Here’s to joyful beginnings and year-long success!

As we step into a brand new year 2020, it is time to reboot. Whether you are a student or ...
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Govinda Lalwani

Take your exam just as another mock

“I had planned on giving the GMAT last year,” says ISB-hopeful Govinda Lalwani, “but my job was being an impediment.” ...
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ankur devra

Sharpen Your Mental Math Skills for High SAT Score

For DPS Indirapuram student, Ankur Devra, the SAT journey has been all about hard work and consistent practice. “Don’t underestimate ...
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Analysing Your Performance on a Daily Basis Helps

Aiming to do a PhD in Astrophysics from a good university in US or Canada, Purnima Narayan from Pune joined ...
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Full ride for international students not a myth! Here’s proof…

Coming from rural Shirdi, Suyash Sakhare moved to Mumbai to prepare for the SAT. “It was terrifying for me to ...
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GMAT is a Test of Logic and Temperament

A BITS-Pilani Computer Science Engineer, Ameya Deshpande, had been working with CISCO Systems for the past five years when he ...
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Develop The Art of Test-taking

“I cannot prepare at home. I mean, I barely study at home!” confesses Ajinkya Demda, explaining how he found the ...
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Saniya Nephade

Be honest with yourself regarding your profile

“If you are an engineer, for you GRE-level math should be pretty easy. But that doesn’t mean that you take ...
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You’re not really competing with anyone but yourself

“In a global corporate set-up, customer experience and design thinking mostly comes from the West, whereas transactional and commercial expertise ...
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On the Path to Achieving a Noble Goal!

Adventure enthusiast and an ardent Harry Potter fan, Swati Srivastava, is a multi-talented individual with interests in photography, travelling, origami ...
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Ain’t No Dream Too Big, Ain’t No Dreamer Too Small!

With a long-cherished dream of studying aerospace engineering, Prachi Tomar, a student of Queen Mary’s School, New Delhi, set about ...
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When Taking the Plunge Why Not Go to the Best!

“I started a bit late with my GMAT preparation—in November. And my aim was to take the GMAT in January!” ...
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sukriti verma

Seek help if you lack the discipline to prepare

“I’ve always been interested in research,” says Sukriti Verma, a Delhi Technological University graduate. “But the professors around me didn’t ...
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Staying Cool on the Test Day Matters

“I thank Jamboree for preparing me emotionally to study abroad!” says Hitarth Shah, a student of Class 12 at The ...
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parth vaishnav

Making a Paradigm Shift

“It is a myth that students who want to pursue a business program in India should take the CAT and ...
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at the top of her game

At the Top of Her Game!

“I come from a family of doctors, so I know the healthcare industry very well,” says Priyanka Lahoti as she ...
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On the Road to Achieving Her Dreams!

“Studying abroad will be a great experience for me,” says Avantika Singh from Sanskriti School in New Delhi. She continues, ...
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About Time, You Followed Your Dream!

In 2014, when Neeti Sonth graduated from VNIT, Nagpur with a Bachelors in Electronics and Communications Engineering, she was sure ...
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The Curious Case of Harsh Shah

Harsh Shah was in a fix. In January 2018, he gave himself a month to prepare for and clear the ...
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When Coding Calls: The Story of a Whiz Kid

A computer engineer by choice and a poet by heart, Shubhangi Raj has always believed that the pursuit of knowledge ...
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telecom to finance subrat gupta

Switching Careers: From Telecom Engineering to Financial Management

“I always believe in continuous improvement,” says Subrat Gupta, when asked about his motivation to pursue an MBA. He continues, ...
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On a journey to change the world, one goal at a time!

A tryst as a management trainee with Coal India helped Anant V. Singh develop an abiding interest in economics and ...
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A Lesson in Commitment, From Columbia

Towards the end of his first semester at Columbia University, Gundeep Bindra got a mildly reproachful mail from his dean ...
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Family biz or top MNC? Taking the middle path

For Mumbai University’s grad, Gauri Korday, joining the family business of manufacturing pharmaceutical formulations was a given from the start ...
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When Anything Bothers Me, I Do Math!

For me, solving math problems is a constructive way of thinking, explains Neel Naik. Cerebral activity enables me to come ...
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This is Deep, reporting live from Purdue!

Cricket fans are dime a dozen, but those who can meld their passion of cricket with writing, are rare. Deep ...
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Why did Divya quit her plush IT job to pursue an MS at Carnegie Mellon?

Ours is the Age of Information. Divya Virmani realised this early on. Avidly interested in IT and computing, she graduated ...
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Why Did a Doctor Decide to Earn an MBA from Wharton?

Two years ago, Vidur Mahajan had not even heard of Wharton. But as luck would have it, he made it ...
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