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About Group Discussion & Interview Training

Most of our students who got GD/PI Calls from the B schools/companies in recent year converted their calls into final admissions.

Clearing the written tests of the best MBA institutes/ getting a job in an MNS is difficult. What with 190, 000 plus aspirants vying for the 3000 odd good B-schools seats!

Having crossed the first and presumably the most difficult step to securing an admission successfully, do not let all your efforts go up in smoke because you are inadequately prepared for the next two stages, viz. Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI). And it is not an exaggeration – There have been examples of CAT/JOB aspirants who got GD/PI calls from many places but did not convert even once of the calls. So, its time you got cracking

Group Discussion

A group discussion (GD) is a simulated exercise, where you cannot suddenly put up a show, since the evaluators will see through you easily. In this course you can find tips on GD and how to handle them to ensure a positive outcome. Group Discussion exercises are designed to test the candidate's ability to act as a leader and a team player. The other qualities exhibited in such exercises are clarity of thought process, the ability to think differently and the ability to lend direction. The preparation for the GD-PI at OXBRIDGE starts with providing basic tips on facing a GD Panel. The refresher course will be followed by Mock GDs. Adequate number of Mock GDs will be conducted to ensure that candidates gain confidence and overcome their misgivings. These Mock GDs will be followed by individual and group feedback sessions which will help the candidates to hone their skills and polish their performance.

Personal Interview

We all have to appear for many interviews in life. It could be to find a job or for a promotion, a change of a place or a special interview. Nothing works without it. An interview is an interview. You must plan and prepare yourself before the interview. You have to bring out the best in you during the interview.

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