taking interviews these days and was sharing his experience of facing
AeSI graduates in these interviews.
All AeSI graduates, he mentioned, were proud of AeSI and confident in
the fact that they are better in the fundamentals.
But that's not the point. You have to be confident in the fundamentals
rather than confidant of the fact that you are better than regular
Your strength as AeSI graduate is the fundamentals. You don't have the
marks that regular college graduates can show. Your 65% is no match to
90% that they can bring.
What separates you from others is your fundamentals? Make them strong.
Show them in the interviews.
If you are in propulsion, never falter at question "what is bypass
ratio?" or on entropy.
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