When you're in a group discussion, more than the topic, it is the group of people who scare you. Right from the beginning, there is tug of war as to who will open the GD. And once the GD starts it turns into a fish market where people keep shouting, speaking over each other, and you just don’t know what's going on.
In all this madness, impressing the panel judges seems almost impossible. I have been in this situation so many times when I was appearing for my placements. But after being on the other side of the table and observing 100s of students in GD rounds, I have learnt some fundamental things you should follow to ace your group discussions.
In the video below, I have shared 5 tips that will help you crack your GD, avoid common blunders and swiftly move to the next round.
If you want to learn more about how to prepare for group discussions, what are the different types of GDs you can face, how should you incorporate frameworks in GD to generate new points, you can register for a free demo to my workshop. Here is the LINK.
Wishing you all the best for your career ahead! :)