Wednesday, 20 December 2017

Andrew Argue’s Next Level Firm Company Review & Testimonial

Posted by Narmeta Revanth
When you look at the next level firm review, it’s not just another guru trying to peddle knowledge. It’s the real deal. Andrew Argue has been helping entrepreneurial tax accountants and CPAs build their practice from the ground up through his next level program. You want a hyper-profitable business? You’ve just met the expert that’s going to take you there.

Reviews of Andrew Argue:

Any review of Andrew Argue that you find online is going to tell you one basic message: there’s no going back from being unsuccessful. It spreads like wildfire, and you gain a whole new understanding of what you were doing wrong, and what you have to do from this point onward to continue that success, and bring it all the way home. That’s what the next level firm review course is going to do for you.

  Andrew Argue’s Next Level Firm Company Review & Testimonial

Reviews of Andrew Argue and his services offer a bit of insight into the world of what it takes to be deemed an accounting superstar. There are steps that you just haven’t been taking to propel your accountant or CPA business into motion. Andrew has seen it all before, and it’s why he’s been able to help companies in over five countries become the authorities in the business. All roads lead back to Andrew Argue.

Why has Andrew Argue Been Successful?


Andrew Argue’s goal is to help your business become a hyper-profitable business. He has proven technique to help your business find blue-chip clients and keep these clients happy. During his teachings, he shows you his proven method on how to find and keep hyper-profitable clients and how to keep them for a long time. The goal of any business should be obtaining new, profitable clients and keeping them for a long time.

Andrew Argues offers everything from seminars to consulting to one-off meetings to help CPA and financial businesses. You can have him talk with your entire team or just sit-down with a few employees. You can contact him for free and see what he can do to help your business.

If you’re wondering what could be behind the magical doors of that course, there are a few things to keep in mind: nobody can say it better than Andrew. Even if someone else were to try, it would come out like gibberish. There’s something about how Andrew Argue teaches—with passion—and shows you the right way, the wrong way, and the higher road that you can ride all the way to an early retirement.
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Monday, 3 July 2017

Complete Details on NMAT Cut Off 2017

Posted by Narmeta Revanth
NMAT-Cut-off

Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test (NMAT) is conducted by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). It will be held between October- December 2017. 
  • Registration for NMAT 2017 will commence from July 04, 2017. 
  • Results for the same will be declared in January 2018. 
  • NMAT Cut off will be declared soon after window-wise results are declared. 
  • GMAC is the responsible body for deciding the cut-off for NMAT. 
  • Candidates are advised to check their aggregate score and percentile obtained in score card before checking the cutoff.
NMAT Cut Off Important Points:

NMAT Cut off will be released course wise and category wise for each college. The overall cut off for NMAT for 2017 was around 208-210.

  • Cut off shall be available at the official website of respective institutes. 
  • Candidates are required to score minimum cut-off marks to be eligible for admission into the respective institute. 
  • Seats will be allotted to candidates strictly based on merit. Different factors are considered for preparing the composite merit list and the same has been tabulated below:
NMAT Score
70%
Group Discussion (GD)
10%
Personal Interview
10%
Academic Performance
5%
Work Experience
5%
Candidates are shortlisted based on their performance in NMAT which is followed by Group Discussion and Personal Interview. This process varies institute-wise.

NMAT Expected Cut Off :
NMAT cut off has been quite regular over the years and it is dependent on the following factors:

  1. Previous years’ cut off 
  2. Number of applications received 
  3. Number of candidates who appeared for the exam 
  4. Available seats 
  5. Difficulty level of the exam. 

  • NMAT 2017 was of a total of 360 marks comprising 120 questions and the cut off ranged between 208-210. 
  • Apart from this, an individual cut off for 3 sections had to be cleared. 
Sectional cut off for NMIMS has been tabulated below:


NMIMS Campus
Quantitative Techniques
Logical Reasoning
Language Skills
Hyderabad
60
50
50
Bangalore
60
50
50
Mumbai
65
55
50

NMAT Cut Off 2016:

NMIMS offers various full-time programs of 2 years duration. NMIMS 2016 section wise cutoff and course wise cutoff is indicated in the table below.
·  Full-time MBA Program/ MBA Banking/ MBA Capital Market/ MBA HR
Cut off for full time MBA Program, MBA banking, MBA capital market and MBA HR is mentioned below. Candidates must score 208 out of 360 along with 3 sectional cut offs in order to be eligible to seek admission.
Sectional Cut off 
Overall Cut off
Language Skills (96)
Quantitative Techniques (144)
Logical Reasoning (120)
(360)
55
74
61
208
· Full Time MBA Pharmaceutical Management
The sectional and overall NMAT cut off for Full-Time MBA Pharmaceutical Management course has been mentioned below. Candidates must score 169 out of 360 along with 3 sectional cut-offs in order to be eligible to seek admission. 
Sectional Cut off 
Overall Cut off
Language Skills (96)
Quantitative Techniques (144)
Logical Reasoning (120)
(360)
50
50
50
169

