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Re: Calling all ISB PGP Applicants: 2024 Intake Class of 2025 [#permalink]
Payslip will suffice
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Rishab7 wrote:
Good Morning everyone. I have been working in my current organization for the past 2.5 years now. What is accepted by ISB as income proofs for salaried individuals? Only Pay Slips issued by the company’s competent authority? Or do I also need to provide Bank Statements, and Income Tax returns?

An acknowledgement letter from HR stating that you currently work in the organisation will suffice.
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Re: Calling all ISB PGP Applicants: 2024 Intake Class of 2025 [#permalink]
Hi everyone,

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Hi everyone, We have created a podcast series on how to ace GMAT / GRE tests. This is a two-part series: the first episode (link: https://youtu.be/iNsTtAaxY4I) focuses on recent changes and GMAT vs. GRE debate; the second episode (will be out next week) addresses few common dilemmas faced by MBA aspirants during their prep process. We hope this would be helpful to all MBA aspirants, currently undergoing the test prepping process :) . Warm regards, Team Fly (https://www.linkedin.com/company/reachusfly/)

How is this related to ISB? Please do not spam...
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Re: Calling all ISB PGP Applicants: 2024 Intake Class of 2025 [#permalink]
Hi everyone, Most of my work experience is self-employed as a doctor in my clinic. So I don’t have a payslip, will my annual return be enough? Also who would be suitable for LoR, senior doctors or patients? (doesn’t feel right given the conflict of interests).
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Hi everyone, Most of my work experience is self-employed as a doctor in my clinic. So I don’t have a payslip, will my annual return be enough? Also who would be suitable for LoR, senior doctors or patients? (doesn’t feel right given the conflict of interests).



Prajyotm

Your annual return will suffice.

For your Letter of Recommendation, the best choice would be someone who has observed your management skills and potential without you having direct authority over them. This person could be a former senior colleague, former boss or mentor, or a senior official in a partner medical institution who can speak to your understanding of healthcare administration and your potential for success in a business environment, or even a former professor who can attest to your academic capabilities, critical thinking, and analytical skills.
A patient, practically speaking would have no idea about your business management capabilities so avoid asking for an LOR from a former patient.

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Re: Calling all ISB PGP Applicants: 2024 Intake Class of 2025 [#permalink]
Hi all. How to improve upon Critical Reasoning, other verbal sections are fine for me.
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Re: Calling all ISB PGP Applicants: 2024 Intake Class of 2025 [#permalink]
Practice is the key
Try reading articles from aeon and do 3-4 sets of critical reasoning
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Re: Calling all ISB PGP Applicants: 2024 Intake Class of 2025 [#permalink]
Hey everyone. I am preparing for my GMAT and currently struggling with CR ( Weaken Question Type). How can I improve my reasoning ...any special tips or resources?
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Re: Calling all ISB PGP Applicants: 2024 Intake Class of 2025 [#permalink]
CR bible is helpful

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Re: Calling all ISB PGP Applicants: 2024 Intake Class of 2025 [#permalink]
Yeah I am using that. I started with 500-600 level weaken from GMAT Club just to see if I understood the concepts or not. 500-600 I did pretty good so that gave me the confidence to start with 600-750 level. But I am not doing good in this level. After analyzing I get confused between two choices one of which is the answer. So, what should my next steps be?
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Re: Calling all ISB PGP Applicants: 2024 Intake Class of 2025 [#permalink]
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this group is for?
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Re: Calling all ISB PGP Applicants: 2024 Intake Class of 2025 [#permalink]
It’s a https://gmatclub.com/chat group created for all ISB ASPIRANTS

So basically W H A T S A P P word is getting converted to GMATclub

hence , paste the link on your tab and replace GMATCLUB with
“ W H A T S APP”

Originally posted by Namanagarwal1007 on 26 Jun 2023, 06:01.
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Namanagarwal1007 wrote:
It’s a https://gmatclub.com/chat group created for all ISB ASPIRANTS

this is the group for the ISB aspirants. Why do we need a differnt one on WA?
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Re: Calling all ISB PGP Applicants: 2024 Intake Class of 2025 [#permalink]
Can someone clarify whether we can apply in subsequent rounds if we get rejected in the first round ? I’m sorry if it has already been answered.
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Can someone clarify whether we can apply in subsequent rounds if we get rejected in the first round ? I’m sorry if it has already been answered.

No we cant
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Re: Calling all ISB PGP Applicants: 2024 Intake Class of 2025 [#permalink]
So is it better to apply in the second round, if in case we only manage to get a score of 680-700 and maybe try to score above 720 by December to apply in Jan? Ofcourse, assuming that the rest of the application is decent but just to be confident.
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