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CAT 2018- DO’S and DON’TS for Preparation Admission CAT MBA Tips 

CAT 2018- DO’S and DON’TS for Preparation

Here are some Do’s and Don’ts that you must follow for your CAT preparation           DO’S Follow four R’s: Read: Every CAT aspirant must be knowing the importance of reading as reading not only improves or helps in the Verbal section but it helps in overall development because reading improves the speed of reading the text which eventually helps increases the efficiency in hand. Record: After doing one concept it is preferable to record all the important formulas or highlights so that when you do that particular…

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GMAT Exam Structure, Pattern and Guideline Admission CAT GMAT MBA Structure 

GMAT Exam Structure, Pattern and Guideline

GMAT Structure and Guideline GMAT is a simplified test which means it tests the academic potential, and not the knowledge of specific subjects. The GMAT structure includes 4 sections i.e., Analytical Writing, Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal Reasoning and Integrated Reasoning. THE GMAT STRUCTURE CONSISTS OF 4 SECTIONS: All these sections are time based and includes some fixed no. of questions. Analytical Writing Assessment (30 minutes) Quantitative Aptitude (75 minutes) Verbal Reasoning (75 minutes) Integrated Reasoning (30 minutes) Candidates have a total of three and a half hours to complete these four sections. The total score…

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Basic Linear Equation concepts for CAT CAT Concepts Uncategorized 

Basic Linear Equation concepts for CAT

Linear Equation Concept to Crack Cat 2018 Linear Equation is one of the basic and fundamental topic in Quantitative section for cracking CAT. This is the most easiest of all and you can get full score in these questions in one attempt. The only way to do this is to practice and go through the concept and tricks shared below: Linear Equation Concept: An equation whose solution is a straight line. In a linear equation, the variables are raised to the first power there are no variables in denominators, no…

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Importance of Solving Mock Tests in Cracking CAT Exam CAT IIM XAT 

Importance of Solving Mock Tests in Cracking CAT Exam

The CAT Test Series has a very important role in ensuring good percentile in CAT Exam. Along with the test series, if a candidate is provided with quality analysis, solution and mentorship from experts then, through dedication and hard-work, the candidate can get 98+ percentile in CAT. In Eckovation’s Test series program, you are going to get all of these things. CAT Exam: Game of Speed and Accuracy Not all are aware that CAT Exam is more about speed and accuracy and less about difficulty of questions. Because of this lack of information, sometimes students tend…

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How to prepare for CAT 2018 in less than 6 months? CAT Courses IIM MBA Practice Paper XAT 

How to prepare for CAT 2018 in less than 6 months?

The date for CAT 2018 has been released (25thNovember) which leaves exactly 6 months for the D-day. There is no better time to start your test preparation than now. Here is a comprehensive guide on how you should prepare for CAT in less than 6 months The very first step is to divide the three sections and put emphasis on each one according to your comfortability with the section Part 1: Logical Reasoning + Data Interpretation Instead of putting raw data to solve a problem, be sure to organise the data…

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CAT Exam: Quant Tips and Tricks by CAT Topper CAT Concepts 

CAT Exam: Quant Tips and Tricks by CAT Topper

This is a special notes for all CAT and MBA aspirants.. by IIM Topper. QUANT THEORY 1) nPr = n!/(n-r)! 2) nPn = n! 3) nCr = n!/(n-r)!r! 4) nCn = 1 5) nP0 = 1 6) nC0 = 1 7) AP An = a + (n-1)d Sn = n/2[2a + (n-1)d] 8) GP An = ar(n-1) Sn = a(rn – 1 )/ (r-1) S∞ = a/(1-r) 9) 1 mile = 1760 yards 10) 1 yard = 3 feet 11) 1 mile2 = 640 acres 12) I gallon = 4 quarts 13) 1 quart = 2 pints 14) 1 pint = 2 cups 15) 1 cup = 8 ounces 16) 1 pound = 16 ounces 17) 1 ounce = 16 drams…

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Meet the Topper of CAT 2017, Chhavi Gupta CAT IIM 

Meet the Topper of CAT 2017, Chhavi Gupta

Chhavi Gupta is one of the two female CAT 2017 toppers who secured 100 percentile score. An alumnus of IIT Delhi’s five year dual B. Tech and M. Tech degree in Biotechnology, she is currently working at Opera Solutions as a Business Analyst. CAT 2017 Topper: Ms. Chhavi Gupta  Talk to Chhavi Gupta on Eckovation App You can also join from direct link: Click Here 5 Important Program for CAT 2018   Enrollment in 6 CAT Programs of Eckovation has started: 1. LR & DI Course Material and Test Series – Click Here…

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CAT 2018: Important Dates, Schedule, Pattern, Syllabus and Preparation Strategy CAT MBA 

CAT 2018: Important Dates, Schedule, Pattern, Syllabus and Preparation Strategy

IIM Calcutta and IIM Kozhikode are the biggest contenders to convene CAT 2018, although any of the other top four IIMs can be assigned this responsibility. During the last  5 years, only these two IIMs have not convened the Common Admission Test (CAT). Both these IIMs are known for their  different approach to conduct the exam and may change the exam pattern and difficult level, if they convene CAT 2018.   Institute Involved in CAT 2018 Common Admission Test (CAT) 2018 is the computer based and is the largest MBA…

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MOST IMPORTANT MBA Entrance Exam for Top MBA Colleges CAT MBA XAT 

MOST IMPORTANT MBA Entrance Exam 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 THAT…

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25 Most Important Personal Interview (PI) Questions Answers For IIM & CAT Exam CAT GMAT IIM MBA 

25 Most Important Personal Interview (PI) Questions Answers For IIM & CAT Exam

Heart racing, palms sweating, stomach sinking … You know the feeling—the nerves that take over right before walking into an interview. Believe it or not, everyone experiences those feelings at one point or another, even those really, really confident-looking people! Even if you can’t get rid of it completely, you can reduce the amount of stress you feel by preparing for an interview before it happens. Knowing in advance what the interviewer might ask can give you time to come up with the best possible answers, which should keep your nerves from…

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