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March 02, 2021
rvgmat12

Joined: Oct 19, 2014

Posts: 98

Kudos: 53

Self-reported Score:
780 Q51 V48

IIM Lucknow PGP Program

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This review is for IIM

Program IIM Lucknow IPMX

Class of 2013

Experience during the program

I would like to share my IIM Lucknow PGP experience. I graduated from IIM L in 2013. I had worked at a Hedge Fund (making more than 20L p.a. 10 years back) and had finished CFA Level 1 before my MBA.
Unfortunately, my experience at IIM L was not upto my expectations. I was earning less post my MBA than before my MBA for atleast 3- years
It took me a while to get back to where I had hoped to reach post my MBA.
After a lot of introspection, I realized that an MBA was not the right decision for me at that time and I liked Technology and coding much more.
I felt that I could have waited for a few years and targeted a foreign MBA

I would strongly urge all future applicants to do thorough Due Diligence before choosing any B-School, especially IIM L if they are interested in Finance and Technology.

About job placement process

Please do your own DD.


Overall BSchool experience (2.0)
Schools contribution (2.0)
Classmates rating (2.0)

Strengths of the program:

Student body, diversity
Brand/Ranking
Facilities
Admissions Team
Specialization in a particular area (e.g. Finance, Consulting, Healthcare, etc)
Marketing

Best fit at this program:

Marketing

Can be improved:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors
Alumni Network
Career opportunities provided by school
Location


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March 15, 2021
rvgmat12

Joined: Oct 19, 2014

Posts: 98

Kudos: 53

Self-reported Score:
780 Q51 V48

GMAT Club Tests - an invaluable resource

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I am grateful to GMAT Quant Busters for giving me an opportunity to try out GMAT Club Tests for a month after winning their last quiz round.

GMAT Club Tests is an invaluable resource for any GMAT high score aspirant. It has very good quant and verbal questions backed by exceptional analytics to analyze mistakes and learn. You can take CATs or take section wise tests. By using CATs, you can focus on test-taking strategies and by taking section tests, you can focus on your weak areas and improve.

I would highly recommend trying out the GMAT Club Tests.

Best of luck to all of you!

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