· PGDM Bangalore and Hyderabad Campus
The sectional and overall NMAT cut off for PGDM Bangalore and Hyderabad Campus has been tabulated below. A candidate should score a minimum of 200 marks out of 360, along with complying with the 3 sectional cut offs, to be able to seek admission.
Sectional Cut off 
Overall Cut off
Language Skills (96)
Quantitative Techniques (144)
Logical Reasoning (120)
(360)
55
70
55
200










NMAT Cut Off 2015:

The cut off for NMAT 2015 was quite similar to that of 2016 and has not experienced much change. NMAT cut off for 2015 for different courses is as follows:
· Full-time MBA Program/ MBA Banking/ MBA Capital Market/ MBA HR
Cut off for full time MBA Program, MBA banking, MBA capital market and MBA HR is mentioned below. Candidates must score 208 out of 360 along with 3 sectional cut offs in order to be eligible to seek admission.
Sectional Cut off 
Overall Cut off
Language Skills (96)
Quantitative Techniques (144)
Logical Reasoning (120)
(360)
55
74
61
208

· Full Time MBA Pharmaceutical Management
The sectional and overall NMAT cut off for Full-Time MBA Pharmaceutical Management course has been mentioned below. Candidates must score 169 out of 360 along with 3 sectional cut offs in order to be eligible to seek admission. 
Sectional Cut off 
Overall Cut off
Language Skills (96)
Quantitative Techniques (144)
Logical Reasoning (120)
(360)
50
50
50
169

· PGDM Bangalore and Hyderabad Campus 
The sectional and overall NMAT cut off for PGDM Bangalore and Hyderabad Campus has been tabulated below. A candidate should score a minimum of 200 marks out of 360, along with complying with the 3 sectional cut offs, to be able to seek admission.
Sectional Cut off 
Overall Cut off
Language Skills (96)
Quantitative Techniques (144)
Logical Reasoning (120)
(360)
55
70
55
200











NMAT Cut Off 2014:

The cut off for NMAT 2014 was quite similar to that of 2015 and 2016 and has not experienced much change. NMAT cut off for 2014 for different courses is as follows:
· Full time MBA Program/ MBA Banking/ MBA Capital Market/ MBA HR
Cut off for full time MBA Program, MBA banking, MBA capital market and MBA HR is mentioned below. Candidates must score 208 out of 360 along with 3 sectional cut offs in order to be eligible to seek admission.
Sectional Cut off 
Overall Cut off
Language Skills (96)
Quantitative Techniques (144)
Logical Reasoning (120)
(360)
55
74
61
208

· Full Time MBA Pharmaceutical Management
The sectional and overall NMAT cut off for Full-Time MBA Pharmaceutical Management course has been mentioned below. Candidates must score 169 out of 360 along with 3 sectional cut offs in order to be eligible to seek admission. 
Sectional Cut off 
Overall Cut off
Language Skills (96)
Quantitative Techniques (144)
Logical Reasoning (120)
(360)
50
50
50
169

· PGDM Bangalore and Hyderabad Campus
The sectional and overall NMAT cut off for PGDM Bangalore and Hyderabad Campus has been tabulated below. A candidate should score a minimum of 200 marks out of 360, along with complying with the 3 sectional cut offs, to be able to seek admission.
Sectional Cut off 
Overall Cut off
Language Skills (96)
Quantitative Techniques (144)
Logical Reasoning (120)
(360)
55
70
55
200













Colleges Accepting NMAT Results:

Following are the various colleges that accept NMAT score to admit students to their various MBA Programs:
  1. SVKM’s Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies
  2. ICFAI Business School (IBS)
  3. Alliance University
  4. SRM University
  5. BML Munjal University
  6. VIT University
  7. Ansal University
  8. Mody University
  9. Shoolni University
  10. Thapar School of Management
  11. Woxsen School of Business Management
  12. Amity University
  13. Chitkara University
  14. University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES)
  15. Hyderabad Business School, GITAM University
  16. Institute of Management Studies, JK University, Jaipur
  17. Shiv Nadar University
  18. GITAM School of International Business, Visakhapatnam
  19. MISB Bocconi, Mumbai
  20. Xavier University, Bhubaneswar
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