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New post 01 Dec 2018, 10:45
I am Laxmikant Tripathi from India. I am chartered accountant. I just started with my GMAT studies. I gave Common aptitude Test ( CAT) this year in India but it didn’t go well. Here I would like to find study buddy with whom I can stick to my plan. I have 1 and half year work ex in audit firm. Articleship work ex of 3 year in both tax and audit.

I have few question -

1) which classes to go for . It’s really confusing. Do I really need classes I scored around 90% percentile in CAT .

2) what are the study material to refer.

3) will my articleship work ex get counteded for mba application.

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Hello from Delaware!


Welcome to GC! GMATCLUB is a wonderful platform and "one stop for all your needs". Make best use of this resource.

When are you planning to take the test?

All the best in your prep!
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I am Laxmikant Tripathi from India. I am chartered accountant. I just started with my GMAT studies. I gave Common aptitude Test ( CAT) this year in India but it didn’t go well. Here I would like to find study buddy with whom I can stick to my plan. I have 1 and half year work ex in audit firm. Articleship work ex of 3 year in both tax and audit.

I have few question -

1) which classes to go for . It’s really confusing. Do I really need classes I scored around 90% percentile in CAT .

2) what are the study material to refer.

3) will my articleship work ex get counteded for mba application.

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Hey Laksh128

Welcome to GC! GMATCLUB is a wonderful platform and "one stop for all your needs". Make best use of this resource.

Coincidently I am also a CA but I have never prepared for CAT. 90 percentile seems to be a good score. I understand that relatively you ight not have got call letters from the top ten. That's why you feel that you did not score well. Having said that if you are able to crack 90 percentile in GMAT, and you have amassed relevant work ex then you would have a profile seeked by almost all B-Schools.

If you need any guidance then you may PM me. When are you planning to take the test?

All the best in your prep!
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New post 18 Dec 2018, 03:19
Hello everyone,
I'm Leon Nelson, I recently joined this forum. This forum is cool to share knowledge and to get information. So I hope to find out good friends, and I find this community is highly attractive.
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My name is Ketrin,
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Greetings everyone! I'm new here & just starting to look around. Have a good day everyone ! :)
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i am new on the forum , iam very happy to join here
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i am new on the forum , iam very happy to join here


Welcome to GC! GMATCLUB is a wonderful platform and "one stop for all your needs". Make best use of this resource.

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Happy New Year Buddies!

I'm not so new at GC, but just have come faced with this page :)
I'm Gaukhar, from Kazakhstan. 2 month ago started my preparation to GMAT, currently doing SC preparation (first one). GC has helped me a lot with my study plan and with clearence of all my doubs (related to any question about GMAT)
I am happy because such wonderful place excists, where any person on the MBA path can get any source of information and help!!!
May this year all of you achive your target scores and bschools of your dreams!

Thank you for your support GC!
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Welcome and Happy New Year everyone!!!

Good luck with your prep and don’t forget about free gmat club tests in 1.5 hrs as a part of our Free Tests on Holidays program . (Make sure you do your review within 24 hrs or access will be restricted to questions in Jan 2nd US pacific time).

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Welcome and Happy New Year everyone!!!

Good luck with your prep and don’t forget about free gmat club tests in 1.5 hrs as a part of our Free Tests on Holidays program . (Make sure you do your review within 24 hrs or access will be restricted to questions in Jan 2nd US pacific time).

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Happy New Year bb

Nice initiative!!
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New post 16 Jan 2019, 10:17
Hi,

Really excited to be a part of this forum, I am looking forward to all the knowledge and information I can get from here.

I have given my gmat in 2017, managed to score 750 (q50 v42) and I now am looking to go for MBA in the US. Batch of 2020.

I have a work experience of 2.5 years after college, in college I was part of Redbull for another 2 years.

My profile is mostly towards marketing and currently I am doing product management at MakeMyTrip.

Can you please help me out with how should I go about selecting/short listing colleges. And what exactly should I see and which colleges can be my realistic options?

Thank you so much for the help!!

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New post 27 Jan 2019, 15:56
Hi everyone! Emily from MN here. I am 28 (graduated from undergrad in 2012) and have been working full time for the last 7 years since graduating. I have been putting off studying for and taking the gmat for a few years now. I officially bought my Manhattan Prep guides and books a little over a year ago. Finally decided to crack down on this. So far I took a 3 hour online class and a 7 hour foundations of math class through Manhattan Prep and took my first practice CAT today - didn’t do very well at all, scored 490 :/ but hoping this will improve vastly over the coming weeks!

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Hey. I am new to the forum. Glad to join. I would be glad to meet interesting people and find friends.
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Hi everyone! Emily from MN here. I am 28 (graduated from undergrad in 2012) and have been working full time for the last 7 years since graduating. I have been putting off studying for and taking the gmat for a few years now. I officially bought my Manhattan Prep guides and books a little over a year ago. Finally decided to crack down on this. So far I took a 3 hour online class and a 7 hour foundations of math class through Manhattan Prep and took my first practice CAT today - didn’t do very well at all, scored 490 :/ but hoping this will improve vastly over the coming weeks!

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Hi and welcome!

Good luck on your journey. You don't have to take classes, you can just dig into the books. the key is NOT to stretch it out to a year or even 6 months but keep going!
P.S. I doubt you would get very far in Verbal if you took quant classes or even in quant if all you put in is 10 hours.... say saying :roll:
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Hi Everyone!
I am Shubhamkar,24, from Mumbai, and I am planning to give the GMAT latest by July this year. Currently I am working in an architecture firm for the past 1.5 years and am aiming for mba class of 2022 for the top schools in Canada.

One of my major concerns is how do I crack GMAT without having a core engineering background, or atleast the quant part.
Another being, how many architects actually pursue MBA, or how lucrative is it for them. Personally, I want to switch fields early on.

Hoping to gather useful insights from all the people in this community and would like to contribute in return as well. Looking forward to the discussion.
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Hi Everyone!
I am Shubhamkar,24, from Mumbai, and I am planning to give the GMAT latest by July this year. Currently I am working in an architecture firm for the past 1.5 years and am aiming for mba class of 2022 for the top schools in Canada.

One of my major concerns is how do I crack GMAT without having a core engineering background, or atleast the quant part.
Another being, how many architects actually pursue MBA, or how lucrative is it for them. Personally, I want to switch fields early on.

Hoping to gather useful insights from all the people in this community and would like to contribute in return as well. Looking forward to the discussion.
Thank you.

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Welcome. Anyone can get into Business Schools. You don't need any background besides a college degree. GMAT tests high school math - as long as you have attended a high school, you will succeed!
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GMAT, normally, test simple types math not calculus types math. So, don't worry man.
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Hi Everyone!
I am Shubhamkar,24, from Mumbai, and I am planning to give the GMAT latest by July this year. Currently I am working in an architecture firm for the past 1.5 years and am aiming for mba class of 2022 for the top schools in Canada.

One of my major concerns is how do I crack GMAT without having a core engineering background, or atleast the quant part.
Another being, how many architects actually pursue MBA, or how lucrative is it for them. Personally, I want to switch fields early on.

Hoping to gather useful insights from all the people in this community and would like to contribute in return as well. Looking forward to the discussion.
Thank you.

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New post 08 Feb 2019, 01:26
Hello! I'm new to the forum, hoping to learn something new here. And will meet many people in the same field
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