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Deeksha Gautam, Hindustan Times
Mumbai, January 13, 2013
More than 400 aspirants of the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) attended a workshop organised by the Hindustan Times in association with Chitale’s Personalised Learning Centre (CPLC) on Saturday. The three-hour long workshop, at the St Andrew’s auditorium, Bandra was the first of a series of three workshops to help aspirants streamline their strategy for the next session of the CMAT in February.

All-India rank holders of the September 2012 CMAT shared their advice with aspirants. Ten CPLC alumni, who are now studying in reputed MBA colleges also answered queries of students. Most toppers advised aspirants to analyse mock tests well and spend time to analysing their mistakes.

“I’ve always wondered about the strategy used by those who crack the exam. This was a great platform to interact with toppers and know what tactics they used,” said Karishma Seth, who is scheduled to take the CMAT exam in February.

At the workshop, faculty members of CPLC also cleared students’ doubts.

Also present was Kaustubh Dhargalkar, faculty of Business Design, Welingkar Institute of Management Research and Development, who gave an insight into the industry’s requirement from a management graduate. Dhargalkar also gave tips on how to perform better during group-discussion and personal interview.