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    Eligibility for MBA after 12th?

    i am a medical student....comlpleted 12th this year only. however i dont want to go in this field anymore. i want to pursue BBA and then MBA. am i eligible or can i cope up with a completely different stream?? however i amnot too good at mathematics. please suuggest!!!!!!!!!!!

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    anil.singarapu is offline Junior Member anil.singarapu is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Eligibility for MBA after 12th?

    You should have any degree from a recognized university with 50%.
    And you should attend the entrance exam.
    There are many entrance exams To do MBA like MAT, ICET, etc.
    you should qualify any one of them..
    All the best..

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA after 12th?

    Dear Student

    now you passed from 12th exam , but Bachelor degree is requre for doing MBA with minimum 50% marks.
    First you take admission in Degree college , after completeing degree ,you should eligble for MBA.

    Best of luck

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA after 12th?

    Dear..

    First of all let me tell you in the very beginning of the answer that you can not complete your MBA after a mere 12th class examination. You have to complete at least you graduation in any stream in order to get eligibility for the entrance exam

    Details are as follows :-

    MAT Stands for Management aptitude test. It is a exam conducted by AIMA every three months. It is one of the major entrance exam for entering in various Business school of India, but if you want to get into the top ten or twenty business school of India you must look beyond MAT and have to go for other entrance exam like :-

    COMMON ADMISSION TEST
    XAVIER APTITUDE TEST
    SYMBIOSIS NATIONAL APTITUDE TEST
    IBSAT

    Eligibility for entrance exam of MBA is :-

    Candidate must have a graduation degree
    Degree must be from a reputed university
    No minimum or maximum age bar
    Final year candidate can also apply
    Minimum percentage required are 50%
    Relaxation is given to the minority candidate (5%)
    There is no need to have any specific subject

    So dear first of all you have to go for BBA which is a three year degree course and once you complete that course then you have to go for MBA which is a two year duration post graduate course.

    You are not eligible to do MBA right after your class 12th so go for some good degree course first and then you can do MBA.

    Questions are asked from various field such as :-
    Maths
    GK
    Reasoning English

    There are many streams in MBA and you can choose the one in which you have to make your career.

    Hope it will help

    Cheers...!!!

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA after 12th?

    Hello dear friend,
    After 12th you are not applicable for MBA , first go for an bachelor degree (any). Try to be in first class and then go for an entrance exam and then you will be applicable for MBA.
    It sounds good that you are aware about you future when you are in 12th only most of the boys are not.
    Hope this will help you for more information keep visiting here .
    best of luck

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA after 12th?

    There is absolutely no problem for you in going for BBA and MBA.

    Your stream in 12th does not matter at all in going for MBA.

    For MBA entrance examination you need to be graduate in any stream.

    There are several MBA entrance examinations you can appear after completing your BBA such as CAT, XAT, MAT, GMAT, SNAP, FMS etc.

    For CAT, XAT, SNAP you need to have minimum 50% in graduation whereas for few other there is no percentage requirement.

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA after 12th?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    i am a medical student....comlpleted 12th this year only. however i dont want to go in this field anymore. i want to pursue BBA and then MBA. am i eligible or can i cope up with a completely different stream?? however i amnot too good at mathematics. please suuggest!!!!!!!!!!!
    HI,

    Yes you are eligible for MBA after finished graduation. But you will not eligible for after 12th std. even distance also not eligible for MBA.

    MBA stands for Master of Business Administration which helps you to get good opportunities in your career and with MBA course you will be having more chance to get good opportunities in the top companies.If you doe MBA from top ranked business schools then you will be having chance to get opportunities directly in to senior level and middle level management with huge packages.

    If you want to apply for MBA course then you must qualify in entrance exams like CAT,MAT,XAT,GMAT etc entrance test and you must be completed your graduation with 50% of marks with any stream from recognized university and 5% relaxation is available for SC and ST candidates.

    There are number of specializations are available in MBA.

    Marketing management
    Finance management
    Logistics management
    Supply chain management
    International Business
    Textile management
    Retail management
    Hospital management
    Pharmaceutical management
    Operations management
    Systems management
    IT Management
    Project management
    Sports management
    Event management

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