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ISB MBA Admission Helpful hints – GMAT, Essays and Work deadlines

ISB MBA Admission Helpful hints – GMAT, Essays and Work deadlines

Admissions for that School of 2013 at Indian native High school of economic(ISB), Hyderabad, come in total golf swing. Whilst the Circular 1 (R1) deadline has actually been declared as Sept 15, 2011, the R2 due date is two together with a one half weeks in the future. Foremost, the commonly-questioned problem – “Should I submit an application in R1 or R2?” The solution to this question is absolutely uncomplicated. In case you are well prepared together with the use in R1, then put on now.find out Although, for anybody who is not (require more time for GMAT / written documents not constantly in place/wishing a promo shortly) then by all means lose time waiting for R2. For everybody who is a very good aspirant, you will definitely get using in R1 or R2 inspite of if you administer. Quite often, job hopefuls usually speed their application (make the GMAT a whole lot of earlier than as soon as they would be prepared for it/ hand in the essays ahead of investing in a sufficient amount of consideration in it) within a pursuit to whip the R1 due date. They feel that the ‘profile’ will ultimately glimmer via. This will be a blunder. Keep in mind, your summary is not just made of information regarding your academics along with your work experience. It offers other crucial features a little too – your GMAT scores, your essays, and the tips.

How crucial stands out as the GMAT scores? Your GMAT report is really a very important determinant inside evaluation of your all in all educational description.

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Blackburn Schools Cross Country Championships

A pretty awful day it was for this years Blackburn Schools Cross Country Championships, held at Witton Park on Saturday December 5th

Seven Races at the Championships and Blackburn Harriers provided nearly twenty of the runners competing on the day – four winners and one runner up including a 1 – 2 – 3 in the Boys Year 8/9 Race – as well as a number of other Club members featuring in the Races. Names of a number of runners are not included in the Results, among which are some Blackburn Harriers.

Full Results HERE

Harvey Ashworth was the winner of the Boys Year 7 Race (QEGS) with George Whittaker in 6th place (St.Wilfred’s).

Matt Ramsden (St Bede’s) led a one, two, three trio of Blackburn Harriers in the Year 8/9 Boys race winning it from Leon Thomas in 2nd (St.Wilfred’s) and Charlie Obank (QEGS) in 3rd place. Jimmy Walpole came in 7th (DACA).

It was a great finish in the home straight in the Year 10/11 Boys with Zak Hargreaves (DACA) just losing out on the finish line to Kacper Gluc after a real sprint battle between the two lads. Nick Smith (St.Wilfred’s) finished in 4th place.


First off in the Girls Races (Year 7) was new member Caiden Hesketh who finished 3rd (St Bede’s) with Judie Hoole 4th (Darwen Vale), Christie Sturgess 6th (Westholme), Millie McKee 9th (DACA) and Katie Lord 12th (St. Wilfred’s).

In the Year 8/9 Girls Races Amy Davies was the clear winner with Anna Lonsdale 4th (Westholme). The names of the other girls in the Race are not known at this stage.


Maddie Elliott was the winner of the Year 10/11 Girls Race helping St Bede’s to win the Team race, emulating the Year 8/9 St Bede’s Girls who also won the Team. In 2nd place was Chloe Bleeks (Witton).