MIM-31’s Overseas Corporate Visitation to Silicon Valley and Monterey, U.S.A. during April 22 - 30, 2018.

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FACTS ABOUT TBS EXAM:
19/12/2014
FACTS ABOUT TBS EXAM: 
The MIM Program has been asked rather often about the TBS Exam such as: what it is; where to apply for; or how the exam questions look like. Here, we would like to share with you the facts about the TBS Exam.  Please see below some of the most asked questions regarding the TBS Exam.
1)  What is the TBS Exam?
TBS Exam, or "Thammasat Business School Exam", stands for "Thammasat Business School's International Graduate Program Admission Test" is designed by the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University which is widely known as Thammasat Business School.  The objective of the TBS Exam is to be used as one of the criteria in assessing candidates' abilities in Quantitative knowledge.  
2)  Who will need to take the TBS Exam?
Candidates for the MIM Program who have no other Quantitative scores (neither GMAT nor SMART-II) can take the TBS Exam instead.  If you look into the qualifications of MIM candidates you will see that one of the admission requirements is a "Quantitative score" which can be from GMAT or SMART-II (in Thai) or TBS Exam.
3)  If I already have SMART-II score and/or GMAT score, do I need to take TBS Exam again?
If your scores for SMART-II and/or GMAT is still valid (SMART-II not older than two years and score within the range required; GMAT not older than five years but no minimum score required), then you need not take the TBS Exam.  However, if you feel you would like to test your ability in doing the TBS Exam you are welcome to do so.  We found that it is common for MIM candidates to take the TBS Exam although they have already possessed SMART-II score or GMAT score.  The MIM Program will select the only best one of your scores to be used in the recruitment process.
4)  If I am going to take the TBS Exam, what shall I do next?
Every MIM applicant who has completely submitted the MIM application are automatically entitled to take the TBS Exam.  No need to apply for it separately.  Your name will appear in the list of candidates taking the TBS Exam (which is to be announced by the Graduate Studies Office at a later date).  The TBS Exam this year will be held on Saturday, January 24, 2015 (approx time during 09:00-12:00 hrs but exact time is to be notified), at Thammasat Business School's building, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus.  Rooms used for the exam and your Seat Number will be announced later via the MIM's website and also the Graduate Studies' website.  Just make sure that you arrive at the exam room in time!
5)  How does the TBS Exam look like?
In simple words, the TBS Exam is designed to test your ability to work with numbers.  It will be dealing with the basic principles of arithmetic, algebra, and geometry which might require straight calculation.  Some exam questions may involve the interpretation of tables and graphs.  All questions will be in multiple-choice form.  There are most likely 25-30 exam questions in the set to be done in 1 or 1.5 hours.  You are to prepare a 2B pencil (and an eraser) for doing the TBS Exam.
6)  Where can I get the sample questions of the TBS Exam?
Once you have applied for the MIM Program, our admission team will send you (by mail) sample questions of the TBS Exam at the mailing address appeared on your application form.  This should take only a few days after your application was submitted.  If you think it has been too long e.g. you have not received it after a week has passed then please feel free to let us know (via e-mail or phone).  We will see to that for you as soon as possible.  Alternatively, you may wish to look at the Problem Solving part of a GMAT test, the TBS Exam will be similar to questions in that particular part.
We wish you all Good Luck in doing the TBS Exam.
The MIM Program has been asked rather often about the TBS Exam such as: what it is; where to apply for; or how the exam questions look like. Here, we would like to share with you the facts about the TBS Exam.  Please see below some of the most asked questions regarding the TBS Exam.

1)  What is the TBS Exam?
TBS Exam, or "Thammasat Business School Exam", stands for "Thammasat Business School's International Graduate Program Admission Test" is designed by the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University which is widely known as Thammasat Business School.  The objective of the TBS Exam is to be used as one of the criteria in assessing candidates' abilities in Quantitative knowledge.  

2)  Who will need to take the TBS Exam?
Candidates for the MIM Program who have no other Quantitative scores (neither GMAT nor SMART-II) can take the TBS Exam instead.  If you look into the qualifications of MIM candidates you will see that one of the admission requirements is a "Quantitative score" which can be from GMAT or SMART-II (in Thai) or TBS Exam.

3)  If I already have SMART-II score and/or GMAT score, do I need to take TBS Exam again?
If your scores for SMART-II and/or GMAT is still valid (SMART-II not older than two years and score within the range required; GMAT not older than five years but no minimum score required), then you need not take the TBS Exam.  However, if you feel you would like to test your ability in doing the TBS Exam you are welcome to do so.  We found that it is common for MIM candidates to take the TBS Exam although they have already possessed SMART-II score or GMAT score.  The MIM Program will select the only best one of your scores to be used in the recruitment process.

4)  If I am going to take the TBS Exam, what shall I do next?
Every MIM applicant who has completely submitted the MIM application are automatically entitled to take the TBS Exam.  No need to apply for it separately.  Your name will appear in the list of candidates taking the TBS Exam (which is to be announced by the Graduate Studies Office at a later date).  The TBS Exam this year will be held on Saturday, January 24, 2015 (approx time during 09:00-12:00 hrs but exact time is to be notified), at Thammasat Business School's building, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus.  Rooms used for the exam and your Seat Number will be announced later via the MIM's website and also the Graduate Studies' website.  Just make sure that you arrive at the exam room in time!

