Getting an admission in top B-school is a dream of every management student. Some of top MBA colleges of India include IIMs, XLRI, SP Jain- Mumbai, Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, International Management Institute, etc. Perfect grades and academics are required to excel at their level and get the admission. These best MBA colleges in India require good scores in CMAT entrance exam, CAT entrance exam or any other college. It’s essential to know the tips and tricks to prepare for these B-schools in advance and likewise groom yourself.
First of all you need to have lots of self-confidence, hard work persistence and never say die attitude to compliment other personal attributes.
Start preparing for entrance exam in advance:
So what is the right time, when you should start preparing for the MBA admissions? If you are planning to appear for CAT entrance exam, begin your preparation 6-8 months in advance, as most of the top MBA colleges in India consider it as default entrance exam. Be strong in your academics but also enjoy your college or work life. Having work experience prior to joining an MBA college is always a benefit.
The next step is to join a good coaching institute or have a good personal tuition. But do not get caught in over-hype created by some institutes that claim 100% success ratio. Carry out a proper analysis of the coaching institute, study the past success record and other details before joining one. Taking up test series and mock tests is more important than anything else. Next question that may pop-up in your mind is, how many mock tests to take up? The answer is, choose the right time before the CAT exam is due. Ideally students are advised to take up minimum of 10-12 mock tests over 5 months time period. Mock tests gives a good practice and help you improve at levels where you lag behind. Refrain yourself from solving too many mock test in short span of time. It would lead to frustration and decrease your efficiency. Do not join many test series at one go. Most important thing is not to get depressed if you get low scores in the mock tests. Do more practice and analysis.
Prepare for the Quant, verbal, Logical reasoning and data interpretation:
Follow good books for it and make reading a regular habit. The areas where students are tested upon are their command over the English language, logical reasoning and ability, knowledge about the national and international affairs & leadership qualities and public speaking prowess. Start brushing up your language skills and enhance the communication ability. Read newspaper and current affairs magazines on daily basis, reading other books is your choice. Always consult a standard dictionary for correct vocabulary, grammar usage and spellings. To polish your spoken skills for GD and PI watch TV programs that are hosted by news anchor who have accent free tone and impressive presentation. This should be made a regular practice.
Whether you are from commerce, science or arts student with Math in school or college, you must practice the subject well in advance. Take help from a good coaching institute at an early stage.
Fast tips for MBA admission preparation for top B-schools are as follows: