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Sir i would like to take classes from you for quant.in cat preperation. I had a graduation background in biology but studied maths in class 11 and 12th (Read More)
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i have "word power made easy by norman lewis" does any other book needed for cat verbal ability and reading comprehension???
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Hi, Word power made easy will have very limited use. I would suggest you start reading English novels (not chetan bhagat types), watch English news, read English newspapers, etc. Whatever article you read in a newspaper, make it a point to write its summary without seeing the article again and then compare with the original article to see the points you have left out. This exercise is very good for RC. For grammar, you may refer to Wren and Martin and Dictionary of common errors. ... (read more)
Respected Sir/Madam, My name is Fayaz Rahman, Im a final year student in Automobile Engineering residing in Kerala, I am planning to crack the CAT Exam (Read More)
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Hi, If it your first job, then a work experience of 5 to 6 months will not increase your chances of getting into the IIMs. However, if you decide not to take up the job, then you might face questions as to why you do not have a job. You can't say that you left so that you can prepare for CAT. So, it is suggested that you take up the job offer. As for preparation, studying theory from books alone won't do it for you since you need to know a variety of tricks to solve problems asked in CAT (since time is of paramount importance). So, you need to know the short approaches and apply the... (read more)
I doing my final year bsc microbiology but badly i wanted to do MBA through CAT. Plzzz suggest how to prepare. Can i crack CAT exam..... Plz respond to (Read More)
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For basics, you need to review any 9th and 10th standard ICSE/ CBSE books which will cover major parts of arithmetic, algebra, and geometry and mensuration. Also refer to 11th and 12th standard ISC/ CBSE books for concepts on functions, coordinate geometry (straight lines), trigonometry (basics) and permutation combination probability. However, knowing only the basics will not help. You need to know the methods used to solve a question inside 2 mins, since that is, on an average, the time available to solve a question. For reasoning and data interpretation, you need to put in lots of practi... (read more)
Hello. I am a CAT aspirant. Is the syllabus for CAT same in all the years? Or will there be changes?
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Hi Jyothi. To the best of my knowledge, there is no official syllabus for CAT. Theoretically, they can ask anything that can be argued to fall under the terms "Quantitative Ability", "Verbal Ability", "Data Interpretation" or "Logical Reasoning". It is impossible (as well as unnecessary) to be 100% sure of covering all bases as far as the knowledge requirement of the exam goes. Your aim as an aspirant, is to cover as much as possible from topics that have been asked in the recent years. Any service provider, whether individual tutor or coaching center... (read more)
How to prepare for CAT?
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Hello sir, I am a BAMS doctor in government hospital, and I am going to appear for CAT 15. I have recently joined some classes for CAT but finding it (Read More)
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First of all, do not be scared. I repeat, do not be scared. I have taught at least 10 students from Medical background who are at one of the top business schools right now or have graduated. Finish your basics across all the chapters and do the Level of Difficulty 1 questions. Once you are done with them, segregate your topics into: 1) Strong hold. 2) Average hold 3) Weak hold. After you are done with this exercise, practice the Strong and Average topics from Level of Difficulty 2 and past year CAT papers. Now that you do not have enough time till CAT, I would advise you to focus on these t... (read more)
I am a medical student. And I want to prepare for CAT. For basic concepts which book I have to refer?
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For basics, you need to review any 9th and 10th standard ICSE/ CBSE books which will cover major parts of arithmetic, algebra, and geometry and mensuration. Also refer to 11th and 12th standard ISC/ CBSE books for concepts on functions, coordinate geometry (straight lines), trigonometry (basics) and permutation combination probability. Apart from these, you may refer to any standard CAT preparation book; the one by Nishit Sinha is good. ... (read more)