Take the previous papers of any MBA entrance exam and look for questions that ask for the meaning of a particular word. The chances are pretty low that you will find a multiple choice question of the format - “The meaning of X is:” followed by four options.
Doing the same thing for antonyms or idioms will probably not give you a lot of questions either.
So no exam is going to ask you for word meanings. If so, then why learn new words, antonyms or idioms if they are not asked as direct questions in the exams?
It starts with having a large list of words at your disposal so that you
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I must have interviewed at least a few thousand candidates in my time.
Every time I feel that I have seen it all and I have met them all, a Higher Power Up There intervenes and restores my humility by presenting a sample that I have never seen before.
I share with readers these samples in the (absolutely vain) hope that they will not repeat these cases, and make their own new mistakes so that my life remains exciting.
I just pray that you make those new mistakes in the mock interviews and not in the actual ones!
Sin No 1: Negative Body language and Attitude:
This includes sl
Most of the questions that one encounters in a B-school personal interview can be classified into the following categories:
A – Introductory questions
B – Academic and work-experience related questions
C – Current affairs and general awareness questions
D – Personality-based questions
E – Goal-related questions
F – Stress questions
Let us begin by looking at these types, and the common questions that are asked under each type. Please note that while most interviews begin with introductory questions, no particular order of question types is followed by the panel as regard
Having looked at the pre-interview preparation in the previous post, we can now focus on what happens in the initial stages of the personal interview.
There is one factor of your PI performance that invariably shapes your first impression in the minds of the panellists even before they meet you. Can you imagine what it is?
It’s not your CAT score, or your academic scores, or your work-experience, or your hobbies and interests.
It is your punctuality.
Whether or not you turn up on time for the interview greatly influences not only the panel’s first impression but also your own
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We have modified our mock tests based on what happened last year. We have cut down on syllogism questions and increased puzzles. Also, we have made the tests a little bit harder than last year considering that SBI PO papers have moved a little bit on the harder side. We thoug
Let us get something very clear at the start of our discussion on the personal interview round.
PI is difficult. Very difficult.
This is the first and the last time the college gets to interact with you before they take a call on your candidature. Therefore they will do whatever is necessary – including testing you in ways you simply have not imagined – to ascertain that you are the right candidate for a seat in their college. The greater the competition at a particular institute, the tougher the PI, and the more the unexpected questions.
The second factor that complicates the
First thing first, when it comes to essay writing, there could potentially be 700 deadly sins.
However, space and time constraints dictate that I resist the perennial, evil temptation of writing another long-winded piece and confine myself to the top seven that lead the line-up. These seven mistakes feature routinely in majority of the essays that I assess, and often a single essay contains all of them in varying degrees.
So here I go with the seven deadlies in no particular order of frequency or seriousness.
Sin No 1: Irrelevance
This one is a two-faced devil and both equally ugl
When I said in the previous post that you must write at least 100 essays, I was not joking.
There are a number of reasons why this must be done.
First, writing, unlike speaking or reading, is not a natural process we follow every day. Therefore, when we sit down to write, we are filled with self-doubt.
Second, every writer, on most occasions, needs to motivate themselves to write. In the case of a WAT taker, the perceived disincentive for writing a bad essay outweighs the perceived incentive for writing a good essay. In other words, most WAT takers feel that a bad essay can do more
The notification for SBI PO 2017 was released couple of days ago. It has come as a surprise to a lot of aspirants because it has come a little earlier than expected. Actually, it is full three months early if you compare it with last year. To help students with these queries, I will be conducting an online live class on Sunday. Please register for the same by filling out the form given below and we will send you the link of the class to attend. Although this class is free to attend, you need to register for the same.
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