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    Eligibility to pursue MBA without clearing graduation?

    Respected sir,
    I am completed my 3years degree BBM course.But i am failed in only one subject i.e 3rd sem business mathametics, sir I have the confidence to do the MBA ,sir,I can do the MBA? please give me the answer for me

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    Re: Eligibility to pursue MBA without clearing graduation?

    YES, you can do an MBA.
    But first clear one paper of your BBM

    MBA selection involves:
    >> Written tests
    >> GD and Personal interview

    This procedure is followed by almost all the colleges

    The MBA written Tests that you have to appear are:

    CAT- Minimum Eligibilty is Graduation pass with minimum 50% marks for general and OBC candidates and 50% marks for the SC/ST candidates.

    SNAP- This exam is conducted by Symbiosis, Minimum Eligibilty is Graduation pass with minimum 50% marks.

    XAT- Minimum Eligibilty is Graduation pass

    MAT- Minimum Eligibilty to apply is Graduation pass.This test is conducted by AIMA.

    You need to score atleast 95 percentile marks in the all these written tests to get calls from good MBA colleges
    After this you would be called by colleges for the next rounds that is Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

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    Re: Eligibility to pursue MBA without clearing graduation?

    HELLO FRIEND,,

    To get admission in MBA you need to first complete your graduation with minimum of 50% marks in all subjects

    And 45% of marks for SC/ST students.

    There is no age limit.

    Your admission is based on your entrance exam like CAT , MAT ,GMAT , XAT ,SNAP etc.


    all the best..

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    Re: Eligibility to pursue MBA without clearing graduation?

    Hi

    For pursuing MBA you need to have cleared your graduation.
    So if you are asking that weather you can appear for MBA then answer is "NO"
    You need to complete your graduation with minimum 50% marks from a UGC recognised college/institute.

    Your Backlog makes your resume weak. Try to gain work ex of 1-2 year to gain extra points in MBA admission process and increase your chance.

    All the best

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    Re: Eligibility to pursue MBA without clearing graduation?

    DEAR,

    Without clearing graduation there are not eligibility to pursue MBA
    You should pursue your graduation from a recognized university
    Final year students who are graduating can apply.

    Wish you good luck.................

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    Re: Eligibility to pursue MBA without clearing graduation?

    hi,,

    You should try the more and more information

    You MBA studding then after you should have been apply it


    So you have following ways


    The MBA written Tests that you have to appear are:

    CAT- Minimum Eligibilty is Graduation pass with minimum 50% marks for general and OBC candidates and 50% marks for the SC/ST candidates.

    SNAP- This exam is conducted by Symbiosis, Minimum Eligibilty is Graduation pass with minimum 50% marks.

    XAT- Minimum Eligibilty is Graduation pass

    MAT- Minimum Eligibilty to apply is Graduation pass.This test is conducted by AIMA.

    that's it

    ALL THE BEST

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    Re: Eligibility to pursue MBA without clearing graduation?

    you can pursue an MBA but only after you clear your one remaining graduation subject. also keep in mind that your overall graduation percentage should be atleast 50% ( 45% for SC/SC candidates. some colleges keep this at 60% so pls do check once).

    the CAT exam tests your ability in the following sections :
    1. quantitative aptitude ( consists of mathematical topics such as profit/loss, permutation/combination, probability, averages etc. )
    2. logical reasoning
    3. data interpretation
    4. verbal section ( tests your command over the english language, vocabulary and its usage )

    there are other entrance exams as well - SNAP , XAT, CMAT, NMAT, IIFT, MAT. the syllabus remains more or less the same though the level and pattern may differ.
    in SNAP and IIFT there is a generak knowledge section whereas NMAT and XAT have a decision making section. XAT has an essay writing section too.

    all the best
    various coaching institutes provide consolidated material covering all the topics when you join the classes. in case you want to study on your own you can simply buy this material. a lot of question papers,tests etc are available online as well. there are many sites which are dedicated solely to providing material to MBA aspirants.

    all the best

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