Does my graduation marks matter in MBA Placements?

Does my graduation marks matter in MBA Placements?

Graduation marks don’t matter in the placement of MBA. Graduation marks don’t matter in the placement of MBA. Few companies come with their eligibility criteria but almost companies bother about MBA marks and they mainly give their focus on interview. It depends upon you how smartly you are able to give the answers.

Does 10 12 Marks matter in MBA Placements?

Yes, having a good 10 th /12 th score is very important to get yourself admitted into a good B-School to pursue your MBA. Leading B-Schools such as IIMs give a weightage of 40\% to academics. A percentage of around 80\% is the minimum criteria in academics for top 5 IIMs.

Does 12th Marks matter for getting a job in MBA?

Your 12th percentage marks only matter for whether you are shortlisted by a company for interviews or not. Once shortlisted, it depends on how you defend your weakness. During my MBA program, I was one of the students who handled placements. We used to bring recruiters on campus, negotiate CTCs and conduct the placement drives.

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Do Indian MBA applicants care about their academic grades during graduation?

With a great deal of significance that Indian MBA applicants seem to attach to their GMAT scores, many don’t bother much about their academic grades (GPA, Percentage) during graduation.

What is the minimum marks required to get an MBA?

For MBA placements usually your 1st year marks, internship and your soft skills are what matters. usually many a times companies might ask for 60\% over all in academics. According to me it is depend on company and their policies most of the company set some criteria like 10th , 12th and graduation through 60\% marks.

Does 12th grade marks matter in getting into a B-school?

Yes, it does. Many companies shortlist based on the marks in 10th, 12th, undergrad and semester marks (or Trimester) in the B School. But if you get into a good B School, then after doing well during the MBA/PGDM course, your 12th grade marks gets buried under achievements. So work hard.