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22nd August 2014, 04:03 PM
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Tips to Crack CAT Exam

I want to give Common Admission Test .Can you please suggests some tips to crack Common Admission Test ?
#2
22nd August 2014, 04:21 PM
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Re: Tips to Crack CAT Exam

Here I am providing few tips to crack Common Admission Test which you are looking for .
Always try to solve calculations mentally.

Before three months of CAT, Daily solve one set of question paper.

Daily two hours required to study newspapers and Editorials.
(English)

If you are doing your Graduation than start preparing from the
second year of graduation.

If you have completed Graduation and ready to give the CAT in next
coming November, Prepare ar least 10-14 hours daily and seriously.

Make one decision strictly. And only try for the right decision or don’t answer in case of ambiguity.

Minimum 10 hrs study required before the 6 months of CAT exams.

Minimum 10,000 Vocabulary required to prepare.

Read at least two magazines, one novel each week.

Read whatever you want. But try to read on different subjects articles.

See any type of graph in any where you find, try to interpret that as
fast as possible you can.

Try for all the shortcuts of mathematics. Calculations must be strong.

Try to make logical sense everywhere.

CAT Entrance Exam Syllabus:
CAT Maths/Quant Ability: Number systems, geometry, trogonometry, probability, permutation combination, algebra, mensuration, time and work, averages, percentages, profit and loss, quadratic and linear equations, etc.

CAT English/Verbal Ability: Reading comprehension, verbal reasoning,
syllogisms, analogies, antonyms and synonyms, fill in the blanks, sentence correction, idioms, etc.

CAT Data Interpretation: Interpretation and analysis of data based on text, tables, graphs (line, area), charts (column, bar, pie), venn diagram, etc.

CAT Logical Reasoning: Clocks, calendars, binary logic, seating arrangement, blood relations, logical sequence, assumption, premise, conclusion, linear and matrix arrangement, etc.

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