awareness section.
Candidates are assessed on MICAT, which consists of 6 sections:
Psychometric (P), Verbal ability (VA), Quantitative ability (QA), General awareness (GA) , Divergent-Convergent Reasoning (DCR) and Descriptive Test (DT).
The key to crack any entrance test is practice. It's not only practice which is the key but working on your weak areas which shall bring a change in your performance. We suggest you to enrol for any of the Test Series offered by leading Test prep institutes. Once you start taking the mock tests you must make a note of your strong and weak areas. Once you do that, you shall realize your weak areas and must start working on the same.
Please note: Kindly register for CAT/XAT/GMAT along with MICAT as MICA considers a composite score to offer a GE-WAT-PI Call.
Hope this information is helpful to you. Let us know in case of any queries. All the best!
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