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i m so confuse sir i don't know hw to take a better percentile of MAT exam tell me

0 680 Views | Posted 2011-09-22 21:30:47
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    Rajshree Bhattad If you want to be succesful

    5 years ago
    You should join a good coaching institute. Career Launcher is a good option. Work hard. Solve as many questions as you can.
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    GIRISH SESHAMANI | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-05 19:43:43
    If you are serious about doing your PGDM, you should necessarily look at the top 100 B Schools in India. Most of these B Schools, accept only CAT score. There are just a handful, who accept MAT scores. MAT gets you admission, only in the second and third rung B Schools. It is a waste of your money and time. Let me also reiterate here, that there is nothing great about the CAT exam. Assuming, that you do not have your fundamentals in place, it requires only five months of focused study, wherein you put two hours each day. You will comfortably clear your CAT with a good percentile. If you do not discipline your mind, you will be a slave through... view more
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    ravindra

    2011-10-02 01:44:43
    it is beeter that you recognise your problem areas and start working on them to get a good percentile .also you should know what to leave as negative marking if doen is very harmful
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-30 18:46:06
    Forgot to say that as clearly stated by prashant, Mock tests seem to be the best way to understand the kind of paper being designed and also with its results, you will be able to analyse the areas that require improvement .
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    Prashant Chauhan | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-24 21:12:29
    Preparation through previous year papers and mock tests are better options for preparation and time mgt.
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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-24 11:24:57
    very well said @Priya and Smriti.
    There is no concrete plan which one can suggest you for preparation the only advice I would give is the key to success in such Entrance Examinations is Time Management and accuracy, and always remember “there is no short cut to hard work”
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    Ruchi Shrimali | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-09-23 16:04:45
    There are two MAT related articles I found on Shiksha:https://www.shiksha.com/mat-2011-to-be-held-on-1st-may-2011-offline-test-and-7th-may-2011-online-test-article-3249-1https://www.shiksha.com/management-aptitude-test-mat-2011-article-3786-1As @Priya said, it is your hard work that will ultimately matter. For us mortals, who just can't devote 8 to 10 hours a day to studies, four hours also suffice - two in the morning and two in the evening.Try studying books from 4 to 6 in the morning and newspapers from 6 to 8 in the evening for any current topics and general knowledge questions. Also discipline yourself enough to cutdown on party or telev... view more
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-23 10:17:05
    getting a good score in MAT or for that matter any entrance exam is a result of your hard work, your determination, the kind of preparation you have come up with to secure higher achievements. There cannot be any words or structure to prepare as ever individual may differ in the way how they prepare.all that is a main element that goes into preparing would be your concentrating, focus clarity and honesty towards yourself and your goal.

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