Am I eligible? If yes, then what should I do now? I don't know much about the entrance tests.Can you provide complete information?

Asked about Heritage Business School - Master of Business Administration (MBA)

In 2014, I completed B.Com (Hons.) with 47% marks. In 10th - 60% & in 12th - 53%. I have never given any entrance test.

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    Saradindu Ghosh

    5 years ago
    You can apply for admission by contacting the office. Please mention your current situation there and they will be able to guide you. Later, if you're admitted, you'll sit for JEMAT as an entrance test.
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    Swapnaneel Bhuiya | Scholar-Level 17

    3 years ago
    You can apply for admission by contacting the office. Please mention your current situation there and they will be able to guide you. Later, if you're admitted, you'll sit for JEMAT as an entrance test.
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    Shikhar Patel | Guide-Level 13

    2 years ago
    You can apply for admission by contacting the office. Please mention your current situation there and they will be able to guide you. Later, if you're admitted, you'll sit for JEMAT as an entrance test.
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    3 years ago
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    Raj shakya #ReadyToHelp | Scholar-Level 16

    3 years ago
    All that you need is minimum 50% marks at graduation level exam. To get admission into a good college, you need to clear the open test CAT, which is most common among MBA colleges. The higher you score in CAT, the better are the chances of your getting admission into a good college. Some good colleges also use MAT XAT as an entrance test of admissions. Try and score more than 90 percentile to get into a good ranked college.
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    Pawan Kumar Singh | Contributor-Level 6

    5 years ago
    There is different criteria for different institutions for deferent program. So, you should go to the website of individual institutions to get detailed information about the eligibility criteria.
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    GIRISH SESHAMANI | Guide-Level 11

    4 years ago
    There are a lot of entrance tests like CAT, CMAT, MAT and so on.
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    iam ssuhana | Guide-Level 14

    4 years ago
    You need to clear any of the entrance tests such as CAT/ MAT/ XAT/ NMAT/ CMAT/ GMAT/ NEST accepted by various colleges and you should also have a minimum of 50% to 60% in your Bachelor's degree (any stream) for admission in MBA. Admission in MBA is done on the basis of entrance exam followed by interview and GD. So, you need to do graduation first. The best colleges in India for MBA are:Xavier's Labour Relations Institute, Jamshedpur (accepts XAT)Lovely Professional University, Punjab ( accepts / CAT/ MAT/XAT /LPUNEST)Department of Management Studies, IIT DelhiIndian Institute of Foreign Trade, Delhi (own test)Management Development Institute... view more

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