The Never Ending List of Questions and their answers
Aug 27, 2019
1)How to Fill
Percentage in CAT form?
Ans) For most boards including CBSE the formula is
9.5*CGPA. E.g. If your CGPA is 10 your percentage is 10*9.5=95%. Do
crosscheck with instructions on your marksheet
2) Which all courses
to tick in CAT Form?
Ans) Tick ALL Courses.
If you are eligible you will get a call. If not no harm done
3) Which all exam forms
should we fill?
Ans) We recommend 5
and only 5 forms to students- CAT, XAT, NMAT, SNAP and IIFT. Currently only
CAT,NMAT and SNAP forms are out. IIFT will be released on September 9th.
In case someone is clear he/she wants to pursue HR then he/she should fill up
4)Should One Fill SP
Jain or not?
Ans) SP Jain looks for
AT LEAST 2 of 3 things.
a) Relevant Work Ex. (E.g.
If you are an Engineer applying for finance specialization will make ZERO
b) Top Tier Undergrad
If you meet all 3 criteria,
then please apply. If you meet only 1
criterion then reconsider!
5) How many attempts
should one target in NMAT?
Ans) Only 1. If you
think of two attempts before even writing the first attempt you will perform
poorly in the first attempt for sure
6) Which all college
forms should we fill?
Ans) Right now you
need to only fill up above 5 exam forms. All forms are open till November third
week at least. Right now focus on Mock Tests. By October end your mock percentiles
would stabilise. We would have form filling sessions for you at that stage
where you would be advised colleges based on your then mock percentiles.
7) Which all IIT’s
accept Non Engineers?
Ans) Among the top
tier IITs, IIT Delhi and IIT Chennai accept non engineers
8) When should one
start GK preparation?
Ans) As soon as
possible! ( First priority should remain aptitude)
9) In SNAP form which all courses/colleges should
Ans) If you are targeting
a top 20 college fill only SIBM Pune and SCMHRD Pune. If even a top 50 college
will do then fill SIBM Bangalore and SIIB Pune. Both are good colleges
10) Which all courses
should we fill in SNAP?
Ans) Usually the
flagship programmes are the “MBA” programmes” for each college under SNAP.
Other programmes may or may not have a placement week for students or provide
similar facilities. Crosscheck with the individual college’s website
Please comment any questions
below, will add them to this list and update the same!!