I am from B'lore, have scored a 57 percentile in MAT and don't want to waste a year. Can i get into a decent b-school in here?

0 158 Views | Posted 2011-09-05 12:22:54
Asked by Rajneesh K

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    Tabrez Ahmed

    2011-09-05 16:09:50
    St Hopkins College Of Management one of the best Bschools in practical knowledge with a decent Fee Structure and international trips placements from 3rd semester
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    Astha Aggarwal

    2011-09-05 13:31:10
    Hello,As a student of MAPS, which is backed by two of the largest educational companies - Educomp, India and Raffles, Singapore; I would suggest you try for their Bangalore campus one. Though I must admit that you have quite a low percentile in MAT, but the good thing is that MAPS considers not only your test scores, but also your class 10, 12 and graduation percentage along with your extra curricular activities. So, if you had, lets say, been a good athlete in school, then you stand a fair chance of getting through.The best thing they have a designated placement cell which is headed by people like R. Jayaraman, who is an MBA from IIM-A with ... view more
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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-09-05 12:29:32
    You have scored less comparatively then I suggest that if you do not want to spend another year in preparation then accept any college you are able to get admission in Bangalore and then try to excel in your education there. You might not be a position to choose.

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