Meet ‘Perfect Girl’ Chhavi Gupta, who scored 100 percentile in CAT- Is she next CEO of Google?

Chhavi Gupta took everyone by surprise by cracking the Common Admission Test in her first attempt with 100%

It is true that very few people discover their purpose in life. That too many of them late. The purpose of life is not only to satisfy the self but also families, organizations and the country. Shhavi falls in the same bracket. She proved that anything is possible in this world by hard work. The goal that she set was specific, achievable, realistic and time-bound.

The 24-year-old girl has done something great which is worth applauding. She took everyone by surprise by cracking the Common Admission Test in her first attempt. What really makes her achievement more appealing is that she had accomplished it by scoring a 100 percentile. She is now an inspiration to thousands of aspiring minds who are working hard to crack the exam.

Chavvi Gupta (Credits: Facebook)

Majority of the students give absolutely everything to prepare for the Common Admission Test (CAT) with an aim to get into the top management colleges. It takes years of hard work to prepare for the exam. Chhavi Gupta was well organized and decisive in her approach. It is not easy to crack the CAT but Chhavi made it look so.

Hailing from Delhi, Chhavi Gupta completed her dual degree in Biotechnology engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. She prefers to pursue management from Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. She is currently working at Opera Solutions which is based out of Noida.

According to the Business Standard, Chhavi said, “I’m pinning my hopes on IIM-Ahmedabad and I’m really looking forward to the interviews. All IIMs have a common curriculum for the first year and in the second year, one has to choose the specialisation. I haven’t thought of it yet and will make my choice then only.”

Chhavi Gupta carved out a niche for herself by becoming one of the only two female candidates who scored 100 percentile. Chhavi was really pleased that the family backed her through and through. While speaking with the Hindustan Times, she said, “If boys are studying, and I have seen this amongst some of my distant relatives, they will not disturb them.

But a girl would still be asked to help out with household chores. Two, the priorities for many parents is to get the daughter married off after her graduation and so not many women really attempt the post-graduate level entrance exams. Thankfully, I had a family that supported me 100 percent.”

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