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    Can i do B.Sc after 12th with 53.6%? Which is better after B.Sc between MBA and CAT?

    what i will do after 12 with 53.6%.can i do b.sc(it)and after b.sc which is better mba or cat with lot of opportunities of government jobs.

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    Re: Can i do B.Sc after 12th with 53.6%? Which is better after B.Sc between MBA and CAT?

    Hello dude!

    Frankly speaking you have very less percentage(53.6%) in the 12th standard and so it is better if you choose to to go for B.Sc and then pursue M.B.A.As per the questions you have asked i think you are thinking that CAT is a separate course like M.BA but that is not true friend,CAT is a an Exam that provide admissions for the candidates into BUSINESS SCHOOLS and IIM's who have successfully cleared the exam.

    In recent days it is better if you choose to go for higher studies,so don't stop your studies after you complete studying B.Sc.There will be very large opportunities after you complete M.B.A in both the government sector and private sector.So it is better if you choose M.B.A.

    But if you study B.Sc as you did in the 12th standard then there will not be any value for the degree.So try to work hard from the starting days and concentrate on the areas where you find it difficult.Also try to maintain above 70% percentage from the starting exams and also you need to write the competitive exams for getting admission into the colleges for pursuing M.B.A.So work hard from the first and concentrate on all the subjects and even aptitude and reasoning.

    Surely you will find many opportunities if you pass M.B.A with a good percentage companies because there is a lot of demand for M.B.A in recent days.

    HOPE THE INFORMATION HELPED YOU AND ALL THE BEST.
    TAKE CARE & KEEP SMILING

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