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CAT Quant & Data Interpretation Comprehensive Course

QA and DI CATBeginner
Duration: 20 weeks
Total Hours: 40 Hours
No. of Sessions: 20
Course Number: AT106-0519
About Course:
CAT is a tough exam and you need to train your brain for it.
The key to success is training your mind to think differently. Get acquainted with both the content and the length of the test. CAT is not rocket science, it just requires a lot of discipline.

CAT is a very logical exam and if you are good with logic you should be able to do reasonably well. The challenge is not to master all concepts, or to do all problems correctly; the challenge is to maximize the score.

This 40 hrs Quant session are designed with an objective in mind to clear the basic and advanced concepts tested in Quant section of CAT. Students will get sufficient practice on different problems on each easy, medium and difficult level through pre and post session quiz for each session. Students will take a number of online mock tests along with this course. The test will be rigorously analysed to give you guidance and feedback.

All the notes in form of presentations/PDF will be shared with students at the end of each session.

Special Features
• One to one classes
• Sessions Customized to particular students need
• Convenient timing
• At comfort of your place
• Sufficient Practice
• Doubt clearing session
• More focus on concepts
Topic Covered
  1. Arithmetic - Number properties - 1
  2. Arithmetic - Number properties - 2
  3. Arithmetic - Fractions, Decimals, & Percents - 1
  4. Arithmetic - Fractions, Decimals, & Percents - 2
  5. Algebra - Equations and Inequalities - 1
  6. Algebra - Equations and Inequalities - 2
  7. Word Problems - 1
  8. Word Problems - 2
  9. Statistics and Sets - 1

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Who should Take this Course:
Those attempting the CAT exam 2013 September-October

CAT LR Complete Course

LR CATBeginner
Duration: 10 weeks
Total Hours: 20 Hours
No. of Sessions: 10
Course Number: AT106-1503
About Course:
The Logical Reasoning section is one part of the Verbal ability section. Adequate practice of this section can get you some quick points on the CAT.

A typical 30 question section of verbal comprises of:
1. Reading Comprehension: 9-10 questions
2. Logical Reasoning: 9-10 questions
3. Other Verbal questions: 10-11 questions : This section includes components such as sentence Rearrangement, Sentence Correction, Paragraph Completion, Verbal-based reasoning and Critical Reasoning.
Topic Covered
  1. Introduction to Logical reasoning- Bar graph, pie charts, tables etc.
  2. Use of Percentages and Ratio in solving LR questions
  3. Seating arrangement questions and table filling.
  4. Practise questions -Different constructs
  5. Concept of averages and its application in LR Q's
  6. Linking data sets to tables and charts.
  7. Practise
  8. GAME point questions
  9. Decision making from XAT and extra questions from SNAP

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Who should Take this Course:
Students attempting the CAT, XAT and other aptitude tests for MBA entrance.

CAT VA Complete Course

VA CATBeginner
Duration: 20 weeks
Total Hours: 40 Hours
No. of Sessions: 20
Course Number: AT106-1504
About Course:
The verbal section is probably a section which students are most wary of normally and in fact this is the only section which proves to be their nemesis.

Since their graduation courses are not designed for preparation of this section and it's a new domain considering that most after 12th exams do not revisit the same concepts, it becomes a little difficult. This section is supposed to be the most difficult one to prepare for. In fact, unless one has some amount of grounding in grammar, and a sizeable vocabulary (which you can build only from extensive reading), this area can turn out to be your biggest CAT hurdle.
Topic Covered
  1. Orientation to CAT Verbal Section
  2. Basic Vocab, usage & Root Words
  3. GRAMMAR-1 (Subject Verb agreement)
  4. Grammar-2 Pronoun antecedent error
  5. Reading Comprehension-Active reading & Structure
  6. RC-2 Types of Tones
  7. Verbal Reasoning 1_Para Jumble
  8. Verbal Reasoning 2_Para completion
  9. Vocab 2_Fill in the blanks

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Who should Take this Course:
Students attempting the CAT, XAT and other aptitude tests for MBA entrance.