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Most Important MBA Entrance Exams of 2017-2018 for Top MBA Colleges CAT IIM MAT MBA 

Most Important MBA Entrance Exams of 2017-2018 for Top MBA Colleges

Common Admission Test (CAT) is the first thing that comes to our mind when we think of MBA entrance exams. Most B-Schools in India accept CAT scores for admission. XAT, MAT and CMAT are next on the list. Then comes SNAP, NMAT, GMAT and so on. Overall, most candidates end up taking about two to three exams in an academic season. CAT-XAT-CMAT rules the roost among all, because the best colleges of the country such as IIMs, MDI, FMS, IMT, XLRI, SP Jain accept these scores. 20 MBA entrance examinations…

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CAT 2017: Answer Key, Solution, Analysis and Cutoff of CAT Exam CAT IIM MBA 

CAT 2017: Answer Key, Solution, Analysis and Cutoff of CAT Exam

CAT 2017 Comprehensive Analysis Overall paper pattern similar to CAT 2016. Verbal similar to last year with 28 – 30+ a good attempt. Quant similar-to last year, marginally easier with 27 as good attempt. DI-LR more difficult in comparison to last year with 12+ good attempt. CAT-2017 First Slot Analysis IIT Lucknow conducted the first session of CAT 2017 online exam today in various centres across the country. The CAT 2017 slot 2 is going on right now. CAT is a digital or Computer Based Test (CBT) being held for the admission to…

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11 useful Tips for CAT exam day ! CAT 

11 useful Tips for CAT exam day !

Being relaxed but at the same time smart and focused can help you to be at your best during those minutes of the exam. There are quite a lot of things to take care of in your final countdown to CAT. We have collected the best tips for CAT exam day and here’s what we have. 1. Take proper sleep on the night before the exam– This will help you to stay relaxed so that you don’t keep yawning inside the examination hall and rather maintain optimum focus on the…

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50 Key Topics and Formulas for CAT Preprations CAT Courses 

50 Key Topics and Formulas for CAT Preprations

Competitive exams in India for MBA courses like CAT test a candidates skill on Quantitative Aptitude. The questions in the Quantitative Aptitude section are from various topics like Number Systems, Profit, Loss and Discount, LCM and HCF, Time and Work, Averages, Logarithm, Surds and Indices, Probability, Set Theory & Function, Trigonometry, Permutation & Combination, Co-ordinate Geometry, Mensuration, etc. Thus, it becomes important that candidates are well versed with the basic formulas required for solving questions with higher accuracy and in the least time. Here is a list of important formulae that candidates need to master to crack the Common…

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9 Most Important Last Week Strategies and Tips for CAT Exam CAT MBA 

9 Most Important Last Week Strategies and Tips for CAT Exam

Every year, lakhs of MBA aspirants appear for the test and this year 200,000+ candidates have applied for the same. Just a few days away from the test and amidst the last moment panic, we present this article listing the last minute tips to best utilize this week and to gear up for taming CAT. These tips will help the candidates to prepare a strategy for attempting the test. It is important to have a strategy and plan set in advance as it will help in tackling the test in most effective manner, thereby scoring…

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6 Tips: Last 2 Week Strategies for CAT Exam CAT IIM MBA 

6 Tips: Last 2 Week Strategies for CAT Exam

Last 2 Week left, it is time to shift gears of your preparation for CAT Exam. Now that there are hardly 2 weeks left, it can be assumed that your basic preparation is over by now and the focus has to be shifted to revision, practice and deciding the test day strategy. 1. Take Mock Tests  Taking regular mock tests should be your thumb rule now. Take mock tests at least thrice or twice in a week along with adequate analysis. Taking mock tests will help you analyze your current preparation level. Make…

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CAT 2017: IIM Lucknow Released the Mock Test CAT IIM MBA 

CAT 2017: IIM Lucknow Released the Mock Test

Common Admission Test, CAT 2017 is scheduled for November 26, 2017. The convener of the examination, IIM Lucknow has released CAT 2017 Mock Test. Candidates who have applied for CAT 2017 can check the mock test available now on iimcat.ac.in. Basic instructions and links to the official CAT 2017 Mock Test is provided below. Candidates are advised to appear for the CAT 2017 mock test released by IIM Lucknow on the official website. Experts believe that the official mock tests are a brilliant source of assessing the paper pattern and…

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9 Important Strategies of CAT Exam for Last 30 Days CAT IIM MBA 

9 Important Strategies of CAT Exam for Last 30 Days

With barely a month to go, fear, stress and anxiety would normally flood you. But this is the stage which separates the men from the boys. Given the intensity of competition and the constant setbacks in the mocks, sometimes you may also ponder whether to continue preparing for CAT or just leave it to the gods to somehow favour you on the D-day. But even the gods only help those who help themselves, quitting should not be an option right now. Rather you should try to step up to the…

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CAT Exam: Scoring 99+ Percentile in last 60 Days CAT IIM 

CAT Exam: Scoring 99+ Percentile in last 60 Days

A score of 99 percentile in CAT is a pretty ambitious aim in itself. Adding to that the time constraint of 60 days and you’ve set the bar really high. Although difficult, it is definitely an achievable goal. But before I tell you how to accomplish this, pause whatever it is that you are doing and give yourself a big high five. You are one confident and courageous person!! Since you have set yourself for such a challenging task, I am assuming that you are comfortable with maths and english,…

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8 Important Tips to Improve Reading Comprehension (RC) CAT GMAT IIM MBA Verbal Ability 

8 Important Tips to Improve Reading Comprehension (RC)

Reading comprehension is the understanding of what a particular text means and the ideas the author is attempting to convey, both textual and sub-textual. In order to read any text, your brain must process not only the literal words of the piece, but also their relationship with one another, the context behind the words, how subtle language and vocabulary usage can impact emotion and meaning behind the text, and how the text comes together as a larger, coherent whole. For instance, let’s look at the first line from Jane Austen’s novel, Pride and Prejudice: “It is…

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