February 17 is when one can finally be sure that the efforts for securing an admission to any one of the Top 10 ranked B-schools have come to a stage where only GD / PI are the only hurdles left.
For those who were not able to either appear or do really well in the national-level MBA entrance tests viz CAT, XAT, ATMA or MAT; this is the last chance to qualify for the likes of Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies(JBIMS) and K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research (KJSIMSR).
The Maharashtra CET 2008 is a crucial moment for most MBA aspirants throughout India. Beyond February 17, it will only be MAT in May that may be of some help, however, this excludes all the top 20 MBA programmes in India.
So, it is high time you fasten your seatbelt for the February 17 challenge. For those who are looking at this option very seriously, experts from TCYonline.com in association with rediff.com publish this mock CET. Take the test and formulate a Plan B (and C) of an ideal method to crack the actual challenge.
Top Careers & You (www.TCYonline.com) has been preparing national and international candidates for high-end tests viz. CAT, XAT, FMS, SNAP, GRE, GMAT, SAT etc. since 1998.