5)  How does the TBS Exam look like?
In simple words, the TBS Exam is designed to test your ability to work with numbers.  It will be dealing with the basic principles of arithmetic, algebra, and geometry which might require straight calculation.  Some exam questions may involve the interpretation of tables and graphs.  All questions will be in multiple-choice form.  There are most likely 25-30 exam questions in the set to be done in 1 or 1.5 hours.  You are to prepare a 2B pencil (and an eraser) for doing the TBS Exam.

6)  Where can I get the sample questions of the TBS Exam?
Once you have applied for the MIM Program, our admission team will send you (by mail) sample questions of the TBS Exam at the mailing address appeared on your application form.  This should take only a few days after your application was submitted.  If you think it has been too long e.g. you have not received it after a week has passed then please feel free to let us know (via e-mail or phone).  We will see to that for you as soon as possible.  Alternatively, you may wish to look at the Problem Solving part of a GMAT test, the TBS Exam will be similar to questions in that particular part.

We wish you all Good Luck in doing the TBS Exam.
NEXT ROUND OF TU-GET (EXAM ON DECEMBER 21, 2014)
08/12/2014
We wish to inform you that if you need to have a proof of the English Proficiency score to be used in the MIM application submission then the next round of TU-GET (Thammasat University General English Test) may be useful for you.
Details of TU-GET this round are:
    TU-GET Application Period:  December 1-15, 2014
    TU-GET Test Date:                December 21, 2014
Applying for the TU-GET will be done online through the Language Institute's website (click here) or call tel: 02 613 3101-3 or 02 221 6111 ext 3101-4.
We wish to inform you that if you need to have a proof of the English Proficiency score to be used in the MIM application submission then the next round of TU-GET (Thammasat University General English Test) may be useful for you.

Details of TU-GET this round are:
    TU-GET Application Period:  December 1-15, 2014
    TU-GET Test Date:                  December 21, 2014

Applying for the TU-GET will be done online through the Language Institute's website (click here) or call tel: 02 613 3101-3 or 02 221 6111 ext 3101-4.
Preparing Yourself to Take the TBS Exam
27/11/2014
Preparing Yourself to Take the TBS Exam
MIM applicants who still have no score of the Quantitative Part and want to take the TBS Exam on Sunday, January 24, 2015 then please read carefully:
TBS Exam (Thammasat Business School's International Graduate Program Admission Test) is designed to test your ability to work with numbers.  There are a variety of questions in the exam dealing with the basic principles of arithmetic, algebra, and geometry.  These questions may take the form of word problems or require straight calculation.  In addition, questions involving the interpretation of tables and graphs may be included.  The questions will be in multiple-choice format and you are to choose only one best answer for each question.  In other word, you can look into the Problem Solving Part of a GMAT exam, our TBS Exam will be similar to that.
For your information, the TBS Exam will be conducted at the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy building, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus.  Exact timing and rooms used for the TBS Exam will be announced through the MIM website and Graduate Studies website at a later date. 
The TBS Exam for MIM applicants will normally consist of approx 25-30 multiple-choice questions to be done in 1.0 or 1.5 hours approximately.
MIM applicants who still have no score of the Quantitative Part and want to take the TBS Exam on Sunday, January 24, 2015 then please read carefully:

TBS Exam (Thammasat Business School's International Graduate Program Admission Test) is designed to test your ability to work with numbers.  There are a variety of questions in the exam dealing with the basic principles of arithmetic, algebra, and geometry.  These questions may take the form of word problems or require straight calculation.  In addition, questions involving the interpretation of tables and graphs may be included.  The questions will be in multiple-choice format and you are to choose only one best answer for each question.  In other word, you can look into the Problem Solving Part of a GMAT exam, our TBS Exam will be similar to that.

For your information, the TBS Exam will be conducted at the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy building, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus.  Exact timing and rooms used for the TBS Exam will be announced through the MIM website and Graduate Studies website at a later date. 

The TBS Exam for MIM applicants will normally consist of approx 25-30 multiple-choice questions to be done in 1.0 or 1.5 hours approximately.
Venue for the second MIM Open House: "MIM Insider Talk 2015" on December 14, 2014
13/11/2014
Venue for the second MIM Open House: "MIM Insider Talk 2015" on December 14, 2014
The "MIM Insider Talk 2015" will be the final chance this year for those who wanted to know what the TBS Exam on January 24, 2015 will look like; how to get accepted into the program; and what the program has in store for its students during the two-year study, etc.  If you are curious to know then join the above event at:
Venue:                    Hotel Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit
Function rooms:    Ballroom 1&2, 7th Floor
Hotel address:       189 Sukhumvit Road (between Soi 13-15)
                                 Klongtoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Hotel phone:          02-126-9999
Nearest BTS:         A-soke or Nana
If you want a route map to the hotel, please click here.
The "MIM Insider Talk 2015" will be the final chance this year for those who wanted to know what the TBS Exam on January 24, 2015 will look like; how to get accepted into the program; and what the program has in store for its students during the two-year study, etc.  If you are curious to know then join the above event at:

Venue:                  Hotel Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit
Function rooms: Ballroom 1&2, 7th Floor
Hotel address:    189 Sukhumvit Road (between Soi 13-15) Klongtoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Hotel phone:        02-126-9999
Nearest BTS:      A-soke or Nana

If you want a route map to the hotel, please click here.

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