Tips to crack CAT in 3 months 2020

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CAT is considered as a compulsory entrance examination for an admission into

  1. Any top-notch management institutions

  2. Premier business schools in the country.

  • The CAT exam will be conducted in two terms on a particular day across various centres across the nation.

  • Tips help you prepare for CAT are as follows:

Tips help you prepare for CAT in a systematic

Tips Help You Prepare for CAT in a Systematic

Tips help you prepare for CAT in a systematic

1. Create a weekly schedule:

Candidates are advised to prepare and follow

  1. Theory

  2. Mocks

  3. Analysis

  4. Revision every week

  • Evaluate each week and plan consequently next week.

  • Candidates should study a few hours daily rather than have a 10 to15 hour difficult once a week.

2. Strengthen concepts:

  • CAT emphases on concept understanding and application, than just formulae. Good concept building can be done by working around good study material

  • Make a list of formulae and concepts and add notes.

  • Master solving a question in the most predictable way.

3. Review mocks:

  • In terms of speed and accuracy when every mock, analyze it at a

    1. Sectional

    2. Topic

    3. Chapter

    4. Question-type

    5. Level to identify strengths and weaknesses

  • Revision schedule accordingly.

  • Match your solutions to the official solution and find areas of weakness.

4. Clear exam strategy:

  • It is a fact that CAT tests your

    1. Understanding

    2. Accuracy,

    3. Not speed

  • It has sectional cut-offs and negative marks per questions.

  • Selecting right question is more important than answering all questions.

  • Be perfect at each section.

  • Practice solving questions of each section in an hour to fulfill with the one-hour sectional time limit.

  • Practice 12 to 15 mocks in an exam setting to get the best potential practice.

  • For the first 4 to 5 mocks, one can experimentation with try strategy

5. Do not compare:

  • Do not compare with others.

  • Everyone has different strengths and weaknesses.

  • Your original percentiles and scores may be low but with systematic analysis and correction improvements can be worked.

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