What after CAT 2017 Exam?

What after CAT 2017 Exam?

What will I do after I had appeared for CAT exam? This is the most common question in the minds of the candidates. Common Admission Test (CAT) 2017 is over and the candidates are eagerly waiting for the exam results.  Let’s have a look at some of the things you can do after CAT:

1. Prepare for Other Exams

CMAT: Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is a national level computer based   entrance test conducted by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE). CMAT scores are used for admission to MBA, PGP and PGDM courses offered by numerous management colleges across India. The exam is scheduled for January 21, 2018.

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TISSNET: This National Entrance Test is conducted by Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS). The exam scores allow you to get enrolled in any of the Master programs offered in the TISS campuses. This computer based exam will be held on January 06, 2018.

MAT: The National Level Management Aptitude Test (MAT) exam offers admission to MBA, PGDM and related management programs in more than 600 management schools. The exam is held four times in a year – February, May, September and December.

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MICAT: MICA Admissions Test (MICAT) is the online entrance test for MICA’s post graduate diploma in management-communications. The test comprises of two sections. The first section evaluates divergent thinking, logical skills, analytical skills, verbal skills, general awareness and written communication skills of the candidate. The second section includes a psychometric test.

Along with these above exams, there are many other MBA exams you can take this year.

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2. Prepare for GD/ PI

  • Join a GD/PI workshop
  • Focus on topic based GDs
  • Seek the guidance of your mentors/ seniors
  • Prepare for specialization
  • Know the specific format for each call

A lot of options for your bright career have just turned up! So, take a deep breath and shift your focus on MBA admissions. Good Luck!

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