I have only 62 perc in the CAT exam of the last yer? Am i still eligible to do an MBA in marketing for the same in Delhi?

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    anjali sharma | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-09-16 05:14:47
    You need not to worry as there are still good business Schools which accept good students not only basis on CAT scores but about extracurricualrs scores, etc. So if you have exceptional extra-curriculars, you could thin of Business schools like DBS(Delhi Business School )
    i can tell you out of my experience as an MBA student at the Delhi Business School which is in Delhi. i am currently pursuing a dual degree in Finance and Marketing and have secured a summer placements at the HSBC global Markets which is a pioneer in the Global Financial services sector.
    Like wise for you a dual degree from DBS in Hospitality Management and Marke
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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-13 13:26:31
    Hi Ragini,
    As the CAT scores are valid only for a year you need to reappear this year to be eligible for applying to various B-Schools. However, I would like to add here that as 62 percentile is a quite a low percentile it would be difficult to get through any good B-School, so work hard this time and try and score as high as possible so that you can crack some good B-Schools.
    Hope this resolves your query. Feel free to put up more queries. If in case your query has been resolved please close this query by rating it as a "Best Answer" or giving a "Thumbs up"
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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-13 11:43:50
    Hi, cut-offs for MBA-Marketing may be slightly higher. I am sending you a link of B-schools in Delhi/NCR to guide you in detail about cut-offs, courses, placements, etc. https://management.shiksha.com/getCategoryPage/colleges/management/india/10223/All/Delhi-NCR/categorypages/All/All/All/0/50
    Hope this will help you in the best way.Feel free to raise more queries otherwise you may close the question by liking it or marking it as best answer. All the best!

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