## Set theory questions for CAT: MBA Preparation

Set theory questions is one of the interesting topics CAT aspirants enjoy solving them. However, lack of conceptual knowledge in this topic might lead to confusion. Before attempting any question from this topic one must be clear with all Set theory laws and Venn diagrams. Set complement, intersection, Union and universal set questions are of prime importance. SET THEORY QUESTIONS Question 1) Set Fn gives all factors of n. Set Mn gives all multiples of n less than 1000. Which of the following statements is/are true? a. F108 ∩ F84 = F12 b. M12 ∪ M18 =…

## Important Syllogism Questions for CAT Preparation

Syllogism Questions Today I am going to share a systematic method to solve Syllogism questions. Syllogism is an important topic for CAT as well as other competitive exams. There are approximately 3-4 questions based on syllogism, mainly from verbal ability and logical reasoning sections of CAT. Solving and scoring in Syllogism questions is an easy task if we know the basics of syllogism. So, the question arises, WHAT is a syllogism? Syllogism is a Greek synonym of the word conclusion or inference. It is an instance of a form of reasoning,…

CAT question and answers In this section we will learn about important CAT question and answers are mostly asked in cat exams. These CAT question and answers are important for all the CAT aspirants preparing for the exam. Syllabus and topics for CAT exam are as followed:- Quantitative Aptitude HCF AND LCM 6 different sweet varieties of count 32, 216, 136, 88, 184, 120 were ordered for a particular occasion. They need to be packed in such a way that each box has the same variety of sweet and the number…

## Quantitative Aptitude Formulas – CAT 2018

Key To The Most Important Quantitative Aptitude Formulas Quantitative Aptitude is a full mathematical based section. The problem in this section under CAT is to memorize all the formulas. Many a times, student lack in this section even after 100% preparation, it is because each time when they solve any question they have formulas in front of their eyes. Once a topic finishes and other starts, focus goes to that particular topic and forgets the previous one. This article will act as a key to the most important Quantitative Aptitude…

## MIXTURE AND ALLIGATION FORMULA

MIXTURE AND ALLIGATION FORMULA What is a Mixture?   A mixture contains two or more ingredients of certain of certain quantity mixed together to get the desired quantity. This quantity is expressed as ratios or percentage. Mixture is when two varieties of rice are mixed to form a new variety of rice. What is an Alligation?    Two ingredients A and B of price x and y respectively are mixed and the price of the resultant mixture is M (mean price), the ratio (R) in which ingredients are mixed is called, the rule of the alligation…

## Profit and Loss Questions for CAT

IMPORTANT PROFIT AND LOSS QUESTIONS: Profit and Loss is a very familiar concept as it relates to our daily life. Any sale or purchase we make in our life includes profit and loss in some or the other way. Also, it is one of the very important topic in CAT exam under Percentage Topic in Quantitative section. One can easily crack such questions with some conceptual clarity.  Here, are some of the profit and loss questions you must go through: Some Important Profit and Loss Questions covering different Concepts: Question…

## Importance of XAT Mock Test

During the MBA preparation most of the aspirants think only about CAT. But there are other entrance exams as well where you should also keep your focus. Xavier Aptitude Test is one of them. XAT is used for the admission in XLRI- Xavier School of Management. XLRI is considered as the best B-school in the country for MBA in Human Resources and if you wish to sure your admission in this college, then you must prepare for XAT mock test very effectively. Importance of XAT Mock Test As you know,…

## Simple and Compound Interest: CAT Preparation

Simple and Compound Interest in daily life : Simple and Compound Interest is a very challenging topic but we somehow use it in our daily life. If you have a savings account with a bank and deposit some money, the bank will pay you extra money for saving with them. Similarly, if you need to borrow money from a bank the bank will expect you to pay back more than you borrowed from them in the first place! How much extra depends on the interest rate set by the bank. Banks make…