Shikhar Shukla appeared for MAT in the year 2005. His scores were 63% and took admission in IPER College Bhopal. He says, practising earlier years question papers helps a lot. Given below are some of the questions that he responded when he was interviewed. After completing the exam, prepare die-hard for the interview as it decides all. This questionnaire may help you in preparing well for the exam.
Ans. There was single GD round and I got selected. The topics were- Avenues and Potentiality of Financial Banks in India, What facilities the banks offer to rural areas, Grameen Vikas Yojana, Loan Facility, and Credit/ Debit card facility. They had already offered us the topics on which we had to prepare.
Ans. It was a very good experience. There were questions based on management such as, where do I see myself 5 years down the line. The questions were concerned to my family background, qualification and some of the topics like Accounts and etc.
Ans. Apart from MAT I also appeared for the CAT.
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Ans. I didn’t join any coaching class. I had self-studies.
Ans. As I didn’t join any class for MAT, so I would rate it as 1.
Ans. During my graduation, I didn’t prepare for the entrance exam. After completing my graduation, I started preparing for MAT. So there was no role of the same.
Ans. 1. Dedication
3. Hard work
4. Study minimum 5 hours a day
5. Focus on last 5 years’ question papers
Ans. At that time, there were fewer resources available; my elder brother helped me in preparation for the entrance. There are good books available in the market GMAT. I used to study for minimum 5 hours/day and that preparation turned out as a selection for my further studies.