The Graduate Management Aptitude Test (GMAT) is preliminary the stepping-stone to get admission in your dream B-School and is nothing more than a ‘qualifier’. The real drill starts with writing the application letter, continues with writing the statement of purpose and ends with the interviews. A well-rounded focus on communication and behavioral abilities hold the key to converting aspirations into success stories.
The unique and personalized mock interviews provided by us prepare the students for the interviews. We also assist students with their SOP editing and application writing, so the students get into their dream B-Schools.
Once you’re inside the interview room, your personality is judged to see whether you’re a good fit for the institution.
To help you with this, we schedule personal interaction sessions with each student, in order to ensure that we can get a clearer picture of his/her personality and if need be, refine it.
Applications to B-Schools are prima facie representations of the candidate and are definitely the most important selection criteria at any B-School. Essays, Statements of Purpose and suchlike play a critical role in the overall selection process.
While it may be tempting to download some samples, shortlist one and tweak a few words here and there to make it seem original, it’s not advisable to do so. Through their years of experience, the selection panel will see through it and the dream of studying at your dream B-School will never materialize.
At Breakspace, there’s no room for plagiarism. We encourage our students to draft their essays under the watchful eyes of our expert mentors. Over the years, our students have always been able to impress the panelists with their essays.
Students often face difficulties in deciding which B-School to apply in/join. There are different parameters for B-School selection and the relative importance of different parameters varies from person to person. Students are guided through this decision keeping in mind their forte and future aspirations.
Different institutes have different criteria of evaluation during the Personal Interview round. We provide institute specific simulated personal interviews and personalized feedback so that students can give their best during the actual interviews.
This is the most important aspect as far as admission to a B-School is concerned because a poor interview ends the chances of a candidate making it to the B-School (despite a strong score) and is thereby, the cornerstone of our program.