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  TIP OF THE DAY  
 
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In DS, remember if the question asks for numerical value, then the question is answerable if the statement/statements provide data sufficient to arrive at that unique numerical value and not at a group of values.
 
Steer clear of controversial topics during your personal interview. Avoid strong statements on religious, political or any taboo topics.
 
In a typical GD, if you don't have much data on the topic under discussion, don't panic. Listen to other participants' points and build up on them or paraphrase (with some additions) what they have already said.
 
Show your CV to peers, or seniors/superiors for comments before finalising the same. It helps to get a second opinion.
 
It is better to have an overall look at the complete paper, understand the difficulty level of each section and then attempt the questions, which you feel are easy. This will take you close to the cut-off's.
 
Even minor errors in your CV create a bad impression. Make sure you carefully proof-read your CV. Also, run a spell check using commonly available software.
 
For candidates with work-experience, interview questions about their company test depth of knowledge and understanding of their immediate environment. This is a necessary trait B-schools look for, in aspiring managers. Hence it is important that you know the basic information about your current profile and the company in general.
 
Be prepared for the fact that the interview panel may not agree with opinions that you present to them. Be prepared to defend your point of view politely, but firmly.
 
In questions on Percentages, Profit and Loss and Interest, assume values like 100 instead of variables like x. This will increase your calculation speed.
 
Identify your key strengths, and make sure that your bio-data reflects these strengths.
 
In your Personal interview, you may be asked a lot of questions about your current place of work. It helps to have all the details you can lay your hands on and be prepared for any question about your company.
 
Keep your biodata as concise as possible. Your main selling points should not be lost in a mass of data.
 
A natural number n is a perfect number, if the sum of all the divisors of n (including n) is equal to 2n. For example, 28 is a perfect number as its divisors (1, 2, 4, 7, 14, 28) add up to 56.
 
Do not shift focus if it appears that a panelist or the panel is not paying attention to your answers. Keep doing your job as best as you can.
 
The difference between any number and the number obtained by reversing its digits is always divisible by 9.
 
Once you have taken a stand on a topic during a group discussion, do not change it unless there are strong reasons for you to do so.
 
If the sum of two positive quantities is given, their product is greatest when they are equal; and if the product of two positive quantities is given, their sum is least when they are equal.
 
When articulating a stand on any topic, be aware of the points that may be used by people taking an opposing stand. Think of how to rebut those points.
 
Questions on Harmonic Progression can be solved by inverting the terms, and making use of the properties of the corresponding Arithmetic Progression.
 
If you are completely unsure of what stand to take in a group discussion, listen to the points made by the first two-three speakers, and then contribute points for or against, without committing to a stand.
 
 
 
 
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