Six from city ace CAT exam, aim for IIMs – Times of India

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Ludhiana: The nation-wide results for the Common Admission Test (CAT), for admissions to the Indian Institutes of Management (IIM) were declared on Saturday. Six students from the city scored over 98 percentile marks and made their parents proud. Akshit Garg (21) managed to secure 99.58 percentile marks and is one among the top scorers from the city. Other toppers who scored 99-plus percentile marks are Ishan Singal (99.13), Shivam Singla (99.10), Vaibhav Singla (98.55), Kashish Garg (98.10) and Angad Loomba (98.48). Speaking after the results, Akshit said he had been preparing for the CAT for the last two years. I worked very hard to ace the test. I took coaching to crack the exam which helped me a lot, he said. He added that he cracked all the mock papers, and listed out all his weak points, which helped him excel. Akshit said that his success can be attributed to his teachers and parents who always supported him to take the right path. His father is a trader while is mother is a homemaker. Akshit aims to study at IIM Lucknow in order to hone his business skills to be able to start his own venture at later stages. Ishan, a resident of Pakhowal Road, managed to crack the CAT by scoring 99.13 percentile marks. A commerce graduate from Delhi University, Ishan plans to take admission in IIM Lucknow. He wants to pursue MBA in marketing. Shivam Singla who scored 99.10 percentile marks aims to become a finance consultant. I think to crack the CAT exam there is no need to study for 6 hours in a day, as one who study with dedication for three to four hours and can score good marks, he said. Sucess mantras of toppers Akshit Garg, 99.58 percentile A BCom student from Sri Aurobindo College of Commerce and Management Mantra: It was my second attempt. In the first attempt, I scored 95.13 percentile marks. My main focus was to crack mocks and ensure my graph goes up. Practice will always make you better Parents Rajesh Garg, trader and Sonia Garg, housewife Ishan Singal, 99.13 percentile A BCom graduate from Kirori Mal College, University Of Delhi Parents Ashok Singal, businessman and Sunita Singal, entreprenuer Mantra- Consistency is the formula to crack CAT and 6 hours of daily practice is needed Shivam Singla, 99.10 percentile A BCom graduate from Sri Aurobindo College of Commerce and Management Parents Sanjeev Singla, businessman and Sonia Singla, homemaker Mantra- Be confident while writing the exam. Focus on mock tests, as itll go a long way

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